Guide Price £670,000


Property Ref:



Peter Street




GL10 3TQ


Rosemary cottage is a delightful character property dating back to 1870 and is located in the heart of popular Frocester Village



The accommodation which has been greatly improved by the current vendors comprises, an entrance porch leading to a lovely sitting room/snug with exposed Cotswold stone chimney breast and original floor boards, fitted kitchen with flag stone flooring and leading to a fantastic 24’8 x 12’3 family/dining room with double doors leading to the patio and rear lobby with a ground floor WC and housing the combination boiler. The first floor offers a landing, three generous bedrooms with bedroom four set up as a home office and a stunning family bathroom with free standing claw foot bath, separate shower and exposed beams. The second floor comprises the master bedroom with a walk in dressing area and leading to a newly fitted contemporary style en suite shower room with exposed beams and feature tiling. Further benefits include gas central heating, countryside views and double glazing.


Beautiful mature level gardens of .44 of an acre with a large lawn, surrounding paved patio and a lovely array of mature of shrubs, plants and trees. A long paved driveway leads to the off street parking for several cars and the outbuilding/garages which measure 45’0 x 14’0 with electric and power. The outbuildings have potential to be converted and developed subject to the usual planning consents and permissions. There is space for a chicken run and coop, gated access to the private vegetable plots and pathway with Pergola over leading to the entrance porch and rear lobby.


Frocester is a charming and extremely popular village which lies just beneath the Cotswold escarpment, located 4 miles west of Stroud and offers idyllic rural living but still retaining excellent rail and motorway transport links. Frocester was once the site of a Roman settlement but now offers a well-regarded public house, and excellent cricket facilities at Frocester Cricket Club. The nearby town of Stonehouse offers a wide range of amenities to include banks, post office, local schools, supermarkets and butchers. The main line railway station provides a direct route to London, Paddington and Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is approximately 2 miles away. Cam and Dursley train station is just 3 miles away with excellent regular links to Bristol.

Council Tax Band

Band = D


The vendors have informed us that property has mains water and sewerage is via a shared septic tank with the neighboring properties.



Local Authority

Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321

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