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This property's price has dropped from £400,000 to Guide Price £375,000.
A very charming detached 18th century cottage, tucked away in 'Old Stroud' with bright, spacious and versatile accommodation retaining an abundance of character features. The interior has been developed to integrate all the needs of the modern household whilst preserving a host of character features including an Inglenook fireplace, a second open fireplace, window seats and exposed wooden floors. As shown on the floor plan, the entrance porch leads into the open plan kitchen and dining room with a substantial Inglenook fireplace with a wood burner and entrance to the rear garden. The sitting room and conservatory can also be found on the first floor. To the first floor you can find two bedrooms and a bathroom and a 29' attic room to the second floor, used as a bedroom by the current owner. Planning permission has been granted for further enhancements to the property.
Stroud sits below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, encircled by five sweeping valleys. Once described by Jasper Conran as “The Covent Garden of the Cotswolds”, it is a market town with a Bohemian feel and many specialist shops, cafes, galleries, markets, cinema, bookstores, a vibrant farmers' market and a selection of supermarkets, the nearest being Waitrose. Stroud boasts a great variety of independent, state and grammar schools. The nearest motorway junction is 13 on the M5 providing access to Bristol and Cheltenham. Stroud mainline station provides a regular service to London (Paddington) in approx. 90 minutes.
The property offers a beautiful 'cottage-style' garden to the front, with a private raised seating terrace and access to the outbuilding, currently used as a utility. The pretty rear garden is accessed via steps from the kitchen and is mainly laid to lawn with a raised seating area and mature shrub and flower borders. A very peaceful spot on the outskirts of Stroud town. There is also access from the rear garden out onto The Chur where there is ample on road parking.
Planning Permission - Raise ridge height of roof and installation of dormer and roof light to rear. Erection of single storey rear extension in place of existing conservatory Ref: S.15/2166/HHOLD
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