The property offers light and airy accommodation and is entered via the hallway where there are doors to the living room, bathroom and kitchen/diner and stairs rising to the first floor. The living room offers a dual aspect and has a feature fireplace. The bathroom comprises a shower cubicle, low level WC and a sink enclosed in a vanity unit providing plenty of storage. Leading on along the corridor is the spacious kitchen/diner which again lets the natural light stream in and provides a dual aspect. There is space for a dining table as well as a useful breakfast bar area for informal dining. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units with a built-in eye level double oven, an electric hob, composite sink and space for a dish washer. The kitchen leads on to a useful utility area with wall and base units as well as space for additional white goods. There is a useful storage cupboard in the hall, before heading upstairs via the oak staircase to the first floor where two double bedrooms can be found, both with built-in wardrobes and a useful sink and vanity cupboard There is WC and sink situated at the top of the stairs equidistant to both bedrooms.
To the front of the property there is a courtyard garden mainly laid to patio with flower and shrub borders whilst being full enclosed by a low picket fence so as to enjoy the views of surrounding countryside and canal. There is also access to the grounds of Court Farm Mews which overlooks the 'Ocean' area of the canal, providing a seating area to fully appreciate the views. There is a single garage and additional parking space that is allocated to the property.
Court Farm Mews boasts a tranquil position on the outskirts of Stonehouse. Positioned in a rural location with an outlook over fields and the nearby canal, this is a idyllic setting whilst being close to Stonehouse town. Stonehouse itself provides various amenities including a Co op with a post office, restaurants, primary and secondary schools. Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is just under three miles. Stonehouse railway station has a regular train service to London and Cheltenham. The town is situated approximately three miles west of Stroud and twelve miles south of Gloucester.
It is believed that all mains services are connected to the property.
Stroud District Council, Tax Band D: £2,039.28.
Annual Service and Maintenance Charge: £320.00 per annum (to include Buildings Insurance and gardening of communal areas)
From our office in Stonehouse, turn right onto Bath Road. At the Horse Trough Roundabout, take the third exit onto Bristol Road. Continue straight for 0.8 miles and then turn left. Take the next right into the car park area for Court Farm Mews, where the visitors spaces can be found straight ahead.