This “charming” home for sale is full of character features and dates back more than 150 years.
The Post House, in Gorsley, was built in the 1850s with locally-sourced Gorsley stone, and has since been sympathetically extended.
Entering the property, there is a hall leading to a dining area and kitchen which could be made into an open plan space, and comes with a range cooker and features oak floors, a wood burner, and a stable door to the patio.
The lounge, which overlooks the garden, leads into an extended area of the home, with a study area, another reception room with French doors to the garden, and a high-ceilinged bedroom with a private terrace and an en-suite bathroom.
Upstairs, there are three double bedrooms, two of which have views out to May Hill, and a family bathroom, while a cellar area provides potential for an additional living area.
Outside, there is a “beautifully landscaped” south-facing garden, with roses and wisteria growing across the property.
Within the garden, there is a terraced pond, trees, shrubs and two patio areas, as well as a wood store and a large garage/workshop.
The property is being sold by Archer & Co for a guide price of £800,000.
Ann Higgins of Archer & Co commented: “This charming and versatile four bedroom detached home has character features throughout and was built with locally sourced Gorsley stone in the 1850s.
“Located in the desirable village of Gorsley, with plenty of local amenities including a primary school, a village store with post office, a coffee shop and a popular pub.
“The property is highly suitable for multi-generational living having an extended part of the property with a study area leading down to a further reception room with French doors out to the garden, large south facing bedroom with high ceilings and French doors to a covered private terrace, large en suite.
“On the first floor there are three bedrooms, two of the largest bedrooms have wonderful views to May Hill.
“The gardens are beautifully landscaped with some delightful features and seating areas.”