142 Thrupp Lane, Thrupp
Entrance hall, Summer Room, Shower Room. Kitchen, Dining Room, Sitting Room, 4 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Loft, Gardens, Parking, Outbuildings, Views.
- PERIOD HOME
- 4 BEDROOMS
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- EXTENSIVE GARDENS WITH VIEWS
- VILLAGE LOCATION
This attractive split-level period home occupies a sought-after location with the most fabulous views. Full of charm and character features the accommodation offers adaptable space, extensive gardens and gated off street parking. Features include exposed beams, wood burning stoves, an inglenook fireplace and finished off with a lovely glassed roof summer room. As illustrated on the floor plan the accommodation comprises an entrance hall leading to the summer room (with shower room off) and sitting room. Steps down lead to the kitchen/breakfast room with inglenook fireplace and the dining room with doors opening to the garden. On the first floor there are three bedrooms together with the family bathroom, whilst the master bedroom is located at the top of the house. A pull down ladder offers access to a fabulous attic space creating a fun occasional hobbies room.
Gated parking is located to front of the house leading down to extensive gardens with views across the valley, outbuildings and a wonderful seating area ideal for alfresco dining.
Thrupp Lane is a quiet country lane that runs in an elevated position along the west facing flank of the Frome Valley between Chalford and Stroud. The properties generally enjoy exceptional views across to Rodborough Common opposite and 142 Thrupp Lane is no exception. It occupies an idyllic location to explore with a network of public footpaths nearby. Thrupp has an excellent village primary school, while for all other necessities it is conveniently close to Stroud, the main regional and administrative centre for the area.
This has three major supermarkets (Waitrose, Tesco and Sainsbury's), outstanding secondary schools (Stroud High and Marling) and an award winning Farmers’ Market. Stroud is just off the M5 (Junction 13) and within about 2 hours of London, while trains into London Paddington are scheduled from 93 minutes with ample parking at or near the station. Bristol, Gloucester, Cheltenham and Swindon are all within comfortable commuting distance.
The property is most easily found by leaving Stroud in the direction of Cirencester. Continue through the lights and past the turning to Thrupp. After approximately 3/4 mile, take the turning left into Brewery Lane and follow the lane to the top. At the top, bear left and the entrance to 142 can be found after a short distance on the left hand side behind the five bar gate.
The neighbouring property has a right of access over the footpath.