£195,000

Randwick

Property Ref:

4260821

Address:

Townsend

Area:

Randwick

Postcode:

GL6 6ET

Description:

An opportunity to buy a fully serviced plot near Stroud, Gloucestershire and to take control of building your own dream home

Details

An opportunity to buy a fully serviced plot near Stroud, Gloucestershire and to take control of building your own dream home. Both plots have full detailed Planning Permission [granted in June 2016] for a contemporary new-build home by award winning Architects Millar+Howard Workshop.

The Old Bakehouse site benefits from a great location, perched on the hill in the village of Randwick, with panoramic views over the Stroud Valleys, easy access to great local amenities and a choice of good state and private schooling in the area.
Plot B is the larger plot at The Old Bakehouse, with views north-east towards the hamlet of Ruscombe, and the green fields below the old village of Randwick, whilst to the south-east views stretch out towards the hills of Rodborough common and beyond.

The design offers approximately 172 sqm of contemporary living space, with 4 double bedrooms upstairs and generous living spaces downstairs. The ground-floor plan is ‘stepped’ with a spacious open-plan kitchen / dining area on the entrance level, leading down a few steps to the large living room and study area. Both of these open onto the terrace and garden. There is lots of space given over to utilities, a ground floor WC and boot storage – perfect for a busy family putting the ample garden to use, come rain or shine.

The plot is being sold fully serviced, with mains gas, water and sewerage installed to a convenient location at the edge of the site.

The ‘Custom Build’ approach gives you the opportunity to be involved in the design of the layout and individual detail within the house, giving buyers the opportunity to create a space that’s completely personal to them, with a range of options to complete the build.

For more information go to: Developers Website

The Local Area
Stroud is a historic, charming and quirky town in the Cotswolds. Its industrial heritage, old mills and rolling hills typify the area which is known for its verdant valleys and vibrant creative community. Many of the villages surrounding Stroud including Randwick are in the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Bristol, Birmingham and Cardiff are all easily accessed by good motorway links, and London Paddington is an hour and a half away by train.

 

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