Stunning views across Stinchcombe Hill Golf Course.
In all Approx. 3,503 SqFt
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Pilgrims Lodge is a 1920’s Arts & Crafts family house with well laid out accommodation to suit modern day living with large, light rooms. On the ground floor is a sitting room with original wood floors and an open fireplace with plenty of natural light due to its triple aspect. The dining room is also a good size and perfect for formal or family occasions, while the kitchen/breakfast room is an impressive open-plan space. The kitchen has a range of hand built solid oak units, granite worktops, a Belfast sink and a range cooker. At one end there is an original dresser beautifully restored. There is also a walk-in pantry. The breakfast area has French doors opening onto a large raised terrace. There is a useful utility room with oak units and granite worktops with a walk in boot room and beyond, a beautifully presented snug/study with fitted bookshelves and French doors opening into the garden.
On the first floor are five generously proportioned double bedrooms, one of which has an en suite shower room, with a further bedroom having its own cloakroom. There is also a family bathroom.
The property is located on the southern edge of the Cotswold escarpment surrounded by ancient beech woodland with stunning views over Stinchcombe Hill Golf Course. The market towns of Dursley, Wotton-Under-Edge and Tetbury offer a variety of everyday amenities including shops, farm shops, supermarkets, cafés and restaurants. There are a good range of schools in the area, Rednock in Dursley being a specialist science College or there is Beaudesert Park, Wycliffe College and Westonbirt all of which are in easy reach. The major centres of Bristol and Bath, Cheltenham and Gloucester are all within daily commuting distance as well as the M5 motorway being readily accessible. There are train services from Cam near Dursley which provide links to Bristol Parkway, Gloucester, Cheltenham and London Paddington or alternatively Kemble and Stroud stations also provide direct links to London Paddington. The surrounding countryside being so close to the Cotswold Way provides excellent walking, cycling and riding routes with magnificent views across the River Severn and Berkeley Vale to the Forest of Dean and the Black Mountains.
Accessed via double wooden gates, the property is approached via a gravel driveway, which provides plenty of outside parking space, while the double garage provides covered parking. Above the garage there is further useful accommodation, which is currently used as a home gymnasium however could equally be used as office or ancillary accommodation. This space has its own entrance accessed to the side of the garage where there is a lobby with cabinets, inset sink, separate cloakroom and stairs leading to the upper floor (currently used as a gym).There is a well-kept lawn to the front garden, while to the rear there is a raised terrace which is suitable for outside dining and entertaining. Beyond, is a landscaped garden, which is mostly laid to lawn, bordered by flowerbeds and sheltered by mature trees on all sides.
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