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This attractive semi-detached period home occupies a wonderfully convenient position, just 0.3 miles from the centre of town and ideally placed for access to both the train and bus stations. With some elevated views from the second floor to adjoining countryside, the property enjoys well-proportioned family accommodation and great character. Whilst ripe for improvement, character features are in abundance throughout and include pretty stone mullion windows, period fireplaces and exposed wooden floors. A gated front courtyard provides access to the main entrance and hallway with cloakroom, of which doors radiate to the living space, stairs down lead to the cellar and a further staircase rises to the first floor. Two traditional front reception rooms both with impressive mullion windows overlook the garden and enjoy traditional open fireplaces. The kitchen provides room for a small breakfast table, wall and base units and opens to an adjoining utility. A large connecting glazed walkway then opens to a large double garage with electric up and over doors. Three double bedrooms are positioned on the first floor, all of which boast elevated views across the town centre to neighbouring countryside. The master bedroom has en suite facilities whilst the remaining bedrooms have use of a large family bathroom. A further two double bedrooms are arranged across the second floor.
Tucked away 0.3 miles from Stroud town centre, convenient for local shops and amenities, including the award-winning Farmers' Market. Stroud, well known for arts, crafts and music, offers comprehensive facilities and services that include a railway station providing Intercity links to London (Paddington) and the North. Schooling is also a major draw to this area - Stroud Valley Community and Rosary Catholic primary schools; Stroud High & Marling grammar schools, Thomas Keble secondary school; and Stroud College - to name a few. Private schools in the area include Beaudesert Park School and Wycliffe College. For those needing to travel further afield, the M5 can be accessed to the west of Stroud, with the M4 situated to the east.
Gardens extend to rear of the house and enjoy a south westerly orientation. Bounded by hedging and some fencing the gardens provide a blank canvass for the new owner.
Master Bedroom with En Suite
4 Further Bedrooms
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