Offered to the market chain free is this large detached Grade II listed Cotswold stone cottage. This four/five-bedroom character property needs complete renovation, as well as having the potential to add further accommodation if required. It benefits from a large garden, off road parking and is situated in one of the most sought after locations in Nailsworth.
Due to the nature of the property, parties requiring a mortgage cannot be considered.
- Cotswold Stone
- Grade II listed
- Stripped back to the structure
- 0.35 of an acre
- EPC Exempt
Previously purchased in 2015, the current owners have stripped the property back to its shell ready for complete renovation. The property is entered via a spacious entrance hall and leads on to what could be two reception rooms, a large kitchen diner with utility and rear lobby. The first floor comprises of three rooms, ideally used for bedrooms, and a further room for a family bathroom. There are two attic rooms in this property, the first accessed via one of the bedrooms and the second accessed by the stairs on the landing of the first floor. The property is full of potential and will be a perfect family home when renovated.
The overall size of the plot is approximately 0.35 of an acre. Much of the garden is laid to lawn with a variety of mature trees and shrubs. There is also a variety of outbuildings, one of which was used as a local chapel for several years. There is off road parking for several vehicles. There are stunning views across Nailsworth and up towards Box Woods.
Nailsworth is a small but busy market town hidden in the Stroud Valleys, situated on the west side of The Cotswolds. Nailsworth is full of thriving local businesses and a good range of independent shops and amenities. There is a popular farmers' market every four weeks as well as a diverse selection of restaurants. Nailsworth was the first Fair Trade town in the area and this is reflected in its style of food shops, craft shops and eateries. The nearby market towns of Wotton-Under-Edge, Stroud, Dursley and Tetbury provide for everyday needs and the regional centres of Bristol, Cheltenham and Cirencester are within easy daily commuting distance.
Tenure, Services & Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council, tax band: D, £1,894.30
From our office in Stonehouse, turn left onto the Bath Road. At the roundabout take the second exit onto the A419 and at the next roundabout take the first exit and stay on this road. At the next roundabout take the third exit onto Dudbridge Hill and then right onto the Bath Road. Stay on this road continuing to follow the A46 and as you arrive into Nailsworth, at the roundabout turn right onto Spring Hill and the property will be found shortly after on the left hand side with our "For Sale" board outside.
Please be aware that you enter this property at your own risk.
There are loose floorboards in many rooms as well as NO floorboards in some rooms and hallways.
The wooden beams are currently being held in place by Acrow Props and are not deemed stable.
Please wear sensible clothing and footwear for your visit.
Naylor Powell will not be held responsible for any harm or injury to persons during their visit.