Rumsey Close, Abbeydale, Gloucester
£229,950 Sold Subject to Contract

Offering the potential to create your perfect home this three double bedroom property set within a rarely available and sought after location is offered with no onward chain. Quick viewing is advised for those seeking a private and tranquil garden, off road parking and sizeable accommodation.

  • No onward chain
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Completely private and tranquil rear garden
  • Single garage and off road parking for two
  • Potential to make a forever family home
  • EPC rating TBC.


Stepping into the entrance hall with access to the good sized w.c, before the property leads through to the sizeable open plan living dining room area with dual views to the front lawn through to the sliding doors leading to the conservatory overlooking the garden. The spacious kitchen provides ample storage space and under stairs storage pantry in addition to personal use door leading out to the carport. With the opportunity to make your own mark the space currently provides a serving hatch through to the dining area, yet offers the potential to modernise by opening or updating throughout. Dogleg stairs lead from the living space to the first floor which offers three double bedrooms alongside the family bathroom offering bath with shower over, wash hand basin and w.c.
Completely private and tranquil the rear garden offers mature planting and lawn to the front alongside established planting plots to the rear. Deceptive in size the space is ideal for both families and keen gardeners alike. The property is completed at the front with the single garage offering personal use and up and over door with power and lighting, sink to the rear alongside plumbing for an automatic washing machine leading from the off road parking for two with partial carport area.


The ever popular suburb of Abbeydale is situated on the outskirts of Gloucester City Centre offering various amenities including a Morrisons superstore, restaurants, schooling and public transport links to include the Gloucester bus routes to the nearly renovated City Centre station. The historic City Centre, to include the medieval Cathedral, offers further shops, boutiques and eateries alongside the recently developed Gloucester Docks and Quays shopping destination in addition to the famous Kingsholm stadium offering various sporting and music events throughout the year.

Local Authority, Service and Tenure

Gloucester City Council - Tax Band C.
Mains water, drainage, electric and gas.