The property is accessed via a large entrance hall that creates an open feel, complementing the property. The hallway has an under stairs cupboard for storage. Off the entrance hall you will find the open plan kitchen/diner, with the recent addition of a sun/family room. The kitchen is finished to a high standard with a range of wall and base units, an eye-level oven, gas hob, dishwasher and fridge/freezer, the utility space off the kitchen also has wall and base units with a washing machine, there is plenty of room for a dining table within the kitchen. The recent extension benefits from bi-fold doors and two skylights creating a lot of natural light. The doors open on to the rear garden. The lounge has a beautiful bay window and is a good size. The ground floor is finished with a W/C, hand basin and heated towel rail. Upstairs you have three good size double bedrooms and one single bedroom, the master has an en-suite shower room. The family bathroom has a low level W/C, hand basin, bath with shower over and heated towel rail. The landing space is well-proportioned and handy for extra storage if required.
To the side of the house, you have a detached garage and parking in front that can fit up to three cars. The front of the property has a beautiful slate chipping area with walkway leading to the front door. The current vendors also have a stunning blossom tree. The rear garden is fully enclosed and can be accessed either from the house or via two different side access gates, the garden is mostly laid to artificial grass with a decking area, ideal for alfresco dining. The door into the detached garage comes off the garden.
Cam offers a community feel and provides for most of your shopping requirements by way of a supermarket, two pubs, and national award-winning butchers. There is also a wide range of sports clubs, leisure facilities, and public play areas. Cam has good motorway access by way of the M5, providing good links to Bristol, Gloucester, and Cheltenham. Cam and Dursley train station is nearby offering local services to Bristol, Gloucester, and beyond. There are plenty of primary schools to choose from as there are five in the local area and also Rednock School which offers secondary education and rated 'Good' by Ofsted.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property
Stroud District Council, Tax Band D: £1,984.77
Management fee: £200 per annum approximately for communal areas.
From our office in Cam, head South towards Noel Lee Way, at the roundabout turn right (third exit) on to High Street (A4135). After 0.8 miles turn right on to Box Road, then 0.1 miles from the junction turn left on to Brunel Road. Follow the road round until you reach the end of the cul-de-sac, you will then find the property on the right hand side as indicated by the 'For Sale' board.