Superbly located cottage with views - well presented spacious three bedroom cottage
- many character features - entrance porch - entrance hall - living/dining room - modern fitted kitchen - utility area - large modern bathroom - three double bedrooms - double glazed sash windows - attractive garden - parking - must be seen - energy rating D
This attractive end terrace cottage is situated in the sought after semi-rural location of Old Brookend, which has numerous country walks in the surround Severnvale countryside. The hamlet has a popular local inn and primary schooling can be found within one mile in Sharpness Primary School. A further range of facilities can be found in the historic town of Berkeley, which includes a range of local retailers, doctors surgery and library. Berkeley is reputed for its Castle and Edward Jenner Museum and is well situated for the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network giving access to Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester.
The property has been extensively modernised and includes many character features. The modernisation includes the addition of sash double glazed windows and attractive period style tessellated tile floor. Both the kitchen and bathroom have both been modernised to a good standard and the addition of a utility space. The property briefly comprises entrance porch leading to entrance hall, large lounge and dining room having sash windows to front and side with views, attractive fireplace, modern refitted kitchen and adjoining utility space. On the first floor there are two large double bedrooms, a spacious bathroom fitted with both bath and shower cubicle. On the second floor there is a third large attic bedroom. Gardens lie to the front and side of the property and are laid to lawn and there is parking space for two/three cars. Within a short walk are allotments and numerous footpaths and bridleways.
If proceeding towards Berkeley on the B4066, take the second exit off the roundabout and continue on the B4066 to the next roundabout, taking the third turning into Station Road. Continue under the railway bridge and continue for approximately half a mile passing The Salmon Inn on the left hand side, continue taking the second turning on the right into Brookend and continue for approximately quarter of a mile bearing left and passing The Lammastide Inn on the left hand side and the property will be found on the right hand side after approximately 60 metres.
Having double glazed front door with attractive period style tessellated effect tiled floor which continues into the entrance hall.
Having stairs to first floor.
7.54m x 4.36m narrowing to 3.89m (24'9" x 14'4" narrowing to 12'9") - Having attractive cast iron style fireplace with coal effect gas fire, high ceiling, under stairs storage cupboard, double glazed sash window to front with view, two further double glazed sash windows to side.
3.08m x 2.55m (10'1" x 8'4") - Having an attractive range of cream shaker style wall and base units with laminate wood effect work surfaces over incorporating inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit, plumbing for automatic dishwasher, space for a range cooker, double glazed window to side and double glazed stable door to side, step to:
2.06m x 1.75m (6'9" x 5'9") - Having a range of wall, tall and base units, radiator, double glazed window to rear, plumbing for side by side American fridge freezer, space for tumble dryer and plumbing for washing machine.
Having airing cupboard housing Worcester combination boiler supplying radiator central heating and domestic hot water, under stairs storage cupboard, double glazed sash style window to front, stairs to second floor.
4.04m x 3.58m (13'3" x 11'9") - Having double glazed sash style windows to front and side with views, radiator, cast iron period style ornamental fireplace.
3.64m x 3.6m (11'11" x 11'10") - Having double glazed sash style window to side and radiator.
3.07m x 2.59m (10'1" x 8'6") - Fitted to a good standard with attractive insulated style bath, low level wc, vanity wash hand basin, separate shower cubicle with electric shower, radiator, attractive sash style window to side.
4.54m x 3.86m max (14'11" x 12'8" max) - Having radiator, double glazed window to side, under eaves storage cupboard, radiator and access to loft space.
To the front of the property there is a low maintenance garden with period style railings and ornamental shrubs. The side garden is also enclosed by period style railings and extensively laid with flower border, two plum trees, pear tree and GARDEN SHED. There is a concrete and tarmacadam parking area for two/three cars.
All mains services are understood to be connected.
Gas fired radiator central heating.
Council Tax Band: 'C' (£1,638.61 payable)
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By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
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