Upon entering this home, you are welcomed with a spacious entrance hall that offers doors to the kitchen, living room and stairs to the first floor. The living room is generous in size, and with a large window to the front and a gas fireplace. Extending into the family room, the living room offers ample space. The extended family room boasts French doors and windows to the garden, as well as a door to the dining room. The kitchen offers grey matching wall and base units, with worksurface over. A matching breakfast bar has been cleverly positioned to offer additional dining space to the home. There is a one bowl, inset, stainless steel sink, two built in cupboards and space for a Range style oven. A quaint archway leads into the dining room. The light and airy dining room benefits from a French door to the garden, allowing for open plan and al fresco entertaining. The ground floor further benefits from a sunroom, with sliding doors overlooking the garden, a utility room with plumbing for a washing machine, useful work surface and a window, and a cloakroom. On the first floor there are two double bedrooms with windows to the rear elevation. The bedrooms both offer two built in cupboards. A further third bedroom is also located on the first floor. The second floor offers a spacious dressing area with a door to a spacious attic room. The large rooms have Velux style windows with views across Doverow Hill and beyond. Servicing the bedrooms is the family bathroom on the first floor. The bathroom comprises a white three-piece suite with a modern shower over the bath.
To the front of the property, there is ample off-road parking. The driveway is mostly enclosed with large hedgerows and a range of mature plants. The rear garden is deceptively spacious. The mature shrubs and plants have been carefully positioned to create a cottage style garden. There is a range of patio, lawn, and stoned areas to create a useable family space. The garden is fully enclosed with a mixture of panelled fencing, a brick wall and large hedgerow.
The property is located on the edge of Stonehouse town. Local facilities and amenities include a Co-op with post office, restaurants, and primary and secondary schools. The property is approximately 3.6 miles to Junction 12 of the M5 motorway, providing access to Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Bristol. 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.
All mains’ services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council. Tax Band B. £1,586.11. Please note the local authority may review and change the council tax band during the conveyancing process.
From our office in Stonehouse, turn left onto the High Street continuing under the railway bridge where the High Street then becomes Gloucester Road. At the first mini roundabout, take the second exit onto Kings Road. Follow the road up, and the property will be found shortly afterwards on the right-hand side.