Beards Lane, Stroud
A delightful Edwardian three storey semi detached home, walking distance of stroud centre offering a wealth of character throughout. Enclosed front garden, internally sitting room with period fire surround, log burner inset, good sized dining room, fitted kitchen with views to the garden. Side lobby/boot room. Three good sized bedrooms over two floors and a four piece family bathroom. Light and airy with lovely views to playing fields front and back. Private good sized rear garden complete with vegetable patch and garden shed. Backdrop of playing fields with delightful trees.
Beards Lane, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 4HD
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344
This property is a delightful three storey semi-detached red bricked Edwardian house, believed to have been built around 1912, offering a wealth of charm and period features from the moment you walk inside. Situated in a well regarded road within walking distance to all Stroud has to offer and very convenient to local schools. The owners have enjoyed living in the property with their family and animals for 10 years and we also understand from the owner that it is a great neighbourhood community.
On approach, a gate leads into a small enclosed garden with slate chippings and seating area. Internally, a cosy sitting room with a delightful period fireplace and log burner inset. Dining room with period fire surround and mantle with ornamental fireplace, fitted bookshelves and a door enclosing the stairs to the first floor and very handy under stairs storage cupboard. Fitted kitchen with a wealth of units, also having a superb larder cupboard, quarry tiled flooring and views to the garden. Door leads to a side lobby/boot room with a door out to the garden.
Lovely painted stairs lead to the first-floor landing with exposed painted floorboards through all rooms. Bedroom one is a light and airy double room with window to the front offering views over the school playing fields and across to Selsley church. Bedroom three is a good-sized room with window overlooking the garden and playing fields behind. A four piece family bathroom suite with linen cupboard housing a gas combi boiler, completes the first floor accommodation. Stairs to the second floor lead to a further double bedroom with a wealth of eaves storage and lovely views from two Velux windows to the rear across to top of Stroud and beyond.
Outside, a brickette terraced area, central pathway with a lawned area, vegetable and fruit growing bed. The pathway continues to a large garden shed. The garden has beautiful trees overhanging from the rear providing privacy and a lovely backdrop. The property benefits from side access that is shared with the neighbour.
Overall, a lovely home where the character has been exposed and combined with modern living. Great location provides the conveniences of nearness to town and also great location for walks along the canal.
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The property is conveniently located to all that Stroud has to offer but benefits from being situated in a residential no through lane. Stroud sits below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, encircled by five sweeping valleys. Stroud has been described as "The Covent Garden of the Cotswolds". Stroud is a well-known centre for arts and crafts and the weekly Farmers Market has been voted the best in the country and the newly completed indoor Five Valleys shopping centre is a fantastic attraction. An annual textile festival is held in the town as well as various exhibitions at the Subscription Rooms and at The Museum in the Park. Stroud has a wealth of local pubs and restaurants and the very well regarded Stroud brewery offering great social events with ethical and organic beer has become a very cherished landmark . Stroud has two state Grammar Schools, for boys and girls, and Archway School, a mixed Comprehensive Secondary School. Nearby are several Independent Schools such as Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and the prestigious Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College are approximately 30 minutes away. Good transport links with London Paddington by train and Bath and Bristol by car.
- Three storey Edwardian family home
- Sitting room with period fireplace and log burner inset
- Fitted kitchen with views to the garden
- Wealth of storage and side lobby/boot room
- Delightful private rear garden
- Walking distance to Stroud centre
- Dining room with period fire surround
- Three delightful bedrooms over two floors
- Spacious four piece family bathroom
- Great location for schools and walks