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Home of the week from The Property Centre – Eagle Mill Close, Stroud

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The Property Centre is pleased to welcome to the market this well-presented, three-bedroom, semi-detached family home overlooking the River Frome.

The property is located in a quiet and peaceful cul-de-sac, just a short walk from the Thames & Severn Canal. It is also just a 20-minute walk from Stroud town centre, making it the perfect place to live for commuters and families alike.

The accommodation is arranged over two floors and comprises:

  • A hallway and downstairs WC
  • A bright and airy lounge with a feature fireplace
  • A modern kitchen/diner with plenty of space for cooking and dining
  • Three double bedrooms
  • A family bathroom with a shower over the bath

Outside, there is a driveway with parking for two cars and an enclosed side and rear garden.

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The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating. It is also located in a desirable area with excellent schools, shops, and amenities nearby.

Situated just a mile from the property is Rodborough Common, with over 300 acres of National Trust common land providing ample countryside walking routes.

This property is perfect for families, commuters, or anyone looking for a well-presented home in a peaceful location.

Viewings are highly recommendedcontact our team at The Property Centre in Stroud today to arrange a viewing.


Eagle Mill Close, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5

Asking price: £325,000

Disclaimer: This property belongs to a relative of a member of staff at The Property Centre


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