5 Bed Detached HouseThe Street, Uley, GL11

£750,000
For Sale
Property type:Detached House
Receptions
2
Bathrooms
2
Bedrooms
5

Amenities

  • Five Bedrooms
  • Charming Character Features
  • Grade II* Listed
  • Heart of Uley Village
  • Garage with Further Parking
  • Attractive Gardens
  • Gas Central Heating

Summary

Beautifully presented five bedroom detached Grade II* Listed property - Prominent position in centre of Uley village - Accommodation over three floors - Dining and living rooms with woodburners - Kitchen with AGA - Utility room - Ground floor bathroom and first floor shower room - Character features throughout - Attractive gardens - Garage and off street parking - Gas central heating

Situation

This beautiful grade II* listed detached house is situated in the centre of this popular Cotswold village. Uley is situated on the lower slopes of the Cotswold escarpment and is in an area designated as one of outstanding natural beauty. Village facilities include a Post Office/Community village store, primary school, village pub, doctor's surgery, the Prema Arts Centre and café, playing field and access to the cotswold way. A wider range of shopping facilities and amenities can be found in the nearby market town of Dursley while Stroud also has an extensive range of shopping facilities along with independent and grammar schools. Uley is well located for commuting throughout the South West, including to Bristol, Cheltenham and Gloucester via the M5/M4 motorway network. Mainline railway stations can be found at Stroud, Stonehouse and Kemble providing a direct link to London.

Directions

If travelling from Dursley town centre proceed out of the town in an easterly direction on the B4066, on entering the village proceed until you reach the village shop where No. 49 can be found on the left hand side.

Description

This Cotswold stone property has now come to the market, presenting potential purchasers with a rare opportunity to live in this noted* house (*referenced in The Cotswolds, Pevsner Architectural Guide: Buildings of England). This home is one of the most eye catching properties to be found in the heart of the sought after village of Uley. It occupies a prominent position with dual aspect views over the village and beautiful surrounding countryside. Formerly a clothiers house, then public house, dating back to the early 1600's, the property is Grade II* listed and boasts many character features including wooden floors and exposed beams.The accommodation is set out over three floors with the ground floor having entrance hall, separate living and dining rooms, both with woodburners, ground floor bathroom, kitchen with gas fired Aga and separate utility room with rear access. On the first floor can be found the master bedroom along with shower room and two additional double bedrooms while there are two further good sized double bedrooms occupying the top floor. The property benefits from a large garage with storage over and further off street parking and has an attractive private garden at the rear. The location is convenient for access to the village shop, church and popular village pub. The property must be seen to be fully appreciated.

Accommodation

(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).

Entrance Hall

Outer and inner doors and security alarm system.

Dining Room

4.85m x 3.14m (extending to 4.29m) (15'11" x 10'4" ( ex tending to 14'1") - Fire place with newly installed woodturner, single glazed window overlooking rear gardens with window seat and window to the front. Glass fronted cupboard with additional storage underneath. Door leading to the staircase.

Sitting Room

4.90m x 3.66m (16'1" x 12'0") - Wood panel room with Fireplace with newly installed woodburner, single glazed window to front with window seat, two further side windows with secondary glazing.

Inner Hall

Leading to kitchen and bathroom with attractive alcove.

Bathroom

Comprising suite of bath, wash hand basin and wc, single glazed window to side. Airing cupboard and storage cupboard located next to bathroom.

Kitchen

3.16m (extending to 3.97m) x 3.00m (10'4" ( ex tending to 13'0" x 9'10") - Dual aspect overlooking the gardens. Range of wall and base units, gas fired AGA, electric hob, stainless steel sink, electric hob, single glazed windows, tiled floor.

Utility Room

2.44m x 2.15m (8'0" x 7'1") - Stainless steel sink, plumbing for washing machine, built in storage with gas boiler, tiled flooring and access to rear garden.

Stairs to First Floor Landing

Wooden flooring, radiator, storage cupboard and single glazed windows to side and rear.

Bedroom One

4.33m x 3.43m (14'2" x 11'3") - Double sized bedroom with single glazed window to front, radiator and built in wardrobe.

Bedroom Two

4.93m x 3.67m (16'2" x 12'0") - Double sized bedroom benefitting from dual aspect views with single glazed windows to front and side, radiator.

Shower Room

Suite with shower cubicle, wash hand basin and WC, radiator, wooden flooring and single glazed window to rear.

Bedroom Three

5.62m x 3.35m (18'5" x 11'0") - Double sized bedroom benefitting from lovely views over the garden and to Uley Bury with single glazed windows to side and rear and radiator.

Stairs to Second Floor

Wooden flooring, single glazed window to side.

Bedroom Four

4.93m x 3.84m (16'2" x 12'7") - Double sized bedroom with windows to front and rear.

Bedroom Five

4.95m x 4.50m (16'3" x 14'9") - Double sized bedroom benefitting from dual aspect views with single glazed windows to front and side and radiator.

Externally

The gardens are a particular feature of the property and The Old White Hart is accessed via a driveway with tandem parking for 3 cars leading to the spacious garage (5.83m x 2.30m) and has good storage space above. The attractive gardens to the side and rear are partly laid to lawn with borders also include a vegetable patch, fruit trees and greenhouse as well as a small pond. In addition there is a garden shed and stone built workshop.

Agents Notes

The property is Freehold and is Grade II* Listed
Council Tax Band F - £2671.40 payable
All mains services are connected
Gas fired radiator central heating

Financial services

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.

Viewing

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

Property attachments:

Brochure

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