A very well presented detached home situated in this popular village below rodborough common with westerly views over the woodchester valley
Entrance Hall, Sitting Room, Kitchen/Breakfast, Ground Floor Cloakroom, Utility Room, Rear Porch, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, First Floor Cloakroom, Front and Rear Garden, Garage, Parking.
The property is most easily found by leaving Stroud on the A46 in the direction of Nailsworth. Turn left (just after the entrance to Aldi), into Kitesnest Lane. Continue to the top turning right into Kingscourt Lane, keeping left thereafter onto Bowl Hill before turning left again into Glen Park Crescent. Number 25 is on the right hand side after a short distance.
Kingscourt is one of several little communities which fringe Rodborough Common, on the south side of Stroud. With an elevated position, one of the obvious attractions of living in Kingscourt are the views. Proximity to good services is another. At the foot of the hill is an Aldi supermarket, a major Sainsbury's is also nearby. In addition there are both Waitrose and Tescos supermarkets locally and the town itself retains a broad range of independent retailers together with its award winning Farmers' Market. Kingscourt has a good primary school (Gastrells) and a popular pub with a deserved reputation for its food. There are great walks in the vicinity especially on the Common, three challenging golf courses at nearby Minchinhampton and a Leisure Centre as well as a multiplex Cinema in Stroud. Excellent road and rail links are another advantage. There are frequent train services from Stroud Station into London Paddington (from about 90 minutes) and the M5 motorway which intersects the M4 just north of Bristol, also provides easy access to the West Midlands and Birmingham. Junction 13 (Stroud), is only just over 10 minutes drive from Kingscourt.
Number 25 Glen Park Crescent is a very well presented detached home with an elevated position and an east-west aspect, catching all the available sun. The outlook is across the Woodchester Valley towards the slopes of Selsley Common opposite. The vendors have invested extensively in the property which is now very well presented. The kitchen/breakfast room has been extended and improved, bathroom and cloakrooms modernised, wiring and plumbing updated and the house has been extensively re-decorated with new carpets etc. The result is a very welcoming and fresh feel with the wood burning stove in the sitting room creating just the right effect. The accommodation comprises an entrance porch to the hallway, a full width sitting room, the kitchen/breakfast room and a utility room leading to the rear porch with a cloakroom off. Upstairs are 3 bedrooms, the bathroom and a separate cloakroom. The property is extensively double glazed. There is an integral garage with off road parking in front of it and side access to the rear garden which is approximately 70 feet and west facing.
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