Attractive extended semi-detached house in semi-rural location
close to open fields
entrance porch - entrance hall - cloakroom - good sized bay fronted living room - spacious kitchen/diner with adjoining family room - utility room - three bedrooms - two large double and a single - large modern bathroom/shower room - off road parking - garage - rear garden approximately 130 feet in length - must be seen - energy rating D
This property is situated in the attractive sought after semi-rural location of Ashmead Green. 5 Ashmead Green backs onto a lane which gives pedestrian access onto open fields with views towards the River Severn, Forest of Dean and Brecon Beacons beyond. The property is within a short walk of Cam Longdown and Cam Peak, which provide an array of country walks. The village of Cam is just a few minutes drive where there is a range of facilities including Tesco's supermarket, independent retailers, doctors and dentist surgeries and a choice of three primary schools. Dursley town is within five minutes drive, which provides a wider range of facilities including Sainsbury's supermarket, independent retailers, comprehensive school, sports hall, swimming pool and 18 hole golf course. Cam village is well placed for commuting to the larger centres of Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham via the M5/M4 motorway network. Cam has a 'Park and Ride' railway station with onward connections to the national rail network.
If travelling from Dursley town centre, proceed north west out of town on the A4135 Kingshill Road turning right just after the Fire Station into Kingshill Lane. Proceed down the incline bearing right into Church Road and continue bearing left into Hopton Road and proceed passing Cam Hopton School on the left hand side and continue for 200m taking the next turning on the right into Upthorpe. Continue through Upthorpe and into Cam Green, proceed for approximately half a mile to the T junction and turn left and continue for approximately 50m and No.5 will be found on the left hand side.
The property was constructed in the 1930's in this enviable semi-rural location, close to open fields with views from the upper floor towards the River Severn and Welsh hills. The current owners have been in occupation for approximately 30 years and during their time in the property have extended the ground floor accommodation. The accommodation briefly comprises entrance porch leading to entrance hall, cloakroom/wc, large spacious bay fronted sitting room, kitchen/dining room, which has been refitted to a good standard and opening to extended sitting/family room. In addition there is a large utility space at the rear of the garage. On the first floor there are two spacious double bedrooms along with further single bedroom and large bathroom, which has been refitted with panel bath, low level wc, separate shower cubicle and wash hand basin. The property benefits from gas fired radiator central heating and extensive double glazing. To the front of the property there is parking space and lawn to the side. The rear garden is of an extremely good size with a range of outbuildings and must be seen to be fully appreciated.
(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 part glazed front door with glazed side screen and quarry tied floor leading to:
Having glazed door, radiator, stairs to first floor, under stairs storage cupboard and hive central heating control.
Having wash hand basin, wc and extractor fan.
4.75m narrowing to 4.18m x 3.63m (15'7" narrowing to 13'9" x 11'11") - Having double glazed bay window to front, double radiator, picture rail, brick fireplace with wood mantel.
5.72m x 3.97m narrowing to 2.96m (18'9" x 13'0" narrowing to 9'9") - Having a range of attractive shaker style painted wood effect wall and base units with composite work surfaces over incorporating inset single drainer sink unit, integrated fridge, inset five burner gas hob with cooker hood over, built in oven, laminate floor covering, picture rail, inset ceiling spotlights, inset gas fire and opening to:
5.25m x 2.76m narrowing to 2.16m (17'3" x 9'1" narrowing to 7'1") - Having patio doors to rear garden, double glazed windows to rear and side, laminate floor and radiator.
2.81m x 3.6m (9'3" x 11'10") - Having base and wall units, deep enamel sink unit, plumbing for automatic washing machine, part glazed door to rear and door to the garage.
Having access to extensively boarded loft space with loft ladder and light.
4.97m x 3.63m (16'4" x 11'11") - Having picture rail, double glazed bay window to front and radiator.
3.99m x 3.23m (13'1" x 10'7") - Having double glazed window to rear, two built in mirror fronted wardrobes, one housing hot water storage tank and Worcester central heating boiler, radiator and picture rail.
2.88m x 1.96m (9'5" x 6'5") - Having double glazed window to front, wardrobe with range of top boxes, radiator and picture rail.
Spacious bathroom having vanity wash hand basin with cupboard under, shower cubicle with mixer shower, wc with concealed cistern, panelled bath, double glazed window, fitted mirror with lights over and matching cupboard.
To the front of the property the garden is bound by hedging and a gravelled drive leads to the GARAGE (5.4m x 2.73m) having up and over door and window to side. The front garden is laid to lawn with flower border. The rear garden has paved patio area immediately outside the kitchen door and this continues to the side and rear to the extensive rear garden, which extends to approximately 130 feet and is enclosed by hedging with good sized lawn area, flower borders, shrubs, pond, mature apple tree, GREENHOUSE and outbuilding incorporating two sheds. SHED ONE (2.2m x 1.5m). SHED TWO (2.7m x 2.2m) having power and light. A pathway continues to the far portion of this good length garden which comprises kitchen garden, vegetable plot, tree and must be seen to be fully appreciated.
All mains services are connected.
Gas fired radiator central heating.
Council Tax Band: 'C' (£1,630.82 payable)
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