A stylish contemporary home with fabulous gardens and parking on the ever popular bisley road.
Entrance Hall, Open Plan Kitchen, Dining Area, Sitting Room, Garden Room, Three/Four Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Split Level Gardens, Under House Storage Room, Parking, Views.
This remarkable contemporary home occupies a tucked away position at the top of Bisley Road. Stylishly designed to take full advantage of the light and its hillside setting, the property offers adaptable high quality open family space enhanced by a modern Scandinavian style extension. As illustrated on the floor plan, the split level accommodation is accessed at street level via a glazed entrance hall with steps down to the main accommodation incorporating the kitchen, dining room, sitting room and garden room with full height glazing opening to a sociable terrace area.
The spacious and calming master bedroom is located on the first floor together with a family bathroom offering both a shower cubicle and bath with a study/fourth bedroom along side. On the second floor there are a further two bedrooms with southerly views.
The pretty enclosed gardens are located on two levels with the upper level being laid to lawn interspersed with a range of mature shrubs and raised vegetable beds. This level is also where the off street parking can be found. The lower terrace offers privacy and space with a Mediterranean feel. Steps from the terrace provide access to the lower level where a significant under house storage area can be found.
The property is most easily found by leaving our office in Stroud in the Cirencester direction, turning left up Field Road signposted to Bisley and the Hospital. At the t-junction just after the Hospital turn right onto Bisley Road. Continue for approx 1/4 of a mile and the property can be found on the right hand side just before the entrance to Stone Manor.
The property is situated just above 'Old Stroud', where the properties comprise a fascinating mixture of medieval cottages juxtaposed with homes from the Georgian and Victorian era. The town of Stroud offers its own identity as a regional centre for the arts, film, drama and music as well as textile design - continuing its rich heritage of creativity.
Stroud is strategically located with excellent road and rail links in the vicinity. On the main line from the Cotswolds up to London (Paddington) scheduled from 95 minutes, it is also little more than 10 minutes off Junction 13 of the M5 and within about 2 hours of London by road.
The town has three major supermarkets (Waitrose, Sainsbury’s and Tesco) as well as an award winning Farmers Market every Saturday. It is surrounded by lovely countryside offering superb walks and there is an excellent choice of places to eat out locally while Stroud also retains a good selection of independent shops and has both boys and girls grammar schools.
Motorway M5 J13 Stroud - 5 miles, Motorway M4 J15 Swindon - 31 miles, Stroud Railway Station 0.5 mile, Cirencester (central) - 13 miles, Cheltenham (central) - 14 miles, Bristol Airport - 40 miles, Bristol Temple Meads - 32 miles. Distances are approximate.
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