3.65m average x 3.80m (12'0" average x 12'6")
Fireplace housing electric heater (also with mains gas connection) with tiled hearth and fitted shelves to recess, oak flooring, cupboards and shelving unit housing gas meter and electricity consumer unit, radiator, built-in under-stairs cupboard. Part glazed door and internal window into:
With radiator, wood flooring, archway to family room and two steps up to dining room, further part glazed door to kitchen.
2.66m x 2.38m (8'9" x 7'10")
With wood flooring, radiator, exposed beams and dado rail, internal window into kitchen.
2.36m x 2.74m (7'9" x 9'0")
Feature ornamental fireplace, exposed timbered ceiling with beams, sash window to rear.
4.20m x 3.56m (13'9" x 11'8")
A spacious re-fitted kitchen having a "well with viewing window and lighting" that makes an interesting and unusual feature. The kitchen is fitted to a high standard with light grey woodgrain effect "Wren Milano" base and wall cupboards and displays that incorporate an AEG multi-function oven with warming tray, AEG steam oven with warming tray and AEG induction hob with built-in extractor, built-in wine cooler, built-in dishwasher and built-in fridge and freezer. Stainless steel sink drainer with mixer tap and pull out spray set into solid Zenith laminate slate effect worktops, further complimentary grey wood effect laminate worktops with splash-back tiling, built-in larder cupboard and further fitted cupboard, radiator. Hardwood double glazed windows to two aspects over the garden and roof-light window, ceramic tiled floor. A particularly interesting feature of the kitchen is the floor "well" with reinforced glass viewing window and lighting along with a vaulted timbered ceiling with spotlights. Door from the kitchen to:
2.24m x 1.63m (7'4" x 5'4")
With plumbing for washing machine, worktops to match the kitchen and tiled floor, part glazed door with window to rear garden, trap door to cellar and door to:
Low level WC, wash basin with stone surround and splash-back tiling, space for tumble dryer and double glazed obscure window.
3.64m max x 2.05m (11'11" max x 6'9")
A good sized cellar with radiator, power points and exposed ceiling beams.
Fitted book-shelving, continuation of staircase to second floor. Doors to:
3.87m x 2.67m max (12'8" x 8'9" max)
Double glazed window to front aspect, built-in single wardrobe, radiator and exposed ceiling beam.
3.83m x 3.07 max into doorway (12'7" x 10'1" max into doorway)
Double glazed window to front aspect and internal window onto landing, radiator, fitted shelving and cupboard housing newly installed "Worcester" gas combination boiler.
3.93m x 2.33m (12'11" x 7'8")
An impressive, spacious bathroom having been re-fitted to a high standard with a wide shower enclosure with stone tray and mixer shower, low level WC, corner bath with mixer taps and shower attachment, twin bowl sink with natural stone surround, fitted illuminated mirror and cupboard beneath. Traditional style towel radiator, tiled floor and walls, exposed ceiling beam, extractor fan, fitted storage cupboard and double glazed obscure window to rear.
Loft hatch to roof space, fitted book-shelving. Doors to:
3.87m x 3.66m max (12'8" x 12'0" max)
Double glazed window to front aspect, exposed wall and ceiling beams, fitted single wardrobe, radiator and loft hatch.
3.89m x 2.22m (12'9" x 7'3")
Double glazed window to front aspect, exposed ceiling beams, fitted single wardrobe, loft hatch.
The main entrance to the property is at the front of the property of Old Gloucester Road. A lane to the rear of the property enables vehicular and pedestrian access to the garage at the rear of the garden. The rear garden is a good size for a central town property, being initially laid to patio with lighting and a power point, beyond the patio there is a level lawn with shrub beds and a shed to one corner, secured with wood panelled fencing. The shed is approximately 3.67m x 2.32m and has power and lighting. To one side of the shed, steps lead down to the garage.
4.73m x 3.01m extending to 5.20m (15'6" x 9'11" ex tending to 17'1")
With a roller door and personal door out to the rear access lane, power point and lighting.
From our office in Gloucester Road, proceed on foot heading out of the town centre taking the first turning right onto Chase Road. Turn first right into Old Gloucester Road and the property will be found up the road on the right hand side as indicated by our for sale board. An access lane runs behind the property to allow vehicular and pedestrian access to the rear of the property where the garage is situated.
Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the property. BT landline connected (subject to BT regulations). Broadband is available in the area.
Herefordshire Council - 01432 260000. Council Tax Band "C". Amount payable 2019/2020 £1728.33
The floor plans within this brochure are a sketch for illustrative purposes and are intended as an approximate guide only. They should not be relied on as being accurate, to scale or as a representation of fact.
We are informed by the seller that the tenure is FREEHOLD with a FLYING FREEHOLD. Any interested parties should ensure verification by their solicitor.