Price guide £425,000


Property Ref:



Western Terrace






A well presented three bedroom period house located in a quiet position away from passing traffic with character features throughout, garden and parking



Believed to date back to 1890 this charming mid terrace double fronted red brick home is situated in an elevated position tucked away above Brimscombe and enjoying views towards Swells Hill and National Trust Common Land. The characterful accommodation is arranged over three floors and has good quality original sash windows to the front of the house, open fireplaces and period
features throughout. An entrance porch leads into a dining room with cast iron fireplace and attractive open fire. A door from here leads through into a hallway with sitting room off with carved cut stone open fire and additional door to the porch. There is a recently upgraded kitchen with built in appliances and utility cupboard. On the first floor the landing has doors to bedroom one and bedroom two, both of which are double bedrooms and enjoy wonderful views over the countryside. There is also a family bathroom on this floor. Stairs lead up to a large attic bedroom on the top floor.


There is off road parking for two cars which can be found just before the terrace of cottages. A pathway leads to the front of the house with a small enclosed pretty cottage garden with outstanding views across the valley and beyond. To the rear of the house just off the kitchen there is an enclosed courtyard garden, suitable for extending the kitchen (subject to the usual planning permissions). There is also a useful timber built storage shed and brick outhouse. A gate takes you to a shared pathway that leads to a separate section of garden which offers a quiet seating area with lawns and flower beds along with a productive vegetable plot and space to keep chickens along with mature fruit trees, all being enclosed with hedged and fenced boundaries. The views from here are breath taking.


Amenities at nearby Brimscombe Corner include a Post Office and general store and two good primary schools are close at hand. Minchinhampton Common lies at the top of the hill and offers hundreds of acres of land vested in the National Trust which can be used for recreational use. More extensive facilities are available in Nailsworth and Stroud which are both within three miles. Junctions of the M4 and M5 motorways are within easy reach and railway stations at Stroud (2 miles) and Kemble (10 miles) provide main line services to Gloucester, Swindon and London Paddington.




Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.

Council Tax

The council tax banding is C.

Local Authority

Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321

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