Old Stone House is believed to be the oldest house in the village of Rendcomb in Gloucestershire. Dating back to medieval times, the house also has a lovely position on the egde of the village.
Extended in the 17th century and subsequently renovated in the 20th century, accommodation extends to just over 2,500sq ft and is beautifully presented; great care has been taken to preserve the character of the house. Period features remaining include magnificent stone fireplaces, exposed beams and a vaulted cruck ceiling.
Accommodation in total comprises: reception hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, cloakroom, four bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Outside a stone-built double garage has a studio/home office above, a gym and a store; planning exists to convert the ground floor to ancillary accommodation. Outside, the garden is a good size – about 0.66 of an acre – and principally laid to lawn, with an area of orchard.
Old Stone House is located between Cirencester (five miles) and Cheltenham (10 miles) in Gloucestershire.
The guide price is £1.15m, For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01285 659 771 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.
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