Highland Terrace

Guide price £625,000


highland terrace, star green, whiteshill, stroud, gl6 6ad

with views to the church and countryside beyond, a semidetached 4 bedroom cottage with generous level gardens, parking and a double garage. total plot 0.27 of an acre.

The Property

Enjoying an elevated Cotswold village setting with pretty views to the church and open countryside beyond, lies this semi-detached period home. Set in a generous plot measuring 0.27 of an acre, the property provides family accommodation peppered throughout with character features. Formerly two cottages, the accommodation is well proportioned, the main entrance opens to an inner hall off which doors open to the living space and a modern staircase provides access to the first floor. The sitting room with tiled floor boasts a beautiful Inglenook fireplace with bread oven and woodburning stove inset. Exposed beams and stone mullion windows further add to the rooms appeal. An original spiral staircase rises behind the fireplace to the first floor. A formal dining with gas fire and stone surround similarly boasts a stone mullion window to front aspect and a view across the garden. Positioned to the rear of the property are two connecting rooms currently used as a study and music room, both with fitted desks and storage, these can be accessed via the sitting room and dining room. A downstairs shower rooms adjoins. A step up from the dining room leads to the kitchen, fitted with a range of wall and base units, integral oven and hob and dishwasher. a windows provides a pretty outlook to the garden. To the rear of the kitchen a door opens to a useful utility and downstairs cloakroom, access is provided to the garden and rear courtyard. Having once been two cottages, two staircases rise to the first floor. Positioned at this level are two double bedrooms and a generous family bathroom with large shower enclosure, separate bath and demisting mirror above the sink. A further two staircases rises to the second floor and two excellent attic bedrooms with exposed A frame beams, under eaves storage and fitted wardrobes. Whilst accessed from different staircases, a connecting doors leads between the two room thus being ideally suited as a teenage den.


Set in a level plot measuring measuring 0.27 of an acre, grounds extend in the majority to the front of the property with an enclosed courtyard positioned to the rear of the utility. A block paved driveway leads to a detached double garage, both of which provide parking for several vehicles with the garage also offering useful storage. The neighbouring property enjoys a vehicular and pedestrian right of way over a section of the driveway providing access to their home. The generous garden is a huge asset to the property, not only providing ideal space for children to play but plenty of room for the keen gardener. Areas have been left wild to encourage wildlife. The garden is planted with a variety plants trees and shrubs and some fruit trees including a Pear, Apple and Cherry. A paved area immediately adjoins the house and provides a great space for outside dining.

• Hall
• Sitting Room
• Dining Room
• Study & Music Room/Study
• Kitchen & Utility
• Downstairs Shower Room & Cloakroom
• 4 Bedrooms
• Family Bathroom
• Gardens, Parking & Garage
• Views – Total Plot 0.27 of an acre

Guide price


Within easy reach:
Stroud - 2.4 miles
Stonehouse - 3.5 miles
Gloucester - 10 miles
Cheltenham - 17.3 miles
Bristol - 32.1 miles
Bath - 30.8 miles


Whiteshill is an elevated village lying north of Stroud town. It’s a thriving village which boasts its own church, primary school, village hall, pub and community run shop and café. Archway comprehensive school lies just outside Whiteshill in an area known as Paganhill. Stroud is the nearest town and offers an eclectic variety of shops, cafes and restaurants not to mention great schooling including two grammar schools, one for boys ‘Marling’ and the ‘High School’ for girls. Stroud railway station offers direct links to London Paddington within 90 minutes. The nearest motorway link is J13 off M5. Countryside walks immediately on your doorstep are in abundance and include nearby Randwick Woods known as the Randwick Ramble.


Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL6 6AD
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 E and EPC rating D

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