A spacious semi detached bungalow situated in an elevated position with stunning views across the Slad Valley at the end of a popular residential road just above Stroud town centre.
A good sized semi detached bungalow with considerable potential for further development, situated in a sought after quiet location above Stroud centre. This lovely elevated position allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and train station of the town whilst being within walking distance of extensive woods and open spaces.
Stroud town centre is within walking distance and offers a comprehensive range of facilities. 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.
The accommodation branches off a spacious hallway. It comprises a 14’ sitting room, dining room/bedroom four, three further bedrooms, bathroom and 17′ kitchen/breakfast room leading to a conservatory. The sitting room has patio doors to enjoy the view, a ‘Clearview’ wood burner on a Welsh slate hearth and a unique locally-sourced red oak floor. The property is built using traditional methods and under its pitched tiled roof lies a 26’ attic which offers ideal potential for further development (subject to the usual planning permissions and building regulation compliance).
To the front is a garage, parking space and steps to reach the bungalow and its enclosed gardens. The front garden is terraced with a wealth of mature shrubs and hedges, gravelled seating areas and a number of planted borders. A patio extends from the front to the back garden where terracing creates level flower beds and a vegetable patch. Beyond lies a very private gently sloping garden with lawns, shrubbery, plum and apple trees and soft fruit area. There is a timber built garden shed, a greenhouse and, at the top of the garden, a useful outbuilding with power. In all, the plot comes to just under a tenth of an acre.