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Located in 'Old Stroud' a popular position on the periphery of town, known for its artistic community and bohemian feel, lies this end of terrace period home. The house enjoys ease of access to a range of facilities including the award winning weekly farmers' market. The house enjoys bright and airy family accommodation and great character. This is positioned across four floors with two reception rooms located on the middle floor and accessible at street level. Features of these rooms include a large former shop window, exposed floor boards, and sash windows. A wood burning stove offers a focal point to the sitting room. Also located on this floor is a cloakroom and utility area. Stairs from the sitting room lead down to a sociable family kitchen with breakfast room off, from here bi-fold doors open to the garden. Two bedrooms are positioned on the first floor with master bedroom boasting a double aspect outlook, feature fireplace and views over the garden. A stylish family bathroom with free standing roll top bath and separate shower cubicle is located on this level. A further two bedrooms are positioned on the second floor. Property Ref: STR170270
The property is positioned in 'Old Stroud' less than half a mile from the centre of town. This market town has a Bohemian feel and is popular for it's literature, arts and historical industrial woollen mills with the old canal system being currently rejuvenated. There are many specialist shops, cafes, galleries, cinema, sports and leisure clubs and an award-winning farmers' market. There are a great selection of educational choices for all ages including independent, grammar and state schools. The nearby M5 provides access to Bristol and Birmingham. Stroud railway station has a regular service to London (Paddington) in approx. 90 minutes. Cirencester, Cheltenham and Gloucester are all within 14 miles.
Unusually for this location, the property enjoys an enclosed family sized garden with room for children to play as well as plenty of opportunity for planting. Partly enclosed by a pretty high level wall, with gated access onto Middle Street, the garden incorporates a level lawn, raised vegetable beds, covered gravelled seating area and a decked courtyard with BBQ and built in seating. An exceedingly useful outbuilding currently used as a studio is positioned in the garden.
Second Reception Room
Utility and Cloak Room
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