Offers over £325,000
Offered CHAIN FREE - An immaculately presented semi-detached home with breath-taking, southerly facing views to the front and endless countryside walks on the doorstep
The light and bright accommodation is well balanced and arranged over two floors. A good-size entrance porch provides access to the kitchen/dining room which has been well designed and offers ample storage, with a separate utility room and WC off. The dining space itself faces south and has the benefit of French doors from which to take in the landscape. The 17’10” sitting room extends the full depth of the ground floor with glorious views to the front and French doors to the rear. Newly laid parquet flooring and an attractive wood burning stove complete
this lovely room. On the first floor there is a generous landing with natural light which serves the three bedrooms and a beautifully presented bathroom which boasts a dual control rain shower system.
Outside the property has front and rear gardens and ample parking. The front of the property has an enclosed garden which is laid to lawn with a gravelled patio space and parking. The rear garden has been extensively landscaped incorporating a sundial theme with timber beds and attractive reclaimed brick walling, it also offers a good-size patio with pagoda over. To the side of the property there is gated access to a further gravelled area which can be utilised as either garden or additional parking.
Uley boasts a well regarded primary school, community run village shop with post office, dispensing doctors surgery, local Public House and the Prema Art Centre which is a fantastic venue for local events and also home to the popular Vestry Cafe. The market town of Dursley just two miles away is located on the Cotswold Way making it popular with walkers, and offers an array of convenient shops, supermarkets, restaurants and cafes along with ‘The Pulse’ a popular sports facility, a library, bus station and the famous Old Spot Public House. Nailsworth town lies
within five miles and is a popular shopping destination benefiting from a comprehensive selection of specialty shops and a good selection of well regarded restaurants and cafes. Cam and Dursley train station about three miles from Uley provides commuter links to Bristol. Junctions of the M4 and M5 motorways are within access.
This property is subject to a Section 157 of the Housing Act 1985. The criteria are: 1. Having lived or worked in Gloucestershire or an adjoining AONB or National Park for the three years up to the application for consent or 2. Having previously lived in Gloucestershire for at least three years or; 3. Being a member of the armed forces and having previously lived in Gloucestershire for at least two years.
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