Coronation Road, Stroud

8 Bed Character Property 

WE WILL BE UNDERTAKING VIEWINGS FROM THE WEEK OF 6TH OF JUNE. A stunning detached period home set in the heart of Rodborough with lovely views across the valley. Three receptions offering a wealth of space and light. Fitted kitchen/breakfast room opening to the grounds. Six bedrooms and two bathrooms to the first floor with two bedrooms and shower room to the lower ground floor and access to a side garden. Wealth of parking. Planning obtained to build a two bedroom detached dwelling if required.

Guide price £1,225,000
SSTC

Property Features

Location:
Coronation Road, Rodborough, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 3SL
Reception Rooms:3
Bedrooms:8
Bathrooms:3

Contact Agent

A2
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Gloucester
Gloucestershire
GL2 8LW
Tel: 07904 884344
homes@ajeaglos.co.uk

Property Details

Frogmore house is a charming, detached Edwardian home, enjoyed by the owners for over 35 years. Situated in the heart of Rodborough, far reaching views from the house and grounds.
A chipping driveway with wealth of parking, opens to the gardens and entrance. Throughout the house you are greeted with period features and incredible natural light.

On leading into the entrance porch you open into a delightful snug with wooden panelling and a period fireplace, from this room access to sitting room and stairs lead to the lower ground floor. The main hallway provides stairs leading to the first floor and doors to all rooms to include cellar and downstairs cloakroom.

Family sitting room provides incredible space with stunning views across Stroud, a charming stone fireplace and log burner inset. Delightful dining room offering incredible space and perfect for family gatherings. Fitted kitchen with a range of base and wall mounted units, complimented by built-in double oven, hob, extractor and microwave with integral dishwasher. Patio doors open to the garden with a breakfast bar perfect to sit and take in the views. The utility room provides space for appliances and access to the garden. Home office, essential room to most families with views to the garden. Door leads to the Cellar that offers a wealth of storage space.

Lower ground floor provides versatile space, two double bedrooms, one with doors leading to the garden, completed by a spacious modern shower room. This could be self-contained annexe for family, older children or as a potential income provider.

To the first-floor, four double bedrooms and two good sized single rooms, complimented by a four-piece family bathroom and a separate shower room. Each room offers a great amount of natural light with views. There is an ideal opportunity to create a master suite to the rear taking full advantage of the views by combining both bedroom four and six into one and include the shower room to be en-suited if required, whilst still having overall five bedrooms.

Gardens
A terrace directly outside the kitchen, perfect for that early morning coffee, opens to a flat lawn for the whole family to enjoy with wonderful views. A useful garden room with steps leading to the side garden that is enjoyed by the lower ground floor bedrooms, with a stunning Magnolia tree overhanging the lawn. Pathway then leads back to the front with a wealth of well stocked borders.

This is truly a wonderful house allowing any family to grow making this a great forever home. The location offers wonderful walks on Rodborough common, a short to walk to Rodborough primary school, easy reach by foot or car to all Stroud has to offer including the railways station.

AGENT NOTE:
The owners have obtained outline planning permission for a two-storey extension to the rear of the property. This would create a large family/dining kitchen with an expanse of glass, opening onto the garden. Above to utilise what is currently bedroom four & six and shower room. To create a master suite with en-suite, dressing room taking in the views across Stroud.
Stroud District Council planning reference is S.21/0667/HHOLD

Further to this the owners have also enquired through a pre-app to look at the viability of a detached two storey dwelling built on the driveway, set back from the road. This was proposed as internally offering entrance hall, boot room, a single storey green roofed open plan kitchen/living space opening to the garden with utility room. Office/guest bedroom with snug having wood burning stove. To the first floor a master suite, two further bedrooms and shower room. Having parking for two cars. (As a pre app this was seen favourably as a possibility).

From the kitchen onto a terrace, perfect for that early morning coffee to take in the view. This opens to a stunning flat lawn perfect for the whole family to enjoy. Picket fencing to the boundaries allows for an open view complete with garden shed. Steps to the side to a very handy garden store with gate and steps leading to a secluded side garden that can be enjoyed from the lower ground floor bedrooms with a terrace and stunning Magnolia tree overhanging the lawn. Pathway then leads back to the front with a wealth of well stocked borders.

This is truly a wonderful house allowing any family to grow making this a great forever home. This road is very well regarded locally with a mix of period and modern contemporary built family homes in a close-knit community.
The location offers wonderful walks on Rodborough common with a short to walk to Rodborough primary school. Easy reach by foot or car to all Stroud has to offer including the railways station.

AGENT NOTE:
The owners have obtained outline planning permission for a two-storey extension to the rear of the property. This would create a large family/dining kitchen with an expanse of glass and opening doors onto a terrace to the ground floor. Above to utilise what is currently bedroom four & six and shower room. To create a master suite with en-suite, dressing room and an expanse of glass with Juliette balcony taking in the views across Stroud. Stroud District Council planning reference is S.21/0667/HHOLD

Further to this the owners have also enquired through a pre-app to look at the viability of a detached two storey dwelling built on the driveway, set back from the road. This was proposed as internally offering entrance hall, boot room, a single storey green roofed open plan kitchen/living space opening to the garden with utility room. Office/gust bedroom with snug having wood burning stove. To the first floor a master suite, two further bedrooms and shower room. Having parking for two cars. As a pre app this was seen favourably as a possibility.

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Outside

Rodborough is one of the local elevations and highly desirable residential area between Stroud and National Trust owned Rodborough Common. It enjoys an active community with two popular primary schools, along with a lovely local pub, The Prince Albert, renowned for musical events.
Rodborough Tabernacle United Reformed Church, and its various clubs and societies include a football club, a Scout group and a mother and toddler network.

C of E St Mary Magdalene Church dating to 1392 in part with one remaining bell assumed to date 1580 when the tower was rebuilt. Of particular interest Rev W Awdry of ‘Thomas the Tank’ fame, once a local resident, commissioned a stain glass window in memory of his late wife and is depicted closing the engine shed doors for a final time.

Rodborough Common, set within 300 acres National Trust land, is easily recognised by The Fort, a folly surrounded by grassland, home to both rare and common native flora and fauna. Panoramic views of the Stroud valleys and Severn estuary.
The commons enjoy Commoners’ Rights, and during summer months herds of cows and a donkey lead string of horses roam freely.

Attractions include, acclaimed Winston’s Ice-cream factory. Former 17th century coaching inn, The Bear at Rodborough, a popular venue for social occasions and sun trapped beer garden with golf course nearby.

Amenities available in Stroud include grammar and independent schools, restaurants, public houses, leisure and sports centres, supermarkets and award winning weekly farmers market. Superb indoor shopping centre complete with a delightful food hall and independent shops.

Stroud benefits from excellent transport links main railway station with regular services to London (Paddington). Junction 13 (M5 motorway) 5 miles away.

This property is perfectly placed to enjoy both village and town life whilst only a short distance from walks on the common.

  • Stunning period home offering incredible internal accommodation
  • Set in the heart of Rodborough with delightful views
  • Planning permission to extend along with a pre-app to build a property on the land
  • First floor six bedrooms and two bathrooms
  • Lower ground floor two bedrooms and shower room with access to the garden
  • Wealth of period features throughout
  • Three incredible reception spaces
  • Fitted kitchen, utility, cloakroom & cellar
  • Ideal opportunity to create self contained annexe for family
  • Delightful home with formal flat lawns and views

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