Through the front door and into the light and airy entrance hall where you are provided access to every room. The first door to your left is to the larger of the two bedrooms, boasting double glazed window to front aspect. The living room is the next door on your left, spacious in size and offers views over the rear garden via the double-glazed window. The newly fitted, stunning kitchen diner is up next, and this is where you can really tell that the current owners have taken great care with the work they have put into the property. With oak effect laminate work tops, white high gloss wall and base units, sink, integrated dishwasher, cooker with electric hob and extractor hood over, space form washing machine and space for fridge/freezer. There is a small lean to from the kitchen providing access to the rear garden. The modern bathroom suite comprises corner shower unit, low level WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. Completing the accommodation is the second of the two bedrooms, again benefitting from double glazed window to front aspect.
To the front, there is a small garden laid to lawn. There is also a driveway providing off road parking for multiple vehicles, and also offers access to the garage. The enclosed rear garden is a fantastic space that is mainly laid to lawn.
The property is situated in the popular village of Eastington, which lies four miles West of Stroud and nine miles South of Gloucester. It is situated West of Stonehouse town and is extremely convenient for Junction 13 of the M5 motorway, the A38 and the A419 roads. There are useful facilities within Eastington such as a Community Centre, Village Hall, Co-op, post office, a butchers, hairdressers, two traditional pubs called The Old Badger and The Kings Head House. The property is located within the catchment area for Eastington Primary School which has an Outstanding Ofsted report. For further amenities and facilities, Stonehouse town is approximately 3.3 miles providing further facilities and train Station which has a mainline to London Paddington.
All mains are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council: Tax Band C - £1,775.51
From our office in Stonehouse, turn right and continue along the Bath Road until you reach the Horse Trough roundabout. At the roundabout, take the third exit onto the Bristol Road and then go over two roundabouts. At the third roundabout, take the first exit onto Spring Hill. Follow the road and up the hill until the next roundabout and take the first turning left onto the Bath Road. Then take the first left into Swallowcroft and follow the road up where you will find your property on your right hand side.