Occupying a pretty village setting with elevated rural views across the valley to Rodborough to the front, and backing onto woodland to the rear. This semi-detached Victorian home has been extended in more recent years to now offer family accommodation. The main entrance opens to an inner hallway off which a doorway opens to the living space. The sitting room lies to the front of the property enjoying an elevated view with an open fireplace providing a pretty focal point. The room is open-plan to the dining room which similarly enjoys a feature fireplace, this time with gas fire inset. An area under the stairs lends itself to use as a study space. A staircase from the dining room rises to the first floor. Positioned to the rear of the property with French doors opening to the garden, the sociable family kitchen is a fantastic space, offering room for dining as well as a small sofa. Fitted with a range of shaker style wall and base units, Beech worktops and a ceramic sink there is space for a double oven and dishwasher. Adjoining the kitchen is a useful utility room and downstairs shower/cloakroom. Two bedrooms and a family bathroom with a shower over the bath are positioned on the first. The larger of the two boasts a rural view to the front whilst the third has a pretty outlook across the rear garden. A further staircase rises to the second floor and the main bedroom. This room enjoys the most beautiful elevated views across the valley.
Elevated above the lane, steps up lead through the front garden to the main entrance. The front gravelled garden has been peppered with plants and shrubs and provides room for a bench offering opportunity to take in the open vista. Pretty, well stocked and landscaped gardens extend to the rear of the house and have been designed to take advantage of the sun throughout the day. A sheltered courtyard immediately adjoins the property from which steps up lead to the main expanse of garden. Laid to lawn and planted with vibrant flower borders, the gardens are a particular feature. A green house is positioned to one side, with a sheltered seating area to the other. A path meanders through the garden to the top seating terrace with pergola. This provides the perfect vantage point, overlooking the garden, village roof tops and the open countryside beyond.
• Entrance Hall
• Sitting Room Opening Into Dining Room
• Kitchen/Breakfast Room
• Shower Room
• 3 Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Pretty Landscaped Gardens
• Wonderful Elevated Views
Thrupp is a sought after village positioned under two miles to the east of Stroud. Whilst being well positioned for ease of access to the town, Thrupp also enjoys the most wonderful views across the valley. The area boasts a well regarded primary school as well as allotments just along the road. Countryside walks are in abundance including along the recently restored canal. Stroud offers a wide range amenities including a good selection of shops, cafes, restaurants, a cinema, bowling alley and a leisure and sports centre. The award winning weekly farmers market is well worth a visit. The town also provides four supermarkets including Waitrose. A main line railway station provides a direct line to London (Paddington) within 90 minutes. Junction 15 of the M4 and Junction 13 of the M5 make other major centre easily accessible.
Please ask for directions
Postcode: GL5 2DQ
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Stroud District Council. Council Tax Band C and EPC rating E
Please note: in rural locations the map may not be 100% accurate
Arrange a viewing
To arrange a viewing of this property please give us a call or send us an email.
Alternatively send us your details using the form below and we'll be in touch to arrange a viewing.