£295,000

Butterrow

Property Ref:

4398510

Address:

Butterrow Lane

Area:

Stroud

Postcode:

GL5 2NB

Description:

A carefully presented semi detached Victorian house situated in a semi rural spot at popular Butterrow Lane with flexible, character accommodation, a lovely garden and superb views across the valley

Details

Peter Joy are pleased to offer this well presented Victorian semi detached house to the market. The property is situated in a semi rural position on a country lane, with hundreds of acres on National Trust land just up the road at Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons and a lovely open outlook across the Golden Valley at the rear. The property was built in 1900 from red brick under a tiled roof and has been improved in recent years, with flexible, character accommodation arranged over three floors.

A wide range of facilities are available in nearby Stroud approximately one mile distant to include an excellent range of state and private schools, restaurants and public houses, leisure and sports centre, also an award winning ‘weekly farmers market’. There is also a main line railway station with Intercity services to London (Paddington) Gloucester (10 miles), Cheltenham (14.5 miles) Cirencester (13.5 miles and Bristol (32 miles). Junction 13 (M5 motorway) is also within easy driving distance. This location allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and train station of the town with hundreds of acres of National Trust common land just up the road.

Sizes

An entrance hall, snug with fireplace and sitting room with wood burning stove are on the ground floor. The sitting room is at the back of the house and could also be used as a bedroom. There is a dining room with a rear door out to the garden, a shower room and kitchen with useful walk in store on the lower ground floor, with two double bedrooms and a bathroom at the top of the house, on the first floor. The adaptable accommodation is complemented by tasteful colour schemes, with the windows at the rear benefiting from the super outlook.

The gardens are to the rear of the property and are an absolute joy. One walks out from the dining room to a level gravelled area with space for a table and chairs. Sleeper steps lead down to a further gravelled level, with Box Hedge boarders stocked with a variety of plants. There is a productive growing area below this, with soft fruit bushes, wild strawberries, rhubarb and an apple tree. There is a second sitting spot at the bottom of the garden, screened with colourful plants and shrubs, that takes in the afternoon sun.

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