Attractive stone built former weavers cottage
dating back to the mid1800's.
Many character features - living room - kitchen opening into dining area - bathroom - good sized first floor bedroom - large attic bedroom - good sized garden - must be seen - energy rating DDirectionsFrom Dursley town centre proceed out of town in an easterly direction on the A4135 and continue to the mini-roundabout, proceed straight across and continue out of town for approximately half a mile passing a green space on the left hand side and the property will be found after a further 150 metres on the left hand side.Description103 Woodmancote is an attractive stone former weavers cottage, which was constructed in the mid 1800's and provides characterful accommodation. The property has a spacious living room with fireplace (not currently in use), good sized kitchen opening into dining area with french doors leading onto the garden. There is a ground floor bathroom and on the first floor the landing has stripped wood floor which in turn leads to the second bedroom which again has stripped wood flooring. On the second floor there is a most attractive attic bedroom with vaulted ceiling, exposed beams and double glazed dormer window with views. The gardens are a particular feature of the property and the front garden is laid to lawn and enclosed by stone walling. The rear garden is of an extremely good length with a paved patio area, substantially laid to lawn with a partly uncultivated area and store/workshop. There is a pedestrian pathway to the adjoining cottages across the rear and the property must be seen to be fully appreciated.SituationThe property is situated on the edge of Dursley town overlooking the wooded slopes of Stinchcombe Hill, which is an area designated as one of outstanding natural beauty. The town is approximately one mile distant and offers a range of facilities including Sainsbury's supermarket, a good range of local retailers, along with swimming pool, sports hall and 18 hole golf course. Cam and Dursley have a choice of four primary schools and secondary schooling can be found at Rednock Comprehensive School. Commuting to the larger centres of Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham is made easily accessible via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. Cam has a 'Park and Ride' railway station with onward connections to the national rail network.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).Living Room (4.96m x 4.01m (16'3" x 13'2"))Having an attractive brick and stonework fireplace with exposed stone chimney breast (not currently in use), door with stairs to first floor, double glazed window to front and two radiators.Kitchen (3.66m x 2.98m (12'0" x 9'9"))Having a range of wood fronted wall and base units, four ring gas hob, cooker hood, built in double oven, plumbing for automatic washing machine, stainless steel one and half bowl sink unit, plumbing for automatic dishwasher, roof light, wall mounted combination boiler supplying radiator central heating and domestic hot water opening to:Dining Area (3.39m x 1.99m (11'1" x 6'6"))Having double glazed french doors to rear and two radiators.BathroomHaving low level suite comprising vanity wash hand basin, low level wc, panelled bath with mixer shower, radiator/towel rail and double glazed window.On The First FloorLandingHaving stripped wood floor, radiator and stairs to second floor.Bedroom Two (3.78m x 2.7m (12'5" x 8'10"))Having double glazed window to front with view, radiator, attractive period fireplace with cast iron insert and strip wood flooring.On The Second FloorAttic Bedroom (4.97m max x 3.64m widening to 4.02m (16'4" max x 11'11" widening to 13'2"))Attractive timber A frame and vaulted ceiling, strip wood flooring, fireplace with cast iron insert and view across roof tops towards the wooded slopes of Stinchcombe Hill.ExternallyTo the front of the property the garden is enclosed by walling and laid to lawn with a pathway leading to the front door. The rear garden is enclosed and comprises paved patio area and is of an extremely good length and substantially laid to lawn with a partly uncultivated area and garden shed.Agents NoteAll mains services are understood to be connected.
Gas fired radiator central heating.
There is a pedestrian pathway to the adjoining properties across the rear.
Council Tax Band: 'C' (1,737.67 payable)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.MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967. Messrs. Bennett Jones for themselves and for the Vendors of this property whose agents they are, give notice that: All statements contained in their particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of the Agents or Vendors. None of the statements contained in their particulars as to this property is to be relied on as a statement or representation of fact. Any intending purchasers must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the statements contained in these particulars. The Vendors do not make or give and neither the Agents nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.