As you enter the property, there are many character features befitting it’s Victorian era. From the hallway there are doors to the living room and sitting room, as well as stairs leading to the lower ground floor and first floor. The sitting room is light and airy with dual sash windows to the front of the property, a wrought iron fireplace and built-in cupboard. The living room offers a spacious entertainment space with log burner being the focal point of the room, whilst offering more storage by way of a built-in cupboard. On the lower ground floor, there is a modern kitchen/breakfast room with a range of wall and base units, an integrated five ring Neff gas hob and Neff electric oven with extractor over. There is space for a dining table and there is a useful breakfast bar. There is an integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer and washing machine. The French doors from the kitchen spill out onto the courtyard. There is a WC and pedestal wash hand basin situated off the kitchen. The dining area is down the hall where there is a door up to Regent Street and a dining room on the right providing another space, which could also be used as a playroom if required. Heading up the stairs, and continuing to the first floor, you have two of the four bedrooms, both fitted with a built in wardrobe, and the shower room. Bedroom number one boasts dual windows to the front aspect allowing ample natural daylights to ooze in. The shower room comprises low level WC, wash hand basin and a corner shower. Up the next flight of stairs to the top floor you reach the other two double bedrooms and main bathroom. the bathroom comprises bath with shower over, low level WC and wash hand basin.
There is a courtyard area which can be reached from the French doors from the kitchen, providing alfresco dining space. Leading on from the courtyard, there are two parking spaces, which in turn leads to the main garden which is mainly laid to lawn with flower and shrub borders. This is a well maintained and mature garden with a patio area and pergola providing an additional entertainment space. There is a large shed/workshop providing storage. From the parking area, there is access around to the front of the property and Regent Street.
The property is situated on Regent Street located just off Stonehouse High Street, one of the most sought after streets in Stonehouse. Offering easy access to Stonehouse Railway Station, local amenities and facilities. Local amenities include a Co op with a post office, restaurants, two pubs, two Doctors surgeries, community centre, primary and secondary schools. The Stonehouse Railway station has a main line to London (Paddington Station). Junction 12 of the M5 motorway is approximately 4.3 miles, providing access to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council Tax Band D: £2,039.28.
From our office in Stonehouse, turn left into Regent Street where the property can be found on the left hand side.