Description This elegant Victorian townhouse is superbly located just a short moments' walk to Stonehouse train station and many more amenities. The present owners have made various improvements to the property decoratively as well as re-roofing the property in c.2014 and installing a downstairs WC. Spanning over three floors, the accommodation is presented to a beautiful standard whilst showcasing the Victorian character. In all, the family sized accommodation extends to 1,646 sq.ft.
On the ground floor, there is a gracious entrance hall featuring stone tiled flooring and a stained-glass door to the rear garden. Off which, there are three reception rooms comprising a front living room with an open fireplace and bay window, a versatile utility/study and a dining room also with a fireplace and is open plan to the kitchen. The kitchen has been beautifully fitted with bespoke locally made units with soft close drawers and a pull-out larder incorporating built in appliances such as a fridge/freezer and dishwasher. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, a study and a modern shower room whilst the top floor has two further double bedrooms and a bathroom.
Outside and to the front, there is off road parking for 3+ cars and a small low maintenance garden. The delightful rear garden is of good-size and has been recently landscaped with a reclaimed red brick terrace, pergola and steps down to a lawn with well-tended mature borders and a further gravelled seating area. Within the garden there is a timber shed and garden store off the kitchen which has power and a sink.
Situation Stonehouse is a popular town located on the edge of the beautiful Cotswold valleys and the Stroud district. The town has a good range of amenities including two supermarkets and a choice of schooling. The larger market town of Stroud is famous for its award-winning farmers market and café culture, and enjoys a wealth of amenities to include supermarkets, a hospital, eateries, shops and plenty more. An excellent choice of private schools in the area include Cheltenham College, Cheltenham Ladies College, Beaudesert Park, and Wycliffe College. Stonehouse is superbly located for commuting with Stonehouse train station providing networks from Cheltenham to London. The M5 is within easy reach for access to Bristol, Bath, Cheltenham, Gloucester and the M4 for further road connections. Ample local sporting opportunities including a number of golf courses and National Hunt racing at Cheltenham and excellent walks in the surrounding countryside including The Cotswold Way.
Tenure&services We understand the property is Freehold with gas, water and drains mains.
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