Offers Over £500,000
A substantial period property situated in a sought after residential road above Stroud. This popular location enjoys a good community and allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and train station of the town with Daisy Bank and country walks just up the road. The property is built using traditional methods of red brick under a pitched tiled roof with the well presented accommodation arranged over three floors.
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.
A spacious entrance hallway with stairs to the first floor, lower ground floor and doors to all other rooms, A large open plan living room which was formally two rooms and is now arranged as a library with period fireplaces and a bay window to the front aspect. To the rear of the first floor bedroom three or further reception room with a period fireplace and sash window can be found. The lower ground floor is a particular feature of the property with a very large open plan kitchen/dining room with a bar, several windows to the side aspect, an Alpha Range Cooker, particularly useful scullery/pantry with a hob, leading to a good size utility room with a sink, ground floor WC and double doors leading to the rear garden.
The first floor comprises a spacious landing with storage and access to the loft which previously had planning to create additional habitable accommodation (ref – 2005/0937), two double bedrooms both with period fireplaces and stripped floor boards to the master bedroom and a beautiful bathroom with a free standing bath, oversized shower cubicle, period fireplace and sash window to the rear which takes in the lovely views and a separate WC.
Outside the property has a fantastic city garden which is split into a range of spaces comprising a raised bed area to the side of the property, several secluded patio areas, green house and several summer houses with a lovely selection of plants, fruit trees and shrubs. There is a pathway running through the garden which leads to a covered area perfect for bikes and gives access to a large workshop with power and light and leads onto the double garage, there is also off street parking for 2 or 3 cars at the rear which is accessed via Horns Road. The garage and workshop has further development potential to be turned into a granny flat/home office subject to the usual planning and consents.