Spring Hill, Nailsworth, Stroud
A great example of a detached home in walking distance to all Nailsworth has to offer, three double bedrooms and shower room. A lovely sitting room with views across the valley opening to a dining area. Fitted kitchen/breakfast room. Utility room, downstairs cloakroom. Tandem garage with workshop and delightful gardens and terrace.
Springhill, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0LS
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344
A great example of a detached home enjoying fantastic views, within walking distance to all Nailsworth has to offer. Situated in a small gathering of properties enjoying delightful views across the valley on approach and from the property. The house is built in re-constituted Cotswold stone and has been enjoyed by the current owners for over 17 years and their family since 1974.
From the driveway you have parking for two cars and a lovely raised border with a wealth of planting. Pathway leading up to the entrance porch/boot room which offers great space perfect for those muddy boots after a lovely walk. Leading into the entrance hall with stairs to the first floor. downstairs cloakroom leading into WC.
Sitting room with the most delightful picture window to the side providing a valley view to enjoy all seasons and watch the changing colours throughout the year. Opening to the dining room area with patio doors leading out to the garden.
Fitted kitchen/breakfast room with a range of built-in units and integral fridge, dishwasher, hob and twin electric oven. Lovely views over the garden and opening to an eating area ideal space for a table and chairs. Door leading to the utility room and entrance hall. A very spacious utility room offers a great amount of storage and appliance space having convenient door to the garden and internal door to the garage.
To the first floor landing a wealth of light and views from windows to the front and side. Master bedroom to the front with delightful views across the valley and a great amount of eaves storage space. Two further double bedrooms also having views and a wealth of light. Completed by a family shower room all beautifully presented with built in storage space. The property is immaculate throughout.
Outside a lovely garden with steps up to formal lawns and a wealth of well stock borders. Delightful exposed Cotswold stone back drop to the head of the garden, further steps lead to a raised sun terrace providing an ideal seating and barbecue area for those family gatherings.
Attached tandem garage with electric and lighting opening to a workshop area and door leading to the garden. This provides a perfect opportunity for hobbies/home office. (Subject to planning space to convert into a granny annexe if required).
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. With direct trains to Paddington from Stroud. Also convenient to M5 access at Junction 13.
The house is a short walk away from the Cotswold town of Nailsworth where there is a variety of shops and small supermarkets. There is a good selection of eateries, pubs and coffee shops to enjoy without the hassle of having to drive.
The house is in a quiet, but not isolated, location with stunning views of the surrounding area. Looking across to Watledge it is a delight to watch the colours of the trees change with the seasons. There is also easy access to many lovely walks around the area.
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- Detached home with delightful views
- Convenient to walk into Nailsworth
- Lovely gardens and raised terrace
- Sitting room with dining area
- Entrance porch/boot room
- Downstairs cloak and spacious utility room
- Fitted kitchen opening to dining area
- Three double bedrooms all with views
- Tandem garage with workshop
- Light and well presented throughout