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Home of the week from The Property Centre – School Square, Selsley

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The Property Centre is pleased to present Half Pint Cottage. This charming and well-presented terraced property is situated close to local amenities and also provides easy access to Selsley Common and presents great opportunities for countryside walks.

The property’s location offers the perfect blend of convenience and tranquillity. With period features and a prime location, this terraced cottage is an excellent opportunity for anyone purchasing in this area.

The characterful accommodation is arranged over three floors and boasts an entrance hall with an adjacent shower room leading to a fitted kitchen and features exposed stone and beams, giving it a rustic feel.

The reception room, accessible via stairs, features a cosy window seat and has a traditional Cotswold stone fireplace that houses a log-burning stove and exposed beams that add character to the space.

The master bedroom is situated on the top floor of the building and boasts stunning views through skylight windows. Enjoying such picturesque views can be a great way to unwind and relax after a long day. With its unique architectural features and thoughtful design, this property offers an inviting and comfortable living experience.

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The cottage’s front garden is a delightful feature that adds to the property’s overall appeal. In addition to offering privacy, the garden has comfortable seating areas where you can unwind. A lovely summer house further enhances the garden’s charm, making it an ideal spot for outdoor gatherings and leisurely afternoons.

This property is available for sale with no onward chain and has previously served as a holiday cottage. Its historical usage as a vacation home could make it an attractive investment opportunity for those looking to enter the hospitality industry or for individuals seeking a second home close to Stroud. With its potential to generate rental income, this cottage may be an excellent choice for landlords or those looking to invest in property.


School Square, Selsley, Stroud, GL5

  • Cotswold stone cottage
  • Character & charm
  • No onward chain
  • Established gardens
  • Fitted kitchen
  • Valley views

Council Tax Band – B

Asking price – £235,000

Potential rental income: Circa £700 pcm


To find out more or to book a viewing contact The Property Centre team in Stroud on 01453 750001, email stroud@thepropertycentres.co.uk, or use the form on the property listing here.

Living in Selsley, Stroud

Selsley is a charming village located in the beautiful Stroud District in Gloucestershire. The village is surrounded by rolling hills and is known for its stunning views of the Cotswold countryside. It’s a small and peaceful village, perfect for those who are looking for a quiet and relaxing lifestyle.

This property is conveniently situated near Selsley Common, a historic common spanning just under 100 acres. It is renowned for its rare plant species and is designated as a site of special scientific interest. The village of Selsley provides convenient access to a well-liked local pub and supermarket in Dudbridge, which also serves as an entry point to a fantastic walking and cycling trail connecting Stroud and Nailsworth. Stroud is centrally located within five distinct valleys, each showcasing their own unique character, resulting in a breathtaking and dramatic local landscape.

One of the main attractions of living in Selsley is its proximity to Stroud, a vibrant town with a rich cultural heritage. Stroud is home to many independent shops, an award-winning farmers’ market, cafes, and restaurants, making it a great place to visit for a day out. The central railway station in Stroud provides frequent, direct services to London Paddington (approximately 90 minutes). If travelling by car, it takes around two hours to reach the capital via either the M4 or the M40. Additionally, junction 13 (Stroud) of the M5 is conveniently located just 10 minutes away, allowing for easy commuting to Bristol or the West Midlands.

Overall, Selsley is a wonderful place to call home for those who appreciate the beauty of the countryside and the charm of village life. With its stunning views, friendly community, and convenient location, it’s no wonder that Selsley is a popular choice for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of city living.

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