This location allows for easy access to local shops, amenities, and excellent schools. The current owner has obtained full planning permission to build two freehold properties with gardens and parking. For more information please visit Stroud District Council planning portal - Planning reference S.19/1944/REM
Both properties when built will provide approximately 1530 sq ft of living accommodation, consisting of -
Open plan kitchen/dining/family room 8.4m x 5.3m
Living Room 4.15m x 3.39m
Study 3.2m x 1.9m
Master Bedroom 3.84m x 3.39m
Dressing Room 3.39m x 1.47m
En shower room to master
Bedroom 2 3.83m x 3.19m
Bedroom 3 3.35m x 3.19m
The stormwater for both plots has been carried out along with soakaway crates and the diversion of the existing water. The foul manholes are in place ready to split off and go across to the main connection.
Walls: K-Rend Limestone White Render and Marley Eternit Cedral Cladding C51 light grey.
Roof: Marley Eternit Slates, blue/black.
Windows: White aluminium.
Boundary: Timber fencing and walling.
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 mainline 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.
The land is sold with a freehold title.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the road.