- Updated On:
- August 26, 2022
- 3 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
A lovely expanded three-bedroom semi-detached home in the Arts & Crafts style is located not far from the town centre. This area is well-known in the area for its friendly neighbourhood and provides quick access to the shops, train station, and other facilities like Daisy Bank Park, the well-liked Crown and Sceptre Pub, and country walks. This house has a sizable piece of land with a gorgeous detached annex. Storm porch, hallway with under-stair storage, lovely dual aspect living room (23′) with underfloor heating and doors to the backyard, dual aspect dining room (14′) that flows nicely into fitted kitchen with integrated dishwasher and breakfast area, utility room, and downstairs w/c are all on the ground floor.
The master bedroom, which is 15 feet long with an en-suite shower room, the second bedroom, which is 13 feet long with dual windows and a fireplace, the family bathroom, which is modern and fitted with a shower, and the third bedroom, which is 12 feet long with built-in wardrobes and a fireplace, are all accessible from the landing up the stairs. The property’s front has a clear view of Rodborough Common and The Heavens to the south. Along with having double glazing and gas central heating, the home also has dark wood window sills, door frames, and architraves, a lovely front door, as well as the previously mentioned wooden flooring and fireplaces.
A new bathroom, landscaping, clearing of the garden to accommodate a new patio seating area, a new terrace at the top of the garden, and designing and constructing the independent annex are all examples of improvements made by the present vendors to the property.
A sizable terraced garden that can be accessible from the living room, kitchen, and side access completes the interior. A lovely, sizable patio seating area with steps leading up to a level grass, the annex, and separate potting and tool sheds is located right at the back of the property and is perfect for parties and al fresco dining. Two 10′ underfloor heated rooms, a shower room, and a toilet are included in the annex, which was constructed in 2018 and includes wood flooring, mains water, power, and a data connection. This provides good flexibility for working from home or as prospective housing. Two further sizable ponds, an orchard, a wild meadow bank, a magnificent level area with planted borders, raised beds, additional fruit trees, a new greenhouse, and another patio are all features of the remaining landscape. There is unrestricted on-street parking as well as off-street parking for two automobiles.
Along with numerous locally owned businesses, pubs that serve beers and cider made in the area, and a range of cafes, bars, and restaurants where people can gather to eat and socialise, Stroud town is home to a well-liked and award-winning weekly farmers market. For a variety of market stalls, food stalls, and shops, the recently opened “Five Valleys” retail centre is of particular significance and is unquestionably worthwhile a visit. In the surrounding neighbourhood, there are a variety of stores and services, including supermarkets, a hospital, public and private schools, a recreation and sports complex, and a main line railway station with intercity trains to London (Paddington). The distances between Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (15 miles), and Swindon (25 miles) are all manageable by car.