Betworthy, Coaley, Dursley GL11

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Bedrooms: 3
Three bedroom semi-detached house situated on a good sized plot, in need of some modernising and with no onward chain, central village location, views across open fields, entrance hall, lounge, large kitchen/diner with views overlooking rear garden, three first floor bedrooms, family bathroom, ample off-road parking, good size rear garden with open aspect, large front garden, oil central heating, extensive double glazing, energy rating: D

SituationBetworthy is situated in the centre of the popular village of Coaley. The village has its own community shop, village hall, church and primary school and also the very popular traditional pub The Old Fox which is situated in the heart of the village. Within a few minutes drive can be found the village of Cam which has a Tesco supermarket along with a range of local retailers. The adjoining town of Dursley has a wider range of facilities including Sainsbury's supermarket and secondary schooling. Coaley is well located for access to the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network bringing the larger centres of Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham within easy commuting distance. Within a few minutes drive there is a 'Park and Ride' railway station in Box Road with onward connections to the national rail network. The village is surrounded by open countryside and is at the base of the Cotswold escarpment which provides a range of country walks and bridleways.

DescriptionThe property is a former local authority house, constructed with brick and tiled elevation. The property is situated at the head of the cul de sac with delightful views to the rear over open fields. There is ample parking to the front and large lawn area. The driveway leads to a detached garage and enclosed flat rear garden. The property has three bedrooms, family bathroom, and good sized lounge with separate kitchen/diner. The property as a whole does require some modernising and is being sold with no onward chain.

DirectionsFrom Dursley town centre proceed out of town in a north westerly direction on the A4135 for two miles into the village of Cam. At the roundabout with Tesco opposite, take the first exit into Cam High Street and continue on the A4135 for approximately three quarters of a mile, turning right just after the Shell Petrol Station into Box Road, signposted 'Park and Ride Railway Station'. Follow this road for approximately two miles into the village of Coaley, passing the church on the left hand side, and continue for a further 80 metres turning right into The Close, proceed for approximately 100 metres, taking the first exit on the right into Betworthy then taking the next left and number 14 can be found on the right hand side.

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).

Entrance HallwayUpvc front door with side screen, radiator and under stairs cupboard

Lounge (4.40m x 3.33m (14'5" x 10'11"))Having double glazed window to front, radiator, brick fireplace with hearth.

Kitchen/Diner (6.66m x 3.05m maximum (21'10" x 10'0" maximum))Having dual aspect windows to rear and side and door leading to garden. Wall and base units with worktop over, stainless steel sink and drainer, space for fridge freezer and free standing cooker, plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, radiator and cupboard.

On The First Floor

LandingDouble glazed window to side, loft access.

Bedroom One (3.43m x 3.27m (11'3" x 10'8"))Radiator, built in wardrobe, double glazed window to front offering views over open grass area and beyond.

Bedroom Two (4.50m into recess x 3.12m maximum (14'9" into rece)Having radiator and double glazed window to rear offering views across the countryside.

Bedroom Three (2.21m x 2.97m maximum (7'3" x 9'8" maximum))Double glazed window to front and radiator.

BathroomWhite suite comprising: Bath with shower tap over, pedestal wash basin, WC, ladder radiator and double glazed window to rear.

ExternallyTo the front of the property there is a concrete driveway offering ample off street parking alongside a large lawned area. The driveway leads at the side of the property leads to a detached garage and to the rear of the garden where a flat lawned area can be found bounded by shrubs and bushes and having tranquil views across open fields.

Agents NotesTenure: Freehold.

All mains electricity, water and drainage are believed to be connected.

Oil central heating.

Council Tax Band 'B' (£1,548.41 payable)

The property is ex local authority.

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.
01453 299924

Bennett Jones Partnership

31 Parsonage Street, Dursley, Gloucestershire, GL11 4AA

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