Oakbank, Gloucester
£245,000 Sold Subject to Contract


Set in the highly sought after and rarely available Oakbank House, this spacious and well-appointed ground floor apartment offers panoramic views of the historic Gloucester City, with extensive communal gardens, garage and allocated parking, built-in sauna and additional cellar storage. Viewing is highly advised.

  • Located in the highly sought after Oakbank House
  • Panoramic views across the city
  • Two generous double bedrooms
  • Fitted sauna and roll top bath
  • Garage and allocated parking
  • Secure dry cellar storage

Accommodation

The generous communal entrance opens directly to the first reception with decorative fireplace, ideal as dining or study space. Leading through to the open plan kitchen/ living area, various wall and free-standing units provide ample storage space alongside integrated electric oven and gas hob. With views across the main lawn to the city beyond, the space is bright and airy, with large windows whilst gas fireplace provides comfort for the winter months. The apartment offers two bedrooms to including a spacious master, whilst the second bedroom has a Strachan built-in drop-down bed, and both have built in wardrobes. Housing a wet room area leading through to the sauna the bathroom is completed with a white suite to include roll top bath. The utility space houses the Worcester boiler and washing machine. The property is completed with the benefits of a cellar, accessed externally of the apartment, offering a dry storage space.

Outside

The apartment has a single garage with lighting and power alongside an allocated parking space directly in front. The large communal gardens offer lawns and wildlife areas with views stretching across the city and beyond to provides a pleasant and peaceful position.

Location

Touching Robinswood Hill the sought after location of Oakbank House is ideal for working professionals and those looking for a quieter paced lifestyle. Ideally located as a main travel link to both Stroud, Cheltenham, Bristol and the city centre, public transport, various amenities include doctors surgery, shops, public houses and playgrounds complete the established suburb which in turn also benefits from the Country Park of Robinswood Hill adjoining the property.

Local Authority, Services & Tenure

Gloucester City Council - Tax Band B.
Mains water, drainage, electric and gas.
Leasehold with a share of the Freehold - £110 pcm to include building insurance, garden maintenance and electric for grounds and common areas.
Lease length of 999 years from June 1981.

Please note that due to the lease the building holds a restriction on pets within the building.

Location