Tel: 01453 762306
£600,000 Guide priceFor Sale
A charming conversion forming part of a small exclusive development on the edge of Painswick. It is believed that the original building dates back to the 1800's and was converted into very beautiful properties in the 1980's.
It is fair to say great care and attention has been taken to preserve the original fabric of the building and the character of the former Mill with a wealth of exposed stonework, timbers and arched windows and doors throughout.
On approach, parking for one car and an integral garage. A stunning arched door greets you upon entrance, which leads into the entrance hall with internal access to the garage.
To the ground floor, the most delightful fitted kitchen/breakfast room with views and arched doors leading out to the garden. This space offers an abundance of character features with a wealth of beams and exposed stonework, complimented by a fitted kitchen with a wealth of units and wooden worktops. The breakfast area offers great dining space and views to the garden. A walk in pantry, utility and downstairs cloakroom complete the ground floor accommodation.
To the first floor, the most incredible reception space with a delightful fireplace having log burner inset and a door leading to a raised decked terrace. The terrace offers great views of the garden and open countryside. A very good sized master bedroom with dressing area and an en-suite bathroom completes the first floor.
To the second floor, a lovely display area on approach with three fantastic double bedrooms, all offering individual charm. One bedroom has been designed to have a very rustic feel with a ranch style feature wall, lovely deep window sills and great light throughout. Completed by a family bathroom.
Outside, a fantastic low maintenance enclosed courtyard garden, perfect for Alfresco dining. The property is perfectly located with fantastic walks and views on the doorstep, benefitting from all Painswick has to offer, as a thriving community. Further benefitting from being in close proximity to Stroud and Cheltenham.
Set on a hill in the Stroud District this picturesque village overlooks the Stroud valleys. Painswick has an interesting history with origins as far back as the Iron Age where the village grew from the wool trade. To this day the village still echoes its history with a local blacksmith and stonemason. Now known for its parish Church yew trees, Rococo gardens and Cotswold stone houses, Painswick is the perfect place for all ages.
With a range of shops from the post office to the newsagents and grocers to name a few, a local primary school, as well as a range of restaurants, pubs and B&B's for visitors.