Myrtle Close, Gloucester
£250,000 Sold Subject to Contract

An exceptionally spacious and enviable family home, immaculately presented throughout with ample off road parking and charming sunken garden. Quick viewing is highly advised for this rarely available extended corner plot within a highly sought after family friendly location.

  • Three double bedrooms with ensuite toilet
  • Enviable extended living accommodation
  • Well presented throughout with immaculate kitchen
  • Private rear garden
  • Ample off road parking for four vehicles
  • Viewing highly advised


Situated on a sought after corner plot the property opens into a generous entrance hall with stairs leading to the first floor before leading around to the 'wow factor' living room, offering extensive and enviable space. A perfect space for families or for those who like to entertain, the flexible space lends itself to provide a relaxing lounge area and dining or games space dependant on requirement. The extended kitchen dining room creates the heart of the home offering an immaculately presented oak style shaker kitchen providing ample storage, integrated range style cooker with five ring hob alongside space for various free standing appliances. with French doors leading to the rear garden space. The first floor offers three double bedrooms with ensuite toilet and sink. The well presented family bathroom completes the property with white suite offering bath and separate double width shower cubicle with rainfall shower and separate wand.


Externally the property provides ample off road parking for four vehicles alongside side access leading to the rear garden. Sunken, the garden offers complete privacy with mature boarders and planting creating an idyllic space with artificial lawn and patio adjacent to the French doors of the kitchen, perfectly positioned for the summer months.


This highly sought after location, within close proximity of Robinswood Hill Country Park, is ideal for working professionals, first time buyers and those looking for a quieter paced lifestyle, having various transport links to both Cheltenham and Bristol in addition to a direct link to London Paddington from the Gloucester train station. 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 alongside the premiership Kingsholm rugby ground.

Local Authority, Services & Tenure

Gloucester City Council B.
Mains water, drainage, electric and gas.