Chalford, Stroud

£1,000,000 Guide priceSold STC

  • Grade II Listed
  • Former Chapel
  • Flexible living accommodation
  • Plenty of character features
  • Stained glass windows
  • Views
  • Parking
  • Sought after location
  • Large garden
  • EPC- NA


Located in the most sought after location stands this beautiful Grade II Listed former Chapel which has been converted to provide flexible living accommodation along with plenty of original features, an extensive garden and far reaching views.

On entering there is a hall with a study/dressing area leading off.

Leading up, the top floor is currently being used by the owners as an art gallery, being of a generous size and enjoying beautiful character features. A pitched roof ceiling enjoys exposed beams and a beautiful stained glass window dominating the whole room and giving one an ethereal essence and delightful far reaching views looking out.

To the first floor there are four bedrooms which enjoy plenty of natural light, and the master bedroom benefits from direct access out to a lovely garden room/conservatory which leads out to the garden and patio area.

Also on this floor there are two well-presented bathrooms one of which enjoys a roll top bath. The property also enjoys an infrared sauna.

The ground floor offers a generous sitting room, enjoying plenty of character along with wooden floors. Following through there is a spacious open/plan kitchen dining room benefitting from plenty of built in bespoke units and shelving as well as a Aga and a utility room leading off.

To the outside the gardens are extensive and beautifully landscaped and have featured in many national and international magazines over the years. There is also a greenhouse, garden shed, a box-hedged vegetable garden and a pond. To the rear there is parking and plenty of patio areas from which to sit and relax and to take in the lovely far reaching views.


Chalford has a strong community identity and popular primary and secondary schools. The Gloucestershire Parish of Chalford covers two square miles of the most beautiful countryside, stretching out over four miles south-east of Stroud on the north side of the River Frome, eight miles west of Cirencester, and in and above the Golden Valley. This part of the Cotswolds is cut by deep gorge-like valleys and benefits from a Parish Church, pubs and local shops.

The nearest local town is the meeting point of five valleys, the historic town of Stroud is a well known centre for arts and crafts as well as its weekly Farmers Market; recently voted the best in the country. An annual textile festival is held in the town as well as various exhibitions at the Subscription Rooms and at The Museum In The Park.

Stroud has two state Grammar Schools, for boys and girls, and Thomas Keble and Cirencester Deer Park schools are both very popular secondary schools in the area. Nearby there are also several Independent Schools such as Beaudesert Park School in Minchinhampton, Wycliffe College in Stonehouse and the prestigious Cheltenham College and Cheltenham Ladies College are approximately 30 minutes away. The area has good transport links with London Paddington only 90 minutes (approx.) by train and Bath and Bristol 45 minutes by car.

DIRECTIONS From our office in Nailsworth take the third exit from the roundabout onto George Street continuing up the 'W' and follow the road to the junction with Cirencester road at Tom Longs Post turning right onto Cirencester road. Follow the road for approximately one mile and just after the cattle grid take the left turning onto Hyde Hill and follow the road until you get to the junction with the A417 /London Road. Turn right and then after approximately 1/4 mile take the left hand filter (and the grass triangle) and then go straight over into Marle Hill where after a short distance the property can be found on the right hand side.

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