Bath Road, Stroud
A delightful four storey townhouse that is beautifully presented throughout. Two FOR SALE
receptions both having fireplaces, fitted kitchen, cellar. Four bedrooms over two
floors with family bathroom and an en-suite to the master. Enclosed garden to the
front and a very pretty rear courtyard garden
Bath Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 3JR
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344
This is a lovely example of a red bricked period four storey townhouse on the edge of Stroud centre, convenient to all Stroud towns amenities. Wealth of period features throughout, fireplaces, sash windows, dado rails and true to its era good sized rooms that are light and airy. On approach parking for one car to the front.
A gate provides access up to the entrance.
Internally : Entrance hall with stairs leading to all floors above, enclosed door provides access to the cellar.
Cellar offers storage space, light and electric. Sitting room with open fireplace and wooden surround, views to the front garden.
A very good sized dining/family room with a further fireplace having log burner inset. View to the rear courtyard garden.
A fully fitted kitchen complete with built in appliances and under floor heating. Door leads to rear garden.
To the first floor, two good sized bedrooms and a family bathroom.
A lovely landing with sash window to the front before going to the floor above.
Then having a master bedroom with built in wardrobes and En-suite shower room.
A further double bedroom to the front.
To the rear, an enclosed courtyard garden with rear gate.
Laid to chippings with a paved area ideal for early morning coffee before starting the day.
A raised bed for planting with an archway leading to the rear gate.
This is a compact garden offering easy maintenance. To the front an enclosed garden all laid to lawn.
A great home ideal for a family not wanting a large garden, but having outside space or working from home.
Well maintained throughout and has been enjoyed by the current owner and her family for over 13 years.
The moment we saw Spillmans Villas, nearly 14 years ago, we fell in love with its grandness. It is a fine house set in the beautiful valleys of Stroud. We have enjoyed walking our dog along the canal paths and up on Minchinhampton common. We also love the short walk to town to enjoy the Café culture and wealth of activities it offers all year long.
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Benefitting from a convenience store opposite and public house a short walk from the house.
Local Rodborough Community Primary School a short walk as well as the train station.
From Stroud station there is a direct line into Paddington which takes approximately 90 minutes.
Great walks along the canal and a short drive takes you to the most picturesque Minchinhampton Common where you can get lovely ice cream from Winstone’s Parlour or a bite to eat at The Old Lodge or The Bear at Rodborough Hotel.
Stroud, which has developed from its woollen mill heritage into a centre of the modern arts and crafts movement.
It has a well supported and award winning local farmers market on a Saturday morning that must be visited.
Offering a wealth of local produce and a fantastic atmosphere.
A great variety of independent shops and cafes, a selection of national supermarkets.
A hospital, two state grammar schools for boys and girls, and several mixed comprehensive schools.
having two well regarded independent schools Beaudesert Park in Minchinhampton, Wycliffe College at Stonehouse.
Close by the towns of Nailsworth and Stonehouse offering a variety of shops and places to eat.
With larger towns of Cirencester, Cheltenham within 45 minutes and approximately one hour to Bath and Bristol.
- Stunning Red Bricked Town House
- Accommodation over Four Floors
- Two Receptions with Fireplaces
- Fitted Kitchen with Garden View
- Master bedroom with En-Suite
- Three Further Good Sized Bedrooms
- Well presented throughout
- Enclosed front lanwed garden
- Pretty Courtyard garden to the rear
- Parking for one car to the front