This is one of the locations to choose when great views, a simple walk to the town centre and the chance to ramble where kingfishers flit are all things close to your heart.
Stroud is surrounded by the Cotswold Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It sits at the meeting point of the five valleys and, for many people, choosing a location where the views can be enjoyed is an important part of living here, one of the reasons why Kings Road is a popular spot, that and its proximity to Rodborough Common, a two hundred and eighty-seven acre site of special scientific interest managed by the National Trust.
This is somewhere that makes life in Stroud lovely. You can step out of your front door, enjoying lovely views and walk down the hill to the canal and into town, or you can head off for a good countryside ramble on the common.
The accommodation this chalet house provides has been altered, the garage converted to a living room, it might be a dining room, home office or even a fourth bedroom. The kitchen has been enlarged to make space for a breakfast table and utility area, it leaves you with a wonderful sitting room that has space for a dining table if you wanted it. Upstairs the bathroom has been stylishly updated, the bath removed and replaced with a large shower for convenience. The three bedrooms, combined with that extra room downstairs means this is a home that works well for a family and, with a great school just around the corner, it's a wonderful choice.
The terraced garden to the rear has patio, lawn, decking and space for a greenhouse.
Stroud’s Isambard Kingdom Brunel designed railway station sits on the Gloucester to Swindon line. Gloucester is ten miles, Cheltenham fourteen, Cirencester thirteen and Bristol twenty six, London is only ninety one miles.
If you don’t know Stroud, you’ll enjoy exploring and if you do know Stroud, you’ll understand why this is a great place to make home.Get in touch if you like this property.