The Bull House, Westrip
Kitchen, Sitting/Dining Room, 3 Bedrooms, Bathroom, Parking, Garage, Garden
- TUCKED AWAY LOCATION
- PERIOD FEATURES
- 3 BEDROOMS
- LARGE SITTING/DINING ROOM
- OFF STREET PARKING
- SINGLE GARAGE
- COTSWOLD STONE
Tucked away from view in a select development of barn conversions, this Grade II Listed home retains an array of period features typical of its origin. Once part of Westrip Farm, the property has been cleverly converted and now offers 3 bedroom, large sitting/dining room, parking, garage and garden to the rear. Constructed in Cotswold Stone the accommodation is located over two floors and comprises; kitchen fitted with a range of units and sitting/dining room with space for a wood burning stove. On the first floor there are three bedrooms together with the family bathroom.
Parking for up to 3 cars is available to the front of the house together with access to the garage. A side entrance leads to a covered seating area and steps up to the rear garden.
The property is located by leaving Stroud in the direction of the M5 motorway. On reaching Cainscross Roundabout take the second exit onto Westward Road. At the traffic lights turn right signposted to Cashes Green and Randwick. Continue straight over the mini roundabout and then left after a short distance into Westrip Lane. Follow the road along turning right into Redhouse Lane (approximately 4th turning on the right). Continue up the lane for a short distance before forking off to the right (opposite the turning to Far Westrip) to a small complex of around 4 properties. The Bull House can be found in the far right hand corner.
Westrip occupies a pretty hilltop community between the towns of Stroud and Stonehouse, both providing excellent shopping facilities and two grammar schools. With a lovely rural feel, the area offers lovely countryside walks including to a public house. Stroud offers more extensive everyday facilities including a leisure centre, cinema and many golf courses in the surrounding areas. Once described as "The Covent Garden of the Cotswolds", Stroud is a market town with a Bohemian feel and many specialist shops, cafes, galleries, markets, bookstores, a vibrant Farmers' Market every Saturday.
Regular bus services can be found nearby servicing routes to the main line railway stations at Stonehouse and Stroud, both feeding into London Paddington. The main centres of Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol, are all easily accessible via the M4 and M5 motorways and A38.
Motorway M5 J13 Stroud - 3 miles, Motorway M4 J15 Swindon - 33 miles, Gloucester Railway Station - 13.5 miles, Stonehouse Railway Station - 1.5 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 20 miles, Bristol Temple Meads - 30 miles, Bristol Airport - 40 miles. Distances are approximate.