Occupying a much coveted position on Butterrow Lane, 1.5 miles from Stroud centre at the foot of Rodborough Common. Hendy is a pretty Grade II listed home that enjoys great character and bright accommodation. Period features are in abundance throughout and include sash windows, feature fireplaces and exposed beams. The property benefits from two entrances. The main front entrance opens into a porch which leads into the sitting room, however there is also a second door opening into the kitchen from the courtyard. Whilst the kitchen would benefit from some updating the room is fitted with a range of wall and base units, incorporating an integral oven, hob, fridge and freezer and providing plumbing for a washing machine, this opens into a dining room, from which stairs rise to the first floor. An old (not in use) Cotswold stone fireplace creates a pretty feature to the room. Partially open plan, the dining room opens into the sitting room which boasts double aspect sash windows and an elevated outlook across the valley to Thrupp and countryside beyond. A period fireplace with woodburning stove inset forms a warming focal point to the room. Three bedrooms are positioned on the first floor, with the main bedroom enjoying double aspect windows. These are served by a family bathroom with a shower over the bath. A loft hatch opens to a large unconverted attic.
A parking bay for one car is positioned to the front of the property. A pathway leads to the small courtyard and kitchen entrance. The courtyard provides room for a small table and chairs and plant pots.
• Entrance Porch
• Sitting Room
• Dining Room
• 3 Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
Positioned along Butterrow Lane which lies below the slopes of Rodborough and Minchinhampton Commons. The area of Butterrow cascades down the hillside, it is a mixture of old and modern dwellings gaining a view over the fringe of Stroud to the wooded hillside opposite that climbs to Lypiatt. Stroud just 1.5 miles away is the administrative and commercial centre and provides many facilities including Waitrose and a weekly Farmers Market. Roads radiate to the larger urban centres, travel being aided by the presence of the M5 west of Stonehouse and London (Paddington) train services passing through Stroud Railway Station and Kemble Railway Station (12.6 miles). Several primary schools are located within 1 mile and include Gastrells Community Primary School, Rodborough Community Primary School and Thrupp School. Stroud High and Marling Grammar schools located in nearby Stroud are popular choices for secondary education.
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Postcode: GL5 2LX
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 D and EPC rating
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