The Property Centre are pleased to present this spacious and contemporary family home boasting a prime location in Stonehouse, as well as an impressive array of features and amenities.
The property has been lovingly renovated by its current owners, who have created a beautifully presented interior that includes a porch, cloakroom, utility area, and stunning kitchen diner. The latter is fitted with an impressive range of built-in appliances including a five-ring induction hob and wine cooler, while French doors lead out to the garden to create an indoor-outdoor living experience.
The large sitting room is another highlight, featuring dual-aspect windows and a living flame gas fire that serves as a striking focal point for the room. Overall, this individually designed family home offers the perfect combination of style, space, and convenience for modern living.
The first floor of the property houses a family bathroom along with four spacious bedrooms, including a master bedroom with an en-suite. Three of these bedrooms come equipped with built-in storage facilities. Externally, the front of the property features a driveway for parking and a sizable garage that boasts an electrically operated door, lighting, power supply, and water source.
The sunny rear garden offers a west-facing aspect and is furnished with a large patio area that features granite patio slabs. It also has an artificial lawn and a personal door leading into the garage.
Gated access to the front is another feature that adds to the convenience of the property. The two timber sheds provide additional storage space in addition to the garage. Further features of this property include air conditioning units on both floors and gas central heating.
Overall, this is a wonderful example of a modern family home.
- Four bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Two Bathrooms
- Off-street parking
Asking Price: £550,000
Living in Stonehouse
Stonehouse is a town situated about nine miles to the south of Gloucester city centre and four miles to the west of central Stroud. Stonehouse encompasses the sub-villages of Bridgend to the south and Ryeford to the east.
Stonehouse, once a quaint agricultural town recognized for its two water mills and vast vineyard, has transformed into a bustling industrial centre, boasting a multitude of enterprises, dining establishments, and retail outlets. Its convenient rail link to London and proximity to the recently revitalised canal render Stonehouse an appealing choice for those seeking to relocate near Stroud.
There are many footpaths and lanes in the town that lead to the Stroudwater Navigation. The Cotswold Canals Trust is working hard to restore the canal and there is active progress being made with plans to extend it to Saul Junction where it will meet the Gloucester & Sharpness Canal.
In 2021, the new railway bridge at ‘The Ocean’ and the A38 roundabout near Fromebridge Mill were both finished. Once all the planned work is done, boats will be able to travel from Saul Junction to the centre of Stroud. Additional work is required to connect this route from Stroud to the River Thames.
Stonehouse is home to two primary schools: Park Infant School, which serves students from reception to year two, and Park Junior School, which accommodates students from years three to six. Maidenhill School, located in the northeast of the town, is a comprehensive secondary school for 11-16-year-olds.
Wycliffe College, a private school, is situated in Stonehouse. The college includes a preparatory school campus on Ebley Road, which houses a nursery school, and a large senior campus nearby.