Chapel Road, Oldbury On Severn SSTC £825,000

A truly wonderful opportunity to secure a family home in a highly regarded village which has retained some period features yet benefits from all the modern conveniences and offered to the market with NO ONWARD CHAIN. Set back from the road with a sweeping driveway to approach the property and boasting a pleasant outlook to the front. The property has been extended by previous owners and now offers generous room sizes arranged with a practical yet flexible layout . Entrance is through a porch into the entrance hall. The large lounge features dual aspect, sliding patio doors and a wood burner fire making this a lovely room to relax in. There is a separate formal dining room and a kitchen/breakfast room for informal dining. The kitchen offers a range of wall and base units with complimentary worktops and some integrated appliances. Leading though into a rear lobby which allows access to one of the garages, also access to a downstairs shower room with wc and wash hand basin. A strong feature of the property is the utility room with plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, further storage and sink. On the first floor the master bedroom is a good size and benefits from an en suite bathroom. There are four further double bedrooms and a fifth bedroom which is currently used as a study, plus a family bathroom. Externally the gardens to both front and rear are well maintained and feature deep well stocked borders, perennials, specimen trees, shrubs and paved patio areas which are all complimented by level lawns. Also to the rear is a storage shed currently used to house lawnmower and wood store plus a well established fruit cage border. There is also a further garage with power and light. Further benefits include oil fired heating, double glazing and a well!

Maple Cottage is in the village of Oldbury-on-Severn. The community has a thriving school, parish church, pub and there are many activities available in the village. The nearby market town of Thornbury offers more extensive schooling and facilities including shops and supermarkets suitable for day to day living whilst the regional shopping centre at Cribbs Causeway, a mere 11 miles distant, has a wide selection of popular shops. For the commuter there are good links to the motorway networks, M48, M4 and M5, Wales, London, South West and Midlands respectively, in addition to excellent rail links from Bristol Parkway train station approximately 11.5 miles distant. For sporting facilities there is sailing and angling clubs, health and leisure facilities and golf course nearby and the surrounding countryside is a pleasant backdrop for equestrians with the Berkeley Hunt riding nearby.

Agents Note
Any reference to schools or school catchment areas contained within these particulars do not imply that places are available in those schools. Parents are advised to contact the Council or visit their website at to check availability of placements.

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