- 1930s Family Home
- 3 Bedrooms and a Dressing Room
- Family Bathroom and En suite
- Garage and Off Road Parking
- Large Rear Garden
- EPC Rating E53
The front door leads into a welcoming entrance hall with Karndean flooring which, in turn, leads to doors to the reception rooms. The living room is located at the front of the property and has a bay window with a panoramic view beyond the River Severn to the Forest of Dean and May Hill. There is a gas fireplace with an Oak mantle and a Marfil marble hearth. The second reception room overlooks the rear garden and could be used as a study/home office or a formal dining room. The heart of the home is the kitchen which is a good size and has a range of wood effect wall and base units with a rolled edge worktop, a ceramic style sink and integrated dishwasher and fridge freezer. The kitchen has underfloor heating and plenty of space for a large dining table. Just off the kitchen is a cloakroom, access to the garage, a useful lobby and a door leading to the rear garden. Through the French doors from the kitchen is a light and airy conservatory with underfloor heating and views of the garden and beyond to Doverow Hill. Upstairs on the first floor are two double bedrooms, both with panoramic views, and the family bathroom. There is also a dressing room which has stairs leading to the second floor. On the second floor is the master bedroom with an en suite shower room and features a dormer window to the rear and a Velux window.
There is off road parking to the front of the property and gated side access to the rear garden. The garage features an up and over door with power and lighting. The rear garden is fully enclosed with hedgerow and is mainly laid to lawn with a large patio area, established shrub borders and overlooks Doverow Hill. There is also a large metal shed, greenhouse and an outside tap.
The property is situated just on the edge of Stonehouse town. Local facilities include a Co-op with post office, primary and secondary schools. The town is close to the M5 motorway. Stonehouse railway station has a regular train service to Paddington, London. The town is situated approximately three miles west of Stroud and twelve miles south of Gloucester.
From our office in Stonehouse, continue along the high street and go under the railway bridge and the road now becomes Gloucester road. After a couple of hundred yards turn right onto Woodcock Lane and follow the road. As you approach the mini roundabout take a right and continue to the end of the road whilst bearing left, then turn right onto Cotswold Green. The property will be found on the left hand side.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band D -£1,877.16