Tabernacle Walk, Rodborough, Stroud
A stunning location with amazing views, set in the heart of Rodborough backing onto the common. Delightful sun terrace and mature tiered gardens. Three storey end of terrace with character and wealth of light. Parking for one and a single garage. Internally sitting room with log burner, modern fitted kitchen and conservatory opening to the terrace with views. Two double bedrooms and bathroom over the floors above. Further benefiting from cellar/storage.
Tabernacle Walk, Rodborough, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 3UJ
16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344
A charming three-storey end of terrace located in Rodborough with fantastic views as far as the Severn. Benefitting from a garage and parking for one car in front. This location takes full advantage of a picturesque setting with an ease of access onto the common perfect for walks.
This property has been enjoyed and well maintained by our owner for over 40 years. Having been modernised, whilst keeping its charm combined with modern facilities.
Approach from steps leading to the front door and side terrace where you can appreciate the most spectacular views. Front door leads into a small entrance hall, door directly into a very cosy sitting room.
A picture window to the front provides a wealth of light and views. Stone fireplace with mantle over and log burner inset. Enclosed door with stairs to the first floor and access to the conservatory and kitchen.
Steps from the sitting room lead into a fitted kitchen having door to the rear with a window overlooking the gardens to the side, having a range of base and wall mounted units and wealth of work surface.
Conservatory all double glazed with French doors opening onto the sun terrace, wonderful views to enjoy all year round. Perfect to sit and enjoy the first coffee of the day.
To the first floor landing doors to bathroom and bedroom with further stairs to the second floor. A lovely double bedroom to the front with breathtaking views to wake up to every day. A very useful linen cupboard which houses the boiler. Space for freestanding furniture.
Bathroom with shower over bath with the perfect combination of tiles and wooden panelling, very light and airy and well maintained.
To the second floor a further double bedroom with a range of freestanding drawers and cupboards being included by the vendor in the sale also enjoying the wonderful view to the front.
The gardens are to the side, with wrought iron railings and paved sun terrace providing a perfect dining space to sit and relax and enjoy an amazing view. Raised beds and dry stone walling as a backdrop with tiered terraces offer a wealth of mature planting. Also pathway provides access to the kitchen.
Single integral garage with two opening doors to the front and parking for one car. Access from the lane to a very useful cellar/store room complete with recessed storage and lighting.
The steps provide access to 5 & 6 Tabernacle Walk. Number 6 has a small area of garden located above the garden of number 7 that is accessed from the sun terrace.
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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 views from inside and out
- Three storey character home with wealth of light
- Two delightful receptions take in the view
- Fitted kitchen with garden views
- Two double bedrooms and bathroom over two floors
- Single garage with parking for one car
- Cellar/storage room offering a wealth of space
- Stunning sun terrace perfect for Alfresco dining
- Having Rodborough common as a backdrop
- A short distance from Stroud centre and station