Property Ref:



Bisley Road






A well presented period property in a popular residential road above the town centre with character features, a southerly aspect and long rear garden


A well presented character property situated in a south facing position above Stroud centre. This location allows for lovely views across the valley to countryside and easy access to the shops, amenities and train station of the town with the local park, country walks, Daisy Bank and allotments also close by. Constructed using traditional methods from red brick under a pitched tiled roof, the property is arranged over two floors and has clearly been the subject of redecoration and improvement in recent years.

Stroud 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), Swindon (25 miles), Bath (30 miles) and Bristol (32 miles) are all within comfortable driving distance.


An entrance hall with tessellated tiled floor, 14′ sitting room with bay window and open fire, dining room, 16′ kitchen/breakfast room and utility room are found on the ground floor with a landing, bathroom and two good bedrooms on the floor above.

Steps lead up to the front door through borders planted with a variety of established shrubs. The long terraced rear garden stretches up the hill and enjoys superb views across and along the valley to countryside and, on a clear day, the river Severn. Leading directly from the kitchen is courtyard with steps up to a level gravel sitting area with steps up to a further level gravel area above. There are then two grassed seating areas connected by red brick steps with herbaceous borders to either side and a greenhouse at the top.

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