Former Stroud vicarage on the market for £1.5m
By Matt Hall | 29th July 2020
The Grade II-listed 'Old Vicarage' is on the market with Cirencester-based Knight Frank for £1.5million.
Sat in an elevated position on the upper slopes of the village of Slad in Stroud, the six-bedroom former vicarage comes complete with rural views across the valley.
Believed to date back to 1838 built of ashlar stone, the property was sold by the church in 1966 and has been a private residence ever since.
According to estate agents Knight Frank, it features an abundance of natural light amongst a breadth of period features throughout including high ceilings, sash mullioned windows and open fireplaces.
They add that there is a large drawing room on the ground floor, with a bay window overlooking the front garden and views beyond the hedge line.
Current owners are said to have fitted French oak flooring in the dining room and the Kitchen/breakfast room has a mixture of floor and wall mounted storage with bespoke cabinets, oil fired Aga, a Calor gas powered range cooker. There are also two large cellars below.
On the first floor, bedrooms and bathrooms are arranged around an impressive landing and on the second floor are two further bedrooms and attic space with potential for further conversion.
A detached former coach house included in the sale has its own independent access and provides flexible living and working space which would accommodate a variety of individual requirements.
Outside, the property boasts a private sweeping driveway up to the house with ample parking for several cars. There is a large area of level lawn to the front of the property and steps leading up to the large rear garden.
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