Berkeley Road, Berkeley GL13

Guide price

Bedrooms: 2
Attractive two bedroom grade two listed cottage with many character features, entrance hall, living room with open fire, kitchen with built in appliances and large dining /garden room at the rear, two double bedrooms, bathroom, good sized gardens to side and rear, lpg central heating, private drainage (septic tank)

EPC Exempt

SituationThe property is situated in an ideal location adjoining the A38 just north of Berkeley and is conveniently located for the centres of Berkeley, Dursley and Cam. Cam has a Tesco supermarket along with primary schooling and Dursley town centre which is approximately two miles away and offers a wider range of shopping facilities, along with secondary schooling. The historic town of Berkeley has an attractive range of local retailers and is well known for Berkeley Castle and the Edward Jenner Museum. The property is well located for M5/M4 motorway network being between Junctions 13 and 14 of the M5. Visitors to the area will be attracted by the nearby Cotswold Way, Berkeley Castle and the Wildfowl and Wetlands Trust in nearby Slimbridge village.

DirectionsFrom Dursley town centre proceed out of the town in a north westerly direction on the A4135, proceeding straight across at the first roundabout. At the second roundabout take the first exit signposted Berkeley and continue for approximately one mile to the junction with the A38. Turn left on to the A38 and then take an immediate right turn before crossing the railway bridge and opposite the Prince of Wales hotel. The property can be found on the right hand side after approximately 50 metres.

Description2 Station Houses, given its name due to the proximity and connection to the nearby railway line, is a characterful semi-detached Grade II listed cottage in a unique and tucked away location. Many features of the property remain including original open fireplaces, restored wooden floors, attractive red brick exterior with stone quoins and Mullion windows. The property has was previously an investment property achieving £850 pcm in recent years but could achieve in excess of £1,000 pcm currently. The property briefly comprises; entrance hallway with storage cupboard and access to good size basement, living room with open fireplace, kitchen and rear dining/garden room. On the first floor, there are two double bedrooms, each with storage cupboards and family bathroom. Externally, the corner plot garden is a good size with a variety of patios, laid to lawn gardens and private spaces to enjoy. There are three wooden sheds, brick built wood and separate storage sheds. The property benefits from extensive wooden double glazing and is lpg gas central heating. The cottage benefits from no onward chain and must be seen to be fully appreciated.

The Accommodation(Please note that our room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest one hundredth of a metre on a wall to wall basis. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets) is only intended as an approximate guide).

Large Canopy Porch Entrance HallWooden front door, wooden flooring, storage cupboard with single glazed window to front and access to basement, thermostat.

Living Room (3.75m (max) x 3.72 (12'3" (max) x 12'2"))Wooden flooring, wooden double glazed windows to front, radiator, and open fireplace.

Kitchen (4.96 x 2.73 (16'3" x 8'11"))Fitted kitchen with a range of fitted wall and base units with space for gas range oven with hood over, space for American fridge freezer, stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine, radiator, wooden double glazed windows to side.

Dining Room/Garden Room. (3.87 x 3.25 (12'8" x 10'7"))Tiled flooring, double glazed surround with windows and French doors to garden, radiator, vaulted ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights.

On The First Floor

LandingRadiator and access to loft space.

Bedroom One (4.90 x 3.73 (16'0" x 12'2"))Built in wardrobe/airing cupboard with gas boiler, wooden flooring, dual aspect wooden double glazed windows to side and front, open fireplace with cast iron grate.

Bedroom Two (2.88 x 2.80 (9'5" x 9'2"))Built in wardrobe, wooden flooring, wooden double glazed window to rear and radiator.

BathroomSuite comprising of WC, wall mounted wash basin, bath with rainfall mixer shower, wooden double glazed window, heated towel rail and tiled flooring.

ExternallyThe garden is a particular feature of the property which spans extensively to the side and to the rear. The property is accessed via wrought iron fence and gate with concrete path leading to front door and rear. There is a stone gravel and flagstone patio area with brick built wood store and further storage cupboard. Steps lead to the extensively laid to lawn garden which benefits from flowers, shrubs, trees, three wooden storage sheds, underground lpg tank. The rear garden benefits from a good deal of privacy and is fully enclosed by wood panel fencing.

Agents Note OneTenure: Freehold.

Mains electricity and water are believed to be connected.

Private drainage (septic tank) which is shared with the attached neighbour.

Lpg Gas central heating.

Potential buyers need to be aware that the railway and A38 main road are nearby to the premises

Agents Note TwoThe property is Grade II listed.

Council Tax Band: C (£1,785.69 payable).

Financial ServicesWe may offer prospective purchasers' financial advice in order to assist the progress of the sale. Bennett Jones Partnership introduces only to Kingsbridge Independent Mortgage Advice and if so, may be paid an introductory commission which averages £128.00.

ViewingBy appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
01453 299924

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