2 Bed CottageOld Brookend, Berkeley, GL13

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Property type:Cottage


Superb location with splendid views from the front over open fields.
Immaculately presented character 2-bed cottage plus usable attic space.
Living room (with woodburner), dining room, fitted kitchen, 2 first floor bedrooms,
well appointed shower/bathroom, gas central heating, extensive double glazing,
gardens to front and rear


Old Brookend is a sought after location with numerous country walks in the surrounding Severn Vale countryside. The historic town of Berkeley is approximately one and a half miles distant and offers a range of independent retailers, convenience stores, primary school, hotel and public houses. The larger towns of Thornbury, Wotton-under-Edge and Dursley are within easy reach and offer a wider range of shopping, educational and recreational facilities. The property is well situated for access to the A38 providing access to Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester via the M5/M4 motorway network.


This sympathetically modernised cottage occupies a beautiful semi-rural position in the sought after location of Old Brookend with stunning views to the front over open fields. The cottage has a spacious lounge/dining room with feature brick fireplace and wood buring stove, oak woodstrip flooring and bay window with an elevated position overlooking fields. The property also has a light and airy well fitted kitchen, extensive double glazing throughout and gas fired central heating. The first floor consists of two bedrooms and a beautifully modernised shower/bathroom with mixer shower. The second floor contains a large attic room with under eaves storage. The rear garden has a good sized patio area, lawn area landscaped with rail sleepers and pedestrian access to a lane with a short walk to allotments and numerous footpaths and bridleways.


From the centre of Berkeley proceed out of town through Marybrook Street and at the roundabout continue straight across, under the railway bridge and continue for approximately three quarters of a mile taking the second turning on the right into Brookend. Continue and the road bears round to the left past the Lammastide Inn. Number 23 Old Brookend is in the last terrace block of houses as you leave Brookend on your right.


(Please note that our room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest one hundredth of a metre on a wall to wall basis. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets) is only intended as an approximate guide).


With wooden door leading to:


4.26m x 3.20m increasing to 3.68 (14'0" x 10'6" increasing to 12'1") - Having oak woodstrip flooring, brick feature fireplace and flagstone hearth fitted with wood burner, built in shelving, radiator, door leading to first floor, double glazed bay window with superb views across to open fields. Opening to:


3.4m x 2.84m (11'2" x 9'4") - With oak woodstrip flooring, under stairs cupboard with light and radiator.


With double glazed window to side, heating thermostat and wooden stable door to garden.


4.45m x 1.98m (14'7" x 6'6") - A light and airy well fitted kitchen with a range of wall and floor units, work surfaces, slate tiled floor, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap, built-in Neff fan assisted oven with 4-burner gas hob over, plumbing for dishwasher and washing machine, breakfast bar overlooking the garden, radiator, built-in cupboard housing Worcester combination boiler supplying domestic hot water and radiator central heating, double glazed window to side and rear and large Velux roof light.


Staircase to attic space, under stairs storage cupboard and radiator.


4.36m x 3.19m (14'4" x 10'6") - Having two double glazed windows to front with lovely views, radiator and telephone point.


3.51m x 2.45m max (11'6" x 8'0" max) - Having radiator and double glazed window to rear.


Well appointed with large corner shower with Mira mixer shower, panelled bath, low level wc, washbasin with vanity unit under, exposed roof timber, inset ceiling lighting, ladder radiator and exposed floor boards.


4.36m x 3.05m into eaves (14'4" x 10'0" into eaves) - Having Velux roof light, radiator, under eaves storage cupboards, wood panel ceiling and inset spotlights.


A beautifully elevated gravelled front garden with flower borders and well established Wisteria. The rear garden has been landscaped with patio area, seating, outside power sockets, lights and railway sleepers separating lawn levels with flower borders. The rear garden has pedestrian access and easy walking distance to nearby allotments and numerous footpaths and bridleways.


Tenure: Freehold
Gas fired central heating
Council Tax Band B (£1295.65 payable)


By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.

Property attachments:


MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967. Messrs. Bennett Jones for themselves and for the Vendors of this property whose agents they are, give notice that: All statements contained in their particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of the Agents or Vendors. None of the statements contained in their particulars as to this property is to be relied on as a statement or representation of fact. Any intending purchasers must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the statements contained in these particulars. The Vendors do not make or give and neither the Agents nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.