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  • Bedrooms: 2
A Grade II Listed Cotswold three-storey stone cottage, situated in the heart of Rodborough with stunning views from the front to Rodborough Fort and beyond and across to Selsley. The cottage has undergone considerable works over the years to maintain its fantastic character throughout.

A wooden gate leads into a private garden to the front that has been landscaped with a lovely area to sit and enjoy the views. A wealth of planting and climbers will provide great colour throughout the seasons. A porch with a beautiful solid oak bespoke door leads into a small cloakroom and an entrance with a window to the side.

Internally, there are fitted wooden casement leaded windows throughout and a wealth of exposed stonework. The entrance leads into the sitting room which has a period fireplace with log burner inset, opening to a further reception or what could be an occasional bedroom if required. Steps lead to a modern fitted kitchen with dining area and bathroom.

Enclosed stairs lead to the first floor to an open plan room, an ideal relaxing space for Yoga or reading, with lovely views. Fitted cupboards provide great storage in this room with steps leading to a double bedroom and a further staircase leading to a second double bedroom. Both offer great charm and light. The loft space offers valuable storage and has been boarded.

To the rear, there is a pathway that leads to an open area of garden. This offers a raised decked terrace, an ideal dining area and space for a shed. Perfect for unwinding with a glass of wine after a long week at work.

Overall, this property offers light and space with a wealth of character and has been maintained to a high standard. Located in such a delightful spot with wonderful walks up to Rodborough Common and across to Butterow. With social events at the pub a short walk from the cottage, access to town and the station just off Rodborough Hill making it a very desirable and sought after location.

AMENITIES Built on a hill, Rodborough is located near Rodborough Common, a public recreation area popular with walkers. The parish has two primary schools, several public houses, a large hotel called The Bear of Rodborough Hotel and a community hall. It is home to the historic Winstones Ice Cream Factory. It has a large and active Christian community who attend the Church of England parish church of St. Mary Magdalene or Rodborough Tabernacle United Reformed Church, and its various clubs and societies include a football club, a Scout group and a mother and toddler network.

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Perry Bishop & Chambers - Stroud

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