- Semi detached Edwardian family home
- Four bedrooms
- Two reception rooms
- Character features
- Rear garden
- EPC rating E46
The property is accessed via a spacious hallway complete with parquet flooring and Edwardian stained glass window. From the hallway, doors lead to the living room, dining room and kitchen and an oak staircase leads to the first floor. The living room boasts a double aspect providing views across playing fields over to Cam Peak. Complete with a bay window, picture rails and an open fire, the room gives a sense of space whilst remaining cosy. The dining room continues the theme with the parquet flooring and also provides a dual aspect giving plenty of light and space for entertaining. The kitchen has a range of modern wall and base units with a wooden worktop over and Belfast sink. The integrated appliances to include a fridge/freezer, gas hob and dishwasher. There is a rear lobby area that leads to the downstairs cloakroom with low level WC and wash hand basin. To the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, one of which is dual aspect with views across to Cam Peak and a single bedroom. The family bathroom can be found on this floor and comprises of a white suite to include a bath with shower over, pedestal wash handbasin and low level WC, as well as a heated towell rail. The first floor landing is equally spacious with stairs leading to the second floor where a second bathroom can be found comprising of a shower cubicle and low level WC. The master bedroom is also on this floor and runs the length of the property providing a dressing area and exposed beams. There is a porthole stained glass window at the end of the bedroom which provides a feature to the room.
To the front, the property is mainly laid to lawn with a pathway leading to the front of the property where it is bordered with trees and shrubs. The pathway continues around to the back of the property where immediately outside the back door is a seating area with patio and mature shrubs which is secluded from the rest of the garden. The back section of the garden is laid to lawn and has rear access to the driveway and parking space.
The property is situated on the outskirts of the small market town of Dursley. Its direct links to the M5 motorway makes it easily accessible for commuting to Gloucester, Cheltenham, Bristol and London. Cam and Dursley train station is a short distance away away. Dursley offers a good variety of shopping, educational and recreational facilities including a swimming pool, sports centre, excellent Primary and Secondary Schools and a wide range of amenities. Also located on the Cotswold Way, beautiful woodland and hill walks are on the doorstep.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council, tax band D: £2,022.31.
Take the A38 to Dursley turning left at the roundabout onto the A4135. Head into Cam and turn right at the roundabout, continuing on the A4135 before taking the first exit at the next roundabout. Take the first exit at the next roundabout, before continuing straight over another roundabout. You will pass Rednock School on your left hand side and shortly after you will find the property on the right hand side opposite the layby and park.