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  • Bedrooms: 4
Step back in history to appreciate this Grade II Listed amazing example of craftsmanship and historic importance. Bell Court exudes character and charm having been built in approximately 1575. The property retains many original features along with plenty of living accommodation and an extensive garden which has to be viewed to be appreciated.

Entrance is through a large porch ideal for boots and coats, leading through there is a lovely open plan kitchen/dining room full of character and benefiting from a beautiful inglenook fireplace housing a woodburner and bread oven. There are plenty of built in units and an Aga along with a window seat and stone mullion window with views out to the open fields to the front.

Leading off there is a good size utility room, and following through there has been a recent addition of a good size wetroom.

The sitting room is of a lovely size with plenty of stunning historical features including an ornate C17 moulded plaster ceiling decorated with fleur-de-lys and thistle motifs, running either side of a chamfered beam. Also a beautiful stone fireplace with double moulded mantel shelves, a C17 plank and batten door, and double aspect stone mullion windows looking out.

Leading up to the first floor via a C17 door and stone winding staircase there are two bedrooms, the master being of a generous size - again enjoying plenty of character features including another beautiful stone fireplace, beamed ceiling and double aspect windows with delightful views looking out. Also on the first floor can be found a family bathroom enjoying a roll top bath and exposed rafters to the ceiling.

Leading to the second floor via another C17 door and wooden winding staircase there are a further two bedrooms and dark room, and plenty of storage. This floor could be opened out to make a fabulous Master bedroom suite.

To the outside there is plenty of off road parking and there are two summer houses, a workshop and shed. The garden is extensive at approximately an acre with a wealth of established plants and trees making this a gardeners delight to behold.

AMENITIES Nympsfield is a small village with amenities such as a public house and primary school. Outstanding walks can be found close by, including the National Trust's Woodchester Park & Coaley Peak, where breath-taking views across the Severn Valley can be enjoyed.

Nailsworth is around 3 miles away. It is a growing, historic market town that has become increasingly popular in recent years. Famous as the location for the highly regarded 'Williams Food Hall' delicatessen as well as offering free parking, the town also features a wide range of shops from well-known high street names to cafes and unique independent shops. A local centre for the arts with an annual arts festival, the town is well known for its fine restaurants and friendly local pubs as well as its famous football club, Forest Green Rovers.

Highly regarded private schools and sought after girls and boys grammar schools are also located close by. Other amenities include a Post Office, doctors, dentists, golf courses, riding stables, gliding and polo clubs and a public library.

Nympsfield has convenient road links making Bristol, Bath and Cheltenham easily commutable and rail links in the area including Cam & Dursley station with direct trains to Bristol and Gloucester and Stroud station offers a 90 minute (approx.) rail journey to Paddington.

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Perry Bishop and Chambers - Nailsworth

4 The Old George, Fountain Street, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire

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