Offering this two bedroom detached bungalow to the market boasting picturesque views of Selsley Common and Doverow Hill. Well positioned in a popular cul-de-sac location, the property offers two sizeable bedrooms, spacious open plan living, kitchen and shower room. Externally, the property offers extensive gardens to the front, side and rear, as well as a garage and driveway. In need of some modernising, this bungalow is perfect for someone looking to put their own stamp on their next home.
Initially entering into the porch, you continue into the entrance hall. Here, you are provided access to the kitchen, two useful storage cupboards and a further doorway into the living space. The kitchen provides a range of wall and base units, sink, space for freestanding cooker, and space for fridge/freezer. The kitchen further boasts picturesque views of Selsley Common. Heading through into the living area you are provided with great versatility, there is space aplenty for a dining table and a sofa set. You also have a double-glazed door to side garden, and a double-glazed window, allowing plenty of natural daylight to flow into the property. Following through the hallway you have access to the two sizeable bedrooms, both offering views of the rear garden, and the bathroom. The bathroom comprises; single shower unit, low level WC and wash hand basin.
Externally, the property really comes into its own. You have a single garage with driveway providing off road parking space. The privately enclosed rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with tree and shrub borders extensively adding to the privacy. To the side, you have a ‘secret’ garden providing a tranquil spot to enjoy some alfresco dining. To the front of the property, you have extensive gardens with matures trees, bushes and additional lawned area.
The property is located in a highly sought-after area, with local amenities such as the Co-operative supermarket, Coffee Bars, and hairdressers. Foxmoor Primary School, which is rated outstanding by Ofsted, is within walking distance. A wider range of facilities is available in Stroud where you will find a variety of restaurants, an award winning twice weekly farmers market, leisure and sports centre and there is also a main line railway station to London (Paddington), Gloucester and Cheltenham.
Tenure, Services And Local Authority
All mains services are believed to be connected to the property, with the exception of gas.
Stroud District Council; Tax Band C: £1,793.59
From our office in Stonehouse turn right onto Bath Road. At the Horse Trough roundabout take the 1st exit onto the Ebley Road. Continue along this road which, becomes Westward Road and proceed until you reach Foxmoor Lane, where you will turn left. Following Foxmoor Lane up the hill before turning left onto Glynfield Rise, following the road to your left before reaching the property on your right hand side.