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Located in the semi rural location of Stinchcombe and enjoying countryside views towards the Severn and with easy access to motorway links stands this beautifully appointed four bedroom Cotswold stone barn-style new build property built to a high specification - including underfloor heating and triple glazing - and offering plenty of parking and double oak-framed car port.
Accessed along a sweeping driveway this beautifully built property offers to the ground floor a spacious hallway benefiting from mandarin stone floor with under floor heating. Leading off there are two bedrooms and a designer shower room. Leading on there is a separate utility room. The kitchen offers shaker style units with natural oak and quartz worktops and benefits from an AEG induction hob with cooker hood, twin ovens, integrated dishwasher and an American style fridge freezer. The kitchen also benefits from bi-fold doors giving direct access out to the large garden and flagstone terrace.
Leading from the kitchen, the sitting room is spacious and enjoys a natural stone fireplace with a fully installed flue ready for a multi fuel stove (not included). There is also direct access to the rear garden and paved terrace.
Following upstairs there are a further two good size bedrooms, the master enjoys full height windows with double doors and Juliet balcony and an en-suite bathroom with a walk-in shower, heated towel rail, walnut vanity unit and under tile heating. The second bedroom also benefits from an en-suite shower room and under tile heating.
To the outside the property enjoys a large, fully enclosed rear garden overlooking farmland, plenty of parking and an oak framed double carport. The private driveways are laid to Cotswold stone.
Please note the properties comes with a 10 year Buildzone warranty.
The nearby town of Dursley offers a good range of amenities for day-to-day requirements including distinctive shops, library, banks, doctors, modern swimming pool and schools including a Senior School. There is also a selection of private senior schools in the locality including Westonbirt and Wycliffe.
The area is steeped in history with local attractions such as Owlpen Manor, Berkeley Castle, Newark Park and Woodchester Mansion all just a few miles away.
The town sits on the famous Cotswold Way Footpath, a series of walking trails that enjoy the most stunning aspects of the local countryside and offers a warren of small villages and beauty spots to explore.
Although set in a peaceful, countryside location, the property is just a short drive from the M5 and A38, meaning that Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham are all easily commutable, and trains run direct from Cam and Dursley station to Bristol and Gloucester.