Single-glazed windows to front elevation. Single-glazed door to porch and wooden door to living room.
Double-glazed sash window to entrance hall. Feature fireplace. Radiator.
Double-glazed window to rear elevation and door to utility room. Base level units with one and a half bowl stainless steel sink with mixer tap and drainer and freestanding electric oven with four-burner gas hob. Feature fireplace and stairs rising to first floor. Radiator.
Double-glazed window to side elevation. Base level cupboard with worktop over. Space for a washing machine. Access to lobby onto rear garden. Radiator.
Double-glazed window to rear elevation. Low-level WC, wash hand basin and bath with hand held shower.
Double-glazed window to front elevation. Stairs to first floor. Radiator.
Double-glazed sash window to front elevation. Radiator.
Double-glazed window to rear elevation. Radiator.
The front garden has a hedge border and is mainly a gravel area with a rockery, being low maintenance. The rear garden is fully enclosed, private and mostly laid to lawn with a courtyard area to the side. There is a footpath leading to the storage shed with flower and shrub borders. There is rear access to the garden. There is the potential of converting the front garden into a car parking space. There are views over to the River Severn and Forest of Dean from the upper floors.
Berkeley is a lovely market town that is located on the Eastern bank of the Severn. Berkeley is best known for its stunning castle; the castle is nine centuries old and is open to the public. It offers a community feel and has great transport links to Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham via the A38 and the M5, the nearest train station is in Cam. Cam and Dursley is a short drive where you will find a great range of shops and eateries, including two major supermarket chains. There are plenty of primary schools to choose from in the local area and it is a short drive to both Rednock secondary school and sixth form in Dursley and Katharine Lady Berkeley school and sixth form in Wotton-Under-Edge.
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property.
Stroud District Council. Tax Band B: £1,725.45 (2023/24).