Stepping into the generous entrance hall providing ample space for coats, shoes and such like, the flexible space available within this family home is immediately noticeable.
Leading through to the first of two versatile reception spaces, the bright and airy space overlooking the front lawn makes an ideal living room before leading through sliding doors to the dining room. Situated adjacent to the kitchen, the dining room allows an abundance of natural light via the sliding doors which open into the rear garden.
The kitchen offers various base and wall mounted units with ample worktop alongside space for freestanding appliances in addition to a spacious area below the stairwell ideal for a pantry. From the kitchen, the ground floor accommodation is completed by a utility room with a hand basin and plumbing for an automatic washing machine whilst providing access to both the front and the rear of the property. Access to a downstairs w.c is also provided.
The first floor opens to a spacious landing, offering access to both the attic, via drop down ladder, and airing cupboard before opening to three double bedrooms and the modern white family suite with hand basin, w.c and shower cubicle.
Approached via block paved driveway providing off road parking for two vehicles which in turn leads to the attached garage with an up and over door offering power and lighting. The property welcomes prospective purchasers with a generous front lawn and mature boarders. Accessed via the utility room, the deceptively sized rear garden offers both lawned and patio areas ideal for young families and keen gardeners alike, with hedgerows, established trees and planting making for an enclosed and private space.
The ever popular suburb of Abbeydale, within close proximity to Saintbridge, is situated on the outskirts of Gloucester City Centre offering various amenities including a Morrisons superstore, restaurants, schooling and public transport links to include the Gloucester bus routes to the nearly renovated City Centre station. The historic City Centre, to include the medieval Cathedral, offers further shops, boutiques and eateries alongside the recently developed Gloucester Docks and Quays shopping destination in addition to the famous Kingsholm stadium offering various sporting and music events throughout the year. One road away is a local nature reserve with Saintbridge ponds & allotments situated there, a short walk from the property itself.
Gloucester City Council - Tax Band C (£1,731.94 per annum).
Mains water, drainage, electric and gas.