Renovated individual period property standing in extensively walled garden - within walking distance of town centre and local amenities - entrance hall - living room - dining room - kitchen/family room - utility - ground floor shower room - four bedrooms - three having en-suite shower rooms - large workshop - attractive well stocked gardens of approximately one fifth acre - off road parking - must be seen - energy rating - C
This spacious detached house has a prominent position close to Dursley town centre and just off the Cotwold Way. The property is within a few minutes walk of facilities including Sainsbury's supermarket, numerous independent retailers, Rednock Comprehensive School along with doctors surgery and neighbours the Old Spot public house. The front of the property has views towards the local landmark of Stinchcombe Hill which is also part of the Cotswold Way and has an interesting 18 hole golf course. Dursley is well placed for commuting throughout the south west via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. The adjoining village of Cam has the benefit of 'Park and Ride' railway station with regular services to Gloucester and Bristol and onward connections to the national rail network.
This attractive period property sits in part walled gardens of approximately 0.2 acre. The current owners have renovated the property over recent years and traded as a Bed and Breakfast for walkers on the Cotswold Way. The property has been finished to a good standard including the replacement of most windows with attractive sash double glazed units, oak flooring to most of the ground floor, replacement of both the kitchen and bathroom and conversion of the second floor bedrooms into one large suite. In addition there is a most attractive master first floor bedroom with high ceiling, cornices, panelled entrance and tall sash windows. The current owners have put an attractive en-suite shower room and wardrobe pod into this room which has a nice balance between contemporary and the period features. Underhill House is accessed via entrance hall leading to living room with bay window to front and french doors overlooking the most attractive walled front garden, There is a separate dining room, large kitchen/family room, spacious utility and ground floor shower room. In addition there is a cellar area accessed via external workshop. The property has been lovingly restored and has an array of features and must be seen to be fully appreciated.
From Dursley town centre proceed on foot to the end of Parsonage Street by the roundabout, turning left into May Lane and continue passing the Library and Bus Station and bear to the right passing the Old Spot public house and Underhill House is the next property on the right hand side.
(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).
Having two radiators, oak flooring, stairs to first floor.
6.44m x 3.5m (21'2" x 11'6") - Having attractive oak flooring, wall light points, period style wooden fireplace with tiled insert, glazed double french doors to front.
4.5m x 3.13m (14'9" x 10'3") - Having double glazed sash window to front, radiator, attractive oak flooring, under stairs storage cupboard, central heating thermostat control, fireplace with wooden surround and cast iron insert, two built in recessed display cabinets with cupboards under.
6.19m x 4.6m (20'4" x 15'1") - Having two double glazed sash windows to front, attractive range of shaker style wall and base units with laminated work surfaces over incorporating inset stainless steel one and half bowl single drainer sink unit, stainless steel gas range with cooker hood over, breakfast bar, three radiators, fireplace with attractive period wooden surround, tile insert and period style wood burner. Cupboard housing Valiant gas boiler supplying radiator central heating and domestic hot water.
4.17m x 2.44m (13'8" x 8'0") - Having a range of wall, tall and base units, plumbing for automatic washing machine, stainless steel sink unit.
Having vanity wash hand basin, wc, shower cubicle with tiled surround and mixer shower.
Having window to rear.
6.19m overall x 4.52m (20'4" overall x 14'10") - Attractive panelled entrance, tall ceiling with cornice and picture rail, tall sash windows, two radiators.
With wash hand basin, wc, tiled shower cubicle, inset ceiling spot lights, two built in wardrobes.
5.58m x 3.47m narrowing to 3.05m (18'4" x 11'5" narrowing to 10'0") - Having double glazed window to front, fireplace, radiator.
Having low level wc, wash hand basin, tiled shower cubicle with mixer shower.
3.51m x 3.25m (11'6" x 10'8") - Having wooden double glazed window to front, radiator, fireplace with cast iron insert.
7.5m overall x 4.5m overall narrowing to 2.3m (24'7" overall x 14'9" overall narrowing to 7'7") - Having landing area, built in wardrobes, recessed book shelving, two roof lights, double glazed windows to front and rear, radiator, access cupboard leading to loft space.
Having oak flooring, window to front, bow window to side, panelled bath, low level wc, vanity wash hand basin with shelved unit and radiator.
To the front of the property the garden is bound by tall walling with pedestrian gate and drive with parking for a number of cars which leads on to the rear of the property where there is space for a garage. The front garden is a particular feature of the property, having attractive cottage style flower borders, shrubs, gravelled pathway and drive. The garden is enclosed by tall red brick and further walling. A crazy paved path leads to the front door. The rear garden is enclosed by hedging with mature trees, an array of flower borders, shrubs, and is extensively laid to lawn with attached WORKSHOP (9.8m x 2.96m) with door and access to cellar and further store beyond.
All mains services are believed to be connected.
Gas fired radiator central heating.
Council Tax Band: 'E' (£2,264.81 payable).
UPLIFT CLAUSE - Please note this only applicable if the property is separated into more than one residential unit - the existing property can be altered and extended or an annexe added as long the property remains as one dwelling.
From 2010 there was a 15 year uplift clause that states that the purchasers and any subsequent purchasers of the property will pay to the vendors or their successors a figure equal to 50% of the enhanced value should planning consent be granted for additional dwellings within the curtilage of the property. The uplift will also apply if the property is used to access any adjoining land for development purposes. The uplift is for a period of 15 years from 2010 - 7 years remaining .
By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
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.