An attractive Cotswold stone style property. This semi-detached home is framed by black wrought iron railings and gravel before stepping through to the spacious entrance hall. Leading through to the deceptively generous open plan kitchen living area, the space benefits from newly laid hardwood flooring that elongates the room towards the full aspect rear windows and French doors which open out onto the rear garden providing a bright, airy and enjoyable living space, ideal space for entertaining or those with young families. Positioned at the front of the property, the well appointed kitchen offers integrated appliances to include fridge, freezer, low level oven with four ring gas hob over, dishwasher and washing machine in addition to ample base and wall mounted units to provide various storage throughout. The ground floor is completed with a generous under stairs storage cupboard and cloakroom offering a white suite to include hand basin and WC.
Leading to the first floor, you will find three double bedrooms with the master benefiting from built in wardrobe space with lighting creating an area that would lend itself to an enviable dressing area or additional storage. A well-appointed en-suite shower room comprises a double width shower cubicle, WC, wash hand basin and towel rail. The first floor is completed with the generous and modern family bathroom comprising a panelled bath with shower over, WC, wash hand basin and towel rail.
Landscaped during spring 2020, the southerly facing rear garden is laid to lawn with a patio adjacent to the French doors leading from the open plan living space. Fully enclosed, the well proportioned space measuring 33ft in length lends itself to young families having immediate access through gated side access to the allocated off road parking for two vehicles which in turn leads to the detached garage offering up and over door.
Forming part of the highly sought after Centurion View in Brockworth, Hidcote Road is situated on the edge of the development in a quiet position. Located a short 6 miles from the historic city centre, Gloucester offers various levels of public, grammar and private schooling, various local amenities including the newly developed Gloucester Docklands and Quays as well as extensive travel links alongside the refurbished bus station and trainline direct to London Paddington. Brockworth itself continues to offer a large Tesco superstore, public eating houses, play parks and further amenities.
Tewkesbury Borough Council - Tax Band C.
Mains water, drainage, electric and gas.