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  • Bedrooms: 3
This is a mid-terrace three storey town house we are delighted to offer to the open market, set in a secluded spot on the edge of Stroud centre in an elevated spot with fantastic views across to Whiteshill from the rear. On approach parking for one car on a chipping driveway.

Internally, spacious entrance hall with two double bedrooms and a bathroom. To the lower ground floor a further double bedroom offering great space with a utility room with cloakroom and a shower. This could be converted into a self-contained flat subject to permissions. Off the hallway at this level a door provides access to the garden. To the first floor a lovely light and airy fitted kitchen with eating area open plan to the sitting room which has a large picture window providing a fantastic view across Stroud and up to Whiteshill and beyond. Garden is a small area accessed from the lower ground floor.

The property is also offered to the market with no onward chain. It is in need of some internal modernising and updating. This is a great opportunity as an investment.

AMENITIES The meeting point of five valleys, the historic town of Stroud is a well-known centre for arts and crafts as well as its weekly Farmers Market; recently voted the best in the country. An annual textile festival is held in the town as well as various exhibitions at the Subscription Rooms and at The Museum in the Park.

Stroud has two state Grammar Schools, for boys and girls, and Archway School, a mixed Comprehensive Secondary School. Nearby are several Independent Schools such as Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and the prestigious Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College are approximately 30 minutes away. Stroud has good transport links with London Paddington only 90 minutes (approx.) by train and Bath and Bristol 45 minutes by car.

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Perry Bishop & Chambers - Stroud

5 London Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire

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