High Street, Upton St Leonards
£549,950 For Sale


A Must View for Those Seeking A Unique Character Cottage
With spacious and flexible accommodation, high ceilings, and modern finishes throughout the seamless combination of contemporary living and traditional character features make this charming property a must view for those seeking an individual and enviable period home. Set in a plot of approximately quarter of an acre, spacious detached garage and workshop alongside additional spacious storage shed, this property is ideal for both the keen gardener and young families alike.

  • Character Features Throughout to Include Bread Oven, Charming Doors & Cottage Beams
  • Seamless Combination of Contemporary Kitchens & Bathrooms
  • Quarter of an Acre Plot with Detached Garage and Workshop
  • Four Double Bedrooms with Jack and Jill Shower
  • Generous & Flexiable Living Accomodation with Ample Natural Light Throughout

Situated on the outskirts of the highly sought after Upton St Leonards overlooking the surrounding greenery 'Laurel Cottage' is approached via private driveway providing ample parking for several vehicles. Entering through the rear into the enclosed lobby provides access to the both the kitchen and utility. 'Belfast' style sink lends itself to be utilised as a laundry area whilst providing further space for additional appliances. The contemporary grey kitchen overlooking the immaculately presented rear garden with integral appliances to included fridge and low level oven with four ring gas hob over, alongside plumbing for a freestanding dishwasher. Offering ample storage space through both wall and low level units, the space leading through charming character door to the first reception area currently used as a Snug, the flag stone style flooring opens to the feature wood burner and surround with original bread oven. With a continuation of character and charm throughout the Snug leads through to the spacious Dining Room, with original front door with glass stable opening, character beams and stairs leading to the first floor. Wooden trapdoor entrance leads down to the Cellar, offering further storage area with pedestrian access leading out to the front of the property through secure screened and gated access. Generous living area offers feature gas fireplace with limestone surround offering a bright and airy feel with ample natural light throughout with various aspect windows and French doors leading to the front gardens. Jack and Jill shower room sits alongside the final reception, currently used as a bedroom the area would lead itself to a variaty of uses included Study, Playroom or Hobby space. Continuing to feel bright and airy the open landing leads to the three double bedrooms, alongside the family bathroom with panelled bath with shower over, w.c, wash hand basin and heated towel rail whilst the gas fired combination boiler and airing cupboard can be located in the third bedroom.

Measuring a quarter of an acre the gardens surround the property providing various seating areas and storage spaces with the detached garage measuring the approximately 3.13m x 2.95m alongside a secure workshop and additional spacious workshop, 4.78m x 2.55m, to the base of the driveway. Laid mainly to lawn with a range of fruit trees to include damsons, pear and apples the garden is a haven for the keen garden with mature boarders and beds in addition to established vegetable plots to the rear. With summer house overlooking the lawn, an ideal space for BBQ's and enjoying the summer evenings, the private garden extends to the front of the property with a quaint seating area and charming cottage steps leading to the original front door framed by climbing shrubs.

Location

Boasting a thriving local community, Upton St Leonards is located 4 miles from the historic Gloucester City Centre, offering a charming village location. Offering parishioners with a local store and post office, allotments, public house, primary school and community events, including the annual garden show, the highly sought after location provides easy access to both the city centre, Cheltenham and Bristol making it ideal for working professionals, families and those seeking strong transportation links.

Local Authority & Services

Stroud District Council - Tax Band F.
Mains electric, gas, water and drainage, alongside a cable connection for Virgin Media and broadband.

Tenure

Freehold.

Disclaimer: These particulars do not form part of any contract and no responsibility is accepted for any errors or omissions in any statement made, whether verbally or written for or on behalf of Naylor Powell.

Floorplans have been prepared for identification purposes only, they are not to scale and no guarantee can be given as to their accuracy.

Prospective purchasers please be aware none of the appliances, boiler, heaters etc. which may have been mentioned in these particulars have been tested and no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Prospective purchasers should arrange for such items to be tested at their own expense.

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