The Mill Pond, Bath Road, Woodchester, Stroud, GL5 5BQ | Property for sale | Savills
1,335 sq ft(124.03 sq m)
Guide price £450,000

The Mill PondBath Road, Woodchester, Stroud, GL5 5BQ

    Key features

    • Built in 2021 by an award winning developer
    • Close to pub, primary school and church
    • Stroud Station 1.5 miles
    • Very well appointed accommodation
    • Allocated parking for two cars

    A highly energy efficient eco house with stylish living in an enchanting setting.

    About this property

    • The property was built in 2021 and combines contemporary living with a unique setting. An enchanting waterside home by the stream with its wildlife, the wooded backdrop and views across the valley to Rodborough Common. The house, which was built by an award winning developer is designed with energy efficiency as a high priority.

      The stylish accommodation is particularly well appointed with many standard fittings having been upgraded by the present owner. The rooms are well laid out to include a kitchen/dining room with patio doors leading onto a front courtyard. There is also a utility room and cloakroom. Stairs lead up to the first floor landing where there are glazed double doors leading into the rear courtyard garden. The light reception room overlooks the stream and to the rear is a bedroom which doubles as a study and served by a bathroom. The staircase continues to the second floor where there are two more bedrooms, a family bathroom and an en-suite shower room, with rainfall shower. On the top floor there is additional storage and access onto the fabulous roof terrace which is both a suntrap and on a clear night the constellations can be seen in the night sky. Secure storage, electrical sockets and outside tap.

      There are two private parking spaces along with an EV charging point.

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    Local information

    • Woodchester lies in the valley of the Nailsworth stream. The village supports a parish Church, village hall, Royal Oak Inn public house and community run general store and Post Office. Close by is 18th/19th century Woodchester Park which was acquired by the National Trust to protect this delightful park through which threads a chain of five lakes. From the house there are views across the valley to Rodborough Common, a large swathe of open grassland also owned by the National Trust. To the rear is direct access onto a cycle/footpath.
    • Essential facilities are found in the small bustling town of Nailsworth. There is an excellent variety of shops including the well-known Williams (food hall & restaurant), Raffles Fine Wines and Hobbs House, an award winning bakery. Nearby Stroud, supports a Waitrose supermarket, a Vue multi-screen cinema and wide variety of independent specialist shops and services.

    Additional information

    • Stroud Station 1.4 miles, Nailsworth 2 miles, Tetbury 8.5 miles, Kemble Station 10 miles, Cirencester 11 miles (all mileages are approximate).
    • Directions: Directions: From Nailsworth take the Stroud sign for 1.5 miles. Turn left into The Millpond. No.1 is the first house on the left. The property is well placed for access to the M4 (J15 and 18) and the M5 (J13) as well as the nearby historic towns of Cirencester and Tetbury to the east. Stroud Station provides a service taking approximately 90 minutes to London. W3W///mothering.trooper.dress
    • EPC Rating: B
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: D