Alkerton, Eastington
£195,000 Sold Subject to Contract

A two bedroom, semi detached cottage which is a hidden gem and benefits from a good sized garden. Located in the popular village of Eastington, this property offers charm and character throughout.
Disclaimer: the internal images were taking pre-tenancy.

  • Village Location
  • Two Bedroom Cottage
  • Kitchen/Diner
  • Good Sized Garden
  • *No stamp duty applies*
  • EPC Rating E43


The property is entered into kitchen/diner which offers plenty of natural light. There are matching wall and base units with work surface over and a one bowl stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for a washing machine, freestanding gas cooker and fridge freezer. A feature brick opening allows for a useful breakfast bar. There is a combination boiler and french doors lead into a aluminium greenhouse. From the kitchen, is the cosy living room with an open brick coal fireplace and dual aspect windows. There is a door leading to a staircase to the first floor and an under stairs cupboard. On the first floor, you will find a spacious double bedroom with vaulted ceiling with two exposed brick feature wall and bedroom two which is a single bedroom. The bathroom features a three piece suite to benefit from a shower over the bath. Please note that there is a flying freehold with bedroom one.


To the side of the property, there is a good sized garden which is currently laid to lawn with mature trees and shrubs and is fully enclosed with a side gate. There is also outside lighting.


The property is situated in the village of Eastington, which lies four miles West of Stroud and nine miles South of Gloucester. Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is nearby as well as the A38 and the A419 roads. Facilities in Eastington include a Community Centre, Village Hall, Co-op, post office, a butchers, hairdressers, and two traditional pubs. The property is located within the catchment area for Eastington Primary School which has an Outstanding Ofsted report.

Tenure, Services and Local Authority

All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council, Tax Band B - £1,455.67.


At the Horse Trough roundabout, take the third exit onto the Bristol Road and then go over two roundabouts. At the third roundabout, take the first exit onto Spring Hill which then becomes Alkerton Road. Then at the roundabout, turn right. On the right hand side you will find Broomhall Butchers with a lane to the right hand side of it. Follow the lane down to the bottom and the property will be found shortly afterwards on the left hand side.