Tudor Cottage

Guide price £475,000


tudor cottage, st. marys, chalford, stroud, gl6 8pu

with panoramic valley views from an elevated setting, this handsome extended four bedroom cottage boasts a plot measuring just under half an acre.

The Property

Located in an elevated setting on the ‘sunny side’ of the Golden Valley enjoying extensive valley views, lies this pretty Cotswold stone semi-detached cottage. The current owner has improved and extended this period property to enhance the accommodation by adding a contemporary element to this traditional home. With a sloping hillside plot extending to just under half an acre, made up of terraces including a sun terrace, patio, kitchen garden and woodland, much privacy can be enjoyed throughout. For those wildlife enthusiasts it’s a perfect place to watch nature or maybe you wish to live a more self-sufficient life by growing veg, fruit and embracing the honey made by the bees. From the centrally located front door, access into a light and open hallway is located with entry into a smaller inner hall where the staircase can found. To the right is a delightful sitting room with Karndean flooring and a wood burner opening directly into a sun room with glazed roof, and French doors with glazed side panels. The dining room benefits from an exposed Cotswold stone wall with fireplace, sash windows with shutters to front and a door leading to a back passage (no access). The attractive fitted kitchen enjoys a variety of cupboards, shelving and drawers in addition to a further door leading to the front. On the first floor the family bathroom and two bedrooms are located, one with the luxury of either a dressing room or home office and a store room. The top level houses two further double bedrooms both with superb views. This delightful residence offers so much. A great sized plot, superb views, good sized family accommodation and many characters features. Parking is found on a first come first served basis on a narrow lane up from the London Road.


The extensive private grounds are a huge asset. They are mostly made up of terraced gardens in addition to sloping woodland. The gardens are divided into different areas. Directly in front of the cottage is a level gravelled area, partially covered, with attractive park fencing defining the boundary. Behind the house is a kitchen style garden with terraced veg beds and to the side of the cottage there are a couple of level seating areas, one surround by a mature rockery and the larger patio has a pergola, both benefit from incredible views. Pathways weave through the plot up to the woodland area. Access is via a shared path which leads in front of the adjoining cottage to a garden gate.

• Entrance Hall
• Two Reception Rooms
• Kitchen
• Three bedrooms
• 4th Bedroom + study/dressing room
• Family Bathroom
• Terraced Gardens with terrace and kitchen garden
• Woodland
• Total plot size 0.485 acres

Guide price


Within easy reach:
Stroud - 3.6 miles
Cirencester - 11 miles
Cheltenham - 15 miles
Gloucester - 13 miles
Bristol - 33 miles
Kemble Train Station - 8.9 miles


Positioned between the centres of Stroud and Cirencester, Chalford is known for both its artistic community and winding lanes and quaint corners studded with Cotswold stone homes. An abundance of beautiful walks are immediately on the doorstep, including along the adjoining canal. Facilities include, three nearby churches a community run shop and Chalford Hill Primary School. Adjoining villages provide further facilities including, Thomas Keble Secondary School and Puddleducks Pre-school. Tesco Metro and Frithwood Doctors Surgery are located just 1.6 miles away. Lavender Bakehouse, a popular choice with both locals and visitors is just a stones throw away, whilst Jolly Nice Farm Shop is positioned less than 2 miles away. Stroud and Cirencester offer more comprehensive provisions including independent, state and grammar schools. Scenic routes radiate to Cheltenham and Gloucester, mainline railway stations at Stroud and Kemble offer a direct line to London Paddington.


Useful Information

Tenure: Freehold
Postcode: GL6 8PU
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 C and EPC rating D

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