The Stroud office has been established within the town for over 30 years, this combined with our experienced and well-established sales team has furnished us with an in-depth knowledge of the property market within the five valleys. Our successful sales team is dedicated to selling a range of homes from converted flats to period cottages, executive homes and country estates. We cover a diverse area including the immediate villages surrounding the town as well as those further south in the Severn Vale and Berkeley Vale. Our approachable local team pride themselves on providing a bespoke offering centred around excellent customer service.
The Stroud branch is positioned close to the heart of the town as you enter on the London Road. A National Rail service runs from Stroud railway station located in the town centre providing access to London Paddington within 90 minutes. Our office is positioned within less than half a mile of the bus station from which you can proceed on foot. The A46 road links Stroud to Gloucester in the north and Bath to the south, with the A419 connecting Stroud to Cirencester and the M4 in one direction and the M5 motorway at Junction 13 in the other.
Long-stay parking is available at the London Road multi-storey car park, positioned next to our office.
The meeting point of the Five Valleys, Stroud is located on the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills with the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty surrounding the town and the Cotswold Way path passing by the town to the west. Stroud provides a central hub for the surrounding small market towns and pretty villages. Historically known for its involvement in the Industrial Revolution, Stroud was a well known Cloth town where the woollen mills were powered by the small rivers flowing through the valleys. Many of these have since been converted into much desired residential property. Arguably the most famous of these was the production of military uniforms in the colour of Stroudwater Scarlet. The local canal network was born out a need for transport with Stroud forming a trading location of the C19th. Restoration of these waterways is now underway as a leisure facility.
Historic buildings and places of interest are in abundance throughout and include the picturesque rolling hills of Minchinhampton and Rodborough Common famed for their dramatic panorama over Stroud and popular for their leisure opportunities. The area is also well known for its involvement within the Arts and Craft movement.
Stroud is famous for its artistic commun