Walkley Wood, Nailsworth, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL6

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Oak House is situated in an elevated position towards the western edge of Nailsworth, with a lovely view to the front over a valley. It was built about 20 years ago as a single detached dwelling but has since been subdivided vertically into 2 houses, a part of which is currently providing a useful income from short-term holiday lets. The property has also been subdivided legally with the Land Registry, each with its own Title but it would be a relatively easy operation to reconfigure it back as one house, if required. Hand built in a traditional style, the top two floors are oak-framed with lime rendered panels and the exterior is clad in cedar, with reclaimed clay tiles to the roof slopes. The floorboards and cupboards have been made from timbers recycled from the pottery at nearby Prinknash Abbey. There is a lovely atmosphere about the house, and all the exposed timbers exude immense charm and character. It has been designed around a central stairwell and the original plans were to provide 2 bedroom suites on the ground floor, 2 further bedrooms on the first and the sitting room and kitchen/breakfast room were at the top, taking advantage of the views. Outside there is a parking area in front of the property and some excellent storage. The south facing garden lies to the rear of the house and is on a slope which has been terraced with gravelled walkways, sitting areas and further steps leading up to a vegetable growing area.

Stroud (Paddington 90 minutes) 3½ miles • Tetbury 6 miles • M5 (J13) 6 miles • Cirencester 12 miles • M4 (J18) 16 miles • Cheltenham 18 miles (All distances and times approximate)

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