A substantial family house situated on the edge of Rodborough Common.
Overbutterrow House is one of five houses situated at the end of a private road, surrounded by Rodborough Common. Understood to have been built in the late 19th century, the south facing house occupies a commanding position and is set in mature grounds of about 1.45 acres. The size of the house is particularly impressive extending to about 8, 500 square feet including the large lower ground floor. The ground floor comprises two principal reception rooms together with a garden room which leads out onto the swimming pool terrace. There are two further rooms currently used as a studio and music room. The kitchen is positioned at the centre of the house and is fitted with a range of high quality units from Stroud Furniture Makers. The room opens out into the breakfast room and in turn the family room, this making for a splendid informal living area.
The first floor comprises an impressive master bedroom suite which includes a large walk in wardrobe, a luxury bathroom and a private balcony. There are five further bedrooms on this floor together with two family bathrooms. The top floor is arranged to suit a teenager and includes three bedrooms and a study.
The lower ground floor can be accessed both internally and from the garden. Apart from the wine stores and the gym this is also a workshop, utility room and gardeners wc. The external access allows for the storage of garden mowers etc.
The attractive grounds slope away from the house and are enclosed by mature trees and shrubs. Fro the elevated terrace adjacent to the house there are views across to the Lypiatts, a perfect outside entertaining space. There is also a south facing swimming pool and an area of the garden has been designed for a tennis court. Colour is provided by well stocked herbaceous borders and centre stage is taken by a beautiful cedar tree. To the front of the house there is ample parking and a double garage.
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A particularly spacious family house set in glorious grounds and adjacent to Rodborough Common.Anthony Coaker