In need of restoration, this attractive south westerly facing mid terrace home is being offered for sale with no onward chain. Accommodation is found across three levels, two floors from the original Victorian build with a much later attic conversion. On the ground floor the traditional hallway is home to the stairs which ascend up to the first floor. The sitting room is positioned to the front and through the original sash window a fantastic far reaching view can be enjoyed. The central focal point is the fireplace with a wood burner (this does not comply with current regulations). Double doors open into the dining room. This room benefits from a wooden floor, a tiled fireplace, under stairs storage and French doors connecting the kitchen. Fitted with wall and base units incorporating a built in oven and hob, the kitchen has a stable door which leads to a small courtyard. On the first floor the landing has a further staircase taking you to the attic bedroom. From the landing steps down give access to the family bathroom. A fantastic view is enjoyed via the sash windows in the main bedroom with a further bedroom sitting between the two rooms. On the top level the bedroom boasts a vaulted ceiling with a selection of wardrobes and a feature red brick wall. Work is required to transform this tired residence, but for the right buyer we hope they embrace being part of the community spirit which Upper Dorrington Terrace provides.
A small south westerly open-plan front garden is abundantly filled with bee-loving lavender bushes. From Park Road access to the single garage is located with an up and over garage door. A gated side path leads to a terraced rear garden which is mainly laid to two types of gravel with a variety of trees and shrubs. A couple of sets of steps lead down to the kitchen stable door and old boiler cupboard with electric. Further wooden steps (in need of repair) give access to an elevated hobbies room behind the garage. To the front of the terrace, an allotment style garden is position side by side with neighbouring sections of land, perfect for growing your own vegetables or housing hens.
• Three Bedrooms
• Two Reception Rooms
• Garage plus extra Room
• Allotment style garden
• No chain
The property is ideally positioned in Stroud, just 0.5 mile walk to the train station. The town offers Waitrose, a weekly award-winning Farmers Market and range of independent shops, cafes and restaurants. The recently opened Five Valleys shopping centre is exciting offering a range of market and food stalls. Roads radiate to the larger urban centres, travel being aided by the presence of the M5 west of Stonehouse. London (Paddington) is accessible within 90 minutes with train services passing through Stroud Railway Station. The area enjoys a variety of state and private schools, as well as Stroud High and Marling Grammar schools and Stroud College. Historical water side walks can be enjoyed through the Golden Valley’s partially renovated Industrial canal system.
Postcode: GL5 2JE
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 B and EPC rating D
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