Attractive semi-detached house, head of cul-de-sac, close to centre of popular Cotswold village, set in good sized garden, overlooking Uley Bury to the rear.
Entrance hall, living room, kitchen/dining room, utility area, three first floor bedrooms, shower room, gas central heating, extensive double glazing, off road parking.
Energy Rating C
If travelling from Dursley town centre proceed out of town in an easterly direction on the B4066 into the village of Uley. On entering the village with the bus shelter and telephone box on your right hand side, continue for approximately quarter of a mile and take the second turning on the left into Raglan Way and the road bears round to the right and continue for a further 150 metres and the property will be found at the head of the cul-de-sac on the left hand side.
This attractive semi-detached house is situated within a few minutes walk of the popular Cotswold village centre of Uley, which is on the lower slopes of the Cotswold escarpment. The area is designated as one of Outstanding Natural Beauty and there are an array of country walks. The village facilities include post office/store, village hall, church, primary school, village pub, Prema Arts Centre and café along with Millennium Field. A wider range of shopping facilities can be found in Dursley and Stroud town centres along with secondary schooling. Uley is well placed for commuting throughout the South West including the larger centres of Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. There are main line railway stations at Stroud and Stonehouse.
This former local authority semi-detached house was constructed in the 1950's and has been in private ownership for a number of years. The property is on a much larger than average plot with large rear garden, which backs onto fields and Uley Bury beyond providing outstanding views. The attractive front garden is laid to lawn and has vehicular access and parking. The property is well presented and is accessed via entrance hall leading to living room. There is a kitchen/dining room and utility room along with side porch. On the first floor can be found three bedrooms, two double and one single along with a shower room. There is ample room for extension, subject to the necessary consents. The property has a restrictive covenant, which states that the property should be sold to someone who has lived or worked in Gloucestershire or a national park for three years prior to the application. The covenant is to protect properties situated in Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
(Please note that our room sizes are quoted in metres s 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 double glazed front door and stairs to first floor.
5.26m x 3.04m (17'3" x 10'0") - Having double glazed french doors to rear, double glazed window to front, radiator, tiled fireplace and gas fire.
5.24m x 2.68m narrowing to 2.05m (17'2" x 8'10" narrowing to 6'9") - Having a range of wall and base units, double glazed window to rear, radiator, under stairs storage cupboard and door leading to:
3.05m x 1.59m (10'0" x 5'3") - With Worcester combination boiler.
Having built in cupboard.
Radiator and double glazed window.
3.75m x 3.01m (12'4" x 9'11") - Having radiator and double glazed window to front.
3.46m x 3.06m (11'4" x 10'0") - Having double glazed window to rear, radiator, over stairs storage cupboard and further built in linen cupboard with radiator.
2.85m x 2.13m (9'4" x 7'0") - Having double glazed window to side and radiator.
Having shower cubicle, wash hand basin, fully tiled wall and double glazed window.
Having wc and double glazed window.
To the front of the property a gravel driveway provides parking for one/two cars and the front garden is laid to lawn with flower borders, shrubs and Palm tree. A path leads to the front and side of the property to the extensive lawned garden, which is a good size with garden shed, tree and shrubs. The property overlooks fields and Uley Bury beyond and must be seen to be fully appreciated.
All mains services are connected.
Gas fired radiator central heating with combination boiler.
Council Tax Band: 'C' (£1,643.95 payable)
AONB Covenant: There is a restrictive covenant that has the following requirements for any purchaser:
(1) To have lived or worked in Gloucestershire or an adjoining AONB or a national park for three years prior to the application or
(2) To have previously lived in Gloucestershire for at least three years or
(3) To be a member of the armed forces having previously lived in Gloucestershire for at least two years.
Property is subject to probate which was applied for at the start of February 2021.
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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