No bars, no signal predictedOne bar, reliable signal unlikelyTwo bars, may experience problems with connectivityThree bars, likely to have good coverage and receive a data rate to support basic web servicesFull bars, likely to have good coverage indoors and to receive an enhanced data rate to support multimedia services
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2 bedroom cottage

2 bed
1 bath
EPC rating: D*
732 sq ft / 68 sq m

Key information

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Broadband: Ultra-fast 940Mbps *
Mobile signal: 
EE O2 Three Vodafone
Water: Ask agent
Heating: Ask agent
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Sewerage: Ask agent
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Property description & features

  • 2 /3 BEDROOMS

Kitchen/Dining Room, Sitting Room, Downstairs Cloakroom, 2 first floor Bedrooms and Shower Room, Attic Room, Patio, separate Enclosed Garden, Parking for one car.

Description - This attractive, detached, Cotswold cottage has been greatly improved over the last couple of years to create a wonderfully bright and cosy home with flexible space located over three floors. The double aspect kitchen is fitted with a range of units including a butler style sink, dishwasher and electric hob/oven. The charming sitting room houses a lovely fireplace with wood burning stove. There is also a ground floor cloakroom. Two bedrooms and a modern shower room are located on the first floor with the master giving access to a decked seating area. A lovely beamed attic room (currently utilised as a bedroom) is located at the top of the cottage, together with spacious loft storage. Externally a sociable seating area is located to the front of the cottage with a separate enclosed garden accessed via a footpath sitting above and to the rear. There is parking for one car to the side of the property. The location allows for Cowcombe View to be a fabulous holiday home with a great community feel.

Directions - The property can easily be located by leaving our Stroud office in the direction of Cirencester on the A419. Travel through Brimscombe continuing to Chalford, turning left into the High Street opposite Victoria Works. Continue along the High Street past the New Red Lion public house where the property can be found after a short distance on the left hand side facing the High Street.

Location - The pretty village of Chalford nestles in The Golden Valley, once famous for its cloth industry and has a delightful mixture of cottages and stone houses of varying age. Now a bustling community, the area offers a range of facilities including a village hall and a Sports and Social Club (in Chalford Hill) and a community-run shop providing fresh local produce and services. The award-winning Lavender Bakehouse is situated just at the end of the high street serving breakfast, lunches and afternoon teas. The centres of Stroud and Cirencester are within easy reach where more extensive shopping and recreational facilities are available. Regular bus services run from the village and mainline railway stations are available in either Stroud or Kemble bringing London within 90 minutes travelling time. Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol and Swindon are all easily accessible, as are the M4 and M5 motorways.

Motorway M5 J13 Stroud - 9 miles, M4 J15 Swindon - 27 miles, Motorway M4 J18 Old Sodbury (Bath/Bristol) - 24 miles, Stroud Railway Station - 4.5 miles, Cirencester (central) - 8.5 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 18.5 miles, Bristol Temple Meads - 36.5 miles, Bristol Airport - approx. 40 miles.

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Places of interest

    Stroud is the regional and administrative centre for the south-west of the Cotswolds and the Severn Vale with excellent road and rail links to the rest of the country. Surrounded by exceptionally varied countryside, Stroud lies at the confluence of five valleys, each with its own distinct character. The town owed its prosperity to the wool trade initially (including supplying cloth for uniforms to both sides in the Napoleonic Wars), more recently it has developed a reputation as a popular centre for the arts and local culture within the Cotswolds. The town has a mainline railway station with ample parking in the vicinity (London Paddington from 95 minutes) and connections to Swindon, Cheltenham and Gloucester. Junction 13 of the M5 motorway for accessing Bristol, the south-west or the Midlands is only miles to the east and there are three international airports little over an hour's drive away (Bristol, Birmingham or Cardiff). Stroud is particularly fortunate in having quite excellent schools for all ages within its vicinity, including Stroud High and Marling in the state sector and Beaudesert Park and Wycliffe College amongst others. It is also a major centre for employment and has a modern college. Murrays Stroud Office serves the town, adjacent villages and down onto the Severn Vale to the west. It works closely with its sister offices at Painswick and at Minchinhampton and The Mayfair Office in central London.

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    Broadband availability and predicted speed: obtained from Ofcom on December 17, 2021

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