Rooksmoor, Woodchester, Stroud

£595,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Rooksmoor House was formerly one large house, now separated into two dwellings. A Grade II (star) Listed building. The property dates back to circa 1759 built of Cotswold Stone and offers accommodation over three floors with incredible historical features throughout. On approach, parking for two cars up to a walled entrance with a gate providing access into the grounds and to the entrance of the property.

Internally, an entrance porch leads into the entrance hall. A stunning drawing room with incredible moulded architrave, wooden panelling and wooden carved pelmets above the windows. Oak flooring and mullion window surrounds with an open fire and views to the gardens. Breakfast room opening to the kitchen with quarry tiled flooring. A day room/conservatory and feature wall with exposed stonework and doors opening to the garden. With a free standing log burner also a cloak and utility room with WC.

To the first and second floor, four delightful double bedrooms with a bathroom and shower room. Exposed floorboards and views to the gardens. On the second floor bedroom three has a spiral staircase leading to a fantastic hobby/play attic space. A perfect hide out for children.

The grounds offer a wealth of mature planting, a garden pond and a paved terrace perfect for alfresco dining. A lawned area with mature planting to the boundaries and garden sheds.

A detached stone studio with reception space, a shower room and log burner, ideal for an occasional bedroom, Air B&B or home office overlooking the grounds.

This is an opportunity to be a custodian to a house of immense history and charm. Rooksmoor as a hamlet sits equal distance between Stroud and Nailsworth sitting in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

AMENITIES The village of Woodchester is a picturesque Cotswold village located in an elevated position on the slopes of Woodchester Valley between Stroud and Nailsworth. The local amenities offered by Woodchester include a Primary School (rated by OFSTED as Outstanding), two Public Houses, Village Shop with a Post Office and Parish Church. Country walks are close at hand at Selsley Common, Woodchester Park and the surrounding area.

The nearby market town of Nailsworth is just a short drive away, where you will find a small supermarket, delicatessens including the acclaimed Williams Kitchen fish market & food hall plus a wonderfully diverse selection of fashionable boutiques and shops, salons, antiques & furniture shops and galleries for local craftspeople which have an annual arts festival.

A few miles away, Stroud offers a number of large supermarkets as well as its renowned Saturday Farmers' Market in the centre, high street shops, banks and individual boutiques. There is a cinema and ten pin bowling as well as leisure centre. Stroud offers several good secondary schools including a boys and a girl's grammar school.

The area offers convenient road links to all main cities, with Bristol, Bath and Swindon all being easily commutable. Stroud's mainline train station is approximately 3 miles away and offers an 80 minute (approx.) rail journey to Paddington.

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Perry Bishop & Chambers - Stroud

5 London Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire

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