10 Frederick Thomas Rd, Dursley GL11 6NB, UK
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Last Sold: AUG 2006
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AI think: £175,524
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Agents think: £240,000 1 agent(s) valuations found
HPI banks think: £175,632
Hunters - Dursley Agent Valuation of this property is £240,000
This spacious three bedroomed end terraced house has been extended and modernised, offering ideal family or a first time buyers accommodation occupying a convenient position close to Woodfields shops and Primary School. The property offers well planned accommodation having entrance hall, kitchen with separate utility, cloakroom, lounge/dining area. To thee first floor three bedrooms and a family bathroom. There are good sized enclosed rear gardens with side access, outside storage and off-road parking for several cars. With UPVC framed double glazing windows and gas fired central heating with newly fitted Worcester Bosch boiler an early viewing is strongly recommended.
The town centre of Dursley is within easy reach with its full range of shopping and secondary schooling facilities. Dursley is well located within easy reach of the A38 and M5 motorway network ideal for commuters travelling on a daily basis to Bristol, Gloucester or Cheltenham. There is also a mainline train station at Box Road, Cam; serving Bristol and London (Paddington) via Gloucester.
Council tax band - B
Having UPVC framed double glazed entrance door with stairs leading to the first floor and under stairs storage,
5.21m (17' 1") x 2.26m (7' 5")
Having white kitchen base units with drawers and cupboards under and wood effect worktop surfaces over with a stianless steel sink and drainer. There are matching wall storage cupboards, gas hob, electric oven with extractor fan over and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine.There is a useful under stairs storage cupboard, tiled splashbacks, UPVC framed double glazed window to the front and matching door leading to the side of the house.
2.41m (7' 11") x 0.91m (3' 0")
Having a Worcester Bosch combination boiler (which is serviced annually), panelled radiator and UPVC framed double glazed window to the side.
6.58m (21' 7") x 3.00m (9' 10")
Having woodburning stove, laminate flooring, two panelled radiators and doors leading to the kitchen, bedroom/study and hallway. Open plan through to dining area.
3.94m (12' 11") x 3.61m (11' 10")
Having wood effect laminate flooring, Velux roof window, downlighters and French doors leading to the garden.
3.61m (11' 10") x 3.23m (10' 7")
Having wood laminate flooring, panelled radiator, Velux roof window and UPVC framed double glazed window to the rear.
Leading to the first floor landing
Having stairs leading to the first floor landing with and airing cupboard, loft access to the roof space and a UPVC framed double glazed window to front.
4.11m (13' 6") x 3.05m (10' 0")
Having a UPVC framed double glazed window to the rear with views of Cam Peak and Long Down, and a panelled radiator.
Views of cam peak
4.04m (13' 3") x 2.51m (8' 3")
Having a UPVC framed double glazed window to the rear and a panelled radiator.
2.69m (8' 10") x 2.41m (7' 11")
Having a fitted cabinet bed, UPVC framed double glazed window to the front and a panelled radiator.
Having a panelled bath with an electric Triton Trance shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, tiled splash back and panelled radiator and frosted UPVC window to side.
Separate upstairs toilet
Having a WC, frosted UPVC framed double glazed window to front and tiled splash back wall.
To the front there is parking for several cars on a full tarmacadam driveway. With side access to the rear there is a brick build storage shed, raised patio area (also leading from dining area inside), lawned and gravelled areas and a metal Storage shed.
The roof at the property was renewed in 2020 along with the fascia and guttering.
The windows and doors were renewed in 2019.