This week's featured property is a very desirable period home at the heart of this popular village, with a 'studio' in the garden, on Chalford Hill, Stroud priced at £795,000.

Glenhaven has a southerly aspect, good accommodation, a generous plot and crucially, in this village, its own driveway and double garage.

Linked to its neighbour in one corner, to all intents and purposes Glenhaven feels detached and is set in a quiet, peaceful location.

It overlooks its front garden with views across the valley opposite and is available with no onward chain.

Internally, the property has all the period characteristics that makes living in these old Cotswold properties so special, but has also been sympathetically modernised so has a light and cheerful feel.

The well balanced ground floor has two good reception rooms plus the conservatory, a fitted shaker style kitchen with plenty of room for the breakfast table, generous utility room and a cloakroom.

Upstairs are four bedrooms (the master being en-suite) and a family bathroom.

The house is set in just under half an acre with a wooded area flanking the formal garden which is level and well laid out with, in the far corner, a studio/home office.

The double garage is flanked by a gravelled turning area and there is a garden shed.It is tucked away near the centre of this historic village in the hills immediately east of Stroud and west of Cirencester.

Agent: Murrays

Telephone: 01453 755552