Gloucestershire Property Online are delighted to offer this quaint two bedroom Victorian red brick mid terraced house, located on a sought-after avenue in Stonehouse. Modernised and beautifully presented by the currently owners, the property is well maintained throughout and is perfectly suited towards first time buyers and those looking for a period property alike.

Built in the 1890's, the property boasts period features throughout and comprises: Entrance porch, lounge/diner with feature fireplaces and exposed brickwork, kitchen with built-in breakfast bar and utility space. Upstairs, the property further comprises of a double bedroom and main family bathroom on the first floor, with a further main bedroom space with views towards 'Frocester Hill' on the upper second floor. Outside, the property provides a rear garden space, off-road parking for two vehicles via a gravelled driveway and a workshop space benefiting from both power and lighting.

Further benefits include: UPVC double glazing, gas central heating, updated electrics/plumbing and good proximity to: Schools, amenities, transport links such as the M5, Stonehouse train station with direct routes to Cheltenham Spa and London Paddington and access to the town of Stonehouse, all of which can be found within 1.5 miles of the property.

With high levels of interest anticipated, please call 01452 347713, to avoid missing out on this characterful property and arrange a physical viewing with one of our team.

Entrance Porch (1.24m x 1.32m)

UPVC double glazed frosted main door to front, single glazed windows to front, fully tiled flooring, single glazed main door leading to:

Lounge/Diner (3.76m x 6.58m)

UPVC double glazed window to front, two period feature fireplaces with exposed red brickwork and wooden ceiling beams, void providing under-stairs storage space, space for formal dining room table and chairs, stairs providing access to first floor accommodation, 'Karndean' wood effect vinyl tiled flooring, radiator, void to:

Kitchen (3.56m max x 4.62m max)

UPVC double glazed windows to rear and into utility space, range of matching wall and base units with roll edged worktops, stainless steel sink with drainer and splash-back panelling, space for fridge/freezer, integrated appliances such as: 'Hotpoint' gas hob with electric pyrolytic oven beneath, extraction hood over and splash-back panelling. Built-in two seater breakfast bar, two radiators, spotlights, wood effect vinyl flooring, UPVC double glazed door leading to:

Utility (1.83m x 2.03m)

UPVC double glazed main door leading to rear garden space, UPVC double glazed window to rear, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for tumble dryer, wall mounted storage units, internal water tap, exposed brickwork, fully tiled flooring.

First Floor Landing

Partially wood cladded walls, door to stairs providing access to second floor accommodation, doors to:

Bedroom Two (3.73m x 2.97m)

UPVC double glazed window to front elevation with views towards Frocester Hill, fireplace with modern surround, radiator.

Bathroom (1.98m x 3.28m)

UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, white suite comprising: Walk-in thermostatic shower unit with splash-back panelling, wash hand basin with vanity storage cupboard beneath, W.C, door to storage cupboard housing wall mounted 'Worcester' gas combination boiler, shaver point, extraction vent, wall mounted towel rail, wall mounted mirror, partially splash-back panelled walls, 'Karndean' wood effect vinyl tiled flooring, radiator.

Second Floor

Bedroom One (5.28m x 3.76m)

UPVC double glazed dormer window to front elevation with views towards Frocester Hill, partially wood cladded walls, exposed red brickwork, trap providing access to a partially boarded loft space, electric panel radiator.

Outside

To the front, the property is approached by a walkway leading up to the entrance porch, with a gravelled driveway providing off-road parking for two vehicles and is enclosed by low level wooden fencing. Access to the rear can also be gained from the front, with a shared side access point to the left, between nearby neighbouring properties, a walkway then extends to the rear of neighbouring house, to which access to the garden can be gained by passing through a neighbouring garden - This side to rear access is gated between neighbouring properties and does not extend past this property.

At the rear, the garden extends to 91' (27.74m) and is mostly laid to lawn and enclosed by panelled fencing. The rest of the rear garden comprises of a Workshop space measuring 21'6 (6.55m) x 11'6 (3.51m) and benefits from both power and lighting, with a single glazed window and access door to the garden. Furthermore, there is a stone paved patio and gravelled seating area, with raised vegetable patches.

Property Information

Local Authority - Council Tax Band: B.
Stroud District Council.

Tenure - Freehold.

  • STONEHOUSE
  • VICTORIAN
  • TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS WITH VIEWS
  • PERIOD FEATURES
  • OFF-ROAD PARKING FOR TWO VEHICLES
  • PRIVATE REAR GARDEN WITH WORKSHOP
  • SOUGHT AFTER LOCATION
  • IDEAL FOR FIRST TIME BUYERS
Floorplan for Avenue Terrace, Stonehouse
EPC Graph for Avenue Terrace, Stonehouse

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