Abwell, Berkeley

£420,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
This is the most delightful attached period family home. The property has undergone extensive modernisation and has been extended over the years. On approach, a charming porch with stunning stained glass leads into the entrance hall. Downstairs cloakroom, a formal sitting room with open fireplace and a delightful snug with fireplace and log burner inset. Opening into a fantastic fitted kitchen/breakfast and family room with tiled flooring throughout and bi fold doors onto a raised terrace. The kitchen is very tastefully put together with central island and vaulted ceiling with a wealth of light and views of the garden. The terrace is perfect for alfresco dining and feels like an extension of the kitchen. It really has the 'wow' factor. The ground floor is completed by a utility room and side entrance boot room.

To the first floor, a master suite with a vaulted ceiling and large windows providing views of the garden and fields, with an en suite. A further double room to the front with views to the cricket pitch from a large bay window. A good sized single bedroom with built in wardrobes and a modern family bathroom complete the first floor.

Outside, steps from a raised terrace to the side, leading to a further terrace with outbuildings, including a log store. A pathway leads to formal lawns with a wealth of well stocked borders, gated driveway with plentiful parking and further parking on approach. The gardens are very private and established. The property also benefits from a great local pub within walking distance.

AMENITIES Berkeley is situated to the west of the M5 and the A38, to the north of Bristol and to the south of Gloucester and Cheltenham. Berkeley Castle has been home to the Berkeley family for some 900 years, a popular and very interesting historical attraction. The town was also the home of Edward Jenner, pioneer of vaccination. The Jenner Museum is a short walk from the High Street, past the brick cottage that Jenner gave to James Phipps, who as a boy was the first person to receive inoculation. A thriving small rural town, Berkeley has a variety of shops, building society, hotel, public houses and a primary school.

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