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1 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Dunkirk Mills, Nailsworth, Gloucestershire, GL5

Sold STC £154,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Full of character
  • OWN outside space
  • Two PRIVATE parking spaces
  • Use of leisure facilities
  • No onward chain
  • On-site manager

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

NO ONWARD CHAIN. An ideal weekend retreat or rental investment. A quite charming and quirky cottage style property forming part of the highly-regarded Dunkirk Mills development just outside Nailsworth. Originally a dye house and with its OWN private terrace and two adjacent allocated parking spaces, this property is arranged over several levels and comprises a mezzanine bedroom, living room, kitchen and bathroom. Full use of the leisure facilities which include indoor pool, sauna, gymnasium and tennis court, grounds with mill ponds and nature reserve and plentiful parking.

Dunkirk Mills is a Grade II listed site and is reputed to be one of the finest surviving mills of its kind in Gloucestershire. Built in the Georgian era and powered by water from the Nailsworth valley, the mills became a prominent site of textile manufacturing in the nineteenth century. In the late twentieth century the buildings were converted into accommodation with private leisure facilities.

Nailsworth (1/2 mile) is a small but busy market town situated on the west side of The Cotswolds in beautiful and unique countryside. The town is still very much a working place to live, with plenty of thriving local businesses and a great range of shops and amenities including butchers, bakers, supermarkets, restaurants, banks, Post Office, library, doctors, bus station and playing field to name a few.

Nailsworth is a small but busy market town situated on the west side of The Cotswolds in beautiful and unique countryside. The town (population c.7000) is a hive of industry and is still very much a working place to live, with plenty of thriving local businesses and a great range of shops and amenities including butchers, bakers, supermarkets, bank/building society, Post Office, library, doctors, bus station and playing field to name a few. Nailsworth was the first Fair Trade town in the area and this is reflected in its style of food shops, craft shops, restaurants and the like. The town dates back to Norman times and its history is diverse and plentiful with many local landmarks and buildings of all sorts. As a result of its appeal, the town has continued to move with the times.
Stroud (mainline railway) 4 miles
Gloucester 14 miles
Cheltenham 18 miles
Bristol 29 miles
Swindon 29 Miles

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01 November 2016

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