Edge, Stroud


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  • Bedrooms: 4
High Mead is a detached family home set in the most glorious spot and is approached from a private driveway providing access to other properties, all having individual driveways. The driveway provides parking for a lot of vehicles with turning area and access to one single garage. Internally entrance hall, downstairs cloakroom, sitting room with open fire and views across the grounds and beyond, dining room and kitchen. Also to the rear of the garage is a utility room which completes the ground floor. To the first floor two double and two single bedrooms and a family bathroom.

The property internally is in need of modernising but lends itself to being extended subject to the necessary permissions required. It is believed to be sat in around 0.95 of an acre of formal gardens with panoramic views and the gardens are of a southerly aspect. The whole of the ground floor is Parquet flooring.

AMENITIES The property is situated within the well regarded hamlet of Edge. The hamlet itself stands on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment, commanding fine views westwards of the Severn vale and Eastwards towards Painswick. Harescombe Beacon is close by and there are a good selection of walks and some stunning views to Wales. The Edgemoor Inn, a traditional Cotswold Inn, is a few hundred yards from the property. Regional communications are within easy reach with the A46 and A417 close at hand and Junction to the M5 on 5 miles away. Trains to London are from Stroud which is just 4 miles away.

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Perry Bishop & Chambers - Stroud

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