Handsome period detached house situated in town centre location, many period features, large part walled garden, entrance hall, lounge, spacious kitchen/dining/living room with part vaulted ceiling and Aga, utility room, ground floor shower room, cellar, three double first floor bedrooms, family bathroom, office/occasional fourth bedroom, garage, range of outbuildings, must be seen, energy rating: D
This attractive period property is located in the popular historic town centre of Berkeley, which is famous for its Castle and the Jenner Museum. The town centre has a range of local retailers along with library, doctors surgery and primary school. Berkeley town is well placed for access to the adjoining towns of Thornbury and Dursley, both having a wider range of shopping facilities along with leisure facilities including swimming pool, golf courses and gyms. Cam/Dursley 'Park and Ride' railway station is within a ten minute drive, which provides easy access to Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham and onward connections to the National Rail Network. The town is also well placed for access to the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network
If travelling from the M5 or A38 follow the signs for Berkeley, on entering the town via Canonbury Street proceed passing the Castle on the left hand side and continue for approximately two hundred metres bearing right into Marybrook Street and continue for approximately eighty metres and the property will be found on the left hand side next to Berkeley Primary School.
This unique period property is situated in the historic town centre and adjoins Berkeley Primary School. The property is well presented and has been upgraded and provides spacious accommodation with many character features retained and is set in a good sized attractive part walled garden. This double bay fronted detached house has rendered elevations with sash windows to first floor and is accessed via a central entrance hall having period style tiled flooring, part wood panelling giving access to the principle rooms along with the cellar. To the front of the property is an attractive bay fronted sitting room with gas wood burner. The spacious kitchen, diner, living room has part vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and attractive range of units incorporating an Aga range cooker and space for dining table opening into sitting area with woodburner. In addition there is a spacious utility and ground floor shower room along with walk in pantry and cellar. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms along with large family bathroom having both bath and separate shower and occasional fourth bedroom/study. The property stands in a good sized garden with shared vehicle access to the side leading to vehicular gateway and parking for a number of cars with large garage and a range of outbuildings. The extensive part walled garden is a particular feature of the property 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).
With part glazed front door leading to:
Attractive central hallway with period style tiled floor, radiator, stairs to first floor with period balustrade and part wood panelled wall. Gated access to:
3.5m x 3.1m minimum (11'6" x 10'2" minimum) - With stone steps and floor.
1.22M x 2.55m (4'0" x 8'4") - Having shelving and window to side
3.93m + Bay x 3.67m (12'11" +Bay x 12'0") - Having double glazed bay window to front, painted wood fire surround and mantel with gas wood burner effect fire, recessed cupboard and shelving.
9.1m x 3.9m (29'10" x 12'10") - Having vaulted ceiling to kitchen area with exposed beams, range of shaker style base units with solid wood work surfaces over, electric Aga with three ovens and two hobs, inset gas hob, built in electric oven, inset one and half bowl single drainer sink unit, period single glazed window to side, two double glazed windows to rear and double glazed bay window to front, engineered oak flooring, period brick fireplace with beam over and woodburner.
3.42m x 3.48m (11'3" x 11'5") - Having a range of shaker style base units, inset stainless steel sink unit, plumbing for washing machine, double glazed windows to both sides, walk in airing cupboard housing gas central heating boiler with pressurised tank, inset ceiling spotlights, radiator and door leading to:
Pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, walk in shower cubicle with mixer shower and glazed door, ladder towel rail and extractor fan.
Having double glazed window to rear and composite door to rear.
Double glazed sash window to front and access to loft space.
3.7m x 3.64m widening to 4.02m (12'2" x 11'11" widening to 13'2") - Double glazed sash window to front, cast iron fireplace, radiator and linen cupboard.
4.0m narrowing to 3.65m x 3.74m (13'1" narrowing to 12'0" x 12'3") - Having radiator, built in cupboard, cast iron fireplace and double glazed window to front.
3.9m x 2.71m (12'10" x 8'11") - Having double glazed window to rear and radiator.
2.4m x 1.77m (7'10" x 5'10") - Having double glazed window to rear and radiator.
Victorian style suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, panelled bath with mixer shower tap, shower cubicle with mixer shower, inset ceiling spotlights, stainless steel ladder towel rail and double glazed window to side.
The front of the property is bound by wall with steps leading to the front garden with low maintenance flower borders. A shared driveway with the adjoining neighbour leads to the rear of the property via a vehicular gate with hard standing for a number of cars and leads to the GARAGE (5.8m x 3.35m) having double doors to front, power and light. Adjoining open fronted store (5.38m x 2.53m) having door to attached shed (3.77m x 3.13m) and log store. The good sized part walled garden is a particular feature of the property and is extensively laid to lawn with vegetable plot, chicken pen, further garden shed, apple trees and holly tree.
All mains services are understood to be connected.
Gas fired radiator central heating.
Council Tax Band: 'F' (£2,969.81 payable)
The property has a shared vehicular access with the neighbouring property to the side.
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