Attractive late Georgian town house, town centre location, in need of modernisation,
two attractive reception rooms, kitchen, ground floor bathroom, three bedrooms,
basement/cellar, virtual viewing available, listed building, EPC exempt
This attractive town house is within a few minutes walk of Dursley town centre with its range of facilities including: Sainsbury's supermarket and numerous independent retailers, and Rednock Comprehensive School. Between the property and the town centre can be found the doctors surgery, library and the popular Old Spot public house. The local landmark of Stinchcombe Hill forms the backdrop to the property and is close to the Cotswold Way. Stinchcombe Hill provides a range of country walks and is the home of a challenging 18 hole golf course. Dursley is well located for commuting to the larger centres throughout the south-west via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. The adjoining village of Cam has a Park and Ride railway station which has regular services to Gloucester and Bristol with onward connections to the National Rail network.
From Dursley town centre proceed through May Lane and turn left after the Lions Club and before the library, follow this track up and bear right along the back of the terraced properties, and number five can be found at the fourth property on the right.
This late Georgian Grade II listed town house offers fantastic development/modernisation opportunity. We understand that the house has been in the same family ownership for in excess of 100 years and is now in need of complete internal modernisation and updating, subject to listed building consent. The property has many character features including flag stone flooring in the dining room, period fireplace and part wood panelled walls to the lounge. The property briefly comprises: entrance hall, living room with bay window, kitchen, bathroom and cellar/basement. On the first floor there are two bedrooms and stairs leading to second floor. On the second floor there is a third master bedroom. Externally, there is a long cottage style front garden leading to pedestrian access to the front of the property. To the rear is a partially enclosed courtyard area with parking for one. This property is offered with no onward chain.
(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).
Canopy porch, wooden part glazed front door and stairs to first floor.
3.98m (2.97m) x 2.69m (13'1" ( 9'9" x 8'10") - Wooden single glazed sash bay window to the front of the property period style fireplace with tiled insert, part wood panelled walls and matching built in cupboard and exposed floor boards.
3.8m (4.3m max) x 3.38m (12'6" ( 14'1" max) x 11'1") - Flagstone flooring with period style fireplace and single glazed window to rear. Access to basement/cellar and leading to:
2.41m x 1.68m (7'11" x 5'6") - Enamel sink unit with draining board and work surfaces. Single glazed wooden window to the side and access to rear courtyard leading to:
Low level W.C with a wall mounted wash basin and bath. Frosted single glazed wooden framed window to side.
3.97m x 4.18m (13'0" x 13'9") - Wooden stairs, work bench and additional fireplace, light and power.
4.10m narrowing to 3.73m x 3.04m (13'5" narrowing to 12'3" x 10'0") - Two single glazed wooden sash windows to the front with walk-in under-stair storage cupboard.
4.21m x 2.62m (13'10" x 8'7") - One single glazed wooden window to rear.
Open to under eaves space.
4.07m x 4.14m (13'4" x 13'7") - One single glazed wooden sash window to the front with built in cupboard and access to loft.
To the front of the property there is a good size cottage style garden which has a winding gravel pathway to a front gate with shrubs and borders, patio and small pond. To the rear of the property is a brick paved courtyard area with parking for one vehicle and is partially enclosed by a wall,
Grade II Listed - EPC exempt.
Mains, electricity water, gas and drainage are believed to be connected.
The property is subject to probate - application made late April 2021.
Council Tax Band - B £1636.47 (payable).
The property is accessed via a private drive.
The property is need of updating and as such high mortgages may not be considered by some lenders.
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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