You are welcomed into this home, into the kitchen/diner. The dining area offers French doors to the greenhouse, and a window overlooking a portion of the garden. Newly fitted reclaimed wood flooring follows the dining area into the kitchen, that features an exposed brick half-wall supported with a wooden beam. The newly fitted kitchen comprises white shaker-style base units with black hardware. There is a Belfast style ceramic sink sitting underneath another window that overlooks the shrubbery. Additional benefits of the kitchen include space for a fridge freezer, washing machine and oven. A barn style wooden door leads into the living room, that also benefits from reclaimed wood flooring and an exposed brick wall and chimney breast. The dual aspect windows flood the room with plenty of natural light, and the open coal fireplace transforms the room into a cosy snug. Heading to the first floor, the characterful staircase offers another exposed brick wall. The second bedroom is a good size double, with a window overlooking the recently transformed garden and a part-exposed chimney breast on the opposing wall. The master bedroom heavily features the character of the home with wooden beams on the ceiling and two exposed red brick walls. Generous in size, the bedroom offers ample space and storage with built in shelving. The bedrooms are serviced by the newly fitted bathroom that comprises bath, WC, and sink. There is plumbing for a shower and radiator also.
The property offers a generously sized garden, that is fully enclosed with a range of trees and shrubs. A new allotment area has been added towards the bottom of the garden, enabling a self-sufficient lifestyle.
The property is situated in the village of Eastington, which lies four miles West of Stroud and nine miles South of Gloucester. Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is nearby as well as the A38 and the A419 roads. Facilities in Eastington include a Community Centre, Village Hall, Co-op, post office, a butcher, hairdressers, and two traditional pubs. The property is located within the catchment area for Eastington Primary School which has an Outstanding Ofsted report.
Freehold. Please note that the property also holds a flying freehold within the master bedroom.
All mains’ services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council. Tax Band B. £1,553.56.
At the Horse Trough 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 which then becomes Alkerton Road. Then at the roundabout, turn right. On the right-hand side, you will find Broomhall Butchers with a lane to the right-hand side of it. Follow the lane by foot to the bottom and the property will be found shortly afterwards on the left-hand side.