Oldminster Road, Sharpness, Berkeley, GL13 9UR


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Situated in a prominent position on Oldminster Road on the outskirts of Berkeley this individual detached bungalow was built around the 1960s with attractive reconstituted stone elevations under a tiled roof. Being in the heart of the Village and just 15 minutes walk from the marina on the canal where narrow boats are moored and being close to the River Severn and all of its attractions this is a lovely location for walkers and cyclists.

The property currently offers three bedroomed accommodation but has potential for a conversion of a large 30ft attic to provide further bedrooms if required. On the ground floor there is an entrance hall with three store cupboards, a spacious lounge and 18ft kitchen/breakfast room and three bedrooms and bathroom with shower. The window units are double glazed and the property has gas fired central heating and a 4kw PV solar panel system.

Outside there are good sized gardens with lawns to the front and spacious patio to the side which extends to the rear of the property with further lawns, flower borders and a good sized detached garage with access via a lane to the rear.

The property is offered for sale with vacant possession and no upward chain and the vendors agents hold a key at their Dursley office for accompanied viewings. The nearby town of Berkeley provides a range of local amenities whilst there are local convenience stores, primary school and with easy access to lovely scenic countryside.

Communications to the larger centres of Bristol, Gloucester and Cheltenham are excellent via the A38 and M5 and there is a mainline train station at Box Road, Cam serving Bristol and London Paddington via Gloucester.



Covered entrance porch with a panelled front door to the entrance hall with wood laminate flooring and three storage cupboards.

There is access to a large 30ft open roof space with four Velux roof light windows and a Worcester Bosch gas fired boiler supplying central heating and domestic hot water circulation and there are controls and inverter for installed solar panels. Building Regulation approval has been submitted to Stroud District Council for plans for conversion of this very large open roof space.



5.18m (17' 0") x 3.48m (11' 5")

With a reconstituted stone fireplace, twin panelled radiator and UPVC framed double glazed window with a bay window to the front.


5.72m (18' 9") x 2.90m (9' 6")

With a range of oak effect base units with worktop surfaces, matching wall storage cupboards and a single drainer one and a half bowled sink unit. Stainless steel oven and four ring gas hob unit, plumbing for an automatic washing machine, twin panelled radiator, UPVC framed double glazed window overlooking the rear gardens and a door to the rear garden.


3.76m (12' 4") x 3.18m (10' 5")

With a panelled radiator and bay window to the front with UPVC framed double glazed units with an open aspect.


3.18m (10' 5") x 2.39m (7' 10")

With a panelled radiator and UPVC framed double glazed window to the side.


3.48m (11' 5") x 2.51m (8' 3")

With UPVC framed double glazed windows to the front and side and twin panelled radiator. This room could also be used as a home office if required.


Having a panelled bath, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, fitted Triton electric shower unit, chrome ladder radiator and UPVC framed double glazed window.


There are lawned front gardens with a good sized patio to the side and side pedestrian access. There is a timber store shed with power supply and access to attractive rear gardens with patio, lawns, flower borders, shrubs, bushes, vegetable garden and soft fruit bushes, outside water tap and access to a detached garage.


5.84m (19' 2") x 3.61m (11' 10")

With an up-and-over door, power and light.

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