Grove House, Stroud
Grade II Listed house with Entrance Hall, Drawing Room, Dining Room, Study, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility, Cloakroom, 4 principal Bedrooms and 2 secondary bedrooms, Bathroom, Shower Room. Separate 2 Bedroom Cottage, double Garage, private Driveway, landscaped Garden, substantial purpose-built Barn for secure storage, Meadow, Woodland. Additional land available by separate negotiation.
- BEAUTIFUL GEORGIAN HOUSE
- GRADE II LISTED
- IMMACULATELY PRESENTED
- 3 RECEPTION ROOMS
- 6 BEDROOMS
- 2 BEDROOM COTTAGE
- GARAGING & BARN
- LANDSCAPED GROUNDS
- 5 ACRES
- FURTHER LAND AVAILABLE BY SEPARATE NEGOTIATION
Grove House and its associated cottage sit proudly in a prominent position on the edge of Stroud, within walking distance from Stroud mainline station and two sought after grammar schools. Stroud is a vibrant town with a distinctive character that sets it apart from its more traditional neighbours. Partly this is historic as the water-driven cloth mills in the surrounding valleys provided the wealth that lead to so many fine 18th and early 19th Century houses being built in its locality, of which Grove house is a particularly fine example. Modern Stroud attracts families because of its excellent facilities and for being more 'alternative' to neighbouring towns. Large enough to support four separate supermarkets including a substantial Waitrose, it also has an incredibly successful Saturday Farmers Market and a wide range of independent retailers. A renowned centre for the arts, Stroud appeals to the cosmopolitan purchaser, looking for something different. The town is surrounded by open countryside and rolling hills, sitting within an area of outstanding natural beauty, there are glimpses of green all around, offering stunning countryside for walking. By contrast, Regency Cheltenham is just up the road, famous for its Literary and other Festivals as well as its National Hunt racecourse, while Junction 13 of the M5 Motorway is approximately 10 minutes drive, for commuting to Bristol or the West Midlands. London is circa 90 minutes from Stroud mainline station.
There is potential to acquire two further fields by separate negotiation, one circa 5 acres and the other 6 acres. Further details available on request.
Planning to extend the kitchen was previously granted but has now lapsed.
Neighbouring cottages have a right of pedestrian and vehicular access over the back drive (not the main drive).
From our Stroud office, take the A46 in the direction of Cheltenham. Proceed over the mini roundabout by Stratford Park and after approximately half a mile, the entrance to Grove House will be found on the right hand side, shortly after Salmon Springs Royal Mail Depot and the Malthouse Antiques centre.