A quality, one off architect designed home built in 2003 by the current owner in an enviable position just a short distance from Nailsworth town with wonderful views and parking
A thoughtfully designed, well-balanced home positioned on a private driveway and brilliantly located for those wishing to walk into town. The property offers a spacious entrance hall opening into an airy dining room with French doors to the garden; also on the ground floor are a spacious sitting room with bay window, study/bedroom 4, well fitted kitchen, separate utility room and cloakroom. A staircase with solid timber balustrade leads to the first floor which boasts a spacious master bedroom and en-suite, two further bedrooms and a family bathroom. The clever design of this house allows for plenty of storage throughout and the southerly aspect at the rear makes for light and bright accommodation.
The delightful gardens are a particular feature of this property boasting a south-easterly aspect with an open view across Nailsworth; laid predominantly to lawn with well stocked borders (currently with a particular abundance of spring bulbs), various established shrubs and perennials plus a summer house and an attractive Bramley apple tree. This property owns the driveway which also grants access to two neighbours and this provides access to the garage and parking. The property itself is accessed via a few steps or a gently sloping path and conveniently has gated side access to the rear garden.
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.
Gas central heating, mains electric, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is E.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321