What a £850k Grade II listed house with planning permission looks like in Stroud

The house has four bedrooms and planning permission for a detached building <i>(Image: Zoopla)</i>
The house has four bedrooms and planning permission for a detached building (Image: Zoopla)

Whether you’re looking for a new home or you’re just curious to see what’s available to buy in Stroud currently, look no further as this £850,000 property is on the market.

The Grade II listed Georgian Cotswold stone house, located on Cainscross Road, comes with a building plot with full planning consent so the new owners can build a modern detached dwelling.

The property as it is at the moment is described as having a “wealth of character” by Zoopla.

You can find out more about the property on the Zoopla website and if you’d like to know more about the planning permission, you can visit Stroud Council’s planning website.

Stroud News and Journal: The kitchen and dining room are found at the rear of the property
Stroud News and Journal: The kitchen and dining room are found at the rear of the property

The kitchen and dining room are found at the rear of the property (Image: Zoopla)

You’ll see a stone column entrance porch on entering the property and spot the original tiled floor as you step into the entrance hall.

From here, you can go to the two reception rooms with a light south facing aspect at the front of the property.

The kitchen and dining room are found at the rear of the property and allow access to the rear garden.

Stroud News and Journal: The rear garden can be accessed via the kitchen and dining room
Stroud News and Journal: The rear garden can be accessed via the kitchen and dining room

The rear garden can be accessed via the kitchen and dining room (Image: Zoopla)

On the first floor, you’ll see two double bedrooms and two “spacious” bathrooms and a further two bedrooms are located on the second floor.

If you’re looking for a house close to Stroud’s town centre and train station, this could be the house for you.

Stroud News and Journal: The property has four bedrooms
Stroud News and Journal: The property has four bedrooms

The property has four bedrooms (Image: Zoopla)

The train station offers frequent and direct services to London Paddington and takes around 90 minutes to get to the capital.

If you're thinking of going on a road trip instead, the M5 (J13) and M4 (J15 & J18) are in close reach.

Not familiar with Stroud? The town offers plenty of cafes and shops plus a Farmers Market.

Zoopla adds: "Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Five Valleys, the town is nestled in dramatic Cotswold countryside. Most of the shops are owned by independent proprietors where you will find something for everyone, from fresh bread and cakes to specialist wines, fine quality meats and cheese.

"Stroud thrived on its woollen mills in the Industrial Revolution but is now the centre for the creative industries with writers and artists and the host of numerous festivals throughout the year."