The property is accessed via an entrance hall with doors leading into the living room, study/play room, shower room and kitchen/diner and stairs rising to the first floor. The living room has a log burner and features French doors leading into a light and airy conservatory which in turn have French doors providing access to the patio and rear garden. The study/play room has double doors into the hallway provides a useful space for those working from home. The shower room has a walk-in shower, low-level WC and pedestal hand wash basin. The kitchen/diner is a generous size with a multi-fuel burner and provides a range of wall and base units. The integrated appliances include electric hob with extractor fan over, eye level oven and microwave. There is space for a washing machine, dishwasher, fridge and freezer. The French doors from the kitchen then lead onto the enclosed garden. To the first floor there are three double bedrooms and one single bedroom, the three double bedrooms provide built-in wardrobes and bedroom four has a fixed single bed. The family bathroom comprises of a bath, low-level WC and pedestal hand wash basin.
The property has a gravel driveway that provides off road parking for several vehicles and further benefits from an electric car charging port. Within the enclosed South-West rear garden there are raised flower beds, shrubs and a seated area that is ideal for alfresco dining, whilst also providing vegetable patches and shrubs. There are two log sheds, a bike port that doubles up as a porch and two storage sheds fully equipped with electrics. There is also a greenhouse, solid lean to for a BBQ and a separate workshop that is fully equipped with underfloor heating, electrics and work bench. The garden has a gateway into the field behind with views of the River Severn and surrounding hills.
Coaley is located in Gloucestershire, it is 3 miles from the town of Dursley and 5 miles from the town of Stroud. The village extends from the edge of the Cotswold Hills at Coaley Peak viewpoint, towards the River Cam at Cam and the Severn Estuary beyond. Coaley has many amenities, including a 300-year-old pub, the Old Fox, Coaley C of E Primary School, a church, a village hall, and a community shop. Cam and Dursley railway station was reopened in 1994 and is situated on the South-Western border of the village. Coaley is a very active village with many clubs and societies. It also holds an annual produce show, which has been held since 1942 on the first Saturday in September.
In 2003, Coaley was crowned Gloucestershire village of the year and went on to pick up a runner-up prize in the national competition, in recognition of local residents' efforts to develop community organisations and enterprises.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property with the exception of gas.
Stroud District Council, Tax Band C: £1,718.07.
From our office head South towards to the roundabout at Noel Lee Way, at the roundabout take the first exit on to Chapel Street. Continue on to Chapel Street where it will become Station Road. You will then need to take a sharp left onto Upthorpe and continue on to Cam Green. The, turn left on to Ashmead Green and continue down Ashmead. Follow Ashmead until it becomes Far Green, from Far Green you will find the property on your left indicated by our ‘For Sale’ board.