For Sale £259,950 - Freehold
Lantern Close, Berkeley, Gloucestershire

Floorplans For Lantern Close, Berkeley, Gloucestershire
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Description

Calling all first time buyers and investors! This modern end-terrace property is situated in a popular cul-de-sac in the country town of Berkeley within an easy walk to the local amenities on the High Street. Step inside the front door and the practical hallway leads onto a spacious lounge/diner across the back of the property with feature fireplace and over looking the enclosed rear garden with side access. The smart fitted kitchen includes integrated appliances. On the first floor you will find two bedrooms; one double and one single along with a family bathroom. Benefits include UPVC double-glazing, gas central heating and a single garage situated in the block across the road. Speak to us today to arrange a viewing!


Accommodation & Services

Calling all first time buyers and investors! This modern end-terrace property is situated in a popular cul-de-sac in the country town of Berkeley within an easy walk to the local amenities on the High Street. Step inside the front door and the practical hallway leads onto a spacious lounge/diner across the back of the property with feature fireplace and over looking the enclosed rear garden with side access. The smart fitted kitchen includes integrated appliances. On the first floor you will find two bedrooms; one double and one single along with a family bathroom. Benefits include UPVC double-glazing, gas central heating and a single garage situated in the block across the road. Speak to us today to arrange a viewing!


Directions

Travelling north from M5 junction 14 on the A38 take the turn-off signposted to Berkeley. Proceed into the town along Canonbury Street, bear left into Salter Street and then first left into Stock Lane, just before the Mariners Arms pub. Lantern Close is on the left and the property is on the left hand side.

Area Description

Berkeley is situated to the west of the M5 and the A38, to the north of Bristol and to the south of Gloucester and Cheltenham. Berkeley Castle has been home to the Berkeley family for some 900 years, a popular and very interesting historical attraction. The town was also the home of Edward Jenner, pioneer of the smallpox vaccine. The Jenner Museum is a short walk along the lane from the High Street, past the brick cottage that Jenner gave to James Phipps, who as a boy was the first person to receive the inoculation. A thriving small rural town, Berkeley has a variety of shops, a bank, building society, hotel and public houses, primary and secondary schooling.

Disclaimer

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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