You are welcomed into this home via the spacious dining area. The large room offers French doors to the garden, two Velux windows and is open plan to the kitchen and living room. The bespoke fitted kitchen benefits from cream wall and base units with solid wood worktop over. A Belfast style ceramic sink sits opposite the solid wood breakfast bar. A double width six ring gas hob and oven is offered with the property, as well as space for a washing machine and fridge freezer. The kitchen offers a large storage area, that also houses the combination boiler. The large living room is within the original part of the house that was built in approximately 1820, it has been carefully reconfigured to offer stairs to the first floor and a large wood burner. The wooden beams offer a character feel, whilst still being open plan with the dining room. On the ground floor, there is also a bathroom that will be fitted with a new bath, WC, and sink. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, one with a built-in wardrobe and an en-suite that will be fitted with a new shower, WC and sink. On the second floor you have the large master bedroom. The room is light and airy, with dual aspect windows.
The property offers a low maintenance garden. Mainly laid to lawn, the garden is fully enclosed with panelled fencing. Pathways lead to the gated entrance, as well as the enclosed car port and shed. The enclosed car port is laid with concrete and can fit two cars in, through the double doors.
Whitminster benefits from a range of excellent local amenities which include a popular village Primary School, village shop, village hall, Highfield Garden Centre, and a mobile post office. Whitminster playing field and pavilion offer the perfect setting for the community football and cricket games. There is a recently built children's play area and skate ramp. There are several eateries within the village such as The Whitminster Inn offering a selection of Chinese, English and Indian cuisine, The Old Forge Inn, and The Fromebridge Mill. Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is just over one mile providing easy and convenient access to Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Bristol.
All mains’ services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council. Tax Band C. £1,729.42.
From the Horse Trough roundabout in Stonehouse, take the third exit onto the A419. Continue over several roundabouts until you reach the roundabout on the A419. Take the third exit onto Grove Lane and then take the first left to continue onto Grove Lane. Follow the road until you reach the A38 and turn left. The property will be found shortly afterwards on the left-hand side.