A well presented Cotswold Stone character cottage situated in a superb elevated position at popular Randwick with parking, gardens and an outstanding view across the valley
A pretty semi detached cottage situated in a lovely elevated spot at popular Randwick. This location enjoys a thriving village community and allows for superb views across the valley, with a good school down the road and countryside walks on the doorstep. The property is built using traditional methods from Cotswold stone with well presented character accommodation arranged over two floors.
Randwick is a pretty hilltop village and couple of miles North of Stroud. Local amenities include a well regarded junior school and public house, with good walks found in nearby Randwick Woods. A traditional festival called the Randwick Wap takes place every May and dates at least as far back as the Middle Ages. Stroud town centre is approximately two miles distant and offers a wider range of shops and amenities. These include supermarkets, local speciality stores, a hospital, state and private schools and award winning weekly farmers market. There is also a main line railway station with intercity services connecting with London (Paddington). Gloucester (9 miles), Cheltenham, Cirencester and Bristol are all within 30 miles proximity. Junction 13, M5 motorway is also within easy driving distance
A porch, 21′ sitting room with wood burning stove and 17′ kitchen/dining room with utility are on the ground floor, with a spacious landing, two double bedrooms and a bathroom above, on the first floor. The property is tastefully decorated and all windows take in the lovely outlook.
The interior is complemented by parking, good gardens and an insulated detached studio outbuilding with power and light, that could have a variety of uses. There is a small lawn in front of the house, with a parking space to the side. The neighbouring property has a vehicular right of way across the lane at the front, with another parking space for 1 Ash View beyond this, with a log store to the side. Gated steps then lead down through a well stocked garden with a variety of established shrubs to a sitting area with space for a table and chairs and a sloping lawn. The outbuilding measures 16’0″ x 9’8″ and was formerly a garage, with glazed doors at the front and a door to the side. The view across the valley from the garden is quite outstanding.