For Sale

High Street, Berkeley, Gloucestershire, GL13 9BJ

4 bedrooms
1 reception room
3 bathroom
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Key Features

  • Historic Grade II Listed Georgian property
  • Coach House with 2 Parking Bays, Workshop and Garden Store
  • Gravel courtyard, patio and mature Garden
  • Three bathrooms
  • Bespoke Kitchen-Diner
  • Basement with large office and small bespoke wine cellar
  • Elegantly proportioned and easily manageable
  • Gas central and electric underfloor heating
  • Four well-sized bedrooms
  • Unused floorboarded area above parking bays suitable for conversion

House Tenure: Freehold

A unique opportunity to purchase a beautifully restored and renovated Georgian house built by Edward Jenner, the world renowned Father of Immunology, in the sought-after small town of Berkeley, one of the ancient Hundreds of Gloucestershire.

The property has been finished to a high standard and combines contemporary comforts with meticulously restored original features, plus 76Mbps Fibre Broadband and Cat 5 wiring. Berkeley House is not a grand mansion, but rather a classic and easily manageable messuage with a former coach house, courtyard and a garden laid mostly to lawn with mature trees and shrubs in the borders either side. The coach house has an upper floor that is floor-boarded, with electricity, water and drainage to hand, thus suitable for conversion to, say, an ensuite bedroom with the necessary permissions, of course.

Interested?

Call us on 0333 999 7699 with reference number 36182, or use the Book a Viewing button.

A unique opportunity to purchase a beautifully restored and renovated Georgian house built by Edward Jenner, the world renowned Father of Immunology, in the sought-after small town of Berkeley, one of the ancient Hundreds of Gloucestershire.

The property has been finished to a high standard and combines contemporary comforts with meticulously restored original features, plus 76Mbps Fibre Broadband and Cat 5 wiring. Berkeley House is not a grand mansion, but rather a classic and easily manageable messuage with a former coach house, courtyard and a garden laid mostly to lawn with mature trees and shrubs in the borders either side. The coach house has an upper floor that is floor-boarded, with electricity, water and drainage to hand, thus suitable for conversion to, say, an ensuite bedroom with the necessary permissions, of course.

 

Entrance

Three steps with wrought-iron handrails lead to a classic Georgian doorway in which the original door has been completely disassembled and rebuilt with double-seals all round.

Ground Floor

Entrance Hallway

Off-white ceramic tiled flooring with black cabochons, dado-height panelling, picture rail, storage cupboard with shelving, with sweeping staircase leading to first floor, large window with American shutters to rear.

Kitchen-Diner 5.56m x 4.6m

Two sash windows with shutters overlooking church, sash window to rear, two radiators, designer kitchen with wall and base units with granite work surfaces, fitted larder cupboard, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge-freezer,  Range master ceramic sink with mixer tap including filtered water, Range master 110 Toledo XT double oven with induction hob and extractor over. Large central island with base units, integrated microwave oven, power-points and granite work surface. Matching, free-standing display cabinet over wooden top and cupboard. Space for table and chairs, wooden flooring, cornicing and downlights.

Sitting Room 4.01m x 3.8m

Large bay window to front with shutters and view of church, feature fireplace with gas coal effect fire, panelling, display cabinet and cupboard, picture rail, cornicing, radiator with radiator cover.

Cloakroom

Close coupled WC, wash hand basin, radiator, ceramic tiled flooring (matching hallway) and extractor fan.

Lower Ground Floor

Utility Area: Glass panelled door leading to rear, window with American shutters to rear, space for washer-tumble dryer, base unit with work surface, sink with mono mixer tap, wall light, ceramic tiled flooring, exposed wooden beams, wooden latch doors leading to wine cellar and office.

Office 6.17m x 5.56m

Two windows with American shutters to front, two windows to side, exposed beamed ceiling, ceramic tiled flooring, two storage cupboards, and wall lights.

Wine Cellar 3.8m x 3.58m

Insulated to all sides and ceiling, ceramic tiled flooring, bespoke oak and glass inner thermal barrier, bespoke oak soft-close wine drawers and storage areas, various two-bottle deep racking, magnum racking.

First Floor

Landing

Radiator, picture rail, cornicing, airing cupboard housing boiler for domestic hot water and heating, stairs to second floor.

Bedroom One 3.86m x 3.76m (Master Bedroom)

Two sash windows to front with shutters and views of church, two radiators with radiator covers, fitted wardrobes, cornicing, doors to En-Suite Bathroom.

En-Suite Bathroom Sash window to rear with shutters, roll-top bath, basin, close coupled WC, T&G panelling to dado, ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating, heated chrome towel rail, cornicing, extractor fan and downlights. Jack and Jill door to landing.

Shower Room

Window to rear, walk-in rainwater shower with ultra-thin head and concealed thermostatic controls, basin, close coupled WC, T&G panelling to dado, ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating, heated chrome towel rail, cornicing, extractor fan and downlights.

Bedroom Two 4.01m x 3.28m

Sash window to front with shutters and view to church, radiator with radiator covers, picture rail.

Second Floor

Landing

Oak flooring, three Velux windows, exposed beams to ceiling, radiator, space for desk and doors leading to Bedrooms Three and Four.

Bedroom Three 5.1m x 4.4m

Window to side, radiator, built-in wardrobe, exposed beamed ceiling.

Bedroom Four 4.75m x 3.48m

Two Velux windows to rear, eaves storage cupboards, built-in wardrobe, exposed beamed ceiling, radiator.

Shower Room

Walk-in rainwater shower with ultra-thin head, WC and wash hand basin.

Outside

Electronically operated, double wrought-iron gates open to a short, gravelled driveway, which leads to a small courtyard and the rear basement entrance to the house surrounded by one of the oldest living wisteria in the country. The rear of the house and a former coach-house enclose the courtyard, providing sheltered parking for two large cars, a workshop and a garden store. Steps lead down from the courtyard to a paved area across the top end of a 180ft mature garden laid mostly to grass

Floorplan 1

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