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Home of the week from The Property Centre – Warwick Close

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The Property Centre is pleased to present this detached bungalow located in a quiet residential area close to Rodborough Common, currently on the market for £365,000.

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This two-bedroom single-storey dwelling is beautifully presented throughout and comprises, a canopy entrance porch, entrance hall, sitting room with gas fire, extended kitchen/dining room, bathroom and two bedrooms with a useful loft above.

The property benefits from double glazing and gas central heating and offers light and flexible accommodation.

To the exterior of the property, the front has a gently sloping garden predominantly laid to lawn with well-established shrubs, a path, a driveway up to the gated side access, a front door and an attached garage.

To the rear is an enclosed garden with a courtyard/patio seating area immediately to the rear, a path to the rear garage door, a path to the gated side access and steps up to a raised lawn with planted borders

Location

The area of Rodborough has amenities including the well-regarded Gastrells School and the popular Prince Albert public house. 

A wider range of facilities is available in the nearby Stroud (approximately two miles away) including an excellent range of state and private schools, restaurants, an award-winning weekly farmers market, leisure and sports centre and also a mainline railway station with intercity services connecting to London Paddington.

Gloucester (8 miles), Cheltenham (12 miles), Cirencester (15 miles), Bristol (20 miles) and Junction 13 of the M5 motorway are also within easy driving distance. 


The Property Centre anticipate a high level of interest in this home, so book your viewing with our team in Stroud today.

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