Skip to content
Well Hill, Minchinhampton, Stroud
Guide price £500,000
Under Offer

Well Hill, Minchinhampton, Stroud

AN ATTRACTIVE END OF TERRACE PERIOD COTTAGE WITH A LARGE GARDEN AND A POPULAR ADDRESS ON THE EDGE OF MINCHINHAMPTON WITH OPEN COUNTRYSIDE BEYOND

Sitting Room, Kitchen, Cloakroom, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Front and Rear Gardens, Single Garage, Parking.
  • ATTRACTIVE PERIOD COTTAGE
  • END TERRACE
  • EDGE OF TOWN
  • SOUTH-WESTERLY ASPECT
  • GENEROUS GARDEN
  • SITTING ROOM
  • 3 BEDROOMS
  • BATHROOM
  • SEPARATE CLOAKROOM
  • GARAGE AND PARKING
  • Make Enquiry
  • Floorplan
  • View Brochure
  • View EPC

Full Details

DESCRIPTION
29 Well Hill is located just outside the centre of Minchinhampton with open south-westerly views of the surrounding countryside. An attractive period cottage for which Minchinhampton is renowned with, in this instance, the added advantage of a larger than average garden, a single garage and off street parking. The end of a cute terrace of three similar properties, the cottage has bright and far reaching views towards Gatcombe and Nailsworth.
The internal layout is simple and practical. The front door leads into a well proportioned and cosy sitting room through to the extended kitchen at the rear, with the addition of a ground floor cloakroom adjacent and a stable door leading to the rear garden. At first floor are two bedrooms with the bathroom situated between them. The staircase continues to a top floor bedroom with plenty of under eaves storage space.
In total the property sits comfortably in its 150 foot plot, the great majority of which is the front garden including a summer house and pond. The garage is at the rear of the property with rear door access to the back garden and an off-street parking space for one car to the front.

LOCATION
29 Well Hill, is situated half way down the hill of the same name, which leads out of the town of Minchinhampton. All the facilities of Minchinhampton are therefore within walking distance or a very short drive. This historic market town is an especially popular place to live, being adjacent to some 650 acres of National Trust common land, free for anyone to enjoy. The town has good facilities which include a doctors surgery, general store, post office, Boots chemist, 2 cafes, an excellent butcher and a gastro pub (The Crown). There is an active church, community library and many different clubs and societies. The town has three challenging golf courses and many lovely walks in the vicinity. It is known as a friendly and welcoming community. Nearby Stroud provides a further extensive range of shopping and recreational facilities.
Minchinhampton is approximately 15 minutes from Cirencester, 35 minutes from Cheltenham, 45 minutes from Bristol, Bath & Swindon and about 2 hours from London by road. Trains from Stroud Station are scheduled from 90 minutes into London Paddington.

DIRECTIONS
From our Minchinhampton Office on the High Street, cross over the junction with Tetbury Street/West End, onto Well Hill. Follow the lane down the incline and 29 Well Hill is on your left hand side.
What3words///slamming.starred.unfilled

Location of Property

Scroll To Top