St. Michaels Square, Gloucester
£295,000 Sold Subject to Contract

A unique three storey period home set within the historic city with off road parking and fully private tranquil rear garden. Previously used as a chiropractors the building provides the opportunity to easily create a enviable and spacious four/five bedroom property with generous living accommodation with various original features throughout. Viewing is highly advised for this well presented and attractive red brick property.

  • No onward chain
  • Rarely available three storey Victorian home
  • Off road parking and charming private garden
  • The opportunity to create your own house design
  • Various original features throughout
  • EPC E47


Entering the property, the character porch provides original Victorian tiling and the first of various cornice and ceiling rose features. Two generous sized reception spaces provide flexible accommodation with enviable bay fronted sash window with feature stain glass overlooking the greenery of the front square. Currently separated by stud walling, the dual spaces can be opened to provide an extensive open plan living space or kitchen diner with views into the rear garden. The rear of the ground floor lends itself to be formed into a kitchen or utility area, previously used as an xray room with step in cupboard and w.c aswell as access to the stairwell leading to the basement offering potential for further living accommodation.
The first floor offers further generous accommodation, versatile to be either further living or bedroom space. At the rear the kitchenette, shower cubicle and w.c situate what could be the ample sized family bathrooms. The property is completed by the third floor providing a further two double bedrooms overlooking the rear garden and central square.


Offering gated side access the property provides off road parking in tandem for three small vehicles before leading around to the fully enclosed and private rear garden. Providing a haven of greenery within the city centre the charming and fully private garden offers apple and fig tree alongside established foliage and gated personal use access to the rear.


A short distance from the heart of the historic city centre, St Michael's Square offers a mix of Edwardian and Victorian housing alongside a handful of small independent cafes and bistros. Approximately a quarter of a mile from the ever popular Gloucester Quays outlet and Docklands the area continues to offer a further range of restaurants, cinema and bars whilst the city itself continues to provide various public transport, sporting events at Kingsholm Stadium and easy commuting links to both Birmingham and Bristol.

Local Authority, Services & Tenure

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