A pretty Cotswold stone cottage in need of some improvement but in a great position for the shops and amenities of Nailsworth with an open plan living area, two/three bedrooms and a garden
A pretty terraced period property in need of some improvement situated in a good residential position on the edge of popular Nailsworth. This location enjoys a good community and allows for easy access to the shops and amenities of the town with the cycle track on the doorstep and countryside walks just up the hill. The property is built using traditional methods from Cotswold stone under a pitched roof with character accommodation arranged over three floors. A porch, open plan living space with kitchen area and rear porch are on the ground floor. A landing, double bedroom and bathroom are above, on the first floor, with another double bedroom at the top of the house. There is another room on the top floor, connecting with the bedroom, and this could be used as a study, dressing room or as an occasional third bedroom.
The interior is complemented by a garden and a stone built shed. Steps lead up to the front garden, with a path leading through the lawn to the front door. There is a shared pathway behind the house for the use of the terrace, with the shed behind. This could do with an overhaul but has power. There is another area of garden behind the property, just along the path, with steps leading up to the area (on the left).
The property is located at the end of this pretty stone terrace which is a very short walk to the centre of Nailsworth. The town has become an increasingly popular shopping destination within the Stroud Valleys benefiting from a large selection of speciality shops, including Williams Food Hall, the famous Hobbs House Bakery, The Yellow Lighted Bookshop, various clothing and gift shops, several cafes and a good selection of very well regarded restaurants. In addition to this, the town currently benefits from three supermarkets and free parking. Nailsworth is also home to Forest Green Rovers Football Club where there is a modern leisure/fitness centre and both state and private schooling within the area. Bus services connect with Stroud, some four miles away, where there is a more comprehensive selection of shopping, educational and leisure facilities. Junctions of the M4 and M5 motorways are within easy reach and railway stations at Stroud (4 miles) and Kemble (10 miles) provide main line services to Gloucester, Swindon and London Paddington.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is B.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321