2 Spring Hill is a handsome Grade II Listed end of terrace property situated in a prominent position in the heart of popular Nailsworth. This location, in the very centre of this thriving community, allows for easy access to the shops and amenities of the town with countryside walks just along the road.
Arranged over four floors the property offers flexible, characterful accommodation with lots of natural light. An airy entrance hall, useful study and a lovely spacious sitting room with wood burning stove occupy the ground floor. Stairs lead down to the lower ground floor where you will find a 20’ dual aspect kitchen/dining room with custom made solid wood units, and a useful rear lobby which allows access to the garden. There is a landing, master bedroom with feature fireplace and a roomy bathroom on the first floor, with two further bedrooms at the top of the house.
The rear garden is quite extraordinary for a property in this location, having acquired additional land over the years, now offering lots of individual areas of lawn and patio for entertaining and from which to enjoy the colourful cottage garden planting. There are many established trees and shrubs complimenting the planting to include a fabulous rambling rose, a fig tree, and a stunning sycamore tree. The garden contains a workshop/studio with power/water and drainage and also two sizeable sheds (one timber one brick) plus a log store.
Nailsworth is a very desirable town within the Stroud Valleys and was recently placed in the Sunday Times ‘Top 101 places to live.’ It benefits from a large selection of speciality shops, cafes and well-regarded restaurants. In addition to this the town currently benefits from three supermarkets and free parking. Minchinhampton is just up the hill with a popular golf course and hundreds of acres of National Trust land. Nailsworth is within easy reach several excellent grammar schools and numerous well-regarded Independent schools, including Beaudesert and Wycliffe. There are a more comprehensive selection of facilities at nearby Stroud, as well as a train station with direct London (Paddington) service taking 90 minutes. Easy access to the M4 and M5 motorways allow for a straightforward commute to Cheltenham, Bristol, Swindon and the Midlands.
A right of way exists for the neighbouring property to pass through the garden for wheelbarrow access to the side footpath.
Gas central heating and wood burning stove in the sitting room, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is C.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321