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5 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Nether Lypiatt, Stroud

5 Bedroom Detached House - £2,250,000

Nether Lypiatt, Stroud

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First listed on: 26th January 2018

Nearest stations: Stroud (Gloucestershire) (1.9 mi)Stonehouse (4.3 mi)Cam and Dursley (7.5 mi)Kemble (7.8 mi)Gloucester (9.7 mi)

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A beautifully situated and highly impressive detached family home, built approximately fifteen years ago to an individual design and specification in a lovely Arts and Craft style, with many interesting features and details.

With attractive maturing Cotswold stone elevations, this is a fine well-built and attractively designed home, with many period-style features, but the benefit of modern and contemporary convenience.

The property has oil-fired under-floor heating throughout and attractive contemporary double glazed windows.

The house sits attractively in grounds and garden of circa two acres, the paddocks either side of the driveway are each two and three acres respectively with an additional 17 acres of agricultural land.

Approached into an impressive and welcoming reception hall with a connecting French door to the garden and a part galleried feature oak staircase, there is an adjacent inner hall, cloakroom and cloaks cupboard. The drawing room is a particularly attractive room with a large fireplace and wood burner and oak flooring, benefitting from high period style ceilings and a lovely aspect onto the private gardens, a full width formal terrace and views. The adjacent family room has equally high period style ceilings, side French doors to the garden and this room again enjoys a lovely aspect and views.

There is a library that is triple aspect and has a raised contemporary wood burner, and the very nicely fitted kitchen/breakfast room is also triple aspect, has an excellent view onto the garden, a large central island and four oven oil-fired Aga, plus a separate oven and hob, and there is also a separate utility room with larder.

An inner hall from the reception hall leads to a potential annexe for use for either teenage or dependent relative facilities, or indeed can be incorporated into the property or perhaps a work from home office or studio. This area currently provides a shower room, fitted kitchen and a large study or additional sitting room/bedroom.

At first floor level the master suite is a particularly lovely room with a feature bay window, enjoying an aspect onto the garden and far reaching views. There is a well-designed large walk-in dressing room and extensive wardrobes and a spacious en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom two/guest bedroom is dual aspect and also enjoys views, has built-in wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, all large and well-proportioned, and all being en-suite, two of which have built-in wardrobes.

Approached over a long formal gated driveway, almost centrally splitting the pair of paddocks, that in total amount to circa five acres, and this leads to a further gated driveway to the inner drive and approach to the main house both with electric gates.

There is an extensive inner drive and central landscaped turning area, considerable parking and a triple garage/barn plus the Gatehouse being a detached stone built property, matching the style of the main house, providing oak flooring, a nicely fitted kitchen, open plan gym area/sitting room with adjacent sauna and shower room together with a bedroom at first floor with a clever Velux cabrio style window.

There is an additional driveway from the main approach that leads to the yard and stabling providing two loose boxes, a tack room and store, plus a large modern agricultural barn three bay size divided into two and high access roll-over doors that in total provide circa 1200 square feet, they also have three phase electricity connection.

There is an additional area of agricultural land that amounts to approximately seventeen acres, adjacent from the approach lane, directly in front of the existing paddocks. The fields are let until May 2018 to a local farmer.  

AMENITIES Set within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this property is located between Stroud and Cirencester, looking across the Stroud and Chalford valleys. This location also puts it within easy reach of Cheltenham and Gloucester.
The nearest village is Brimscombe, which is a small countryside village built around the original shipping Port that brought wealth and riches to the area. Although the Port no longer remains, Brimscombe still holds many remnants of its heritage with converted woollen mills which all run alongside the canal which still flows through the valley, sporadically intercepted by locks. Stroud District Council is currently leading restoration of a 6.7 mile length of the Cotswold Canals between Stonehouse and Brimscombe and this is thought to bring huge benefits in terms of economic investment, heritage, leisure and conservation to the area.
Stroud is a well-known centre for arts and crafts as well as its weekly Farmers Market; recently voted the best in the country. There is a wide selection of both state and private senior schools in the locality. The area has excellent transport links, with London Paddington only 75 minutes (approx.) by train.
 
A beautifully situated and highly impressive detached family home, built approximately fifteen years ago to an individual design and specification in a lovely Arts and Craft style, with many interesting features and details.

With attractive maturing Cotswold stone elevations, this is a fine well-built and attractively designed home, with many period-style features, but the benefit of modern and contemporary convenience.

The property has oil-fired under-floor heating throughout and attractive contemporary double glazed windows.

The house sits attractively in grounds and garden of circa two acres, the paddocks either side of the driveway are each two and three acres respectively with an additional 17 acres of agricultural land.

Approached into an impressive and welcoming reception hall with a connecting French door to the garden and a part galleried feature oak staircase, there is an adjacent inner hall, cloakroom and cloaks cupboard. The drawing room is a particularly attractive room with a large fireplace and wood burner and oak flooring, benefitting from high period style ceilings and a lovely aspect onto the private gardens, a full width formal terrace and views. The adjacent family room has equally high period style ceilings, side French doors to the garden and this room again enjoys a lovely aspect and views.

There is a library that is triple aspect and has a raised contemporary wood burner, and the very nicely fitted kitchen/breakfast room is also triple aspect, has an excellent view onto the garden, a large central island and four oven oil-fired Aga, plus a separate oven and hob, and there is also a separate utility room with larder.

An inner hall from the reception hall leads to a potential annexe for use for either teenage or dependent relative facilities, or indeed can be incorporated into the property or perhaps a work from home office or studio. This area currently provides a shower room, fitted kitchen and a large study or additional sitting room/bedroom.

At first floor level the master suite is a particularly lovely room with a feature bay window, enjoying an aspect onto the garden and far reaching views. There is a well-designed large walk-in dressing room and extensive wardrobes and a spacious en-suite bathroom.

Bedroom two/guest bedroom is dual aspect and also enjoys views, has built-in wardrobes. There are three further bedrooms, all large and well-proportioned, and all being en-suite, two of which have built-in wardrobes.

Approached over a long formal gated driveway, almost centrally splitting the pair of paddocks, that in total amount to circa five acres, and this leads to a further gated driveway to the inner drive and approach to the main house both with electric gates.

There is an extensive inner drive and central landscaped turning area, considerable parking and a triple garage/barn plus the Gatehouse being a detached stone built property, matching the style of the main house, providing oak flooring, a nicely fitted kitchen, open plan gym area/sitting room with adjacent sauna and shower room together with a bedroom at first floor with a clever Velux cabrio style window.

There is an additional driveway from the main approach that leads to the yard and stabling providing two loose boxes, a tack room and store, plus a large modern agricultural barn three bay size divided into two and high access roll-over doors that in total provide circa 1200 square feet, they also have three phase electricity connection.

There is an additional area of agricultural land that amounts to approximately seventeen acres, adjacent from the approach lane, directly in front of the existing paddocks. The fields are let until May 2018 to a local farmer.  

AMENITIES Set within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty this property is located between Stroud and Cirencester, looking across the Stroud and Chalford valleys. This location also puts it within easy reach of Cheltenham and Gloucester.
The nearest village is Brimscombe, which is a small countryside village built around the original shipping Port that brought wealth and riches to the area. Although the Port no longer remains, Brimscombe still holds many remnants of its heritage with converted woollen mills which all run alongside the canal which still flows through the valley, sporadically intercepted by locks. Stroud District Council is currently leading restoration of a 6.7 mile length of the Cotswold Canals between Stonehouse and Brimscombe and this is thought to bring huge benefits in terms of economic investment, heritage, leisure and conservation to the area.
Stroud is a well-known centre for arts and crafts as well as its weekly Farmers Market; recently voted the best in the country. There is a wide selection of both state and private senior schools in the locality. The area has excellent transport links, with London Paddington only 75 minutes (approx.) by train.
 
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2 Silver Street

Cirencester

Gloucestershire

GL7 2BL

Telephone: See phone number 01285 655355

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Disclaimer Property reference 10252GL7_100300015324. Details are provided and maintained by Perry Bishop & Chambers. Nethouseprices.com makes no warranty as to the accuracy or completeness of aforementioned details.

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