A spacious entrance hall welcomes you into this family home, with original 1930’s three panelled doors leading to the bathroom, living room and stairs to the first floor. The spacious living room is light and airy with dual aspect windows overlooking the front and rear gardens. Further benefits of the room are a gas fireplace and cupboard with shelving. From the living room is the kitchen offering matching wall and base units with a breakfast bar. There is space for an under-counter fridge freezer and washing machine. The kitchen leads on to the spacious pantry and the conservatory. The conservatory sits perfectly overlooking the garden and offers a door to the patio area. The useful downstairs bathroom comprises a sink, WC, and wet-room style shower. On the first floor, there are two generous double bedrooms with windows overlooking the garden and offers further views across the Stroud Valley. The third and final bedroom is a generous single with a window to the front elevation.
To the front of the property there is a useful driveway and a small area of garden, mostly laid to gravel and plants. There is gated side access to the rear garden. The idyllic garden boasts views towards the Stroud Valley and offers a generous patio area, which is perfect for al fresco dining. There is a generous area of lawn with a path leading down the side towards the bottom of the garden. The garden is made up of a range of mature plants and shrubs as well as an impressive allotment. The allotment grows Carrots, Beetroot, Spring Onions, Green Beans, Kidney Beans, Shallots, Raspberries, Blackberries and Rhubarb. Amongst the mature garden, there is still space for two sheds and a greenhouse.
The property is located on the outskirts of Stroud with convenient access to local amenities and to the Town Centre, which is approximately within one mile. Amenities include a range of schools, supermarkets and newsagents, a leisure and sports centre, and an award-winning weekly farmers market. Junction 13 of the M5 Motorway is approximately just under five miles providing access to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band B- £1,610.25
From the office, head right until you reach the horse trough roundabout. Take your first left, and continue until you reach the Cainscross roundabout. From the roundabout, take the Cainscross Road following the signs for Stroud Town Centre. At the next roundabout, take the first exit continuing along the road and under the bridge. Turn right at the next roundabout and immediately left onto the Slad Road. Take the next immediate left onto Birches Drive, continuing onto Folly Lane until you reach the property on your right hand side.