This handsome mid 19th Century stone built property has been the subject of a careful renovation scheme throughout by the current owner and also benefits from a large extension to the rear which now incorporates the kitchen/dining room and utility room. Documentation is available to confirm the extent of the renovations which include re-wiring, a new gas central heating system and the installation of a cast iron log burning stove in the sitting room, new triple glazed aluminium windows and sliding patio doors to the rear garden, limestone flooring to the entire ground floor, new kitchen base and wall cupboards with slate work surfaces and built in appliances and new bathroom and shower room with travertine tiling and contemporary fittings. The project was undertaken by the current owner with craftsmanship and care and not undertaken with a view to selling.
The current internal accommodation is arranged over three floors with a large sitting room with stone fireplace and log burning stove, open plan kitchen/dining area with sliding doors onto the rear garden and shaker style base and wall cupboards with slate work surfaces, belfast sink, built in electric oven and gas hob and fridge/freezer and utility room on the ground floor. On the first floor there is a shower room and two bedrooms with a master bedroom and en-suite bathroom on the second floor above.
The property has a pretty front garden comprising a level lawn bounded by clipped box hedging. There is easy parking on the road outside. To the rear of the property and accessed via sliding patio doors is a generous paved seating area and the level rear garden which is a particular feature of the property, extends to in excess of 200′. There are several raised vegetable beds and a timber garden shed.
The large market town of Dursley sits on the edge of the Cotswold escarpment and is surrounded by breath taking woodland and beautiful walks. It boasts the famous Old Spot Pub which holds a host of awards and accolades, a historic centre with a range of independent shops and the choice of three supermarkets, plus several cafes and restaurants. There is a community hospital, very well regarded primary and secondary schools, library and free parking plus all the other services that you would expect from a town of this size. Cam and Dursley train station provides a regular service to Gloucester and Bristol. In addition to this junctions of the M4 and M5 Motorways are within very easy reach.
There is a right of way at the rear for the neighbouring properties.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is C.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321