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5 bedroom detached house for sale

Paganhill, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5

Guide Price £700,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Detached Grade II Listed
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • Cloakroom
  • Garage
  • Workshop
  • Gardens with woodland and millstream

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A delightful Grade II listed Queen Anne fronted former Mill house on the edge of Stroud.

Location

The Mill House is situated on the edge of Stroud. Indeed, one of the closest pubs to the house is The Woolpack in Slad which was regularly frequented by the author and poet Laurie Lee. Stroud, encircled by five dramatic valleys and once described by the London Evening Standard as Notting Hill with wellies, is a small market town with a Bohemian feel and with many specialist shops, cafes, galleries, markets and bookstalls. There is also
a Waitrose supermarket, Vue cinema and an award winning Farmers' Market. There is a broad choice of state and private schools in the area including Beaudesert Preparatory
School on Minchinhampton Common and Wycliffe College at Stonehouse. Marling School for Boys in Stroud and Stroud High School for Girls are both state funded grammar schools and are within walking distance. There are also many schools and
colleges in Cheltenham.
From Stroud there is a regular First Great Western service to London Paddington whilst Junction 13 of the M5 is not too far distant. There are many and varied recreational activities in the area including racing at Cheltenham and Chepstow,
gliding at Aston Down, polo at Cirencester Park and Aston Down and First Division Rugby at Kingsholm, Gloucester. Casual golfers will enjoy the Painswick and the Old Minchinhampton golf courses where players need to avoid the roaming cows! On the
opposite side of the town are the two new courses at Minchinhampton Golf Club, one with a parkland style and the other with links characteristics. Sailing is available at
the Cotswold Water Park and Frampton-on- Severn.

Description

A pretty Queen Anne fronted former Mill house Grade II listed and dating back to the mid 18th Century. The rear of the house is built of Cotswold Stone and the front of the house is built of brick and painted white, making it a very attractive property.
The house has been maintained and restored, including new roof, boiler, electrics and front listed windows.
The reception rooms are approached off the central hallway and look out over the west facing garden, the sitting room
interconnects with the dining room and therefore makes for excellent entertaining space. The sitting room also benefits from a Clear View wood burning stove. Also on the ground floor is the kitchen, Cloakroom and under stairs cupboard.
The first floor is approached via a wooden staircase with three double bedrooms off the central hallway, all the bedrooms have a view of the garden, whilst to the rear is the family bathroom.
The second floor provides two further double bedrooms, a laundry room with a sink and plumbing for all white goods, along
with the second family bathroom.
OUTSIDE
The house sits well within its own plot, the gardens are mainly laid to lawn with mature beds around the house. On the southern side there are a selection of mature trees, creating
a charming area of woodland. Running through the gardens is the old Mill stream, creating a wonderful water feature and
meandering down through the wooded valley.
A large log store is situated off the gravel parking area.
The boiler is situated in a separate boiler room attached to the house.

Square Footage: 2,233 sq ft

Directions

From Stroud town centre at the Merrywalks round about follow the A46 towards Cheltenham and along Beeches Green. At the next round about go straight over and past Tesco supermarket along the Stratford Road and past the Stroud College. At the next mini round about go straight over and take the left turning into Park End Road by the maypole. Follow this road along
past The Crown Pub continue for another 150 yards, drop down the hill and the drive way to The Mill House on your left just before the road bends round to the left.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
09 October 2016

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