A handsome, double fronted period house, situated in one of the most popular residential roads above Stroud centre. This location within the conservation area is well known locally for the good community and allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and train station of Stroud with the Daisy Bank and country walks just up the road. The property is traditionally built from red brick under a pitched tile roof with the well presented accommodation arranged over four floors. The house was originally the local Post Office.
Stroud town has a wide range of shops and amenities, community and primary schooling, a leisure and sports centre, award winning weekly farmers market and a main line railway station, with inter city services travelling to London (Paddington). Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (18 miles) and Swindon (25 miles) are all within comfortable driving distance.
The house was originally the local Post Office and comprises an entrance hall, sitting room and living room found on the ground floor with a kitchen/breakfast room, dining room and cloakroom with WC on the lower ground floor. On the two floors above there are two landings, four good sized bedrooms, bathroom and a further cloakroom with WC.
To the front is a sunken courtyard garden over which is the gated foot bridge to the front door, raised planted borders and gated side access to the lane give access to the garage.