Brimscombe, Stroud


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This is a perfect example of a 1930's semi detached family home, well presented and maintained throughout. On approach having paved driveway with chipping area providing parking for three/four cars up to a single garage/workshop. Internally, entrance porch leads into the hall. Modern fitted kitchen with wooden worktops and lovely freestanding cooker. A wealth of units throughout and wooden flooring. Steps lead down to the dining room with exposed floorboards. Side entrance hall and downstairs cloakroom. A family sitting room with incredible views across the valley and garden. To the first floor, three bedrooms and small family bathroom having stunning views. Well presented throughout.

Access from the side leads to a terrace with greenhouse, also benefitting from a door to under house storage having restricted head height. Steps lead to a lawned area with a wealth of planting and a lovely archway of fruit trees with a bamboo archway, summerhouse, raised vegetable beds and wild meadow area. From the garden fantastic views across the valley of a southerly aspect. There is also an opportunity to extend if required subject to the necessary planning permissions required. Conveniently located for both senior and junior schools.

AMENITIES Brimscombe is a popular area a couple of miles east of Stroud. The historic building of the former Brimscombe Port is just below the property, with a well regarded primary school a few yards up the road. Canalside walks are on the doorstep and amenities available at nearby Brimscombe Corner include a post office and general store. Stroud town offers a wider range of shops, amenities and a train station with direct London (Paddington) service. Nailsworth two miles, Cirencester (11 miles), Cheltenham (14 miles) and Swindon (26 miles) are all within comfortable driving distance.

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Perry Bishop & Chambers - Stroud

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