High Street, Drybrook
£300,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Steve Gooch Estate Agents are delighted to offer for sale this EXTENDED THREE BEDROOM SEMI DETACHED 1930'S PERIOD PROPERTY comprising of ENTRANCE PORCH, HALLWAY, LOUNGE, OFFICE, KITCHEN/DINING ROOM to the ground floor with TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS, BEDROOM THREE and FAMILY BATHROOM to the first floor.

The property is accessed via an obscure double glazed door leading into the:

ENTRANCE PROCH

Original feature brick arch with a double glazed door inset, lighting, gas-fired central heating and domestic hot water boiler and quarry tiled floor. The original front door of timber construction with obscure glazed window to top, two timber panels to side and obscure glazed panels above gives access to:

ENTRANCE HALL

Stairs leading to the first floor, door to understairs storage cupboard housing the electrics for the property and small side aspect obscure window, high handled panel door giving access into side hall, ceiling light, central heating thermostat controls, power points, single radiator, telephone point, dado rail and original woodblock flooring. Original high handled panel doors gives access to the:

LOUNGE

4.70m into the bay window x 3.66m (15'5 into the

Feature fireplace of brick construction with stone lintel and stone hearth, alcoves to either side, ceiling light with ceiling rose, coving, wall light points, power points and double radiator. Front aspect upvc bay window overlooking the front garden, parking and turning area.

OFFICE/STUDY

3.25m x 2.54m (10'08 x 8'04)

Formerly the original kitchen with lovely feature fireplace with cast stove, hotplate and mantle over, alcoves to either side, double radiator, ceiling light, power points, tiled floor and upvc double glazed window overlooking the rear garden.

KITCHEN/DINING ROOM

6.07m x 3.63m narrowing to 2.92m (19'11 x 11'11 na

One and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over, rolled edge worktops, range of wall and base mounted units, brushed stainless steel filter hood, original feature fireplace opening of brick contraction with alcoves to either side, tiled surrounds, continuation of the original wood block flooring, ceiling rose, coving, directional ceiling spots, dimmer switch.

Opening into the dining area which is a single storey extension with velux style roof light, power points, single radiator, wood laminate flooring, two rear aspect upvc double glazed windows, side aspect uvpc double glazed window and door opening onto the garden with views overlooking the garden.

From the entrance hall, stairs lead to the first floor:

LANDING

Ceiling light, access to roof space, ventilation system, picture rail, dado rail, power point, single radiator, side aspect upvc double glazed window with views overlooking fields and countryside. High handled panel doors give access to:

BEDROOM ONE

3.66m x 3.66m (12'00 x 12'00)

Ceiling light, coving, picture rail, chimney breast, alcoves to either side, range of built-in bedroom furniture to include two single wardrobes, above-bed storage cupboards, two bedside cabinets, double radiator, power points, rear aspect upvc double glazed window with views over fields and countryside towards forest, woodland and Harrow Hill in the distance.

BEDROOM TWO

4.85m into the bay window x 3.28m (15'11 into the

Chimney breast, alcoves to either side with built-in double and triple wardrobes, all accessed via wooden louvre doors with a mixture of hanging and shelving space, ceiling light with ceiling fan, coving, picture rail, single radiator, power points, front aspect double glazed bay window overlooking the front garden, parking and turning area with views towards forest and woodland in the distance.

BEDROOM THREE

2.51m x 2.41m (8'03 x 7'11)

Ceiling light, power point ,wall mounted heated towel radiator, front aspect upvc double glazed window overlooking the front garden, parking and turning area.

FAMILY BATHROOM

3.68m x 2.57m (12'01 x 8'05)

White suite with close coupled w.c, vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap over and cupboard beneath, large double shower cubicle with mains-fed shower fitted and tiled surround, half tiled walls, chrome heated towel radiator, ceiling light, coving, extractor fan, pair of louvre doors giving access to the large airing cupboard with slatted shelving space and radiator, rear aspect obscure double glazed window.

From the entrance hall, high handled panel door with obscure glazed panel to top gives access to:

SIDE PORCH/ HALL

7.39m x 1.32m (24'03 x 4'04)

Upvc and polycarbonate roof, lighting, power point, tiled flooring, upvc double glazed doors to either end, access into the:

GARAGE

4.75m x 3.00m (15'07 x 9'10)

Power, lighting, personal window to side, left-side roller door. Door giving access into:

UTILITY

3.30m x 2.18m (10'10 x 7'02)

Ceiling lights, base mounted unit, long worktop, power point, plumbing for automatic washing machine, tiled floor, wall mounted electric heater, side aspect steel window opening into the side porch, upvc double glazed window opening onto the back garden.

OUTSIDE

The front of the property is accessed via a long tarmac and concrete driveway suitable for parking multiple vehicles, partially enclosed by fencing, walling and hedging surround.

To the right hand side of the driveway is a large lawned area with small shrubs and bushes, access to the garage, gated access to the left-hand side of the garage with leading to the rear garden, all enclosed by fencing surround.

To the rear of the property is lovely flagstone patio leading from the dining area, steps proceed up to a lawned area which wraps around to the rear and side of the property, outside tap, further raised patio to the side of the garage and utility, all enclosed by fencing and hedging surround with views towards fields and countryside in the distance.

SERVICES

Mains water and drainage, mains electricity and gas

WATER RATES

Severn Trent Water Authority- TBC

DIRECTIONS

From the Mitcheldean office, turn left up the Stenders Road, proceed over the hill and down into the village of Drybrook. Continue past the Rugby Club on the left hand side, proceeding down the hill towards the crossroads, where the property can be found on the left hand side before reaching the Squirrels.

LOCAL AUTHORITY

Council Tax Band: C

Forest of Dean District Council, Council Offices, High Street, Coleford, Glos. GL16 8HG.

TENURE

The property is advise as Freehold.

PROPERTY SURVEYS

Qualified Chartered Surveyors (with over 20 years experience) available to undertake surveys (to include Mortgage Surveys/RICS Housebuyers Reports/Full Structural Surveys).

01594 368011

Steve Gooch - Mitcheldean

The Cross, Mitcheldean, Gloucestershire, GL17 0BP

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