2 Bed Detached HouseBath Road, Frocester, GL10

For Sale
Property type:Detached House


  • Beautifully converted detached Coach House. gardens and paddock area of approximately half an acre.
  • In popular village location.
  • Finished to a good standard.
  • Large living room and bi-fold doors to conservatory/reception room.
  • Ground floor bedroom with adjoining en-suite.
  • Large first floor second bedroom with further en-suite facilities/second WC.
  • Cottage garden and off-road parking for two/three cars.
  • Energy rating D


Beautifully converted detached Coach House - in popular village location - garden and paddock area of approximately 0.5 acre - finished to a good standard - entrance porch - large living room - bi-fold doors leading to conservatory/reception room - fitted kitchen with range of integrated appliances - ground floor bedroom with adjoining en-suite bathroom - large first floor second bedroom with further en-suite facilities/second WC - off-road parking for two/three cars - cottage style garden - must be seen - energy rating D


The property is located in this extremely popular village at the base of the Cotswold escarpment, close to the local beauty spot of Coaley Peak. The property is within walking distance of the popular village Inn, and the adjoining village of Eastington has a further range of facilities including: village store, public house and restaurant, and the nearby villages of Kings Stanley and Leonard Stanley both have primary schooling. The larger centres of Stroud and Dursley offer a wider range of facilities including: secondary schooling and supermarkets. Junction 13 of the M5 motorway is within a few minutes drive and there are mainline railway stations at Stroud and Stonehouse, and 'Park and Ride' railway station in the nearby village of Cam.


From the A38, travelling in a northerly direction towards Whitminster, turning right at the traffic lights; just after Hilltop Garage, signposted Eastington and Frocester, continue into Eastington village, continuing straight across at the roundabout for one and a half miles into Frocester village and the property will be found just prior to The George Inn. For vehicular access continue past the Frocester George and turn right into Peter Street and the gateway will be found after approximately 100 meters on th right hand side..


This former Coach House stands in approximately half Acre of grounds being made up of formal garden and "paddock area". The vendors converted the property approximately ten years ago as their main residence. The conversion has been carried out to a high standard and has been updated on regular occasions to form this most attractive two bedroom/two bathroom property with many character features in large gardens. The property has rear vehicular access with long gravel driveway and parking for a number of cars, there is a large section of paddock this in turn leads to a further section of formal garden. The coach house accommodation is accessed via entrance porch leading to large thirty feet living room with wood burner and bi-fold doors opening into conservatory/further reception room which overlooks the garden. There is an attractively fitted kitchen with a range of appliances, along with ground floor double bedroom and adjoining bathroom. On the first floor there is further double bedroom again measuring approximately thirty feet with shower cubicle, WC, and wash hand basin. The vendors have planted the paddock area with numerous cottage garden flowers and wild areas with wood pile and large natural pond to make this a nature friendly habitat for wildlife and the property must be seen to be fully appreciated.


Having double glazed door to front, built-in cloak cupboard, leading to:


7.41m x 4.75m (narrowing to 3.78m) (24'4" x 15'7" ( narrowing to 12'5") - Having wood stable door, engineered oak flooring with underfloor heating, attractive free-standing contemporary wood burner, stairs to first floor, understairs storage cupboard, inset ceiling spotlights, bi-fold doors leading to:


3.89m x 3.08m (12'9" x 10'1") - Having double glazed French doors to garden, glazed surround and exposed brick walling, electric panel radiator.


3.3m x 2.4m (10'10" x 7'10") - Having a range of wall and base units with laminated work surfaces over, incorporating inset enamel one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit, induction hob with cooker hood over, integrated fridge freezer, integrated warming rack and double oven, integrated dishwasher, double glazed windows to front and rear, engineered oak flooring with electric underfloor heating.


4.14m x 3.03m (13'7" x 9'11") - Having attractive full height vaulted ceiling with a range of fitted wardrobes, exposed A frames/beams throughout, electric panel radiator, electric underfloor heating.


Having shower cubicle, attractive roll top bath, WC, wash hand basin, inset ceiling spotlights, stainless steel ladder towel rail, electric underfloor heating.


7.43m x 3.82m (24'5" x 12'6") - Double glazed window to side, roof light, range of fitted wardrobes, under eaves storage cupboard and incorporating shower cubicle with mixer shower, vanity wash hand basin and wc.


The property has gardens and" paddock area" of approximately half acre and is accessed from Peter Street via a five bar gate and long gravel driveway with parking. There is a large area of paddock which the vendors have planted with numerous cottage garden flowers and wild areas with wood pile and large natural pond to make this a nature friendly habitat for wildlife. A gateway leads to into a further attractive cottage style garden which has an array of shrubs, yew hedging and pathway leading to stone patio area. The side/rear garden is extensively enclosed by walling with attractive raised borders and astro turf lawn. A secondary pedestrian gate from Bath Road gives access to the front of the property. The gardens are a particular feature and must be seen to be fully appreciated.


Mains electricity and water are believed to be connected.
Electric underfloor heating.
Private drainage, we understand that it is a shared system with Bourne House. Pumping station in The Coach House pumps into shared tank in Bourne House gardens.
Tenure: Freehold.
Council Tax Band: A £1,220.31 (payable).


We may offer prospective purchasers' financial advice in order to assist the progress of the sale. Bennett Jones Partnership introduces only to Kingsbridge Independent Mortgage Advice and if so, may be paid an introductory commission which averages £128.00.


By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.

Property attachments:

Energy/Environmental Brochure

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