The property is accessed via a bright entrance hall that gives access to a handy storage cupboard, the laundry cupboard with a fitted unit and plumbing for a washing machine. The cloakroom comprises of a low-level WC and hand basin. Off the entrance hall you will also find the living room which is an excellent space with a bay window that floods the room with light, in turn creating a homely feel. The kitchen/diner is open plan and is made up of a range of wall and base units with integrated fridge/freezer, dishwasher and two eye level ovens, there is an electric hob with extractor hood over. The dining space is large and has French doors on to the rear garden, making it a great place to entertain. To the first floor you have two double bedrooms and a generous single, both double bedrooms have built in wardrobes and the second bedroom boasts an en-suite shower room. There is a family bathroom that comprises of low-level WC, hand basin, bath, walk in shower and heated towel rail. The master bedroom can be found on the second floor as well as a well-proportioned storage cupboard. The master bedroom benefits from a good amount of built-in storage and an en-suite shower room, the shower room has a low-level WC, shower cubicle, hand basin and heated towel rail.
The front of the property is finished with a small lawn area and some bushes to ensure maximum privacy. There is a large driveway that can fit two vehicles comfortably. The South-facing rear garden is fully enclosed and benefits from both lawn and shingle, there is an array of greenery making it ideal for a keen gardener. There is a patio area that is great for alfresco dining. Within the rear garden you have access to the garage and workshop, both with power and the garage contains an electric vehicle charging point. The property boasts views towards the River Severn and Lydney.
The property is situated in the popular market town of Thornbury. Thornbury is North of Bristol and the nearby A38 provides direct links to Bristol and Gloucester, the town also provides access to junctions 14 and 15 of the M5. Whilst there is no train station within the town, Patchway is just a short drive providing easy links. The town offers a variety of local shops and eateries in the High Street whilst also benefitting from two large supermarkets. You can also keep it local by visiting the farmers markets that are held on the first and third Thursdays of every month between 9am and 1pm. Thornbury is a great family area benefitting from an array of musical and drama groups, sports clubs, scouts and air and sea cadets. Other facilities include the leisure centre, Thornbury golf club, Mundy playing fields and the skate park. There is also a historic side to Thornbury by way of a castle, the castle is now a hotel that provides delicious afternoon tea and is host to beautiful weddings. The castle has been home to some famous visitors including Henry VIII. Thornbury offers a good variety of educational establishments including a secondary school and sixth form. Finally, for those who enjoy a tipple, the 6 O’Clock gin distillery can be found in Thornbury where you can experience food and drink tours.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
South Gloucestershire County Council, Tax Band E £2,623.39.
There is a maintenance charge of £150 per annum.