A very handsome Regency town house located in the very heart of this popular town and enjoying a good degree of privacy with gravelled driveway and pretty manicured gardens (Draft details)
A stunning Regency attached town house positioned in a convenient backwater of this popular market town. The property has undergone complete renovation by the current owners to a very high specification including the installation of replacement sash windows, oak flooring throughout the ground floor, plus new kitchen and bathrooms. Creating a spacious and well planned family home retaining a great deal of its original charm and character features. The accommodation is arranged over three floors with an entrance hall providing access to a generous drawing room boasting feature art deco fireplace and double doors opening onto the front garden, plus dining room. The dining room itself has engineered oak flooring, access to a large workshop with steps that lead down to a cellar comprising three connecting rooms, and a door leading to the 20’3” kitchen. This good size kitchen/family room has a fireplace housing a multi fuel log burning stove with door leading to a useful laundry room with cloakroom/shower room. On the first floor there is a landing and three double bedrooms (two with en-suite shower rooms), and the floor above offers a beautiful 23’ master bedroom with en-suite bathroom, walk in wardrobe and access to a boarded loft space with exposed A-frame and beams.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway providing off road parking and the walled gardens are a particular feature, enjoying a pleasant outlook and level landscape. Very well tended and delightfully stocked with cottage garden plants and flowers the garden is delightful, also offering ornamental fruit trees to include crab apples, pear and greengage. There is a side access leading to the rear garden which has a large expanse of level lawn, mature flower beds and enjoys a good degree of privacy. There is a large workshop with power and light.
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 a choice of three supermarkets, plus several cafes and restaurants. There is a leisure centre, community hospital, very well regarded primary and secondary schools, a 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 pf the M4 and M5 Motorways are within very easy reach.
The seller of this property is a relation of one of the directors of Peter Joy Estate Agents Ltd.
This is only applicable if the property is separated into more than one residential unit. The existing property can be altered and extended or an annexe added as long as the property remains as one dwelling. From 2010 there was a fifteen year uplift clause that states that the purchasers and any subsequent purchase of the property will pay to the vendors or their successors a figure equal to 50% of the enhanced value should planning consent be granted for additional dwellings within the curtilage of the property. The uplift will also apply if the property is used to access any adjoin land for development purposes.
Gas central heating, mains electricity, water and drainage.
The council tax banding is E.
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill,Westward Road, Stroud, Gloucestershire GL5 4UB Tel: 01453 766321