Theescombe, Amberley

£295,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Situated in the most desirable location of Amberley and commanding spectacular valley views stands this good size two bedroom apartment which benefits from its own garden.

The property itself is an impressive Costwold Stone merchant's house benefiting from many original features, which has more recently been divided into four apartments. On entering there is a hallway which leads into a lovely dual aspect sitting room with feature mullion windows from which to take in the fabulous far reaching views. The light and spacious kitchen benefits from plenty of built in units and again enjoys views looking out. Along with plenty of space for a breakfast table there is also a good size pantry which could be incorporated into the kitchen if desired..

Following on there is a family bathroom with bath and shower over. There are two bedrooms with the master bedroom boasting plenty of built in storage and once again enjoys spectacular views looking out. Leading off the master bedroom there is a useful study area that could also be utilised as a dressing room.

To the outside the apartment benefits from its own private garden as well as access to the communal orchard area.

AMENITIES The village of Amberley is a most sought-after area with a highly regarded primary school and 600 acres surrounding of National Trust common land. There is also a Hotel and The Black Horse public house, renowned for its stunning views across and down the valleys. The surrounding villages also offer some well regarded private and public-sector schools including a Steiner school. Across the Common is the favoured Minchinhampton Golf Club course, interspersed with several gastro pubs and of course Winstones Ice Cream factory.

The nearest town of Nailsworth is approximately 1 mile away, where you will find a small supermarket, delicatessens including the acclaimed Williams Kitchen fish market & food hall, the famous Hobbs House Bakery plus a wonderfully diverse selection of fashionable boutiques and shops.

Approximately 3 miles away is the historic town of Stroud, the meeting point of five valleys, and a well-known centre for arts and crafts as well as its weekly Farmers Market - recently voted the best in the country. Stroud Town offers excellent secondary schools boasting a girls and a boys grammar school, further food, grocery & clothes shopping including a Waitrose, plus lots of daytime & evening leisure activities.

Stroud has a mainline train station running a direct service to London Paddington and Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham and Swindon are all very commutable.

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