6 The Woodlands, Stroud
Entrance Hall, Open plan Sitting/Dining room, good size Kitchen, 3 Bedrooms, en-suite Bathroom, separate Shower room, south facing Garden, double Garage and Parking.
- DETACHED HOUSE
- 3 BEDROOMS
- EN SUITE BATHROOM
- SHOWER ROOM
- SPACIOUS SITTING/DINING ROOM
- DOUBLE GARAGE
- CLOSE TO TOWN CENTRE
Situated in one of the best locations on this popular development, No 6 The Woodlands is well worth an inspection to appreciate its well presented, light and spacious accommodation. You enter the property at first floor level, into a good size entrance hall. This leads to the three bedrooms. The master bedroom, currently used as a second reception room, has the en suite bathroom. There is also the separate shower room and a useful work space on this level. A sunny balcony with lovely views can be accessed from bedrooms one and two. Stairs lead down to the large, open-plan sitting room/dining room with open fireplace and doors leading out to the south facing garden. The well fitted kitchen is of a good size and has the benefit of a breakfast bar for everyday eating.
Outside, the south facing gardens are mainly to the rear and have been laid to patio, rockeries and pathways for easy maintenance, again with good views across the valley. The front has a driveway giving parking for a number of vehicles and leading to the double garage.
The property is most easily found by leaving Stroud via the Slad Road (B4070). Turn left into Birches Drive, continue up into Folly Lane and then at the top, bear right into Peghouse Rise. Take the third right into Shepherds Croft and the entrance to The Woodlands is the first left. No 6 is the middle property of three at the end of the cul-de-sac.
Peghouse Rise is situated close to open countryside in an elevated position on the north side of Stroud. Interestingly, the street is unique being the only one of its name in the whole of the UK. Stroud itself is a fascinating old town, quirky and different, with a particular vibe of its own and full of creative talent. Stroud is a popular location for families and benefits from excellent schools, including two grammar schools in Stroud itself. Large enough to have four supermarkets, it equally hosts an award winning Saturday Farmers' Market plus many independent retailers.
Another attraction of living in Stroud is its accessibility. With a main line station (London Paddington circa 90 minutes) it is also just off Junction 13 of the M5 motorway, ideal for commuting to Bristol or the West Midlands. The countryside around Stroud offers a spectacular choice of walks. In particular Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons, offering 650 acres of open space, free for anyone to enjoy and in the care of the National Trust. Minchinhampton also hosts one of the three challenging golf courses in the immediate vicinity.