This lovely property presents a great opportunity to embrace character living in a semi-rural setting, with far reaching country views, convenient for the historic country town of Berkeley. It enjoys an elevated setting and a generous south-facing rear garden, with off-street parking and a single garage as well. If you are green-fingered there are productive beds and a green-house - perfect if you are looking to 'grow your own'! Stepping in through the front porch we discover a period home with character! The fitted kitchen/dining room runs across the front, complemented by an exposed brick hearth and a wood-burning stove, with plenty of space for a dining table and chairs. There is a generous dual-aspect lounge with French doors to the garden, a utility room and a cloakroom too. Moving upstairs we find a generous landing with three double bedrooms and a family bathroom with a shower over the bath. The master bedroom also has an en-suite shower room and some impressive built-in wardrobes. Not to forget other 'mod-cons' such as UPvc double-glazing (green on the outside and white on the inside) and gas central heating. Quite special!
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 from the High Street, past the brick cottage that Jenner gave to James Phipps, who as a boy was the first person to receive inoculation. A thriving small rural town, Berkeley has a variety of shops, building society, hotel, public houses and a primary school.
Accommodation & Services
Attached Period House - Far-Reaching Views - Generous Corner Plot - South-Facing Back Garden With Patio, Lawn And Productive Beds (Front And Rear) - Off- Street Parking - Garage - Convenient Berkeley Shops And Amenities, A38 - Entrance Porch - Lovely Kitchen/Dining Room With Exposed Brickwork And Wood-Burning Stove - Dual-Aspect Lounge With Feature Fireplace (Non-Functional) And French Doors To Garden - Hallway - Cloakroom - Utility Room - Landing - Three Generous Bedrooms - En-Suite Shower Room And Built-in Wardrobes - Family Bathroom - Upvc Double-Glazing - Gas Central Heating
Local Authority & Council Tax
Stroud District Council, Ebley Mill, Stroud, Gloucestershire, GL5 4UB. Tel: 01453 766321 - www.stroud.gov.uk. Council Tax Band C. This is a freehold property
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