Jubilee Road, Nailsworth, Stroud
Delightful detached stone cottage, extended with stunning views across the valley, two receptions, two bathrooms and modernised throughout. South facing gardens, parking for three cars. Wealth of character.
Jubilee Road, Nailsworth, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6 0ND
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344
From the garden gate a few steps provide access to the front entrance. Internally comprises an entrance hall with a delightful fitted kitchen with a wonderful view. Wealth of units combined with built in appliances and plenty of worksurface. All very tastefully done. Also having underfloor heating which continues into the hall and bathroom. A dining room with exposed stonework to one wall provides a lovely back drop, leading into the sitting room with two widows both with window seats overlooking the garden. Further exposed stonework with inglenook and log burner inset, perfect for those winter evenings.
Throughout the ground floor is a very sensible flooring for ease of maintenance for any family. This is a combination of Karndean flooring and Mandarin stone tiles. Completed by a modern family bathroom all tiled and beautifully presented. To the first floor three double bedrooms, all having storage or fitted wardrobes. A modern shower room sits within the opening to bedroom one. Ideal for any owner having a bathroom and a shower room.
From bedroom one you really do have room with a view to wake up to every morning. The gardens are south facing to the front, raised lawn and terraces ideal for summer barbecues. Parking for two cars to the head of the garden and further parking for two cars a short walk from the garden gate, this is also owned by Woodbine Cottage. The gardens offer an opportunity to build a summer house or home office without overpowering the grounds if required. The rear garden has a wealth of planting of Acers and other shrubs with a lovely view as a backdrop leading to a raised side terrace, perfect for that early morning coffee as the sun comes up over the valley.
I also feel it is important to note that subject to planning, if someone wanted to extend there is scope to do this as well as building a garage if required. .
We have loved the cottage, and had some wonderful gatherings in the garden over the years. A great community to live in and great neighbours make it a pleasure, superb walks as well as being convenient to all Nailsworth has to offer.
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Nailsworth has plenty to offer, renowned for its award-winning restaurants, pubs, cafes and other food outlets including Hobbs House Bakery, Williams Fish market and Food hall, Passage to India and the Weighbridge Inn, between them a great selection providing of fine breads, gourmet food, Indian spices and two-in-one pies.
The town remains lively throughout the day and evening. Small individual shops offer an amazing variety of goods – organic locally grown produce, first-class delicatessen products, fair-trade items from across the globe, fascinating antiques and collectables.
There are more than a hundred footpaths, passing picturesque cottages and handsome houses.
Nailsworth has the largest number of working water wheels per square mile in the country. One of the focal points for artistic activities is Ruskin Mill which is set in the beautiful, organic water gardens. A fantastic eight-mile Cycleway that follows the old railway line from Nailsworth to Stonehouse. Just outside Nailsworth centre you have North Woodchester Mansion with its lakes surrounding the area. A short distance to nearby Minchinhampton common and village with amazing walks and views and Stroud just 4 miles away.
- Detached stone cottage with delightful views
- Three good sized bedrooms
- Parking for three cars to the front and rear
- Wealth of exposed stonework and beams
- Ready to move in as all modernised
- Sitting room with log burner inset to fireplace
- Dining room with exposed stonework
- Ground floor bathroom, Shower room to 1st floor
- Modern fitted kitchen, lovely views
- Pretty gardens and terrace with views