When it comes to consulting a reputable, helpful and conscientious estate agency Hunters Stroud are pleased to offer all our customers, whether past or present, the very highest standards of consideration, care and advice in all property matters.
The team at Hunters Estate Agents and Letting Agents Stroud have many years of agency experience behind them yet we never lose site of the attributes of energy, enthusiasm and plain hard work in all our dealings. Hunters Stroud thoroughly enjoy their work in the local area which is particularly noted for its diversity in its architecture, independent spirit and stunning rural locations.
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Lettings at Hunters Stroud have a dedicated Accounts and Maintenance department that are there to support each other to ensure the service provided to you as a Landlord or a Tenant during a tenancy runs smoothly.
For any Account enquiries please contact Jenny on 0117 961 0011 | email@example.com
If you wish to speak to Maintenance please contact Mollie or Danni on 0117 961 6662 | firstname.lastname@example.org
For Administration queries please contact Julie or Jemma on 0117 961 0011 | email@example.com
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A Hunters franchise owned and operated under licence by MJ Property Services Limited.
Stroud boasts many independent shops, galleries and cafés and is home to a rather marvellous Farmers’ Market which is multi-award winning and also one of the largest farmers markets in the UK. The market takes place every Saturday morning and is visited from afar!
There are many amenities and plenty of things to do in Stroud and the surrounding villages. You will find a varied mix of everyday to more specialist shops in Stroud which is alongside the most beautiful backdrop of the picturesque Five Valleys.
A number of interesting landmark buildings such as The Subscription Rooms and the clock tower opposite our office add to the character of the town.
The Subscription Rooms in the heart of the town centre provide a venue for a wide variety of entertainment. There is also a small theatre, the Cotswold Playhouse, which is home to the amateur Cotswold Players; it occasionally hosts visiting professional companies.
On the fringes of the town are Stratford Park, originally the park of a small local weaver, now home to a leisure centre with an indoor and an outdoor swimming pool, and the museum in the park, a museum of the history and culture of the Stroud valleys.
The Canal is being restored to its former glory. Enjoy a stroll along the tow path, stopping at a traditional pub or café on the way.
Many writers, artists and craftspeople live in the five valleys encircling the town which were made famous by Laurie Lee’s “Cider with Rosie”.
The Cotswold Way runs through Stroud, and is very popular with walkers. Rodborough, Minchinhampton and Selsley Commons overlook the town and are enjoyed by a mix of walkers and horse-riders. You can even head for a locally-made Winstones ice-cream.
There is a wide varied range of accommodation in Stroud and the nearby villages including Brimscombe, Chalford, Nailsworth and Painswick. Also an area known as The Stanley’s on the way out of Stroud towards the M5.
Both Bristol and Cheltenham are within commutable distance by using the excellent M5/M4 motorway links and Stroud’s Railway station offers a direct link into London Paddington.
For many years Stroud has hosted a fringe festival on the second weekend in September and now holds the festival on the August bank holiday each year. The festival now covers art and literature, as well as a diverse range of unsigned bands.
The town has two state Grammar Schools, for boys and girls, and Archway School, a mixed Comprehensive Secondary School. Nearby are several Independent Schools such as Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and the prestigious Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College are approximately 30 minutes away.
Welcome to Stroud!