A semi-detached stone cottage benefiting from glorious views to the rear from its hillside position, and providing the best of both worlds with access up the hill to Rodborough Common and down the hill to Waitrose and Stroud town centre. The accommodation layout is over 3 floors and therefore deceptive from first appearances outside. At ground floor level is the dual aspect sitting room with exposed stone and a fireplace with a wood-burning stove in situ. Upstairs there are 2 bedrooms and a bathroom. To the lower ground floor is a kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wooden kitchen units and a breakfast bar with an oiled natural wood worktop. There is also a utility/cloakroom under the stairs. The kitchen leads on to the conservatory, which is currently utilised as a dining room with access out to the garden. Property Ref: STR180273.
The property lies below the slopes of Rodborough & Minchinhampton Commons. The area of Butterrow cascades down the hillside, its mixture of old and modern dwellings gaining a view over the fringe of Stroud to the wooded hillside opposite, that climbs to Lypiatt providing the best of both worlds with Rodborough Common and Stroud entre within one mile. Stroud is the administrative and commercial centre of the district and provides many facilities. Roads radiate from Stroud to the larger urban centres of the county and region, travel being aided by the presence of the M5 west of Stonehouse & London (Paddington) train services passing through the town.
Off road parking for two vehicles can be located to the side of the property. The garden is accessed via a shared pathway with the neighbour and has been very thoughtfully laid out with multiple terraces created by utilising timber sleepers and providing different areas of interest with lawn, gravel and seating areas making the most of the views. The garden enjoys a mix of mature trees and flower and shrub borders.