Guide Price £325,000
A charming and well-proportioned two bedroom semi-detached red-brick character property situated in an elevated position on Butterrow Hill with two reception rooms, long garden and lovely views.
A delightful two bedroom semi-detached red-brick period property situated on Butterrow Hill just below Rodborough Common a short distance from Stroud town. Nearby Rodborough benefits from two well-established primary schools, a park and the famous Prince Albert pub. The ground floor comprises a good-size fitted kitchen with tiled flooring, 12’ dining room with red-brick fireplace and understairs storage cupboard and a 14’ living room across the back of the property with double doors out to the rear garden. On the first floor is a landing, large bathroom with big jacuzzi style bath and a utility cupboard, an 11’ double bedroom and 14’ main bedroom with two windows. There is a hatch over the landing giving access to a loft which offers potential for conversion (subject to gaining relevant planning permissions and building regulations). Windows to the rear of the property enjoy a lovely open aspect towards the Lypiatt/Thrupp area with the view particularly enjoyed from the main bedroom and living room. The property benefits from gas central heating and partial double glazing with character features throughout from the exposed red-brick fire places in the dining room, living room and main bedroom, sash windows, wooden flooring and detailed architrave typical of the property’s era.
The interior is complemented by having a stone chipped courtyard garden off the living room suitable for al-fresco dining and enjoying the view. The rest of the garden mainly consists of lawn until you reach the end where a wooden built summerhouse can be found prior to a dramatic drop leaving more immediate views over neighbouring fields. Access to the property is via stepped access from Butterrow Hill, there is a lean-to storage area towards the front of the property with side access from front to back.
Rodborough benefits from two well-established primary schools, two churches, parks and play areas, various village pubs and of course the Common whilst Bowbridge has a pub, vets, car show rooms and a petrol station. Stroud town benefits from an award winning weekly farmers market as well as a variety of local independent shops and stores, pubs serving locally supplied beers and ciders and plenty of cafes, bars and restaurants to eat and socialise as well as. The recently opened “Five Valleys” shopping centre is of particular note and is certainly worth a visit for a range of market stalls, food stalls and stores. The wider area has a range of shops and amenities, including supermarkets, a hospital, state and private schools, a leisure and sports centre and a main line railway station with inter city services travelling to London (Paddington). Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (15 miles) and Swindon (25 miles) are all within comfortable driving distance.
We are informed that all mains services are connected to the property.
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Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321