Disclaimer: Please be aware, the stairs in this property are steep.
- Charming cottage
- Views across Stroud Valley
- Accommodation over three floors
- Generous garden
- Feature woodburner
- EPC Rating E48
You are welcomed into this charming, character cottage via the extended kitchen that comprises of modern base units with work top over, inset one bowl sink, space for washing machine, dishwasher and oven and is complimented with stone tiled flooring. The large room features dual aspect windows that allow plenty of natural light into the dining area that accommodates a large dining table. From the kitchen, is the living room. The living room boasts a large window with views across the Stroud Valley, as well as an exposed brick fireplace with a wood burner. The original wooden floorboards allow for the character of the property to be maintained. From the living room there is ample under stairs storage, as well as access to the inner and outer porches and stairs to the first floor. On the first floor, there is the bathroom that comprises a bath with an electric shower over, sink with cupboards underneath and WC. Bedroom two can also be found, that has a window to the side elevation and an over stairs cupboard. The landing has access to the second floor and under stairs storage. On the second floor, is the master bedroom. The large room features built in eaves storage, a window to the side elevation and wooden ceiling beams. Both bedrooms enjoy spectacular views.
To the rear of the property, you will find a long garden with panoramic views across the Stroud Valley. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with several patio areas that are perfect for al fresco dining. It is fully enclosed with a range of mature shrubs, as well as fencing and gated side access. The property also benefits from a single garage with a parking space in front.
The property is located with good access to a wide range of shops and amenities in nearby 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, Cheltenham and Swindon are all within driving distance. Butterrow Lane 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.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property
Stroud District Council, tax band C: £1,601.51
From our office in Stonehouse, turn right onto Bath Road and head towards the Horse Trough Roundabout. At the roundabout, take the second exit onto the A419, continue through one roundabout. At the next roundabout, take the third exit onto Cainscross road and immediately take the second exit onto Cainscross road. At the next roundabout, take the first exit onto Dr Newton’s Way and continue for half a mile. Take the second exit at the next roundabout onto London Road. Turn right onto Butterrow Hill and follow the road for approximately one mile. Bear left onto Butterrow Lane and the property will be found approximately 300 yards on the right hand side.