Rose Acre is a very impressive and substantial ‘Turn of the Century' family home. Located off the London Road in Brimscombe, the property offers an extremely versatile and adaptable living accommodation. Having been extended from its original footprint the previous owners split the property creating a fully self contained annex for their mother to live in. The current owners have since incorporated this space within the family home creating a five bedroom house with an abundance of living accommodation. Despite the alterations the property has still managed to maintain some period features such as a sash window and ornate fireplace. Rose Acre also offers further potential with a large attic that could potentially be converted in a further bedroom/hobbies room subject to the necessary planning permissions.
The external features of the property are just as exciting and versatile as the internal space. There are mature gardens to the front, rear and side aspects. A pathway leads from the bottom boundary up to the front where views across to Minchinhampton can be enjoyed. The front garden is South facing and is predominately flat and laid to lawn. From the garden there are two terraced areas which are perfect for entertaining and access around to the detached workshop, off road parking and double garage. The workshop is currently used for wood turning and benefits from power, lighting and heating.
The property enjoys views over the surrounding Cotswold scenery and is situated close to the village of Brimscombe with its various amenities. Brimscombe offers a selection of day-to-day amenities such as a Village shop, public house and even its own Indian Restaurant. Brimscombe also offers easy access to extensive and beautiful countryside with a network of footpaths passing through the Toadsmoor valley and beyond. Nearby Stroud can be accessed via the A419 and is at the heart of the justifiably famous Five Valleys. Stroud has varied leisure, arts and retail facilities, a good selection of schools, choice of supermarkets, a renowned weekly farmer's market selling organic food and an annual Arts Festival. The nearest main line station is at Stroud (Paddington 1.5 hrs) and Junction 13 of the M5 affords easy access to the motorway network putting Bristol to the South within easy reach and Birmingham towards the North.