Located in an elevated position up Bisley Road, enjoying far reaching views across the town, as far away as the River Severn, sits this handsome three bedroomed Victorian semi-detached residence. The current owner has transformed what was a nice house to an inspirational, stylish home using fashionable colour schemes, fixture and fittings, which all help to promote the well proportioned accommodation boasting copious amounts of storage.
Entry through the front door leads directly into the traditional entrance hall with the staircase rising to the first floor in addition to finding accesses into all of the ground floor rooms and the cellar. The delightful front reception room with its stripped wooden floor, impressive bay window and fireplace with wood burner is divided from the dining room by folding wooden doors. The dining room enjoys a stripped wooden floor, a contemporary wood burner and sits in between the living room and the open plan raised kitchen, which is flooded by natural light due it’s glazed roof. The kitchen is on two levels and enjoys a tiled floor with fitted with wall and base units incorporating a built in cooker, dishwasher and Belfast sink. A corner cupboard houses the boiler. The cellar is utilised for storage. Upstairs on the first floor the main bedroom with it’s bay window, stripped wooden floors boasts an area perfect as a dressing area or nursery. Another double room has fitted wardrobes and cupboard either side of the chimney and enjoys views of the garden. The family bathroom with it’s claw foot bath is a fabulous place to sit back and relax. There is also another separate WC off the landing. On the top level a great double bedroom with fantastic views, enjoys enormous amounts of fitted wardrobes/storage.
The two neighbouring houses have extended their homes upwards. These can be viewed from the rear should you be interested in expanding the accommodation.
To the front of the property there is off road parking and a garage with double wooden doors. Steps lead up to the front lawned garden, a paved terrace above the garage with railings and a path leads to the front door and gated side access. At the rear, an outdoor loo will be located next to the rear door. Steps lead up to the enclosed landscaped garden which gently slope upwards. The majority is laid to lawn with designated places to relax or dine, one patio sits at the lower section but two raised patio areas sit at the rear. Raised vegetable bed and garden shed are also found at the top.
• Three double Bedrooms
• Two Reception Rooms
• Contemporary Kitchen
• Family Bathroom
• Outdoor WC
Bisley Road is one of the most popular roads in Stroud, as it’s a little over half a mile from the town centre. This town, with it’s industrial heritage has an award-winning farmers’ market, a rejuvenated shopping centre and a plethora of arts/entertainment venues including the impressive Subscription Rooms. Several primary schools are located locally and Stroud High and Marling Grammar schools are popular choices for secondary education. Stroud offers excellent communication links. Roads radiate to the larger urban centres, travel being aided by the presence of the M5 west of Stonehouse. Direct links to London (Paddington) can be found from Stroud train station. Beautiful countryside walks are on the door step; one of our vendors favourites is through the graveyard, onto the ‘The Heavens’ a rural paradise.
Postcode: GL5 1HQ
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 Tax Band D and EPC rating E
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