Spring Hill, Nailsworth, Stroud
LOOKING FOR A PERFECT ESCAPE FROM THE CITY FOR WEEKEND. A great second home with no gardens to maintain, lock up and leave until your next visit to the beautiful Stroud Valleys. First floor one bedroom apartment in this Grade II listed building, walking distance of Nailsworth centre, Views, beautifully presented throughout. Sitting/Dining room with log burner, rustic kitchen, master bedroom with en-suite shower. Parking for one car.
Spring Hill, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL6 0LT
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344
Charming one bedroom apartment in a Cotswold stone grade II listed building. Located on the first floor with stunning staircase on approach. Allocated parking directly outside.
The moment you enter the building you are greeted with a wealth of period features, from arched cornicing and half spiral staircase with carvings in the entrance to the high ceilings, and sash windows within the apartment.
The current owner has presented the property beautifully throughout. Modernisation to both the kitchen and en-suite combined with sympathetic decor throughout.
Internally leading into an entrance hall offering a wealth of storage. Doors lead to all rooms. Further benefiting from a loft access with a wealth of storage above the sitting room, which is partly boarded.
A very impressive sitting room with dining area with views across the valley. A delightful fireplace with log burner inset. Serving hatch into the kitchen and space for dining table and chairs.
Rustic kitchen with wooden worktops, Belfast sink inset. A range of base units with space for appliances. Vibrant colour to one wall offers a lovely backdrop to the space with built in oven, hob and extractor. A serving hatch opens to the sitting room.
Master suite offers a wealth of space for freestanding furniture, with lovely view across the valley. Leading into a spacious and modern en-suite shower room with a lovely countertop basin on a vanity unit with storage below. A heated towel rail, a double shower unit all enclosed and fully tiled. A door opens to a fire escape.
Having gas central heating throughout.
It is fair to say the apartment offers great privacy, space and convenient to the town.
This property is exempt from an EPC as Grade II Listed.
A lease of 156 years remains with a service charge of £970.00 per year to include maintenance of the building externally, communal entrance, staircases and buildings insurance, fire extinguishers and annual servicing. Ground rent of £100.00 per year. The freeholder is Mr R Bellhouse.
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 location of the Apartment allows for a 2 min stroll to the Town ....
This offers "Cafe Culture" in addition to the plethora of a high standard of Restaurants including the famous Hobbs House Bakery and the Williams Fish Restaurant and Delicatessen. Nailsworth has all the necessary amenities including Optician, Dentist, Doctors Surgery, Churches all accessible on foot.The Town has a valued reputation for the variety of Independent shops, that each Christmas all your list is met conveniently.
The beauty of the surrounding 5 Valleys offers a wide range of walks from the door, or a short drive to other villages with their quirky lanes and woodland walks and of course Minchinhampton Common, each punctuated with a place to enjoy coffee or lunch at one of the Cotswolds Inns.
A regular No 63 bus that has a half hour timetable to Stroud and Gloucester with another two buses that reach out to Wotton under Edge and Tetbury, If its the train you need, Stroud Station is but a short distance.
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- Grade II Listed period Apartment
- One double bedroom with en-suite
- Walking distance of all Nailsworth has to offer
- Sitting/dining room with lovely log burner
- Rustic kitchen with lovely wooden worktops
- Beautifully presented throughout
- Modern en-suite shower room
- Allocated parking convenient to the apartment
- Stunning staircase on approach
- First floor having delightful views