A handsome semi detached character property situated in a good location on popular Rodborough Hill. This location is very much part of the thriving local community and allows for easy access to the shops, amenities and station of Stroud with hundreds of acres of National Trust land just up the hill at Minchinhampton and Rodborough Commons and two good schools close by. The property has been the subject of comprehensive renovation and improvement over the last nine years, from new plumbing to new electrics, from overhauled sash windows to new roofing, the level of work is extensive. This house is built using traditional methods from red brick under a pitched slate roof with accommodation arranged over two floors.
Rodborough is a popular residential area on the outskirts of Stroud. Amenities available within the vicinity include the well regarded Rodborough and Gastrels schools and the Prince Albert public house. A range of state and private schools, restaurants and public houses, an award winning weekly farmers wider range of facilities are available in nearby Stroud approximately a mile distant to include an excellent market, leisure and sports centre. There is also a main line railway station with intercity services connecting with London (Paddington). Gloucester (8 miles), Cheltenham (12 miles) Cirencester (15 miles) and Bristol (20 miles) and Junction 13 (M5 motorway) is within easy driving distance.
An entrance hall with Minton tessellated tiled floor, two reception rooms, utility room with cloakroom/WC and a lovely 14′ kitchen/family room with doors that open on to the garden can be found on the ground floor. A master bedroom with en suite bathroom, three further bedrooms and a family bathroom are found above on the first floor. The clever renovation programme has retained character features whilst increasing insulation and energy efficiency. The EPC rating of C is rare in property of this style so prospective buyers really are getting the best of both worlds, a lovely character house that is also easy to heat and more affordable to live in.
The house fronts on to Rodborough Hill so the gate leading to the property is accessed from the pavement with steps carrying on up to the red painted front door. The drystone wall and well established hedge provides privacy at the front also. There is side access to the right hand side of the property. To the rear is a well landscaped garden with views to the North and West parts of Stroud including far reaching views to the River Severn. The garden is well proportionally split into separate areas with lawn, a deck, slated path, gravelled area and planters all incorporated. The garden also includes its own wooden outbuilding which is serviced with power and light.