3 Bedroom Detached House for sale in Back Edge Lane, Edge, Stroud
An individual detached house with ample scope set within large private 3/4 acre mature gardens with a double garage, ample parking and a breath-taking views towards the popular village of Painswick.
- Detached House
- Stunning Views
- Large, Mature Garden
- Two Garages
- Off Road Parking
- Three Double Bedrooms
DESCRIPTION Chartwell is an individually designed and built detached house, built in 1959 and set within a large 3/4 acre garden and occupies an elevated position with stunning views over the Painswick Valley. Approached over a private circular driveway, the property boasts 'Location, Location, Location' status and now requires some modernisation yet offers ample scope for enlargement and extensions.
The accommodation extends to around 1475 sq.ft and primarily includes two reception rooms and a kitchen/breakfast room on the ground floor. The living room has an open fire and enjoys an outlook over the garden whilst the separate dining room has a corner fireplace. The kitchen/breakfast room has a boot room off with access to the integral garage, WC, pantry, utility and garden room enjoying a picturesque view to Painswick. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms and a family bathroom.
Chartwell is set away from the lane opening to a large, circle parking area at the front providing plenty of parking for numerous vehicles. In addition, there are two garages with electricity. The large gardens extend to around 3/4 acre and wrap around the rear and side of the house with mature hedging and are laid predominately to lawn with well-established flower beds and patio terrace. Within the garden, there is an detached summerhouse and a pond.
SITUATION The property is located in the pretty, small village of Edge just over a mile away from the village of Painswick. Edge hosts a village hall and green, which are used for various functions including the annual Edge village fete, as well as a parish church and the popular Edgemoor Inn.
Nearby Painswick is known as 'Queen of the Cotswolds' and is a very attractive large village, situated in the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and surrounded by particularly unspoilt countryside. The 15th Century Church, with its famous surrounding clipped yew trees, dominates this settlement with its ancient streets of stone cottages and houses. The village has a good range of shops, pubs and a hotel with more comprehensive shopping, commercial and recreational amenities in nearby Cheltenham, Cirencester and Stroud. An excellent choice of private schools in the area include Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Beaudesert Park, and Wycliffe College. There is also a wide choice of excellent primary, grammar and secondary schools. Fast trains from Stroud reach London Paddington in as little as an hour and thirty five minutes and the M5 is about five miles to the east of Stroud giving good access to the West Country and Midlands whilst the A417 is readily accessible linking the M4 & M5. Ample local sporting opportunities including a number of golf courses and National Hunt racing at Cheltenham and excellent walks in the surrounding countryside including The Cotswold Way.
SERVICES We understand the property is freehold with mains drainage, electric and water.