25 West End,
Entrance Porch, 2/3 Reception Rooms, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Cloakroom, Cellar, main Bedroom with Dressing Room and Bathroom, Guest Bedroom with shower, third Bedroom and family Bathroom, private driveway, Garage with two good sized rooms adjacent and loft over, pretty level garden
- HISTORIC HOME
- CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE
- END TERRACE
- PRIVATE DRIVEWAY
- SOUTH FACING GARDEN
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 3/4 BEDROOMS
- WELL STOCKED GARDEN
25 West End is a lovely old house with the rare asset of a garage and private driveway, whilst still in a central location in the heart of Minchinhampton. End terrace with a south facing rear garden, 25 West End retains many period features and is especially spacious on the ground floor. The property therefore has enormous potential but to realise this, is at a stage when investment will be required in its fabric and fittings. Currently an overhung porch, leads to a hallway with a cloakroom off. Across the front is an 'L' shaped sitting room with beamed ceiling with a further large reception room to the rear of the property with french windows leading to a terrace and the garden beyond. There is an adjoining kitchen with space for a breakfast table. There are two bedrooms on the first floor, one with en-suite shower, plus a family bathroom. The top floor houses the main bedroom with steps down to a dressing room and its own bathroom. The house also has a cellar. The driveway is gated and the garage has two extra rooms attached, ideal for converting into a home office/studio with loft over. The garden is well stocked and enclosed, with a level lawn.
From our Minchinhampton Office, turn right into West End and No 25 will be found on the left just after the road narrows. Access to the driveway is via a five bar gate.
25 West End is within Minchinhampton Conservation Area.
25 West End is a short walk from Minchinhampton High Street, with its many shops and amenities, including a general store, butcher, chemist and post office. The town also has a gastro pub, two cafes, active Anglican and Baptist churches, an excellent primary school and doctor and dental practices. Synonymous with Minchinhampton is the adjacent Common offering unrestricted access to over 650 acres of natural countryside in the stewardship of the National Trust. Larger market towns nearby include Nailsworth and Stroud. Nailsworth offers free parking and an outstanding delicatessen, William's Kitchen, with excellent fresh fish counter plus a further broad range of independent retailers. Nearby Stroud has a Waitrose plus several other leading supermarkets. Regular services run from Stroud mainline station into London Paddington, circa 90 minutes. Minchinhampton, has two golf clubs, tennis courts and offers numerous clubs and societies for all interests. Beaudesert Park Pre and Prep School is within walking distance, as is the sought after village primary school.