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Alma Terrace, Paganhill, Stroud
Guide price £400,000
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Alma Terrace, Paganhill, Stroud

SITUATED WITHIN A MILE OF STROUD TOWN CENTRE AND RAILWAY STATION, THIS DECEPTIVELY SPACIOUS PERIOD HOME OFFERS AN ABUNDANCE OF CHARM AND PERIOD FEATURES.

Entrance Porch, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Enclosed Gardens.
  • WITHIN A MILE OF THE TOWN CENTRE
  • 4 BEDROOMS
  • 2 RECEPTION ROOMS
  • FARMHOUSE STYLE KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM
  • WOOD BURNING STOVE
  • COTSWOLD STONE
  • LEVEL REAR GARDENS
  • UTILITY ROOM
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DESCRIPTION
Situated within a mile of Stroud town centre, 2 Alma Terrace offers all you would expect from a spacious and charming period home. Many features remain including exposed Cotswold Stone walls, wood burning stove, beams and tiled floors. The kitchen/breakfast room is particularly impressive with a lovely farmhouse feel and access to the spacious dining room and sitting room with wood burning stove. Additional areas on the ground floor include a utility/boot room and a cloakroom. On the first floor there are four bedrooms together with a full bathroom suite with twin wash hand basins and separate shower.

The gardens are located to the rear of the house, mainly laid to lawn with entertaining spaces and a shed to the side. Non restricted on street parking is located to the side of the property on a first come, first served basis.

DIRECTIONS
From Stroud, take the A419 west to Cainscross and at the roundabout, take the third exit into Paganhill Lane. Follow up the hill, passing the fire station on your left until you reach the mini roundabout at the top of the hill. Take the second exit and the property can be round on the right hand side, denoted by our For Sale sign.

LOCATION
Paganhill is located approximately one mile from the centre of the market town of Stroud with a range of facilities nearby including a Tesco express, popular Leisure Centre with both indoor and outdoor pools, Stroud College and a variety of secondary schools including Marling and Stroud High. Buses run within the area linking the towns of Gloucester, Cheltenham and Stroud. The town of Stroud sits below the western escarpment of the Cotswold Hills, encircled by five sweeping valleys. Once described as "The Covent Garden of the Cotswolds", it is a market town with a Bohemian feel and many specialist shops, cafes, galleries, markets, cinema, bookstores, a vibrant weekly Farmers' Market and a selection of supermarkets.

The nearest motorway junction is 13 on the M5 providing access to Bristol and Cheltenham. Stroud mainline station provides a regular service to London (Paddington) in approximately 90 minutes.

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