Rose Cottage, Nailsworth
Sitting room, Kitchen/Dining room, 4 Bedrooms, family Bathroom, en-suite WC, Summer house, Garage, good size Garden and Parking
- 4 BEDROOMS
- LARGE KITCHEN/DINING ROOM
- FAR REACHING VIEWS
- LANDSCAPED GARDENS
- SUMMER HOUSE
- OFF STREET PARKING
- DETACHED GARAGE
Rose Cottage, approached by a sweeping driveway, is a bright and welcoming home offering both potential and flexibility. An excellent family home, the internal accommodation comprises on the ground floor, a large and modern kitchen/diner in addition to a sitting room with a study/home office space tucked away in one corner and a cosy wood burner. Two double bedrooms and the family bathroom are on the first floor and two further double bedrooms on the floor above. The main bedroom has an en-suite WC which could easily be converted into a larger en-suite shower room.
The main attraction of this property is the garden which has been landscaped to provide useful flat spaces including a smart patio terrace with wonderful easterly views towards Nailsworth. In addition there is a substantial summer house which could be very easily be transformed into additional accommodation or an annexe with its own decked area perfect for a hot tub. There is also a detached garage with extended store/workshop space at the rear adding further potential. The property benefits from off street parking both at the top and bottom of its plot.
From the mini roundabout in the centre of Nailsworth, go up Spring Hill and turn immediately left into The Market Place. At the far end, fork left by the Britannia Inn onto Horsley Road and continue up the hill taking the right fork up Pike Lane. Continue ahead to Meadow Bank and subsequently Shortwood Road, then turning left at the sign for Wallow Green and Shortwood FC. Follow this road towards All Saints Church and the property can be found on your right hand side.
Rose Cottage is located on a quiet and peaceful lane directly opposite All Saints Church in Shortwood, surrounded by open countryside and wonderful views across the valley towards Nailsworth. Nailsworth is an exceptional market town full of independent retailers including the famous delicatessen and restaurant, Williams Kitchen, plus numerous other shops and places to eat out.
Stroud is approximately 4 miles away with its sought-after grammar schools (Stroud High & Marling) as well as a Waitrose among numerous other supermarkets, specialist shops, cafes, galleries, cinema, bookstores and a vibrant Farmers' Market. Stroud mainline Station provides a regular service to London (Paddington) in approximately 90 mins as well as access to Bristol, Cheltenham & Gloucester.