Price £450,000 - Available

  • Beautifully presented, three bedroom stone cottage, located within a desirable village location
  • Full of character features and period charm
  • Fitted kitchen/breakfast room with space for free standing appliances
  • Property completed by the modern, three piece family bathroom
  • Driveway parking for one vehicle also located to the rear of the property
  • Offering a superb, open view to the front elevation across open Gloucestershire countryside
  • Two large principle reception rooms to the ground floor, both with log burning stoves
  • Two double bedrooms to the first floor, one further single bedroom
  • Cottage style gardens to both the front and rear of the property
  • A property that must be viewed to be fully appreciated

Welcome to Paradise Cottage, a wonderful stone cottage located within a highly desirable village that is full of character and charm which enjoys an uninterrupted open view across Gloucestershire countryside to the front elevation.

The village of Harescombe sits next to the village of Haresfield, which enjoys a public house and restaurant, a primary school and countryside walks. The larger towns of Stroud and Stonehouse are within a couple of miles and both benefit from supermarkets, national and independent shops plus further schooling, both primary and secondary to include Wycliffe, which is a thriving independent day and boarding school for boys and girls aged two to eighteen. The village is also conveniently located for the A38 and Junction 12 of the M5.

Returning to the property, the home is very much a tardis and is much bigger than it would appear from the outside. Stepping into the home brings you into the first reception room; the living room, having a wonderful feel the room is further enhanced by a log burning stove which is inset to the exposed stone chimney breast.

The next room is the dining room, which also has a log burning stove, exposed stone, a beamed ceiling and a terracotta, quarry tiled floor. A door leads to the final room on the ground floor, which is the kitchen/breakfast room. The kitchen enjoys a range of stripped, wood units, a block wood worksurface and space for appliances. The room is also very light due to the double aspect windows, one of which overlooks the cottage garden that the home enjoys.

Moving upstairs, there are three bedrooms in total, two of which are double bedrooms and the remaining room a single bedroom. The main bedroom, which is found to the front of the house, enjoys double aspect windows and from these has the most wonderful outlook across the neighbouring countryside.

The bathroom completes the properties accommodation and is a modern, white three-piece suite.

Stepping outside, there is a paved terrace to the front of the property, where there is enough space for a table and chairs for one to sit at and enjoy a morning coffee whilst listening to the chimes of the church bells. To the rear is a larger garden, which is paved in the main, yet benefits from intricate borders, full of plants and shrubs and so brings a multitude of colour to the garden.

At the rear of the property, there is also a driveway where parking for one car is available although there is plenty of parking to the front of the home on the lane

In summary, Paradise Cottage is a super, period, stone cottage and comes with a high recommendation to view and we look forward to showing you around the home.

Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL4 0XD. Upon entering the village, turn left, signposted towards the church. The property can be found towards the head of the road on the left hand side

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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