Tabernacle Walk, Rodborough, Stroud

2 Bed Cottage - Terraced 

A stunning location with incredible views backing onto the common in a quiet location. Offered to the market with NO ONWARD CHAIN. Four storey attached cottage. Modern fitted kitchen and utility/cloakroom to the ground floor. First floor sitting/dining room with beautiful views and log burner. Steps up to a very cosy snug with fitted book shelves. Second floor provides a spacious home office/playroom with door to the rear. Double bedroom with views and modern fitted bathroom. To the top floor, a further double bedroom with views. To the rear, steps lead up to a raised sun terrace with views. A short walk to a parking space for one car.

Guide price £385,000

Property Features

Tabernacle Walk, Rodborough, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 3UJ
Reception Rooms:3

Contact Agent

16 Wetherleigh Drive, Highnam
Tel: 07904 884344

Property Details

This is a delightful example of a three-storey cottage with lovely views across the valley. Set in Rodborough and backing onto the common with wonderful walks in every direction.
Leading directly into a modern fitted kitchen, practical and offering a great use of space. A downstairs cloakroom and utility area. To the first floor, a superb sitting room with dining area. Views to the front, stable door leading out to shared path and small balcony area. This room has a delightful log burner and provides the perfect place to watch the sun go down over the valley. A step leads into a cosy snug, a great relaxing space with built in bookshelves. To the second floor, a lovely double room to the front taking in the views with built in shelving and hanging space. A modern bathroom suite completed by a very useful reception/home office or occasional guest room with door leading outside to the rear to a raised sun terrace. Further stairs lead to bedroom two, a double bedroom with views to the front with great storage to the eaves.

Outside, steps lead up to a private decked sun terrace that provides delightful views. Parking for one car is a short walk from the house with further on street parking before turning into Tabernacle on the common.

This cottage offers a great amount of accommodation over the four levels, charming with lovely views. OFFERED WITH NO ONWARD CHAIN FROM THE END OF JUNE.

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the age and character of the property, the internal and external stairs in the garden are steep.

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 open views from this charming property
  • Four storey charming attached cottage
  • Modern fitted kitchen, utility & cloakroom
  • Sitting & dining room, log burner & fantastic views
  • Snug complete with fitted bookcases
  • NO ONWARD CHAIN vacant from end of June
  • Home office/occasional bedroom with terrace access
  • Two double bedrooms & modern fitted bathroom
  • Raised rear sun terrace with views to the rear
  • Small balcony on first floor & parking for one car a short walk away

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