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Home of the week from The Property Centre in Stroud – Southbank, Woodchester


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A beautifully presented 2 bedroom, semi-detached home in the highly desirable village of Woodchester, now available through The Property Centre, for £350,000.

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This light and airy extended home comprises of an entrance hall, lounge with log burner, a tastefully finished extended open plan kitchen/diner, with a utility room and by-folding doors leading to the rear garden. 

A living room with a fireplace

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The property faces the pretty St Mary’s Woodchester parish church and enjoys rural views. 

A kitchen with blue cabinets

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Upstairs there are two double bedrooms and a family bathroom. Outside the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with a decking area, flowers and shrubs. Additionally, the property benefits from off road parking.

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The village of South Woodchester is a picturesque Cotswold village located in an elevated position on the slopes of Woodchester Valley between Stroud and Nailsworth. The local amenities offered by Woodchester include Primary School, two Public Houses, two Post Offices and Parish Church. Country walks are close at hand at Selsley Common, Woodchester Park and the surrounding area.

The Property Centre anticipate a high level of interest in this home. Contact The Property Centre in Stroud to book your viewing today.

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