The market town of Stroud is encircled by five sweeping valleys opening out to the River Severn and is renowned for its steep streets, independent spirit and cafe culture.
With plenty to offer locally, this area is a popular place to live and recent sales show that property prices here have risen significantly.
If you’re thinking of selling your home in or around Stroud, take a look below at some of the homes The Property Centre have sold here over the last year and how much they’ve increased in value since they were last on the market.
With demand for homes in Stroud and the Five Valleys at an all-time high, this means your home could be worth more than you think.
Curious to know how much? Simply book a free, no-obligation valuation with Nick Ponting, Stroud Branch Manager, to find out.
The Hawthorns, Bussage
Sold for £297,500 in 2020*, and then sold by The Property Centre for £345,000 in 2021, equating to a 16% increase in one year.
Stonecote Ridge, Bussage
Sold for £245,000 in 2017, and then sold by The Property Centre in 2021 for £343,000, equating to a 40% increase in four years.
Meadway Road, Stonehouse
Sold for £250,000 in 2019, and then sold by The Property Centre for £290,000 in 2021, equating to a 16% increase in two years.
Trinity Road, Stroud
Sold for £113,000 in 2013, and then sold by The Property Centre for £199,000 in 2021, equating to a 76% increase in eight years.
A great place for walkers and those with dogs, Stroud has over 3,000 miles of public footpaths and walks and forms part of the Cotswold Way.
Stroud has a treasure-trove of independent retailers, boutiques and vintage shops, giving the place its distinctive bohemian feel. The award-winning weekly Farmers’ Market is highly popular with locals as well as those travelling into the town – it’s considered one of the best in the country.
With lots to offer, as well as being an easy commute to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bristol and London, it’s easy to see why Bussage, Stroud and nearby Stonehouse are popular with so many.
*Data taken from Zoopla