A handsome period property built from both Cotswold stone and red brick situated in a sunny spot in popular Selsley West with good family space, a level garden and parking
A handsome end of terrace character home situated in popular Selsley West. This location is very much part of the good local community and allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and schools of both Kings Stanley and Stroud with countryside walks on the doorstep. The property is built using traditional methods from Cotswold stone and red brick and has been improved, with well presented accommodation arranged over three floors.
A porch, 25’ sitting/dining room with open fireplace, inner hall, rear hall, cloakroom/WC and 16’ kitchen/breakfast room are on the ground floor with a cellar under. Stairs lead up from the sitting/dining room to a landing, with three bedrooms and a bathroom found on this level, with two attic rooms at the top of the house. Character features are found throughout and the windows at the front enjoy the first class view and south westerly aspect.
The interior is complemented by a gated parking area, a rear garden and a large level front garden that also makes the most of the sun and the outlook. The driveway is behind the house, with lawn behind with a shed. Prospective buyers may choose to extend this parking area, creating side by side parking for two cars. There is a wood store and useful outhouse/store to the rear of the property too, with the majority of the garden at the front on the sunny side of the property. This is a good level area, laid to lawn and enclosed with fences and hedges, with a couple of mature trees. There is a pedestrian right of way at both the front and rear of the property for the three adjoining properties.
Selsley West is a popular residential area between King’s Stanley and Selsley. There is a good pub in Selsley, with Sainsburys just down the road, and the villages of Kings Stanley and neighbouring Leonard Stanley benefit from shops, a Co-op and two good schools, with straight forward access to the motorway also close by. Stonehouse is approximately a mile distant and offers a good range of shops and amenities within its level High Street with primary and secondary schools also within the vicinity. Stonehouse railway station offers a direct line to London (Paddington). Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is approximately two miles distant with a wider range of shops available in the towns of Stroud, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is D.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321