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Spacious well presented period home close to village centre - character features - entrance hall - lounge opening to dining room - kitchen - rear hallway - bathroom - utility - three bedrooms - gas central heating - garden - parking - must be seen - energy rating: D
This good sized three bedroom terraced house is conveniently located in the centre of Newtown, which has a primary school and convenience store/post office. The nearby historic town of Berkeley, which is famous for its Castle and Jenner Museum, is within approximately two miles, the town offers a range of shopping facilities including convenience store, independent retailers and primary school.
From the A38 proceed towards Berkeley on the B4066 in a southerly direction and on approaching the roundabout take the second exit onto the bypass road and continue to the next roundabout taking the second exit and continue on this road for approximately three quarters of a mile turning right signposted Newtown and Sharpness. Proceed underneath the railway bridge and follow the road as it bears round to the right and after a short distance New Street and Lewisham Terrace will be found on the left hand side. Turn left and No. 4 can be found towards the head of the cul-de-sac on the right hand side.
4 Lewisham Terrace has been modernised over recent years and provides spacious family accommodation. It is accessed via entrance hall leading to living room, which in turn opens into the dining room, there is an attractive kitchen which leads to a rear hallway, which in turn gives access to the bathroom and to the side of the property there is a utility area. On the first floor there are three bedrooms. The property has rear vehicular access with an attractive courtyard style garden. The property must be seen to be fully appreciated and we suggest viewing at your earliest opportunity.
(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).
Having a part glazed front door, radiator and stairs to first floor.
7.15m narrowing to 6.5m x 2.68m narr to 3.21m (23'5" narrowing to 21'4" x 8'10" narr to 10'6") - Having double glazed bay window to front, wooden fire surround with cast iron insert, radiator and opening to:
Double glazed window to rear, attractive period style wooden fire surround with integrated mirror over and cast iron insert, under stairs storage cupboard.
2.32m x 2.19m (7'7" x 7'2") - Having a range of units with wooden work surfaces over incorporating inset stainless steel single drainer sink unit, gas cooker point with stainless steel cooker hood over.
With double glazed door to utility, airing cupboard housing gas combination boiler supplying radiator central heating and domestic hot water.
Having low level suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc, panelled bath with mixer shower taps over, double glazed window and extractor fan.
4.86m x 1.55m (15'11" x 5'1") - Having wooden door to rear, wooden work surface, plumbing for automatic dishwasher and washing machine, tiled floor.
Giving access to:
4.05m narrowing to 3.69m x 3.12m (13'3" narrowing to 12'1" x 10'3") - Having double glazed window to front, ornamental cast iron fireplace and radiator.
3.28m x 2.22m widening to 2.56m (10'9" x 7'3" widening to 8'5") - Having double glazed window to rear and radiator.
2.18m x 2.09m widening to 2.33m (7'2" x 6'10" widening to 7'8") - Having double glazed window to rear and radiator.
To the rear of the property there is an enclosed garden, which is low maintenance courtyard style with gravelled area, GARDEN SHED, paved patio and access to enclosed parking area with double gates.
All mains services are understood to be connected.
Gas fired radiator central heating.
Council Tax Band: 'B' (£1,484.10 payable)
We understand there is a Right of Way which runs directly behind the property, which used to access a well and is no longer in existence. Each property has enclosed this with fencing as the property now has rear access on Jubilee Way.
We 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.
By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
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