Kings Mill Lane, Painswick, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
Located in the much sought after village of Painswick stands this immaculately presented detached residence offering flexible living accommodation along with parking a terraced garden and lovely views looking out.

Located in the much sought after village of Painswick stands this immaculately presented, modern detached townhouse offering flexible living accommodation over four floors, along with parking, a terraced garden and commanding lovely views looking out.

On entering through a pitched roof porch there is a reception hall with a cloakroom leading off.

The sitting room is of a lovely size and immaculately presented enjoying a feature fireplace, stone mullion windows and views looking out.

Following on the open plan kitchen/dining room is of a generous size and benefits from plenty of contemporary style units along with direct access out to the rear garden and patio area.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master enjoying its own well-presented en-suite shower room and far reaching views out to the front.

The family bathroom is modern and beautifully styled and has built in storage.

To the second floor the attic has been converted to provide a spacious bedroom benefitting from plenty of light and en-suite bathroom including a contemporary free standing bath.

To the lower ground floor there is a spacious family room/cinema room, with a further gym/office leading off, which could be flexible in their use and ideal as a separate office space/treatment room. There is a useful utility room which has recently been updated, and has direct access out to the side.

To the outside there is plenty of parking to the side of the property. There is a terraced garden and paved patio areas. The terrace to the top commands lovely far reaching views looking out.

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.

01453 836736

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