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, Cromhall
Guide Price £725,000 | For Sale

Heathend, Cromhall has 5 bedrooms  5   Heathend, Cromhall has  bathrooms  2  

  • Detached 1863 Built Period Family Home
  • Deceptively Spacious & Extended Accommodation
  • Five Bedrooms (Master en-suite)
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • High Quality Fitted Kitchen With Built In Appliances
  • Period Features & Contemporary Finish
  • Stunning Enclosed Gardens Full Of Colour & Charm
  • Large Adjoining Garage
  • Further Adjoining Garage Gym & Store
  • Large attic, split into two, boarded offering large storage area

A delightful and deceptively spacious detached period family home which has been extended in recent years and lovingly refurbished by the current owners and now boasts five bedrooms, four reception rooms, outbuilding, garaging and beautifully tended gardens.

Rock Cottage dates back to 1863 and was once used as the outpost for the weighing of rocks in the area. This highly impressive country home has been lovingly renovated over the years to provide a perfect blend of old and new.

Location

Rock Cottage is situated in the small village of Cromhall on the edge of the Cotswolds and just a 7minute drive from Junction 14 of the M5 and a 12minute drive from Junction 20 of the M4. The nearby towns of Dursley, Wotton-under-Edge, Chipping Sodbury and Thornbury all offer an excellent range of shops and services for everyday needs as well as a number of specialist stores. Regional centres include Cheltenham, Gloucester, Bath, Bristol and Cirencester all of which are within an easy commuting distance.
Cromhall village has a Church of England primary school, church, community village shop with post office and The Royal Oak public house, with the nearby De Vere Tortworth Court offering restaurant and spa facilities.
The area has many sporting opportunities including golf at the Kendleshire, racing at Cheltenham, Chepstow, and Bath, Premiership rugby at Bristol and Gloucester, showjumping at Summer House, and eventing at Badminton. Local attractions include Berkeley Castle, the Slimbridge Wetland Centre, Newark Park and Westonbirt National Arboretum.
The area has outstanding education opportunities with renowned private schools such as Cheltenham College, Badminton and Wycliffe all within easy reach as well as outstanding publicly funded schools including Pate’s Grammar School, Katherine Lady Berkeley, Charfield and Blue Coat.

Directions

From M5 North-bound, Junction 14
Head east on the B4509 and follow to the brow of the hill before turning right onto Tortworth Road. Continue to the end and turn right and then at the next T junction, opposite Cromhall Chapel, turn right onto Bristol Road.
Follow the road and the house is on the corner of Cowship Lane on the left-hand side.

Side Lobby

Via timber stable door, slate tiled flooring, double glazed window overlooking the garden, inner timber door to -

Kitchen (4.27 x 2.46)

Double glazed windows overlooking the garden, slate tiled flooring, a high quality fitted kitchen with a wide range of eye level and base units with polished granite worktops incorporating a one and a half bowl ceramic sink with mixer tap and washing hose, built in dishwasher, double oven, induction hob, wine fridge, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for upright fridge/freezer, wooden door into walk in pantry measuring (1.3m x 1.5m) with shelving, storage space and with double glazed window overlooking the garden.

Breakfast Room (3.64 x 3.32)

Oak flooring, high level double glazed windows to side, contemporary radiator, archway to kitchen and multi panelled door to -

Sitting Room (3.92 x 3.66)

High level double glazed window to side, one wall with exposed stone, contemporary radiator, further stone fireplace to opposite wall with inset wood burner, open plan to -

Dining Room (3.66 x 3.09)

Slate tiled flooring, double glazed windows overlooking the garden.

Cloakroom WC

Modern white suite with low level WC and wash hand basin, natural stone flooring, contemporary radiator.

Study/Playroom (3.14 x 2.74)

Double glazed window to front, contemporary radiator,

Reception Room (4.6 x 3.94)

Double glazed window to front with window seat, chimney breast with decorative cast iron fireplace, storage cupboard and shelving to one alcove, floor to ceiling radiator, stairs to first floor with two under stairs cupboards, front composite door to front garden, internal doors to -

Stairs To First Floor Landing (6.22 x 0.797)

Storage cupboard with shelving, doors to all first floor accommodation.

Master Bedroom (4.58 x 2.9)

Double glazed windows to front, contemporary radiator, oak door to-

En-Suite (2.93 x 1.21)

Natural stone flooring and wall tiling, double glazed window to side, contemporary radiator, white low level WC, natural stone wash basin set on raised plinth, walk in shower cubicle partly enclosed by natural stone tiled wall with inset wall controls and overhead drench shower head.

Bedroom 2 (3.63 x 3.55)

Double glazed window to front with contemporary radiator below, chimney breast with cast iron period fireplace, over stairs cupboard.

Bedroom 3 (3.93 x 3.62)

Double glazed windows overlooking open farmland, part exposed beam ceiling, storage cupboard.

Bedroom 4 (3.66m x 2.24m)

Double glazed window overlooking garden to rear, loft hatch, contemporary radiator.

Bedroom 5 (3.32 x 2.72)

Double glazed windows overlooking open farmland, built in wardrobe, contemporary radiator, loft hatch.

Family Bathroom WC (2.8 x 2.49)

Slate tiled flooring, contemporary radiator, natural stone tiled splash backs, modern white suite comprising; low level WC, deep bath with central mixer taps & shower hose and separate shower cubicle with natural stone tiled walls, double glazed window overlooking garden.

Gardens

There is a small front garden with tiled path to front door, easy maintenance garden with flowers & shrubs, gate leading to main garden. The main garden is situated to the side of the house and is very well screened and enclosed by a stone wall and trees. The garden has been beautifully landscaped and very well thought out. There are a wide range of colourful plants and shrubs and various seating areas to enjoy the sun most of the day in the warmer months. There are two separate patio areas to each end of the garden and a tiled pathway leads across the garden to the outbuilding & garages.

Garage (7.17 x 3.03)

Electric roller garage door to front.

Garage / Home Gym (4.66 x 3.15)

Outbuilding / Store Room (2.96 x 2.71)

Distances

M5 (J14) 4.4 miles • Wotton-under-Edge 5.5 miles • M4/M5 Almondsbury interchange 12 miles • Bristol 13.5 miles • Cheltenham 29 miles Gloucester 26.5 miles • Cardiff 46 miles • Bristol Parkway 9 miles (mainline Paddington c.80mins.) • Cam & Dursley Station 11 miles (Distances approximate)

Services

Mains water, mains electricity, mains foul sewerage, mains & soakaway storm drainage, oil centrally heated. Fibreoptic superfast broadband is available.

Fixtures and Fittings

Only those mentioned in these sales particulars are included in the sale. All others, such as fitted curtains, light fittings, garden ornaments etc. are specifically excluded but may be made available by separate negotiation.


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, Cromhall
Guide Price £725,000 | For Sale

Heathend, Cromhall has 5 bedrooms  5   Heathend, Cromhall has  bathrooms  2  

  • Detached 1863 Built Period Family Home
  • Deceptively Spacious & Extended Accommodation
  • Five Bedrooms (Master en-suite)
  • Four Reception Rooms
  • High Quality Fitted Kitchen With Built In Appliances
  • Period Features & Contemporary Finish
  • Stunning Enclosed Gardens Full Of Colour & Charm
  • Large Adjoining Garage
  • Further Adjoining Garage Gym & Store
  • Large attic, split into two, boarded offering large storage area