Enter the property with ample for shoes and coats with the stairwell leading up to the living accommodation immediately into the generous sized lounge and dining area. The room boasts plenty of natural light streaming through the window to the front and the two skylights to the rear creating a welcoming space. Continuing through, the property opens to a hallway with a built in storage cupboard and access to the loft. Access from the hallway is also provided to the double bedroom, with two built in wardrobes, modern white suite family bathroom and the kitchen benefitting from ample worktop and storage space alongside plumbing for an automatic washing machine, integrated four ring gas hob and electric oven.
Below the living accommodation, the single garage is located accessed via up an over door to the front. The garage itself benefits from power and lighting with the potential to become a home office or gym if required. Personal use door to the rear of the garage opens to the low maintenance private garden. Gated side access is also found providing further access tot he garden if required.
A highly sought after suburb of the historic Gloucester City Centre, Longlevens offers potential purchasers with various local amenities to include local stores, hairdressers, primary and secondary schooling alongside transportation links ideal to both the city centre alongside Cheltenham to the north and Bristol to the south. The city centre itself continues to offers a variety of additional amenities and shopping destinations alongside direct train links to London Paddington set within the mix of historical charm and modern conveniences.
Gloucester City Council - Tax band A (£1,298.95 per annum).
Mains water, drainage, gas and electric are connected to the property.
Flying freehold with a lease length of 969 years remaining. No ground rent or service charge is payable.
*Information correct as of 31/8/22*