- No onward chain
- Period four double bedroom property
- Flexiable accommodation set across three floors
- Deceptive rear garden measuring approximately 100ft
- Detached garage with ample off road parking
- Potential to make your own mark
Stepping into the charming period home character features are immediately noticed within the generous entrance hall showcasing original stripped doors, coving and traditional feature dogleg stairs. Providing generous and flexible living accommodation the ground floor offers two reception rooms, offering original open feature fireplace and feature gas operated burning stove, wooden flooring and traditional high Edwardian period ceilings. Leading from the rear reception the space continues through into the garden room overlooking the garden that stretches beyond. Generously proportioned the kitchen breakfast room offers cream shaker style units and wood effect worktops providing integrated twin eye level ovens, Bosch five ring hob to include large wok ring, space for freestanding appliances, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and dishwasher and ceramic sink overlooking the rear garden. With ample space for a breakfast or dining table the kitchen offers an open and social space, with stable doors providing access to the rear.
The first floor provides two generous double bedrooms in addition to the study space which can be utilised as a den or walk in wardrobe. Offering plumbing the space could be converted into a further bathroom space being located alongside the family bathroom offering shower cubicle and separate bath. The third floor opens to a landing space alongside the further two smaller double bedrooms.
Approaching 100ft in length the rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with small adjacent patio to the house and three established apple trees alongside both and apple and elder flower tree. Having scope to be moulded to individuals own requirements the fully enclosed private space is ideal for young families and keen gardeners alike. Side access can be located through the garage, offering lighting and power before opening via sliding doors to the gravelled driveway providing off road parking for four vehicles.
A popular location in the historic City of Gloucester, with easy access to the M5, Stroud Road is ideally placed for local amenities including both primary and secondary schooling. A short distance away is the newly developed Gloucester Quays, where a range of retail outlets can be found alongside restaurants, bars and cinema whilst the city centre is home to the historic Cathedral and various listed buildings. The wonderful Robinswood Hill Country Park is half a mile from the property and open countryside is a mile away. There is easy access to various transport links.
Local Authority, Services and Tenure
Gloucester City Council - Tax Band D.
Mains water, drainage, electric, gas and fully maintained burglar alarm.