A detached former school masters house in a good elevated position above Nailsworth centre with three double bedrooms, generous gardens and a superb view across the valley at the rear
An older style detached house situated in a popular residential road above Nailsworth. This location enjoys a thriving local community and allows for easy access to the shops and amenities of the town, with superb views across the valley at the rear. The property is built using traditional methods under a pitched roof with accommodation arranged over two floors and has been the subject of improvement and renovation recently.
An entrance hall, 16′ sitting room, dining room, remodelled kitchen/breakfast room with a contemporary feel and glazed double doors leading on to a large deck that is a perfect space for entertaining, utility room with cloakroom/W.c and conservatory are on the ground floor. Stairs lead up from the hall to a landing, three double bedrooms and a bathroom with separate shower cubicle. The windows at the rear of the property enjoy the first class outlook, with tasteful colour schemes found throughout the property.
The interior is complemented by large gardens and a gravelled area at the front to park two cars on. The front garden is enclosed, with a gated path leading to the front door. The majority of the garden is at the rear, with a large deck with feature glass balustrade at the rear of the house. Both the conservatory and the french doors from the kitchen open on to this, connecting the house with the garden, with the deck making the most of the excellent view across the valley to Watledge and surrounding countryside. Steps lead down from this to a large garden. This is laid to lawn and slopes gently, with a summer house, large shed, mature trees and borders planted with shrubs.
The property is just above Nailsworth town centre. Nailsworth is a very desirable town within the Stroud Valleys and was recently placed in the Sunday Times ‘Top 101 places to live.’ It benefits from a large selection of speciality shops, cafes and well-regarded restaurants. In addition to this the town currently benefits from three supermarkets and free parking. Minchinhampton is just up the hill with a popular golf course and hundreds of acres of National Trust land. Nailsworth is within easy reach several excellent grammar schools and numerous well-regarded Independent schools, including Beaudesert Park and Wycliffe. There are a more comprehensive selection of facilities at nearby Stroud, as well as a train station with direct London (Paddington) service taking 90 minutes. Easy access to the M4 and M5 motorways allow for a straightforward commute to Cheltenham, Bristol, Swindon and the Midlands.
Planning permission has been granted for a discreet architect designed dwelling in the plot below. Full details can be viewed at https://www.stroud.gov.uk/environment/planning-and-building-control/search-planning-applications with reference S.17/1926/FUL
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is C.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321