Nailsworth is a small but busy market town situated on the west side of The Cotswolds in beautiful and unique countryside. The bustling town (population c.6000) is still very much a working place to live, with plenty of thriving local businesses and a great range of shops and amenities including butchers, bakers, supermarkets, bank/building society, Post Office, library, doctors, bus station and playing field to name a few. Nailsworth was the first Fair Trade town in the area and this is reflected in its style of food shops, craft shops, restaurants and the like. The town dates back to Norman times and its history is diverse and plentiful with many local landmarks and buildings of all sorts. As a result of its appeal, the town has continued to move with the times. The town was also recently named by The Sunday Times as one of the top 101 places to live in the country.
Stroud (mainline railway) 4 miles
Gloucester 14 miles
Cheltenham 18 miles
Bristol 29 miles
Swindon 29 Miles
Entrance Porch Windows to three sides. Tesselated floor tiles. Door into:
Entrance Hall Radiator. Power points. Under stairs cupboard. Coving to ceiling. Stairs to first floor.
Sitting Room 4.46m excluding bay x 3.56m Bay to front with sash windows. Two casement windows to side aspect. Radiator. Chimney breast with inset feature fireplace. Power points. Telephone point. Coving to ceiling.
Dining Room 3.73m to chimney breast x 3.70m Sash window to front aspect with window seat. Radiator. Large exposed stone chimney breast with inset wood burning stove. Power points. Oak flooring. Coving to ceiling.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room 5.0m x 2.9m (16'4" x 9'5") Double glazed windows to rear and side aspects. Stable door to rear courtyard garden. Low level plinth heater. A range of fitted wall and base units with integrated Neff appliances to include electric fan oven, gas hob with hood over, dishwasher and microwave. Spaces for washing machine, tumble dryer and fridge/freezer. Single inset bowl sink and drainer unit. Recessed downlighters. Power points. Wall-mounted Worcester 'Greenstar Ri' gas-fired condensing boiler. Water softener.
First Floor Landing Sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Coving to ceiling. Stairs to second floor.
Master Bedroom 4.5m x 3.5m (14'8" x 11'5") Sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Power points. Coving to ceiling. Door to:
Ensuite Shower Room Casement window to rear aspect. Heated towel radiator. Low level WC, wash basin and corner shower cubicle with wall-mounted electric shower. Tiled floor and walls. Extractor. Eaves storage cupboard.
Bedroom Two 3.72m min x 3.66m min Excluding curved corner recess. Sash window to front with window seat. Radiator. Power points. Coving to ceiling.
Bathroom Casement window to rear aspect. Heated towel radiator. Low level WC, wash basin and panelled bath with central taps and shower mixer attachment. Tiled walls. Access to eaves storage with side window and hot water cylinder.
Second Floor Landing Power point. Hatch to roof space.
Bedroom Three 4.5m x 3.5m (14'8" x 11'5") Sash window to front aspect. Casement window to side aspect. Two radiators. Power points.
Bedroom Four 4.2m x 3.9m (13'11" x 12'9") Sash window to front aspect. Radiator. Power points. This room is requiring decoration.
Gardens A gate from the pavement on Old Bristol Road gives access to the banked top of the garden and a path leads down to a generous lawn which lies to the front of the property and faces south-west. There is a variety of trees and spring bulbs, roses and rhododendron add seasonal colour. A path to the side of the property leads to the rear of the house where there is a small paved courtyard which also catches the evening sun. From here, a gate opens onto a charming footpath which offers a short, quiet walk into the town centre.
Store & Workshop To the side of the house is a useful store with a pitched and tiled roof. This in turn leads to a workshop measuring approximately 16'8" x 6'3" with power and light. This connects (currently via a ladder) with the void beneath the garage.
Garage with underbuild A double garage abutting Old Bristol Road with internal dimensions of approximately 17'3" x 17'3". Steps lead down to a similarly sized underbuild offering potential for storage or perhaps some form of conversion (subject to permissions). This connects (currently via ladder) with the workshop/store below.
Viewing Note Please be aware that between 28/7/17 and 10/11/17 the road between Horsley and Nailsworth is shut (on the northern edge of Horsley), so please plan your route accordingly. There is no problem getting to the house from the Nailsworth end.