Through the front door and into the entrance hall, you are greeted with a solid wood floor and provided access to the living room, kitchen/dining room, two bedrooms and bathroom. The first door on your left takes you to bedroom number one boasting an ornamental fireplace with stone surround, and window to front aspect. Across the hallway you have the living room, where the solid wood floor continues. Furthermore, there are dual aspect windows to the front and side aspect, and another fireplace with mantle surround. Continuing down the hallway on your left you have the second of the two double bedrooms with a window to side aspect. The bathroom is next to this room and comprises bath with shower over, low level WC, basin, heated towel rail, and vinyl flooring. Following the solid wooden flooring into the open plan kitchen-dining room, you are hit with a great sense of space and natural daylight. The dining space boasts another fireplace with brick surround. The kitchen is fitted with a range of wall and base units, sink, oven with gas hob, space for washing machine and fridge freezer. There are also two windows overlooking the rear garden, and two doors to front and side.
The mature rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with established boarders and a variety of shrubs and trees including Ash and Holly. There is also side access around the property via a lockable gate. The front garden has several seating areas which take full advantage of the panoramic views, there is also a pond, established shrubs and trees. There is a detached workshop (5.68 x 4.48) with power and light at the front of the property and off road parking for one vehicle.
Thrupp is a popular rural village which is approximately just under two miles from Stroud town with access to a wide range of shops and amenities both in nearby Brimscombe and in Stroud. Amenities include a range of schools, supermarkets and newsagents, a leisure and sports centre, and an award winning weekly farmers market. Stroud also offers a convenient main line railway station with a direct line to London (Paddington) while Cirencester (10 miles), Cheltenham (18 miles) and Swindon (25 miles) are all within driving distance. Thrupp itself is an ideal area for enjoying a range of lovely countryside walks in the surrounding hills, while good cycling and walking routes can be found along the canal with connections to Stroud, Stonehouse and Chalford.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council. Tax band D: £1,965.46
From Stroud take the A419 towards Cirencester. Continue through the first set of traffic lights, then take your second left onto Thrupp Lane. Carry on up the hill and following the road round to the right, you will reach the property on your right hand side.