Attractive newly renovated Cider Mill
in a most attractive semi-rural location - many character features
entrance porch - living room/dining room - kitchen - two double bedrooms - two bathrooms - oil central heating - gardens to front and rear - off-road parking - fitted carpets - must be seen - energy rating C
This newly renovated property is situated in Blanchworth which is a Hamlet between the Cotswold village of North Nibley and the Severn Vale town of Berkeley. North Nibley has a popular local inn and primary school. The larger Cotswold town of Wotton-under-Edge offers a wider range of shopping facilities along with primary and secondary schooling. The A38 gives access to the centres of Dursley and Thornbury which also have a good range of shopping facilities including supermarkets and further secondary schooling. The property is situated in this semi rural location midway in between junctions 13 and 14 of the M5 motorway.
This unique detached property is in the course of being converted in this fantastic semi-rural position. The property will be accessed via a short shared driveway leading to parking for two vehicles. The gardens will be enclosed by fencing and wall. The property will be accessed by entrance porch leading to spacious living room having spiral staircase to first floor, exposed oak beams and red brick walls. There is a separate dining room with french doors looking over the rear gardens andopening to a spacious kitchen which will have 'Range' style cooker and will be fitted to a good standard and door leading onto the rear garden. On the first floor will be the master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and along with a further double bedroom and bathroom/second wc. The property will benefit from an oil fired central heating and private drainage. To see all the property has to offer we suggest viewing at your earliest opportunity.
If travelling in a south easterly direction from the A38 past the junction for Dursley, continue passing The Prince of Wales hotel, and continue passing the Berkeley turning and after approximately two hundred metres take the first turning on the left, continue passing Kitts Green Nursery on the right hand side and proceed for approximately half a mile and The Cider Mill will be found on the left 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).
Attractive oak and tiled pitched roof, leading to:
With composite front door and side panel, tiled floor, leading to:
Low level WC, whash hand basin, tiled floor.
8.6m x 5.2m (28'3" x 17'1") - Two sets of French doors leading to garden, two windows to front, attractive former Cider Press used as dining table, spiral staircase to first floor, red brick alcoves in walls and double doors to:
4.3m x 3m (14'1" x 9'10") - Fitted kitchen with base and wall units and under counter lighting, stone work surface over, 'Range' style electric oven with large hood over, 'belfast' sink, windows to front and window and door to rear, inset ceiling spotlights, tiled floor.
5.2m x 3m (17'1" x 9'10") - Having two roof lights, window to side and door to:
With built in wardrobes, leading to:
Having walk in shower, low level wc, wash hand basin, windows to side.
5.2m x 2.98m (17'1" x 9'9") - Having roof light.
Having bath, wash hand basin and wc.
To the front of the property there is an open plan area of front garden, post and rail fence, and lawn with pedestrian pathway leading to the front door. There is a rear courtyard area. There is a shared drive to the far side of the adjoining cottage with two parking spaces.
Mains electricity and water are believed to be connected.
Oil central heating.
Council Tax Band: to be confirmed.
We may offer prospective purchasers' financial advice in order to assist the progress of the sale. Bennett Jones Partnership introduces only to Kingsbridge Independent Mortgage Advice and if so, may be paid an introductory commission which averages £128.00.
By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
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