Sold STC £459,950 - Freehold (to be confirmed)
South Gloucestershire, Chipping Sodbury

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A lovely family home which is within walking distance to everything Chipping Sodbury offers, from the shops in the High Street to the local schools and the open green space of nearby Sodbury Common. Detached and extended the property offers plenty for those looking to buy a family home. There is a driveway with excellent off street parking which has been extended, plus an integral single garage (coming from the kitchen area) with an electric door. Internally the accommodation comprises of a lounge/diner, kitchen with breakfast room - which has direct internal access to the garage, a conservatory and downstairs cloakroom. Upstairs has four bedrooms, a modern bathroom and an additional shower room which could easily be made into an ensuite. Outside the rear garden has been well tended over the years and has side access leading to the front. In short, a popular choice of family home in a favourable location with NO ONWARD CHAIN! (EPD-D)

Accommodation & Services

Extended Family Home - Detached - Small, Popular Cul-de-Sac in Central Location - Close To The Open Green Space of Sodbury Common - Entrance Hall - Downstairs Cloakroom - Lounge/Diner - Kitchen Leading to Breakfast Room - Conservatory - Four Good Size Bedrooms - Modern Bathroom - Additional Shower Room - Enclosed Rear Garden - Integral Garage With Electric Door - Double Glazed - Gas Central Heating (Boiler replaced circa 2018) - Additional Driveway Parking - No Onward Chain!

Additional Information

South Gloucestershire Council - Council Tax Band D

Area Description

The historic market town of Chipping Sodbury sits just below the Cotswold Escarpment and has excellent road links to the A46, the M4 (Junction 18 is approx. 4.9 miles away) Bristol and Bath. The nearby Yate train station (approx. 1.9 miles away) also provides good transport links for commuters to Bristol. The historic High Street dates back to the 12th Century and offers a wide and eclectic range of shops and established businesses which support the town and attract visitors. There is a selection of both Primary and Secondary Schooling in the area of good reputation plus Chipping Sodbury offers many nearby country walks (the Frome Valley Walkway and the Cotswold Way), a lovely common, golf course, cricket, rugby, football and tennis clubs. The centrally located Waitrose store has excellent parking and a cafeteria.


Follow the High Street in the direction of Old Sodbury and at the big roundabout turn left onto St Johns Way. Jenner Close is the second cul-de-sac on the right hand side.


Milburys Estate Agents Ltd, their clients and any joint agents give notice that they have not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings, heating systems, drains or services and so cannot verify they are in working order or fit for their purpose. Interested parties are advised to obtain verification from their surveyor or relevant contractor. Statements pertaining to tenure are also given in good faith and should be verified by your legal representative. Digital images may, on occasion, include the use of a wide angle lens. Please ask if you have any queries about any of the images shown, prior to viewing. Where provided, floor plans are shown purely as an indication of layout. They are not scale drawings and should not be treated as such.

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