A rare opportunity to acquire a development site in a quiet lane just above Nailsworth centre. This location is very much part of the thriving local community, with the shops and amenities of the town within easy reach and country walks just up the lane. The two Cotswold stone buildings date back to 1860 and 1883 respectively and was operated by the Clissold family as a local family business. In 1889, the Brewery was registered as a limited company. In 1908, having expanded by taking over two other breweries, the Nailsworth Brewery was itself taken over by the Cheltenham Original Brewery Co Ltd, but went into liquidation and ceased brewing in the same year. The Clissolds are recorded as being maltsters of Nailsworth in 1830, and this may have been on the same site as the current buildings, though nothing on the site appears to survive from this date. The most recent private owner's family bought the Maltings in 1902-3, indicating that malting had ceased on the site by that date. The current owner has obtained sympathetic planning permission to convert the two existing buildings into 13 apartments and to build a new block for three further apartments. These properties vary in size, with one bedroom units from 538 sq.ft and large two bedroom apartments with 1138 sq.ft of living space. The properties within the older buildings will retain original character features and the gross domestic value of the completed properties will total C£4m – more information is available from Peter Joy.
The properties will benefit from allocated parking. The properties in the existing buildings will have parking spaces within the grounds, and the proposed new build units benefit from parking below the building. There are also communal amenity spaces for the apartments within the grounds.
The Maltings is situated in a quiet lane just above Nailsworth. The town is just down the road and benefits from a large selection of specialty shops including Williams Food Hall, the famous Hobbs House Bakery, The Yellow Lighted Bookshop, various clothing and gift shops, several cafes and a good selection of very well regarded restaurants. Bus services connect with Stroud, some four miles away, where there is a more comprehensive selection of shopping, educational and leisure facilities. Junctions of the M4 and M5 motorways are within easy reach and railway stations at Stroud (4 miles) and Kemble (10 miles) provide main line services to Gloucester, Swindon and London Paddington.
Tetbury Lane, Nailsworth, Stroud GL6