A 1930’s double bayed mid-terrace property in a quiet cul-de-sac location with excellent access to Stroud Town Centre. This location allows for easy access to the shops and amenities of the town, with some 200 acres of National Trust land at Rodborough and Minchinhampton commons also within easy reach just up the hill. The property is built using traditional methods under a pitched tiled roof with the accommodation arranged over two floors.
A range of facilities are available in nearby Stroud approximately a mile distant to include an excellent range of state and private schools, restaurants and public houses, an award winning weekly farmers market, leisure and sports centre and also a main line railway station with intercity services connecting with London (Paddington). Gloucester (8 miles), Cheltenham (12 miles) Cirencester (15 miles) and Bristol (20 miles) and Junction 13 (M5 motorway) are also within easy driving distance.
The property is built using traditional methods under a pitched tiled roof with the accommodation comprising an entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor, open plan living room with a bay window and feature wood burner which is open plan to the dining area with plenty of storage. A doorway leads to the fitted kitchen and a good size conservatory which opens onto the decking and rear garden.
The first and second floors comprise of a small landing, two good size bedrooms, a stylish and spacious bathroom and stairs leading to a loft room which is currently used as a double bedroom.
To the front of the property there is a paved driveway with parking for two cars and steps leading to the front door. The rear garden which is of a good size has a decked area directly to the rear of the property, a pond and an array of mature shrubs, plants and trees, the property has rear pedestrian access and is enclosed by a boundary fence and hedging.