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 Hall Canopied entrance with outside light. Radiator. Power point. Stairs to first floor.
Sitting Room 4.9m x 3.7m (16'1" x 12'0") Double glazed window to front aspect. Views to rear beyond adjoining conservatory. Two radiators. Central fireplace with tiled hearth and surround. Power points. Parquet flooring beneath the current carpet. Opening to:
Conservatory 2.95m at best x 2.72m Double glazed windows offering spectacular panoramic valley views. Dwarf walls. Radiator. Power points. Laminate flooring.
Dining Room 3.2m x 2.9m (10'7" x 9'5") Double glazed window to rear with valley views. Radiator. Power points. Parquet flooring beneath the current carpet.
Kitchen 3.9m x 2.5m (12'9" x 8'0") Double glazed window to rear with valley views. Double glazed window to side. Half glazed door to outside. A range of wall and base units with work surface over. Single inset bowl sink and drainer. Tiled splashbacks. Integrated double electric oven and electric hob with filter hood over. Power points. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Wall-mounted Worcester Bosch 'Greenstar 30si' gas combi boiler. 'Combimate' limescale prevention system. Two walk-in larder stores, each with window to front aspect.
Landing Double glazed window to front. Power point. Hatch to insulated loft.
Master Bedroom 4.9m x 3.7m (16'1" x 12'1") Two double glazed windows to side aspect with far-reaching views down the valley. Two radiators. Central fireplace with tiled hearth and stone surround. Power points.
Bedroom Three 2.9m x 2.2m (9'6" x 7'3") Double glazed window to rear with glorious valley views. Radiator. Power points.
Bedroom Two 3.5m x 2.9m (11'5" x 9'7") Double glazed window to side. Radiator. Power points.
Bathroom Double glazed window to side aspect. Radiator. Low level WC, wash basin and panelled bath with thermostatic shower over and side screen. Built-in airing cupboard.
Gardens & Parking To the front of the property is a sloping driveway offering (tandem) parking for two cars. There is an area of lawn with gravelled seating area below and there is a lovely mixture of planting comprising shrubs and perennials including an impressive clematis to one side. From here, a side path leads to the rear of the house where there is a generous, gently sloping lawn offering magnificent views across the valley. A cherry tree sits in one corner and a useful timber shed can be found in the other. There is external lighting and an outside tap. A further store is integrated within one front corner of the property. Stroud District Council - Council Tax band 'D'.