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Friday Street, Minchinhampton, Stroud
Guide price £360,000
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Friday Street, Minchinhampton, Stroud

A PRETTY 300 YEAR OLD TERRACED COTTAGE AT THE CENTRE OF MINCHINHAMPTON, BEAUTIFULLY PRESENTED WITH A LOVELY SOUTH FACING PATIO GARDEN

Entrance Hallway, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Bathroom, Principle Bedroom, Double Bedroom, WC, South facing Patio Garden, Detached Store
  • FREEHOLD COTSWOLD COTTAGE
  • 2 BEDROOMS
  • SOUTH FACING PATIO GARDEN
  • RECENTLY RENOVATED
  • SITTING ROOM
  • DINING ROOM
  • KITCHEN
  • BATHROOM
  • EXCELLENT LOCATION
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DESCRIPTION
22 Friday Street is a pretty Grade II Listed Cotswold cottage which has been recently renovated to create a wonderfully bright and airy home. The cottage is beautifully presented both internally and externally. Entering into a hallway with useful under-stair storage, one is led to a double aspect sitting room spanning the length of the property with exposed stone wall, fireplace, wood burner and double doors out to the rear patio garden. In addition there is a separate dining room and a new kitchen and bathroom.
Upstairs, are two good sized double bedrooms, the larger including a wall of storage cupboards, and a WC.
The south facing rear garden is secluded and private with stone walls overlooking The Lemon Field, raised flower beds, and a useful detached stone-built store.

LOCATION
Friday Street is one of the oldest streets in Minchinhampton and is lined by attractive period properties. No 22 is at the west end of the street close to the town's iconic Market Place. Minchinhampton has exceptional facilities, including a doctor's practice, an excellent primary school, gastro pub (The Crown), cafes (The Kitchen & Henry's), a general store, butcher, chemist and Post Office, among others. The adjacent Common gives Minchinhampton its character and hosts one of the three challenging golf courses in the immediate vicinity. The town is conveniently located between Stroud and Cirencester with Cheltenham to the north. Under 2 hours from London by road or about 70 minutes by train from Kemble Station or 90 minutes from Stroud Station, it is also accessible with junction 13 of the M5 motorway, about 15 minutes to the west. Nearby Stroud has a Waitrose superstore and four other supermarkets, a leisure centre and a multiplex cinema. Nailsworth just down the hill, has an outstanding delicatessen (William's) with a fresh fish counter, an award winning bakery (Hobbs) and a great range of independent retailers, as well as free parking.

DIRECTIONS
From our Minchinhampton office, go up the High Street and turn right at Market Place onto Friday Street. Walking past the car park No. 22 Friday can be found a short distance up the street on the right.

GENERAL INFORMATION
22 Friday Street is Grade II Listed and in a Conservation Area.

Location of Property

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