Millswood is a very fine Grade II listed village house which provides wonderful family accommodation over three floors. The house has plenty of charming period features including oak panelling, flagstone floors and stone fireplaces while the principal bedroom has a wonderful vaulted ceiling.
The accommodation, spread out over three floors, comprises: hall, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, kitchen, utility room, boot room, cloakroom, a master bedroom suite on the first floor and five further bedrooms (two on the second floor which also has a shower room and a playroom).
To the front of the house is a formal garden comprising lawned areas as well as a terrace, shrub borders and yew hedging. Steps lead up to a level lawn bordered by a rockery garden and separated from the rest of the garden by a stream. Beyond is a further lawn with a beech hedge, vegetable and soft fruit gardens.
Further up the valley is a beautiful and wilder area with maturing trees, making a perfect habitat for wildlife and children. The backdrop of woodland also creates privacy.
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Adjacent to Millswood House are two cottages which currently provide a very useful second income if let as holiday lets and there is also a range of outbuildings including a brick built workshop, two fuel sheds and former livestock sheds. The house comes in around 5.5 acres.
Chalford did very well from the roaring wool trade in the 18th and 19th centuries, now a very desirable and sought-after village. The market town of Stroud is just four miles away and has many specialist shops, cafes and markets, plus a Waitrose supermarket. Stroud also has a fast direct train service to London.
The guide price is £1.45m. For further information please contact Savills on 01285 627 550 or visit www.savills.co.uk.