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Situated in the elevated setting of 'Old Stroud' within a mile of Stroud town centre lies this deceptively spacious end of terrace period property. The property offers well-proportioned, versatile family accommodation positioned over three floors. Clevedon House has been lovingly restored by the current owners, whilst retaining much of its original character, including fireplaces, exposed wooden floorboards and wooden cupboards. As you can see from the floor plan, the entrance hall leads to the kitchen/dining room which benefits from French doors out to the garden and a spacious sitting room with views down Horns Road and a fireplace housing a wood-burning stove. To the first floor there are two bedrooms, a refitted bath and shower room and a separate cloakroom. A further two bedrooms are situated on the second floor, both enjoying views over Daisy Bank. Property Ref: STR160174
From its elevated position on the edge of the market town of Stroud, the house enjoys partial views over the Golden Valley towards Thrupp, Butterrow and Rodborough Common. The property is located opposite Daisy Bank and Stroud Cemetery Nature reserve. Clevedon House offers direct access to the countryside, with the local 'beauty spot' The Heavens within easy reach.
Stroud sits below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills and is 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 and a vibrant farmers market. There are a selection of supermarkets, the nearest being Waitrose. The nearby M5 provides access to both Bristol & Cheltenham. Stroud mainline station provides a regular service to London (Paddington) in approximately 90 minutes.
Pretty, enclosed gardens are situated to the rear and offer an area of levelled lawn and decking encompassed by a range of established flower and shrub borders. The garden can be accessed from the kitchen or the parking area. The property also benefits from a detached studio/workshop and off-road parking for 2 vehicles.
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