The Hollies, Nailsworth Hill


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Tucked away at the end of a private driveway, and set up high overlooking the sought after town of Nailsworth and commanding spectacular views stands this beautiful character five bedroom family home offering plenty of space and flexibility.

Entrance is into the hall which benefits from a cloakroom. Leading off the kitchen which has been beautifully updated in a contemporary style with plenty of built in units and built in appliances, there is also room for a breakfast table and chairs.

Following on there is a good size, well proportioned dining room featuring an original Victorian open fireplace. Double glazed doors open into the fine, spacious conservatory from which one can take in the truly breath-taking views of the surrounding landscape. Outer glazed doors lead to an elevated patio area overlooking the garden.

The sitting room, again of generous proportions, features a fine, original marble-surround fireplace. A lovely bay window encaptures the delightful views.

Upstairs to the first floor there are three principal double bedrooms - the well-proportioned master enjoying particularly attractive views over the garden and surrounding countryside. There is also a good size family bathroom with a separate WC and convenient utility room. To the second floor there are a further two bedrooms, one of which is a double, and on the landing there are built-in wardrobes and storage cupboards and a door leading to the external fire escape.

To the outside, the garden and grounds extend to approximately one third acre, and include a timber garden tool shed and an attractive variety of mature ornamental trees, shrubs and fruit bushes.

The property also enjoys a separate building to the side of the house, comprising on the upper floor a large office with two further rooms at the lower ground floor level, currently used as a workshop and for tool storage. There is private parking for three cars.

AMENITIES The nearest town of Nailsworth is about half a mile away, where you will find supermarkets, delicatessens including the acclaimed Williams Kitchen fish market & food hall plus a wonderfully diverse selection of fashionable boutiques and shops, salons, antiques & furniture shops and galleries for local craftspeople who have an annual arts festival. The town also offers a post office, butchers, grocery shops, pubs, doctors, dentists and a public library.

The area has excellent schools including a boys and girls grammar school in Stroud and local private schools include Beaudesert and Wycliffe. Approximately 4 miles away Stroud offers further food, grocery & clothes shopping; further cafes, restaurants and bars; leisure activities including Bowling, a Cinema, leisure centre with a lido and tennis courts.

Kemble Station is a 15 minute drive away making London an easy commute and Cirencester, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol, Swindon, the M4 and M5 are all within a 45minute drive.

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