Located in an elevated cul de sac position, above the popular town of Nailsworth, and backing onto Norton Wood, lies this four bedroom modern detached family home. Deliberately designed in an ‘upside down’ style, to allow the daytime living accommodation to enjoy the views of the woodland and the far reaching valley views across to Minchinhampton Common, Rodborough and Amberley. The traditional entrance is through the large porch which doubles up as a utility/boot room area with access into the hall. From here all the bedrooms and the family bathroom are located. There are three double rooms all with built-in wardrobes and one single room which is currently utilized as a hobbies room. The main bedroom enjoys an ensuite shower room and one of the other double rooms enjoys french doors out into the rear garden. Upstairs the light and large landing area is used as a dining room. Being the central point, doors radiate out into the living room, kitchen and home office from here. The living room enjoys the best dual aspect with a door opening onto a balcony. The views from the balcony are far reaching however it must be pointed out it does require some urgent maintenance. The home office is a flexible space as it could become a family space or some owners might wish to create an open plan kitchen/breakfast room by taking out the adjoining wall. We highly recommend that you take professional advice from the building officer of SDC prior to undertaking the works. A door from the fitted kitchen provides a useful direct access to the road and steps lead down to the rear garden. An exciting addition to this home was the conversion of one side of the original double garage to become a fabulous garden room or studio with bi-fold doors opening out onto the garden. This is a great space.
The house is side onto the cul de sac, with it’s plot on several levels. An open garden sits between the estate road and end gable. Behind the property a path with several steps leads down to the kitchen with further steps leading down to the rear garden. A jointly owned private drive leads to a lower level where parking for numerous vehicles and the garage are located. A gated path leads to the rear garden which enjoys great privacy. This area is enclosed with a level area of lawn and a seating area. It slopes away where two sheds are secretively hidden behind the garage. A selection of shrubs and trees can be seen throughout.
• Four Bedrooms
• Ensuite & Family Bathroom
• Two Reception Rooms
• Dining Room
• Garden Room
• Garage and Parking
Nailsworth is a sought after Cotswold market town offering a wide selection of shops, restaurants and facilities including the award-winning delicatessen, Williams Food Hall and Hobbs bakery, as well as two supermarkets. Nailsworth Church of England Primary School was awarded a good Ofsted report in 2017. Stroud, the principal urban centre locally, is approx. 4.5 miles away where more extensive educational, shopping and leisure facilities are available. Direct links to Paddington (London) can be found at Stroud and Kemble Railway stations. Above Nailsworth, is the Minchinhampton Common, 600 acres of open common land which offers opportunities for walking and golf. The NT Woodchester Park with its five lakes and also offers great wooded walks. Forest Green Rovers home stadium sits in the local vicinity.
Postcode: GL6 0TN
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 E and EPC rating C
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