A detached, Cotswold stone, character property located in an elevated position of Thrupp with four bedrooms, two reception rooms and two bathrooms. The property has been meticulously renovated and benefits from original features with modern fixtures, fittings and a brand new boiler. Outside, there is a gravelled drive with off road parking and a beautiful wrap around garden with far reaching views over towards Minchinhampton common.
- Four Bedroom Detached Family Home
- Character Features
- Fantastic Views
- Stunning Bathrooms
- EPC Rating D66
- Brand New Boiler
A beautifully presented, character family home which has been renovated and refurbished to a high standard. The entrance hall with Quarry tiled flooring and under floor heating has doors leading to the living room, dining room and kitchen. The living room with windows to both front and rear elevations is a good size with a working feature fireplace. The kitchen benefits from modern wall and base high gloss units with granite work surface over, incorporating stainless steel sink, integrated cooker and hob with extractor hood over, integrated fridge freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble drier. The dining room offers more base units, an integrated microwave and fantastic far reaching views. On the first floor, there are three double bedrooms, family bathroom and a study area with stairs leading to the second floor. The bathroom is fully tiled with underfloor heating, a feature roll top freestanding bath with shower attachment, WC, wash hand basin and walk in double shower cubicle. On the top floor is the landing which has built in storage and leads on to the master bedroom and En suite. The master bedroom benefits from built in wardrobes and a double aspect with far reaching views, double doors leading into the En suite. The en suite is larger than normal in size and features under floor heating, a freestanding roll top bath bath, walk in double shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin and panoramic views.
Outside to the front of the property, there is a wrap around garden with a landscaped area of lawn with mature shrub boarders, picket fencing and outstanding views over to Minchinhampton Common. There is also a paved patio area to the side which would make an ideal entertaining area, there is also a wooden log store and shed. To the rear of the property, there are steps leading up to a further lawned area with bespoke metal railings and underneath is a secure storage shed with power and light. There is a gravelled driveway providing off road parking for several cars and a particular feature is the original bakery ovens from an old bakery.
Thrupp is a popular rural village approximately a mile out from Stroud with access to a wide range of shops and amenities both in nearby Brimscombe and in Stroud. Amenities include a range of schools, supermarkets and newsagents, a leisure and sports centre, and an award winning weekly farmers market. Stroud also offers a convenient main line railway station with a direct line to London (Paddington) while Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (18 miles) and Swindon (25 miles) are all within driving distance. Thrupp itself is an ideal area for enjoying a range of lovely countryside walks in the surrounding hills, while good cycling and walking routes can be found along the canal with connections to Stroud, Stonehouse and Chalford.
Leave Stroud via the London Road, continuing for approximately 1.1 miles then take a left turn onto Brewery Lane and then take another left onto Spring Lane. Follow the lane and the property will be found in front of you with our "For Sale" board outside.
Tenure, Services, Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band B - £1,336.85.