Ceramic tiled flooring in the porch, with dual aspect, slimline stained-glass windows. 1930’s style door leading to entrance hall. The entrance hall is carpeted, with doors leading to the living room, dining room and stairs to the first floor.
Beige carpet, dual aspect windows with radiator beneath. Open fireplace with tiled hearth. Inset alcoves with shelving.
Beige carpet, dual aspect windows with radiator beneath. Opening into the kitchen. Door leading to rear lobby area. Understairs storage.
Tile effect vinyl flooring. Matching wall and base units with laminate work surface over. Space for oven, washing machine and fridge freezer. One bowl inset stainless steel sink with drainer positioned underneath the window to the front elevation.
Tiled flooring, door to the garden and cloakroom.
Beige carpet, dual aspect windows with views to Walkley Wood and radiator underneath. Built-on wardrobe over the stairs.
Beige carpet, window to the front elevation, radiator to the side elevation. Over stairs storage and inset alcove shelving.
Tile effect vinyl flooring. Bath with electric shower over, low level WC, wash hand basin. Half tiled, white walls, window to the rear elevation.
To the front of the property is a winding path, bordered by a range of mature trees, plants and drystone walls. Gated side access on either side of the property leads to the garden. The elevated rear garden is mainly laid to lawn. Enclosed in a range of fencing and hedgerows, the mature garden boasts views towards Walkley Wood and Shortwood.
All mains’ services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council. Tax band D. £2,215.61 per annum (2023/2024)
Nailsworth is a small but busy market town hidden in the Stroud Valleys, situated on the west side of The Cotswolds and is full of thriving local businesses and a good range of independent shops and amenities. There is a popular farmers' market every four weeks as well as a diverse selection of restaurants. Nailsworth was the first Fair Trade town in the area, and this is reflected in its style of food shops, craft shops and eateries. The nearby market towns of Wotton-Under-Edge, Stroud, Dursley and Tetbury provide for everyday needs and the regional centres of Bristol, Cheltenham and Cirencester are within easy daily commuting distance.
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