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, Post Office with banking service, building society, 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
Agent's note Within these particulars, where we mention 'triple glazed', this means a double glazed window benefits from additional secondary glazing.
Lower Ground Floor Hall Door from garden. Radiator. Power point. Tiled floor. Under stairs cupboard. Stairs to upper ground floor.
Kitchen 3.7m max x 3.45m max Radiator. Fitted wall units. Sink with twin drainers. Power points. Tiled floor. Walk-in larder cupboard. Storage cupboard. Opening with two steps down to:
Dining Room 3.6m x 3.6m (11'10" x 11'10") Triple glazed window to rear. Double glazed double doors to side opening to garden. Radiator. Power points. Tiled floor.
Utility Room 3.6m x 1.4m (11'8" x 4'5") One triple glazed and one double glazed window to rear. 'Belfast' sink. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Power points. Wall-mounted gas boiler. Tiled floor. Door to:
Bathroom Triple glazed window to side. Heated towel radiator. Free-standing, claw foot, roll top bath with handheld shower mixer. Corner thermostatic shower with large tray. Wash basin and WC. Tiled floor and walls. Generous airing cupboard.
Upper Ground Floor Hall Double front doors with attractive, open-fronted external porch. Triple glazed window to rear. Radiator. Power point. Stairs to first floor.
Sitting Room 3.9m x 3.7m (12'9" x 12') Triple glazed windows to front and side. Central fireplace with inset multi-fuel stove and cabinetry to either side. Two radiators. Power points.
Reception Room / Study 3.7m x 3.6m (12'0" x 11'11") Triple glazed windows to front and side. Radiator. Power points. Built-in cupboards. Opening to work room.
Store (former WC) 2.5m x 0.9m (8'2" x 2'9") Double glazed window to side. Radiator. Concealed plumbing.
Work Room (Former Kitchen) 3.6m x 2.7m (11'11" x 8'10") Triple glazed windows to side and rear. Double glazed double doors opening to balustraded BALCONY. Power points.
First Floor Landing Triple glazed windows to front and rear. Radiator. Power point. Stairs to second floor.
Separate WC Double glazed window to rear. WC and wash basin.
Bedroom Four 3.6m x 2.8m (11'10" x 9'0") Triple glazed windows to front and side. Radiator. Power points. Built-in wardrobe.
Master Bedroom 3.9m x 3.7m (12'8" x 12'0") Triple glazed windows to front and side. Radiator. Decorative period fireplace. Power points. Built-in wardrobes. Door to:
Ensuite Bathroom 3.6m x 1.8m (11'11" x 5'11") Sloping ceiling to rear. Rooflight window. Heated towel radiator. Panelled bath, washbasin and WC. Access to eaves storage.
Second Floor Landing Built-in cupboard. Hatch to roof void.
Bedroom Three 3.9m x 3.6m (12'8" x 11'9") Triple glazed window to side. Radiator. Power points. Wash basin.
Bedroom Two 3.9m x 3.6m (12'8" x 11'11") Triple glazed window to side. Radiator. Power points.
Garden & Parking The level garden lies to the South of the cottage, tapering to the end where parking for two vehicles can be found. An access track lies to one side and the Old Bristol Road above to the other side. Adjacent to the dining room is a paved area sheltered beneath the balcony. A lawned section with trellis to one side leads on past an ornamental pond to a productive fruit bed which includes a variety of berries and currants. There are also apple and pear trees. To the rear of the cottage is a useful timber shed and to the side is a potting shed. At the front of the property is a small terrace enclosed by railings and stone walling.