- Three Bedroomed Victorian Semi Detached Property
- Two Reception Rooms
- Character Features
- Enclosed Rear Garden
- EPC Rating D60
- Chain Free
An entrance hall with quarry tiled flooring welcomes you into this charming property with original features. There are two reception rooms. The living room located to the front of the property has a sash window with views over towards Selsley Common. The dining room has a fireplace with wood burner, under stairs storage cupboard, window into the utility and step up into the kitchen. The kitchen which is located to the rear of the property has windows to both rear and side elevation, a range of units with work surface over, inset one bowl stainless steel sink, space for electric cooker, space for fridge freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, dishwasher and wall mounted Worcester combination boiler. There is a door that leads into a utility/garden room which is fully double glazed with French doors that lead out into the garden.
On the first floor, the landing has a useful storage cupboard and access to the loft via a hatch. The loft is bordered with a light and an integrated loft ladder. Subject to the relevant permission, it offers potential to create a further bedroom. There are two double bedrooms, single bedroom and family bathroom. Bedroom one benefits from views of Rodborough common whereas bedrooms two and three offers views to Selsley Common. The bathroom is a good sized with a bath with shower over, wash hand basin and WC, tiled splash backs and useful shelving.
To the front of the property, there is ornate wrought iron fencing and a gate enclosing the front garden which has shrub planting. There is gated side access leading into the rear garden. To the rear of the property, there is an enclosed garden which is laid to lawn with a gravelled seating area and a patio area. There is also a wooden shed and an outside tap.
Local amenities nearby include the well regarded Gastrells school, Rodborough community primary school and the Kings Head public house. A wider range of facilities are available in nearby Stroud approximately a mile distant to include several state and private schools, restaurants and public houses, an award winning weekly farmers market, leisure and sports centre and also a main line railway station with intercity services connecting with London (Paddington). Gloucester (8 miles), Cheltenham (12 miles) Cirencester (15 miles) and Bristol (20 miles) and Junction 13 (M5 motorway) are also within easy driving distance. There is also a nearby cycle path to both Nailsworth and Stroud as well as lovely local walks.
From our office in Stonehouse, turn left onto the Bath Road. At the Horse Trough roundabout take the second exit onto the A419 and at the next roundabout take the first exit to stay on this road. At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Dudbridge Hill and turn left onto Kitesnest Lane and take the first right onto Ash Road. The property will be found on the left hand side with our "For Sale" board outside.
Tenure, Services and Council Tax
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band B- £1,322.65 (2018-2019).