Wick Lane, Stinchcombe, Dursley, GL11 6BG


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A gem of a cottage for modernisation situated in a delightful location in the highly sought after village of Stinchcombe. This detached stone built cottage is believed to date back to the 16th Century with beautiful local stone elevations under a tiled roof with many original features retained including exposed beams, original latched doors and front door, polished wood and quarry tiled floors and a fabulous stone fireplace with bread oven and wood burner in the lounge.

The cottage is set well back from the road with large mature gardens over half an acre including a stone barn/garage workshop approached via a driveway off Wick Lane. This is one of the historic local cottages in Stinchcombe and is Grade II listed due to its architectural merit and offers tremendous scope for improvement and extension subject to relevant planning consents. Once sympathetically modernised and restored this will provide the new owners with a wonderful character property in a stunning position within the village.

The accommodation currently provides two double bedrooms, two reception rooms, kitchen, bathroom and cloakroom and a useful workshop suitable for conversion into living space. Outside the property has large mature gardens with many trees, shrubs and bushes, lawns and flower borders and original outside WC building.

The property backs onto open fields and is positioned on a footpath providing delightful walks and rides across neighbouring farmland and Stinchcombe Hill which lies on the Cotswold Way. Stinchcombe is on the edge of Dursley Town which provides a full range of retail shops, supermarkets, pubs, restaurants and leisure centre/swimming pool, doctors surgery, library and both Rednock Secondary School and a number of highly regarded primary schools. There are excellent commuting routes to the major centres of Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham via the A38 and M5 motorway and mainline train station at Box Road, Cam (2 1/2 miles approx.) serving Bristol and London (Paddington) via Gloucester.

The property is sold with vacant possession and no upward chain and the vendor's agents hold a key at their Dursley office for accompanied viewings.

Guide Price £475,000



Period front door to entrance hallway with cloak hanging rail and latched door to lounge.


5.21m (17' 1") x 4.80m (15' 9")

Having feature original stone fireplace with built in bread oven and wood burning stove with solid beam and mantel over. Exposed ceiling timbers and beams, feature window seat to front elevation and night storage heater.


3.48m (11' 5") x 2.92m (9' 7")

With window seat to front and further casement window, night storage heater and exposed beams.


With built in china cabinets.


6.20m (20' 4") x 1.65m (5' 5")

With quarry tiled floor.


With WC and large walk in storage cupboard.


3.18m (10' 5") x 2.39m (7' 10")

With base units having stainless steel sink unit, wall cupboards, quarry tiled floor and window to side.


With panelled bath, wash hand basin and airing cupboard having hot water storage tank supplying domestic hot water circulation.


3.28m (10' 9") x 2.97m (9' 9")

Suitable for conversion into additional living accommodation.


From the living room there is an original stone spiral staircase to first floor landing with cloakroom WC and built in wardrobes.


5.49m (18' 0") x 3.05m (10' 0")

With casement window to side, exposed beams and timbers and polished wood floor.


4.88m (16' 0") x 3.00m (9' 10")

With recessed storage cupboard, dormer casement window to front and polished wood floors.


The property stands well back from the road in large gardens extending to well over half and acre approx. There is a useful barn garage (25ft x 18ft) stone built with tiled roof and storage workshop to the side. A gateway leads to a long garden path leading up to the cottage with mature front gardens having fruit trees and mature trees, shrubs and bushes and flowering plants including Roses and Hydrangeas. There are lawns to the side of the cottage with well stocked herbaceous borders, shrubs and trees. There is a former outside WC building. The rear gardens back onto open fields.


There is a public footpath which runs across the front of the property.

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