3 bedroom house for sale

Tibberton, 14 Muzzle Patch, Gloucestershire

Sold STC £255,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

AN INTRIGUING, THREE BEDROOM SINGLE STOREY PROPERTY POSITIONED TOWARDS THE RURAL FRINGE OF THIS SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE, AND BEING WITHIN 4 MILES OF GLOUCESTER CITY, WITH CHELTENHAM, THE MOTORWAYS AND ROSS-ON-WYE ALL WITHIN EASY STRIKING DISTANCE

Totally Enclosed Porch, Reception Hall, Dining Room/Study, Living Room, Attractive Kitchen, Laundry/Utility Room and Cloaks & W.C. Three Bedrooms and Bathroom & W.C. Double Glazing. Central Heating. Detached Brick Built Garage. Additional Parking. Beautiful, Sunny Rear Garden. Communal Access to Superb Grassy Paddock with Mature Oak Trees. Quiet Locations


Location & Description
Conceived and designed by a Swedish architect some 40 years ago, Muzzle Patch comprises a development of just 24 similar properties which occupy a gloriously peaceful location on the eastern fringe of the sought after village of Tibberton, some 4 miles north west of the Cathedral City of Gloucester.

Since acquiring the property some 5 years ago, the current owner of No. 14 has undertaken a wide range of refurbishment and improvement works, and the property now offers particularly light and appealing three bedroom accommodation which has been beautifully appointed, and really needs to be inspected internally to be fully appreciated.

Positioned to the rear of the property, which has a lovely sunny, south easterly aspect, is an exquisitely laid out and generously stocked garden, completely enclosed by hedging and/or fencing, and being a wonderfully secluded spot in which to sit out and take in the ambience and available sunshine. To one corner of the garden is an octagonal summer house and semi mature Acer. French doors from the living room enable direct access into the garden, as does a door from the utility. One may also access the garden through a pedestrian side gate.

Positioned nearby within 50 yards is a superb open grassy field with some magnificent mature oak trees. This unspoilt and beautiful space extends to approx. 2 acres and is for the use of all of the occupants of Muzzle Patch.

All in all, a fascinating property of considerable appeal, and to those potentially interested, we strongly recommend a thorough internal inspection. In detail the property comprises:-



Totally enclosed Porch
With quarry tiled base and double glazing to three elevations enabling the receipt of a high degree of natural light. Ceiling mounted halogen light fitting, part exposed brickwork and double glazed door through to:-

Reception Hall
With fitted carpet and high level, louvre fronted meter/storage cupboards. Ceiling mounted halogen light fitting. Door through to:-

Dining Room/Study approx 10.85m (35'7") x 3.02m (9'11")
A vast space of overall max dimensions approx. 35’7 x 9’11 and again receiving a very high degree of natural light through the extensive double glazed windows to north west elevation. Fitted carpet. Pine clad ceiling and roof light enabling the receipt of yet more natural light. Door to cupboard housing the white meter storage block for the warm air central heating system. Two double wall light fittings. Additional door through to Cloaks/Utility Room. Two steps lead up from this area to the:-

Sitting Room approx 5.69m (18'8") x 3.68m (12'1")
Again, a particularly light room having extensive double glazing and French doors to two elevations, enabling a beautiful outlook across the landscaped rear garden. Fitted carpet, two double wall light fittings and a brick fireplace housing the Sherwood, cast iron wood burning stove mounted on a quarry tiled plinth. Recessed storage area for logs. Pine ceiling.

Kitchen approx 3.02m (9'11") x 2.92m (9'7")
A bespoke fitted kitchen with particularly attractive Iroko hardwood working surfaces incorporating the superb, gloss white, 1½ bowl ceramic sink with chrome mixer tap over. Positioned beneath the extra deep, Iroko work surfaces are capacious shelved storage cupboards, of sufficient dimensions to accommodate built-in appliances if required. Exceptionally attractive Belling Classic range style cooker with five ring ceramic hob and double oven and warming section beneath. Attractive wooden shelf over. Pine panelled ceiling. Almost full width double glazed window enabling delightful outlook across the beautifully planted rear garden. Door through to:-



Laundry/Utility Room
With plumbing for automatic washing machine. LG Nofrost combined fridge/freezer. Double glazed door directly to exterior and folding doors to:-



Cloaks & W.C.
With white suite comprising low level w.c. and corner wash hand basin. Shelving.

Bedroom 1 3.94m (12'11") x 2.82m (9'3")
Having double glazed windows to two elevations. Pine panelled ceiling. Fitted carpet and three sets of louvred folding double doors giving access to fitted wardrobes/storage cupboards.

Bedroom 2 3.73m (12'3") x 3.53m (11'7")
Having an almost full width double glazed window to south east elevation making this a particularly light and pleasing room with fine outlook across the richly planted rear garden.
Door to capacious storage cupboard and additional door to shelved storage cupboard.

Bedroom 3 4.44m (14'7") x 1.83m (6'0")
With windows to two elevations, fitted carpet and capacious, floor to ceiling storage cupboard to one corner.



Bathroom & W.C.
Having white suite comprising panelled bath with chrome mixer tap and spray head over, pedestal wash hand basin and low level w.c. Attractive tiling around bath area and virtually full width double glazed windows to south east elevation. Dual voltage shaver point. Access hatch to roof void. Positioned behind a door to one corner is the extra large, White Wolf hot water storage cylinder.



Outside
A tarmacadam approach allows access to the Detached Brick Garage. This is of overall external dimensions approx. 18’ x 9’ and stands under a mono pitched felted roof, is supplied with light and power, and is approached through a lockable up and over door and has shelving to one side. Adjacent to the garage is a tarmacadam parking area with sufficient space to park two vehicles.

Two steps from here lead up to a further tarmacadam path, and between here and the front wall of the house is a Raised Flower & Shrub Bed planted with flowers and various grasses.

The Principal Garden However Lies to the South East Side of the house. This comprises a beautifully designed and planted garden, a wide, curving gravelled path leading from a side gate to a series of richly planted beds with shrubs and flowers of a very wide variety, but including Tree Peony, Roses, Cotinus, Heuchera, Holly, Mexican Orange Blossom, Fastigiate Yew, Fatsia together with Acers of several varieties.

Positioned towards one corner is an Octagonal Wooden Summerhouse, with glazing to the upper panels of five sides, and being a delightful spot in which to sit and take in the beautiful scene around one.

Close by is a delightful Acer Tree. Overall max dimensions of the rear garden are approx. 50’ x 45’, and the garden is bounded to all sides by wooden fencing and/or hedging and greenery.



Services
Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected.

OUTGOINGS: ‘D’ Council Tax Band

EPC RATING: ‘E’ (Full EPC Rating available)



To View
Strictly and only please by prior telephone appointment through Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors. Tel: 01989 768320. Out of hours, try Norman Bricknell on 01989 564689.



Directions
If approaching from Ross-on-Wye, leave the outskirts of Ross from the Travellers Rest Roundabout (Junction 4, M50) taking the Motorway towards Birmingham. Take the first exit (Junction 3), carefully turning right thereafter and passing through the village of Gorsley. Continue towards Gloucester on the Newent Bypass, thereafter taking the 90º right turning as signposted to Tibberton. Proceed along this village lane, turning right when you see the sign for Muzzle Patch. After bearing right again, you will see the numbering of properties leading to No.14.


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  • Gloucester (4.9 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

To view this property or request more details, contact:

Morris Bricknell Chartered Surveyors, Ross On Wye

30 Gloucester Road, Ross-On-Wye, HR9 5LE

01989 609005 Local call rate

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