A well presented Cotswold stone property within the Conservation area in the heart of old Stroud with three bedrooms, character features and a sunny, south facing garden
A well presented attached cottage situated within the conservation area in popular Lower Street, just above Stroud centre. This location is very much part of the thriving, creative old Stroud community and allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and train station of the town with the local park and country walks also close by. The property is built using traditional methods from Cotswold stone and is believed to date back to 1770 but was completely renovated in the 1980’s, with character accommodation arranged over three floors.
The property is in a sought after residential road in the conservation area above Stroud. Town centre is within easy 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 a direct London (Paddington) and Swindon service. Gloucester (9 miles), Cheltenham, Cirencester and Bristol are all within 30 miles proximity. Junction 13, M5 motorway is also within easy driving distance.
A 13′ sitting room with fireplace with wood burning stove, kitchen and sunny 16′ garden room/conservatory that opens onto the garden are on the ground floor. Stairs wind up from the sitting room to the first floor landing, with a bathroom and two bedrooms situated on this floor. There is a lovely 14′ attic bedroom at the top of the house and further attic storage on the second floor. Character features are found throughout the house and there is a lovely view across the valley from the second floor room.
The character interior is complemented by a private, sunny garden. This is at the rear of the property and faces South, with a small paved sitting area directly behind the house and a level lawn, with a path leading to the bottom. The garden is well planted, with mature trees and shrubs. There is a right of access at the side of the property which benefits both this house and the neighbouring property, with a small courtyard with steps down to the front door from Lower Street street side of the house.