Nelson Street, Old Stroud, Stroud
Looking to be close to the centre of Stroud nestled in a gathering of cottages with delightful views to Stroud and Rodborough. Charming characterful cottage with private gardens offering space for all to enjoy. Perfect space for a vegetable garden and more. Terrace perfect for Alfresco dining complete with summer house. Modern fitted kitchen, bathroom with utility area. Sitting room with dining space and fireplace with log burner. Two double bedrooms with views and one single bedroom.
Rose Cottages, Farr's Lane, Nelson Street, Old Stroud, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 2HJ
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344
A charming three bedroom attached cottage with fantastic views and garden. Located in the heart of Old Stroud that is known for period properties and little gems tucked away like 4 Rose Cottages. A short walk from the property where you can enjoy all Stroud has to offer.
Access on foot from Nelson street into Farrs lane, a short walk to the side of a stone cottage with pathway to the left that leads to four delightful cottages. Follow the pathway passing neighbours to the garden gate of 4 Rose Cottages. We understand from the owner a great community feel with delightful neighbours.
Upon entering the garden gate a pathway leads to the side to the grounds and provides access directly up to the front door. Internally into a lobby area that opens to the kitchen with doors off to the sitting room and bathroom/utility. The kitchen offers a range of base and drawer units with wooden worktops. Built in oven and hob with space for further appliances. French doors open onto the terrace and garden. perfect for those summer gatherings.
A delightful sitting room with great space and light with a window overlooking the gardens and across Stroud. Exposed brick fireplace with log burner inset perfect for those cosy winter evenings. Space for dining table and chairs with understairs recess and stairs leading to the first floor.
Downstairs bathroom suite with utility area all tiled with wooden worktop housing basin and storage cupboards. Space and plumbing for washing machine.
Wooden staircase from the sitting room leads to the first-floor landing, having exposed floorboards throughout. Two delightful double bedrooms to the front having stunning views to Stroud centre and Rodborough with space for freestanding furniture and a single bedroom room to the rear.
The cottage is very charming and offers incredible light and character throughout. All windows have pretty white plantation shutters fitted.
The gardens are very deceptive and offer incredible space with a terrace directly outside the kitchen offering perfect space for Alfresco dining, with a very pretty tree on the terrace that provides shade on those warm summer days. Tiered decked terraces and pathway leading to a summer house. A wealth of planting to the borders and a pathway to the side leading up to two levels, the perfect location for a home office or summer house. The most incredible tree overhangs the grounds providing a wonderful backdrop of colour with beautiful views across the valley. This area would be perfect for chickens and a vegetable garden with hardstanding to the rear of the cottage.
The cottage is tucked away offering privacy and incredible outdoor space that you do not expect being located in the town.
A right of access is in place from Farrs lane to get to the property along with pedestrian pathway to the front of neighbours gardens. There is a note in the title that with permission the neighbour can access the grounds of this cottage to maintain the rear of their property.
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This property is located in the heart of Old Stroud, known locally to offer a wealth of character properties. and considered a very desirable area convenient to the town and railway station.
A short walk into town, Stroud sits below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, encircled by five sweeping valleys. Has been described as "The Covent Garden of the Cotswolds".Well-known centre for arts and crafts. The weekly Farmers Market voted the best in the country and the newly completed indoor Five Valleys shopping centre; 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. 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.
- Period attached cottage with delightful views
- Set in a very pretty setting with a large garden
- Fitted kitchen opening onto the terrace
- Spacious sitting room with fireplace having log burner inset
- Dining area with lovely views across gardens and Stroud Centre
- Downstairs bathroom with utility area
- Two double and one single bedroom to the first floor
- Summer house nestled amongst trees
- The garden lends itself to create a vegetable garden
- Short walk to town and wealth of eating houses and cafes