17 Dancey Rd, Gloucester GL3 1HP, UK
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Last Sold: DEC 1995
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AI think: £364,694
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Agents think: £475,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
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eXp World UK Agent Valuation of this property is £475,000
Please quote ref AH0137. The 1930's was a housing boom in Cheltenham and Gloucester, with a traditional, known and popular layout of house, designed and reproduced in some of the area’s best locations. This 1939 house stands true to that style of house with a few additional benefits. The porch has now been enclosed to give that extra weather protection and a space to drop the brollies and the shoes. Then enter the hallway via the stained glass door and immediately you see straight though the home to the back door, with a glimpse of the garden. The stairs rise from here with a turn at the top and have a useful cupboard under. The flooring downstairs is all very traditional with a combination of the old wooden flooring and tiles, great for families, kids and animals. The main reception room to the front is the lounge with its feature bay window allowing light to stream in. This room faces south east so is a great morning room, all year round with its feature fireplace, a perfect centre piece. This room is cosy and light. Behind this room (via the curved corner wall in the hallway) is what would of been the dining room. This room adds something extra with another fireplace with two pretty recessed windows ether side for added light. From here its open through to the conservatory, opening out with double doors onto the garden. The other converted reception room on the ground floor has been used for many things. Until recently it was a bedroom, giving the house four, but can be an array of things. In this “work from home” era it makes a substantial single or double office. It could be another living room for the teenagers to escape or a playroom for the little ones. Perfect to just shut the door on it if you need!
The kitchen/breakfast room is 16’1 long, making enough space to fit a small breakfast table if needed. There is a small lobby with utility cupboards and a cloakroom off the back of here.
Moving out to the garden, an area that is so often neglected with more modern homes. This space is so well proportioned with both length at 62' and a good width at 42' feet making this space great for entertaining, children and events.
Upstairs are three bedrooms. The bathroom is at the rear and has a shower over the bath. The two double bedrooms here, unusually, both have large bay windows. This adds space and much light to both rooms. There is a further single bedroom on this floor also.
The location of this property is superb. Just 0.6 miles from the Elmbridge Court roundabout which then gives direct access to the M5 junctions 11,11A, Cheltenham and the Forest via the A40 and of course the city of Gloucester. To the south east is access via the A417 to the M4. The location is ideal for those that need to get around. At under 7 miles into Cheltenham it's still just a bus or taxi ride away to enjoy the night life, shopping and boutiques the town has to offer. Into Gloucester there is a wide range of shops including the excellent Gloucester Quays with a host of waterside bars and restaurants.
A well balanced, traditional home, built in a period where they built solid houses. Call Adam Halliwell, the sole agent, to take a look around.