3 Bed House - TerracedSevern Drive Berkeley

Price Guide £230,000
Sold STC
Property type:House - Terraced


  • Three bedroom home.
  • Allocated parking for two.
  • No onward chain.
  • Recently re-decorated by current owners.
  • Within walking distance of town centre.
  • Gas central heating.
  • Energy Rating: C


Three bedroom home within walking distance of town centre, allocated parking for two, no onward chain, recently re-decorated with updated kitchen and bathroom, entrance hallway, kitchen, living/dining room, three first floor bedrooms, bathroom,
enclosed rear garden with wooden shed,
Energy Rating: C


This three bedroom home is situated in the tucked away cul-de-sac of Severn Drive, within a few minutes walk of the town centre of Berkeley. The historic town is famous for its Castle and Jenner Museum and has a most attractive High Street with a range of local retailers along with primary school. The town is situated in Berkeley Vale which provides a range of country walks including the nearby Deer Park. The larger towns of Dursley, Thornbury and Wotton-under-Edge have secondary schooling along with a wider range of recreational facilities. Driving to the larger centres of Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham is made accessible via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. The nearby village of Cam has a 'Park and Ride' railway station with regular services to Gloucester and Bristol and onward connections to the National Rail network.


Berkeley is located between Junction 13 and 14 of the M5 motorway and if travelling in a southerly direction along the A38 passing The Prince of Wales Hotel on the left hand side; proceed approximately one mile and passing the Berkeley Heath Motors garage and petrol station on your right hand side take the first turning on the right onto the B4066, proceed for approximately three miles, go straight over the roundabout onto Canonbury Street, continue a further five hundred metres passing the Castle on your left hand side and follow the road as it bears round to the right hand side, continuing onto Marybrook Street, proceed approximately two hundred and seventy five metres and take the turning on the left hand side onto Fitzhardinge Way, proceed approximately one hundred and fifty metres taking the second turning on the right onto Severn Drive, proceed straight ahead and number 14 will be located on the right hand side.


This property has been in the same ownership for over 17 years and is now offered to the market with no onward chain. The current owners have recently updated the property with new kitchen and bathroom and redecorated throughout and new double glazed windows and front door replaced in 2020. There is two allocated parking spaces and enclosed rear garden with wooden shed and decking. Internally, the property briefly comprises; canopy porch, entrance hallway, kitchen, living/dining room. On the first floor there are three bedrooms and bathroom. The property benefits from gas central heating and double glazing.


(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).


Double glazed front door, radiator, opening into:


2.45m x 2.32m (8'0" x 7'7") - Fitted kitchen with base and wall units, roll top laminate work surface over, electric cooker point, space for under counter fridge and freezer, space and plumbing for washing machine, stainless steel sink and drainer, double glazed window to front, gas boiler.


5.32m narrowing to 4.64m x 3.55m (max.) (17'5" nar - Double glazed sliding door to garden, two radiators, stairs to first floor.


Storage cupboard, access to loft space.


3.62m x 2.92m narrowing to 2.53m (11'10" x 9'6" na - Double glazed window to rear, radiator, fitted wardrobe and further storage cupboard.


3.09m x 2.05m (10'1" x 6'8") - Double glazed window to front, radiator.


3.47m x 1.68m (11'4" x 5'6") - Double glazed window to front, radiator.


Bath with shower off tap, low level WC, wash hand basin with pedestal, double glazed window to front, inset ceiling spotlights, radiator.


To the front of the property there is an allocated parking space for one vehicle with further allocated parking space to the North East of the property. The rear garden has wooden decked area, stone gravel and patio areas, wooden storage shed and the garden is enclosed by wood panel fencing.


Tenure: Freehold.
All mains services are believed to be connected.
Council Tax Band: B (£1,725.45 payable).
Gas central heating.


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.

Property attachments:


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