Osborne House

Offers in excess of £900,000


osborne house, barn close, nailsworth, stroud, gl6 0jl

an impressive grade ii listed residence with a stylish modern interior and detached period outbuilding.

The Property

Tucked away in a privately owned close within walking distance of the centre of Nailsworth Market Town, sits an impressive row of four grade II listed Cotswold stone period homes. Osborne House is an elegant three storey residence with an attractive Cotswold stone wall and beech hedge to the front. Originally built as a barn, the current handsome facade dates back to the early-mid 19th century. The owners have sympathetically restored and transformed the property creating a stylish modern family home, complemented by the period features such as the tall ceilings, well-proportioned rooms, and sash windows, some with original shutters. Entry is directly into a wide central hallway, with access to the living room, kitchen and dining room, family room and cloakroom. The living room and dining room are both to the front whilst the family room has french doors opening onto the rear garden. The major alterations include a new staircase and the creation of a fantastic open plan fitted kitchen and dining room at the heart of the home. It benefits from a walk-in pantry and has access into the scullery which has another cloakroom, laundry room and further storage. The first floor has an L shaped landing, flooded with natural light. The main bedroom, positioned at the front, has steps down into a large ensuite bathroom. Two further bedrooms on this level have ensuites and upstairs there are two more bedrooms, one is presently used as a teenage den/home office. Also on this level is a shower room. If you wish to live in a period home in town with character features, a fashionable interior, and countryside walks on the doorstep, then this gem of a property is for you.


An attractive curved Cotswold wall with beach hedge encloses the front lawned garden with central gated path leading to the ornate open wrought iron porch and front door. To the rear there is a private enclosed lowmaintenance garden with Cotswold stone boundary wall and bamboo fence which provides privacy to the gravelled and paved patio. A 23 metre long detached Cotswold stone outbuilding including a garage sits across the public foot path. This building is not listed and has exciting potential for renovation or conversion subject to the necessary permissions. The property will be sold with an easement providing three allocated car parking spaces, one with an EV charging point.

• Kitchen/Dining Room
• Two Reception Rooms
• Two Cloakrooms, Pantry, Scullery & Laundry Room
• Three Bedrooms with Ensuites
• Two further Bedrooms with Shower Room
• Gardens to front and rear
• Allocated Parking
• Detached outbuilding with garage.

Offers in excess of


Within easy reach
Stroud 4.5 miles
Minchinhampton 2.3 miles
Tetbury 7.7 miles
Cirencester 13 miles


Nailsworth is a much-desired Cotswold market town offering a wide selection of shops, restaurants and facilities including the award-winning delicatessen & bakery, William’s Food Hall and Hobbs bakery, as well as two supermarkets. The proximity of the A46 enables access to a number of major towns and routes including Bath and Bristol. Stroud, the principal urban centre locally, is where more extensive educational, shopping and leisure facilities are available including Stroud High and Marling Grammar schools and the weekly Farmer’s market. There are variety of independent schools in the area including The Acorn School in Nailsworth, Beaudesert Park School on Minchinhampton Common and Wycliffe College in Stonehouse. A main line railway station offering direct services to London (Paddington) can be found at Stroud and Kemble Railway stations. Above Nailsworth, approx. 1 mile away, is the Minchinhampton Common, 600 acres of open common land which offers opportunities for walking and golf. Further walks can be found at Woodchester National Trust Park with its 5 lakes and wooded trails. Nailsworth is also home to a professional football club, ‘Forest Green Rovers’ who are claimed to be first ‘vegan’ football club.


Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL6 0JL
Viewing: Strictly by appointment through Whitaker Seager.
Fixtures and Fittings: Only those items mentioned are included. All other items are specifically excluded, although some may be available by separate negotiation if required.
Local Authorities: Stroud District. Council Tax Band G and EPC rating

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