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Tucked away high up from the road overlooking part of the verdant hills of the Slad Valley (made famous by Laurie Lee) and the outskirts of the Old Mill town of Stroud, lies this south facing honey coloured Cotswold stone and old brick converted building named The Coach House. As illustrated by the attached floor plan this enjoys a unique arrangement and as such could be used in a variety of ways. From an inviting hall, doors radiate to the ground floor accommodation. This comprises 2 formal reception rooms with an outlook from the front elevation, a bright solid roofed conservatory opening to the side garden, fitted kitchen, utility and cloakroom. A staircase via the dining room provides access to the master bedroom with exposed 'A' frame beams and a generous en-suite bathroom. Across the landing a second bedroom enjoys a contemporary en-suite shower room. A further staircase from the ground floor lobby leads to an additional 2 bedrooms and a family bathroom. Underneath this accommodation is an area currently used as a studio which could be incorporated into the main residence subject to any planning and listed building consent required. Property Ref: STR150336
The property occupies a south facing situation with views. The market town of Stroud is just a mile away. It has a Bohemian feel and many specialist shops, cafes, galleries, cinema, bookstores and a vibrant farmers market. There are a number of supermarkets within the area, a good selection or private, grammar and state schools at primary and secondary levels. The nearby M5 provides access to Bristol and Birmingham. Stroud mainline station has a regular service to London (Paddington) in approx. 90 minutes. Cirencester, Cheltenham and Gloucester are all within 14 miles.
The property is situated at the top of a private drive that through gates opens to a large gravelled courtyard which provides parking for several cars. A currently uncultivated area of land extends to the east side of the house whilst a further lawn enclosed by hedging and a red brick wall lies to the west. Along with the house this enjoys a view across the valley.
Reception Hall/Breakfast Room
Master Bedroom Suite with En-Suite Bathroom
Second Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room
A Further two Bedrooms and Family Bathroom
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