- A must view for those seeking an enviable family home
- Five spacious double bedrooms
- Kitchen extension with bifold doors to the rear garden
- Extensive rear garden set to formal and orchard spaces
- Off road parking and tandem garage
- EPC to TBC
This impressive Victorian home wows on first approach, entering into the stain glassed entrance porch before leading through to the generous entrance hall with traditional dogleg staircase leading to the first and second floors, alongside the Victorian feature stone flooring. The ground floor offers three spacious receptions with traditional features to include sash windows, open fireplaces, ceiling roses and coving. Currently used as various living spaces the accommodation is flexible for both those with families or those requiring more formal or working spaces. Stepping down, the ground floor continues through to the extended kitchen area, completed only five years ago, the modern bright and airy space offers dual bi-fold doors open across the gardens providing the most enviable living space with various storage area, granite stone worktop, integrated wine fridge, low level oven, microwave, AGA and additional appliances. Adjacent the matching utility space, with ample room for those with dogs, prams and such like which continues to offer access to the gas fired boiler and external door leading to side access through to the garden. The ground floor is competed with WC from the entrance hall, in additional to access to the extensive basement which provides a dry storage area.
The stairs lead to the open first floor landing continuing to two generous sized double bedrooms each with ensuite shower room to the master whilst the family bathroom offers freestanding feature bath and separate shower cubicle alongside with feature fireplace. The third floor completes the property with a further three generous double bedrooms with fitted wash hand basins and additional modern fitted shower room. With various features through all floors of the property and the rear overlooking the extensive garden and rear orchard.
Stretching out across 265ft the rear garden is lined by red brick garden walls with the formal area being laid to lawn with various seating areas, mature planting and ornamental pond. The rear is separated to provide an orchard area with various fruit bearing trees and additional wildlife area with pond to create a natural habitat for the local wildlife.
Perfect for the keen gardener, families and those seeking a enviable rear garden viewing is highly advised to appreciate the size of this inner city haven.
The characterful and favoured residential setting of Kingsholm is located half a mile and mile respectively from the City Centre and popular Gloucester Quays development. With a direct line to London Paddington located at the Gloucester Station and accessible routes to both Cheltenham and Bristol, the property would be favoured by a working professionals and families. Whilst the heart of the suburb provides the home to the Ofsted rated 'Outstanding' Kingsholm Church of England Primary School, alongside the Premiership Rugby ground which holds various events throughout the year.
Local Authority, Services and Tenure
Gloucester City Council - Tax Band G.
Mains water, drainage, gas and electric.