This handsome detached period residence sits between Stroud town centre and the Slad Valley. There are many character features displayed within the accommodation such as high ceilings, picture rails, box windows in both principal reception rooms, several fireplaces, exposed beams, deep skirting boards and a fabulous patterned tiled entrance hall. The floor plan clearly shows the present layout. It offers great scope for modern day improvements. From the entrance porch the hallway offers access through to the principal reception rooms, which offer front aspect views and box windows, a study, kitchen/breakfast room and down to the basement level. The basement is currently utilised as a bedroom with access out to the garden. Further rooms on the ground floor include a utility and cloakroom. Three bedrooms can be located on the first floor with a laundry room, a family bathroom and a separate shower room. Two further bedrooms can be found on the second floor. Property Ref: STR180167.
On arrival you see an impressive Cotswold stone boundary wall with gated pedestrian access up to the property and stone pillars either side of the short driveway, which offers vehicle parking. To the left of the property there is a high red brick wall offering privacy and enclosing the garden. The majority of the grounds are sloping or terraced and are made up of pathways, rockeries, flower and shrub borders. There are a variety of tree species. Views across to the valley towards Summer Street can be enjoyed from the house and gardens.
Situated on the fringes of the beautiful and famous Laurie Lee's Slad Valley, this property is also less than a mile away from the centre of Stroud. This market town has a Bohemian feel and is popular for its 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.
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Five further bedrooms