Rodborough Common


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Located in an elevated position in the sought after area of Houndscroft and within easy walking distance of Rodborough Common stands this delightful, recently updated three bedroom Cotswold stone semi-detached cottage offering plenty of character features and spectacular far reaching views.

Entrance is through a feature stable door into a good size open plan kitchen/ dining room benefiting from wooden floors, bespoke fitted wooden kitchen units with a Belfast sink, newly fitted appliances, beamed ceiling, exposed Cotswold stone walls, a window seat with views out overlooking the garden and a feature open fireplace.

Leading off there is a cloakroom with room for a washing machine and the sitting room is spacious, again with plenty of character features and there is a lovely fireplace with a wood burner. There is also direct access to the garden and a private staircase leading up to the master bedroom.

Leading on the main staircase leads up to the first floor where there are three double bedrooms, one with a feature fireplace and the master being of a generous size and benefiting from an en-suite shower and built in wardrobes. All the bedrooms enjoy beautiful far reaching views out towards the countryside beyond. Also on the first floor the family bathroom is beautifully presented with a roll top bath and tongue and groove panelling.

To the outside the cottage is surrounded by countryside and the 75', south facing garden enjoys all day sunshine and benefits from a lovely gravelled patio area and another sheltered seating area surrounded by a generous mature landscaped garden with spectacular views out. Tucked away there is a good size workshop which could easily be converted to a useful outside office if desired.

AMENITIES Situated within a designated area of outstanding natural beauty, Rodborough is located directly south of the town of Stroud. Rodborough & Minchinhampton Commons are on the doorstep, which cover over 600 acres of National Trust land, creating an area popular for walking, riding and golf. The parish has two primary schools, highly regarded state and independent schools close by, several public houses, a large hotel and a community hall. It has various clubs and societies including a football club, a Scout group and a mother and toddler network.

Neighbouring Amberley also provides a good range of village amenities with a church, primary school, hotel and village inn, with further facilities at the nearby market towns of Minchinhampton, Nailsworth and Stroud. For children there are several playgrounds in Rodborough and the community hall hosts a youth club every Friday night with many other activities held there. The main line railway station at Stroud brings London within 90 minutes travelling time and Cirencester, Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bath, Bristol, Swindon, the M4 and M5 are all easily accessible.

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