5 Delmont Grove, Stroud GL5 1UN, UK

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Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Receptions: 2

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Last Sold: JUN 2005

Price: £435000


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Agents think: £650,000  1 agent(s) valuations found

HPI banks think: £655,210


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2021-04-07 21:16, User_1

Hamptons - Stroud Sales Agent Valuation of this property is £650,000

Description:

A substantial detached family home on the outskirts of Stroud Town Centre with just under quarter of an acre gardens. The property is close to an array of amenities and country walks. This well-presented family home offers 3180 sq. Ft. Of internal accommodation over three floors. As shown on the floor plan, the versatile accommodation begins from the entrance hall which radiates to all ground floor rooms. The hallway leads to the 25' L-shaped sitting/dining room with a wood-burning stove and access to the balcony and a kitchen with an array of wall and base level units. You will also find a bedroom/study, cloakroom and utility on this floor. A staircase leads down to the superb 25' home office with patio doors leading to the garden.

The first floor landing offers access to four bedrooms, two with en-suite shower rooms and a family bathroom. Property Ref: STR200054.<br/><br/><b>Outside</b><br/><br/>The property is accessed via a driveway for several vehicles with access to the double garage. The mature gardens are located to all four sides of the property and are mainly laid to lawn. There is a selection of mature trees, bushes and shrubs creating privacy. A balcony at the rear enjoys wonderful views over the dell and a seating terrace provides the perfect spot for alfresco dining. The total plot measures 0.24 of an acre.<br/><br/><b>Situation</b><br/><br/>The property is conveniently located on the periphery of Stroud, less than a mile from the centre of town. The house enjoys ease of access to a range of facilities including the award winning weekly farmers' market. This market town has a Bohemian feel and is popular for it's literature, arts and historical industrial woollen mills with the old canal system being currently rejuvenated. There are many specialist shops, cafes, galleries, cinema, sports and leisure clubs. There are a great selection of educational choices for all ages including independent, grammar and state schools. The nearby M5 provides access to Bristol and Birmingham. Stroud railway station has a regular service to London (Paddington) in approx. 90 minutes. Cirencester, Cheltenham and Gloucester are all within 14 miles.

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