Dating back to the 16th century, and being one of the oldest properties in town, this home has a deep-set history within Stonehouse. Formally known as Trotman’s Farm and Queen Anne’s Cottage, the property has more recently become known as The Old Thatched Cottage. Boasting a Grade II Listing there are many character features within the property that are protected such as a ceramic fire plaque which indicated that the cottage was once insured, and the fire brigade would attend in case of fire.
Quarry tiled flooring, doors to living room, WC and dining room.
Red carpet, dual aspect windows to front and rear aspect along with a door to rear garden. Feature wood burner with ornate mantle, two radiators and stairs to first floor.
Carpet flooring, low level WC, wash hand basin, window to rear aspect and radiator.
Solid wood flooring with dual aspect windows to front and rear aspect. Inglenook fireplace with red brick hearth, historically used as a bread oven. Radiator, window seat, and stairs to first floor.
Solid wood floor with two windows to rear aspect.
Quarry tiled flooring with exposed wooden beams. Dual aspect windows to front and rear aspect. Range of wall and base units, sink, aga style cooker, and door to rear garden.
Beige carpet, dual aspect windows to front and rear aspect, one radiator, exposed wooden beams.
Beige carpet, dual aspect windows to front and rear aspect, radiator. Exposed wooden beams, door to en-suite, and stairs to ground floor.
Shower unit, low level WC, wash hand basin, radiator and exposed wooden beams.
Beige carpet, window to front aspect, radiator and exposed wooden beams.
Lino flooring, dual aspect windows to front and side aspect, radiator, alcove with shelving.
Lino flooring, low level WC, bath, wash hand basin, heated towel rail, dual aspect windows to side and rear aspect.
All mains’ services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council. Tax Band F; £3,036.78 per annum (2022/2023).
To the front of the property, you have an off road parking space along with a small front garden boasting a well. Following the foot path around the side of the property to the rear garden, you are greeted with a fantastic space perfect for any green fingered folk to stamp their mark on. Initially, there is a small patio area perfect for some outdoor dining. The rest of the large, enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with tree and shrub borders. Additionally, there are a couple of sheds that will be staying.
The property is located at the heart of Stonehouse town. Local facilities and amenities include a Co-op with post office, restaurants and primary and secondary schools. The property is approximately 3.6 miles to Junction 12 of the M5 motorway, providing access to Gloucester, Cheltenham and Bristol. Stonehouse railway station has a regular train service to London and Cheltenham. The town is situated approximately three miles west of Stroud and twelve miles south of Gloucester.