High Street, Berkeley GL13

£365,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Beautifully converted and immaculately presented character house

Within close proximity of Berkeley town centre

Converted double fronted shop - modern fitted kitchen - two further large reception rooms - three double bedrooms - master with en-suite bathroom - two cloakrooms - family bathroom/fourth wc - courtyard garden - garage with workshop and attic/storage space - planning permission granted for conversion of attached outbuilding to annexe - energy rating D

SituationThis property occupies a prominent and sought after location within the historic town centre of Berkeley. The town has a range of shops along with primary school and doctors surgery. The property is close to The Castle and Jenner Museum. Berkeley is well placed for travelling throughout the South West via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network bringing the larger centres of Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham within easy commuting distance. The nearby village of Cam has a 'Park and Ride' railway station with onward connections to the national rail network.

DirectionsIf travelling from the M5 or A38 follow the signs for Berkeley on the B4066 for approximately half a mile to the roundabout, continue straight across passing The Castle on the left hand side. Upon entering the town take the first turning on the left prior to the central reservation onto High Street and the property will be located 50 metres on the left hand side.

DescriptionThis former double fronted shop was converted approximately four years ago into this spacious and modernised house close to the town centre and benefits from large garage to the rear. The property retains many character features and has been tastefully modernised offering a modern fitted kitchen, new bathroom suites, extensive double glazing, gas central heating and the addition of a Karndean flooring to many of the rooms. The main reception rooms benefit from wood burner and multi-fuel burner integrated into the attractive open brick fireplaces with the main reception room having tall ceiling and offering a good deal of natural light through the cleverly obscured double glazed former shop windows. The property briefly comprises entrance hall, dining room, kitchen with small utility area, separate living room, two cloakrooms. On the first floor there are three double bedrooms, master with en-suite and family bathroom. Externally, there is an enclosed courtyard garden leading to the large two storey garage/workshop, which the current owners received planning permission to convert to an annexe in June 2018. Properties in this location rarely become available and we recommend a viewing at your earliest opportunity.

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).

Recessed Entrance Porch Entrance HallwayWooden front door with single glazed panel, radiator, stairs to first floor, exposed stone wall.

CloakroomLow level wc and wall mounted wash hand basin.

Dining Room (4.34m nar to 4.04m x 4.70m into bay nar to 3.94m (14'3" nar to 13'3" x 15'5" into bay nar to 12'11"))Karndean flooring, radiator, brick fireplace with woodburner, double glazed bay window to courtyard.

Kitchen (3.14m x 2.31m narrowing to 2.83m (10'4" x 7'7" narrowing to 9'3"))Fitted kitchen with base and wall units and roll top laminated work surface over, integrated electric cooker with hob and extractor over, space for tall standing fridge/freezer, stainless steel sink and drainer, integrated dishwasher. Separate utility area with space and plumbing for washing machine, Worcester gas boiler, double glazed Velux window, inset ceiling spotlights, radiator, double glazed window to side, Karndean flooring and wooden door to courtyard.

Living Room (5.15m max narr to 4.15m x 5.73m widening to 5.95m (16'11" max narr to 13'7" x 18'10" widening to 19'6))Full length dual fronted single glazed window to front with obscured glass, tall ceiling with inset ceiling spotlights, two eco electric panel radiators, multi-fuel burner, exposed stone walls, two fitted storage units and double wooden doors leading to the High Street.

Cloakroom/Fourth WcLow level wc, wash hand basin with pedestal.

On The First Floor

LandingRadiator, inset ceiling spotlights, access to loft space, double glazed sash window to side.

Master Bedroom (4.38m narrowing to 4.17m x 4.0m (14'4" narrowing to 13'8" x 13'1"))Double glazed sash window to rear, feature fireplace, radiator.

En-Suite BathroomBath, vanity wash hand unit with cupboards under and wc with concealed cistern, two double glazed windows and double glazed Velux window, heated towel rail, inset ceiling spotlights.

Bedroom Two (4.36m narrowing to 4.12m x 4.05m (14'4" narrowing to 13'6" x 13'3"))Two double glazed sash windows to front and two radiators.

Bedroom Three (5.15m x 2.59m max narrowing to 2.36m (16'11" x 8'6" max narrowing to 7'9"))Double glazed sash window to front and double glazed window to rear, radiator, feature fireplace.

Shower RoomWith walk in shower cubicle with mixer shower, vanity wash hand unit with cupboards under and wc with concealed cistern, heated towel radiator, tiled floor and part tiled walls, small double glazed window to rear, inset ceiling spot lights.

ExternallyThere is a concrete patio area with steps leading to the courtyard garden, which has enclosed area for wood store leading to the garage, which is a good size and offers workshop space to side and double wooden door to front with further pedestrian wooden door. Stairs to top floor with good sized attic space.

Agents NoteAll mains services are believed to be connected.

Council Tax Band: 'E' (£2,297.93 payable)

Planning Permission for Annexe Ref: S.18/0373/hold

We understand that this property is within a Conservation Area.

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.

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