The Vicarage

Guide price £795,000

the vicarage, brantwood road, chalford hill, stroud, gl6 8bs

a beautifully presented, bright and airy, detached 4 bedroom home. with garden, parking and garaging.

The Property

A fantastic, detached family home, overlooking the France Lynch pleasure ground, enjoying ease of access to the village amenities, including the local primary school. Upgraded by the current owners during their tenure, The Vicarage provides, bright and well presented accommodation. The main door opens into a useful reception hall, providing room for coats and shoes, doors open to the main house with a further door opening to the studio/workroom, which provides invaluable and versatile space. From an inner hallway access is gained to the living space and cloakroom, whilst stairs rise to the first floor. The bright sitting room with open fireplace boasts patio doors with an outlook across the rear garden, a connecting door leads to the generous family kitchen. The stylish kitchen provides plentiful room for dining and entertaining, a double aspect outlook with views over the park to the front, and garden to rear, ensure the room is flooded with light. Sleek, high gloss white cabinets and a large kitchen island provide excellent storage. An extractor hood, sits above the island and induction hob. Other features include, an integral fridge/freezer, dishwasher, double oven and granite worktops. Patio doors lead to the garden and a further door opens to a useful utility/boot room which connects the house to the garage. From the landing area on the first floor, doors radiate to all four bedrooms, a picture window on the stairs fills the area with light. The main bedroom suite sits to the rear of the property and enjoys a beautiful ensuite shower room. A further three bedrooms are served by a stunning family bathroom that really does offer the wow factor, fitted with a freestanding bath and shower enclosure. The large workroom/home office positioned off the reception hall could provide a variety of uses, including separate workspace of potential guest accommodation. Part of the property was underpinned in 1991. For further information, please contact us.


Set behind a Cotswold stone wall to the front, the property enjoys an open aspect to the front across the neighbouring park. Gates open to a large tarmac drive which along with the garage provide easy parking for multiple vehicles as well as great storage. Flower borders lie to the front of the property, however,the main garden extends to the rear and enjoys a southerly aspect. Laid to lawn and planted with trees plants and shrubs, the garden provides room for children to play, a raised terrace on which to dine and room for further planting if desired. Two timber sheds offer additional externals storage, whilst a pretty gravelled seating area, creates further opportunity for outside dining.

• Reception Hall
• Sitting Room
• Kitchen/dining/family room
• Utility/boot room
• Work room/home office
• Main bedroom served by ensuite with electric underfloor heating.
• 3 further bedrooms
• Family bathroom with electric under floor heating
• Gardens, garage and gated driveway
• Gas central heating.

Guide price


Stroud - 4.5 miles
Kemble Railway Station - 10miles
Cirencester - 12 miles
Cheltenham - 14 miles
Gloucester - 14 miles
Bath - 33 miles


Positioned between the centres of Stroud and Cirencester, known for its winding lanes and quaint corners studded with Cotswold stone homes, with an abundance of beautiful walks on the doorstep. Facilities include the highly reputed Chalford Hill Primary School, Puddleducks Pre-School, a community run shop and two cafes, The Boho Bakery and The Lavender Bakehouse. Encircled by pretty Cotswold countryside, Chalford and adjoining villages offer a variety of amenities, including further primary schools and Thomas Keble Secondary School as well as a selection of village pubs. In addition, Tesco Express, Frithwood Doctors Surgery and Eastcombe stores are positioned within a mile or less. Stroud and Cirencester offer further amenities including independent, state and grammar schools. Scenic routes radiate to Cheltenham and Gloucester, mainline railway stations at Stroud (4.2 miles) and Kemble (9.5 miles) provide a direct line to London Paddington. Ofcom advises that superfast broadband is available and that the property is likely to benefit from good mobile phone coverage from, EE, Three, O2 and Vodafone.


Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL6 8BS
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. Council Tax Band G and EPC rating D

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