Well presented three bedroom family home in a quiet cul de sac location on the outskirts of the sought after town of Berkeley.
Enter through the front door to a spacious hallway with doors leading to lounge and kitchen.
The kitchen has a good range of wall and base units with gas hob and electric oven and door leading to rear enclosed courtyard. The spacious lounge with newly fitted carpet, front facing UPVC double glazed window and feature fire place. Stairs lead to utility room with plumbing for washing machine. Further stairs lead to the first floor with three double bedrooms. The master bedroom has an ensuite shower room with shower cubicle, hand wash basin and low level WC. The family bathroom has bath with shower over, hand wash basin and low level toilet.
Outside the property is ample parking for three vehicles.
Available early December Move in time for Christmas - Pets welcome!
Berkeley is a small town located between Bristol and Gloucester, in the English county of Gloucestershire on the edge of the Cotswolds. The historical town has existed in the Vale of Berkeley for over 9 centuries, as long as its main tourist attraction, Berkeley Castle.
The town is located two miles West, off the busy Gloucester/Bristol trunk road (A38), and sits at the head of the Berkeley Vale, some of Gloucestershire's most beautiful countryside. Berkeley is rich in all sorts of history, and well known for its people, events and science.
Berkeley Castle is the most famous landmark in the area and suffice to say, the town's history begins there and moves through almost every building around the town centre.
The rest of the town is an interesting mix of the historical and contemporary, with traditional accommodation, sitting alongside modern shops and contemporary hotels. There are good road links, and a proximity to Bristol International Airport, which mean that the town of Berkeley is very accessible.
Nearest mainline railway stations are at Bristol and Gloucester.
Available early December