The Knoll, Randwick, Stroud

3 Bed Cottage - Detached 

A truly fantastic detached cottage in the highly sought after location. Driveway with parking for three cars on approach. Comprising : Three double bedrooms, sitting room, fitted kitchen with dining area, utility/boot room and modern downstairs bathroom. Outside, there are stunning panoramic views across the valley and as far as the Severn. A wonderful tiered garden with terraces, lawned area and wealth of fruit bearing trees. A workshop and garden store. OFFERED TO THE MARKET WITH NO ONWARD CHAN

Guide price £545,000
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Property Features

Location:
The Knoll, Randwick, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 6JA
Reception Rooms:1
Bedrooms:3
Bathrooms:1

Contact Agent

A2
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Gloucester
Gloucestershire
GL2 8LW
Tel: 07904 884344
homes@ajeaglos.co.uk

Property Details

A charming detached cottage set in the heart of Randwick which has been loved and enjoyed by four generations of this family. Approached from the driveway that provides parking for three cars. Steps lead to the front terrace where you can enjoy panoramic views across Stroud Valleys and towards to Severn.

Internally the cottage provides a wealth of period features to include exposed beams, stonework, parquet flooring with incredible views.
Access from a small lobby that leads into a fitted kitchen with dining area offering a range of units with built in cooker and hob. Exposed stonework, parquet flooring and space for a dining table and chairs. Utility/boot room housing the boiler and space for appliances. Door leading into a modern family bathroom. From the kitchen into a very pretty sitting room where you can sit and just admire the view. Exposed stonework with log burner inset perfect for those winter nights. Stairs lead to the first floor to three very good sized bedrooms light and airy taking full advantage of the surroundings.

Outside
This garden is incredible and offers a number of terraces to sit and relax. Perfect for family gatherings and for children to play hide and seek. Lawned areas on tiered levels with a wealth of planting. Walk through an archway to a small orchard with a wealth of fruit bearing trees. Further benefiting from two incredible spaces, one workshop and garden store room situated underneath the cottage which could be easily converted into home office/studio.
In summary this cottages offers character, village life and views that are so special to wake up to.

Owners comments:
Purchased by the owners grandmother in the 1920's. Four generations of this family have lived and loved the everchanging panoramic views. Over the years we have had many glorious memories from birthday parties, to making costumes for the village Wap Fair, walks to school and running through the bluebell woods. It is time for a next family to make new memories.

Randwick, now a traditional Cotswold village from once several small hamlets and shelters beneath the western crest of a Cotswold Escarpment NW of Stroud. The village is a pleasing jumble of cottages, many traditional stone, (called laggers by the locals) remnants of its Weaving past. These line a maze of winding lanes adjoining parishes of Stonehouse and Standish.

Walks to the top of the ridge are rewarded with panoramic views of nearby Randwick Woods adjoining Standish woods with Wales in the distance and The Malverns northward.
Randwick C of E Primary School small and highly regarded for its Christian values and achievements. A village hall, centre for annual Randwick Wap and other social activities.

In the heart of the village The Vine Tree Inn offers a warm welcome and appreciation of village life. On a typical evening you will find the pub with a wide variety of customers from local organisations having a meeting, the pub darts team in mid game to a lone dog walker enjoying a sneaky pint (dog in tow). The restaurant is very well regarded where you can sample the fine foods on offer, all home cooked.

The Wap, locally renowned and highlight of village life, originally dates back to at least middle ages. An old custom abolished in 1892 and reintroduced 1972 incorporating early Pagan elements and takes place each May.

A short drive to Cashes Green, Cainscross, and Ebley offer a range of small shops: small supermarket, pharmacy, hair salon, fish & chip shop, cafes, several pubs, gymnasium, children's play centre, schools, rugby club and garages. Within easy access is the whole spectrum of educational opportunities, alternative primary schools. Senior schools include Boys Grammar, Girls High and Archway Comprehensive, Wycliffe private schools and Stroud and South Gloucestershire College campus. Major bus and rail links are in Stroud only 1.5 miles and M5 J13 only 4 miles

  • Stunning views from this detached cottage
  • Set in the well regarded village of Randwick
  • Driveway with parking for three cars
  • Sitting room with log burner and amazing views
  • Fitted kitchen with dining area
  • Utility/Boot room and modern downstairs bathroom
  • Three double bedrooms all with wealth of light and views
  • Wealth of exposed beams, stonework and parquet flooring
  • Beautiful tiered gardens with terraces and wealth of fruit trees
  • Garden workshop ideal studio/home office with modernisation required

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16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Gloucester
Gloucestershire
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