Well proportioned and refurbished park home with open plan living space and presented to a good specification on this popular development for the over 50's. Fitted kitchen with appliances, double bedroom with built in wardrobes, new bathroom with shower, built in storage, new boiler, low maintenance garden with pathway and raised outdoor balcony area, utility shed with built in appliances and plumbing, double glazing. The unit benefits from LPG central heating, A viewing is highly recommended to appreciated.
This newly renovated Park Home is well positioned close to parking facilities on the popular Berkeley Vale Park, which is on the outskirts of the town. The historic town of Berkeley has a range of facilities including local shops, public houses and primary school. Berkeley is famous for its historic Castle and Edward Jenner Museum. The town itself is well placed for travel throughout the South West via the nearby A38 and M5/M4 motorway network.
Having been recently renovated, this one bedroom single park home is well proportioned throughout and sits on a comfortable plot close to the car park, having with an open plan living /dining aspect, and is presented to a good specification. The kitchen has integrated appliances and has a range of units. The lounge area is to the front with a light and airy feel. The double bedroom has built in wardrobes with sliding doors, and there is a newly fitted bathroom. The open plan living space offers excellent living space with dual aspect windows, and hallway with door opening out onto a raised balcony area and leads to the low maintenance garden with sitting areas and a pathway leads towards the brick utility shed. The unit benefits from LPG central heating, double glazing, and new gas boiler.
On approaching the town of Berkeley from the A38, continue straight across the roundabout passing Berkeley Castle on the left hand side and continue into the town. Instead of bearing right by the Town Hall, continue straight ahead into Salter Street and continue onto Lynch Road. Proceed for approximately three quarters of a mile and turn right into Hook Street. There is adequate parking provided for visitors and overflow before you enter The Park. Entering The Park through the second entrance, no. 25 can be found a short distance along the first right hand pathway 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). This newly renovated Park Home is well positioned on the popular Berkeley Vale Park, which is on the outskirts of the town. The historic town of Berkeley has a range of facilities including local shops, public houses and primary school. Berkeley is famous for its historic Castle and Edward Jenner Museum. The town itself is well placed for travel throughout the South West via the nearby A38 and M5/M4 motorway network.
Having UPVC door leading to modern entrance with built in storage cupboard, radiator and double glazed window to side, leading to;
2.91m x 2.33m (9'6" x 7'7") - Well proportioned room with window to the rear, built in double wardrobe with sliding doors for space saving and radiator.
Newly renovated with white modern suite, comprising: bath with shower over, wc and vanity wash basin with storage under, mirror and shelving, fully cladded walls and double glazed window to side.
2.93m x 2.61m (9'7" x 8'6") - Having base and drawer units with worktop and upstand over, stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, built in single oven with 4 burner gas hob with extractor over, built in fridge, newly installed boiler, radiator and dual aspect double glazed windows to side providing a light and airy feel leading to:
3.08m x 2.91m (10'1" x 9'6") - Double glazed door and window to side, and double glazed bow window to front. radiator, wall and ceiling lighting.
The property offers good external space with pathway leading to the front door having steps and balcony for outside entertaining. A lawn area and further pathway leads to a second sitting area with low level wall and privacy trees at the rear. A brick utility shed can be found to the side, with built in wall and base units, plumbing and includes washing machine, lighting and power.
The current Rent is £153.15 per month. The fee is reviewed annually in January and includes clean water charge.
No dogs are allowed on The Park.
The site is for occupiers over the age of 50 years.
Bottled Gas Central Heating
Council Tax Band: 'A' (£1,415.80 payable)
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