About this property
Located in a desirable location lies this well presented semi-detached home boasting stunning views. Recently renovated, it offers spacious living accommodation adorned with charming period features. The property includes a garage, ample parking, and a generous gardens measuring 0.41 acres.
This impressive semi-detached residence, recently renovated, enjoys a sought-after location with fabulous views. This charming red brick home offers spacious accommodation with period features throughout. Entering through into the porch, you will find a spacious hall with a Victorian tiled floor. The sitting room boasts wooden flooring, a bay window to the front, and an ornate feature fireplace. Adjacent to this is a family room, also enjoying wooden flooring and built-in cabinet. A modern garden room, designed with generous glass features, effortlessly merges indoor and outdoor spaces. The 18ft ceiling and mezzanine, currently used as a games or family room, create an extraordinary setting. Accessible through these doors, a paved patio offers an ideal place for alfresco dining. The well-proportioned kitchen is equipped with plenty of built-in units and a spacious breakfast area. French doors from the kitchen lead out to the garden, a further cloakroom can be found on the ground floor. The first floor hosts two good size double bedrooms benefitting from wooden flooring and a modern family bathroom. The main bedroom can be found on the second floor with built storage, wooden flooring and an en-suite bathroom. Property Ref STR220255
Outside, there's a garage and ample parking for several vehicles. The spacious garden measures a total plot size of 0.41 of an acre with multiple zones for entertaining, including a raised deck, a paved patio, and a generous paved entertainment space that extends to the canal waterway. Additionally, there's a decked area by the water's edge.
Stroud, a historic town nestled at the confluence of five valleys, is renowned as a hub for arts, crafts, and its popular weekly Farmers Market, recently hailed as the country's finest. The town boasts two state Grammar Schools, along with Archway School, a mixed Comprehensive Secondary School. In close proximity lie various Independent Schools, including Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse, and the esteemed Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College, both a mere half-hour drive away. Stroud/Stonehouse benefits from excellent transportation connections, with direct train access to London Paddington and easy car routes to Bath and Bristol.
Two Reception Rooms
Main With En-Suite
- Kitchen/Breakfast Room
- Two Reception Rooms
- Garden Room
- Games Room
- Three Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Main With En-Suite
Council Tax Band: 2
Energy Performance Certificate
† ** The 4.7% annual interest rate is based on the Connells Group average mortgage interest rate taken from the period of 01/01/2023 – 30/06/2023 and is correct as at 04/07/2023.
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