Light and airy entrance hall with original tiled flooring provides access to the lounge, kitchen and stairwell leading to the first floor.
Previously two receptions rooms, the lounge area is divided by an open archway with bay window overlooking the front aspect. Ample space is provided for a dining area if required or home office. Double doors to the rear open to the extended dining/breakfast room.
Extended to the rear creating a large open space, the room provides an abundance of natural light into the room via the French doors and windows to the rear and velux window above. The space provides the ideal space for entertaining to be utilised as an ideal dining or breakfast room. The room opens through the kitchen whilst access is also provided to a downstairs w.c and door opening to the side of the property.
The galley style kitchen boasts worktop and storage space with window overlooking the side aspect. Plumbing for an automatic washing machine is located in the space beneath the stairwell whilst plumbing for a dishwasher is also found in the kitchen itself.
Cloakroom comprising of w.c, wash hand basin and window with frosted glass overlooking the rear aspect.
Spacious landing area, with window overlooking the side aspect, provides access to all three bedrooms and the family bathroom.
Double bedroom with bay window facing to the front aspect.
Double bedroom with window overlooking the rear aspect and access provided to the loft above.
Bedroom with window overlooking the front aspect of the property.
fully tiled white suite bathroom comprising of w.c, wash hand basin, bath with shower attachment over and window with frosted glass overlooking the rear aspect.
To the rear, the property boasts a large and enclosed rear garden. Patio area next to the property provides convenient space for seating and entertaining which opens out to a large lawned area with trees, hedgerows and fenced borders helping to create a private and enclosed space. Gated side access leads to the front of the property where off-road parking for two to three vehicles is found on the driveway.
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 C (£1,731.94 per annum).
Mains water, drainage, gas and electricity are connected to the property.