The accommodation comprises the following, all measurements are approximate:
The property is approached via a Upvc double glazed door into:
With stairs to first floor, panelled radiator, coved ceiling, smoke alarm, under-stairs cupboard and airing cupboard housing hot water tank and immersion heater.
With W.C, rinse hand basin, mirrored medicine cabinet and double glazed window to side aspect.
19' 7'' x 10' 9'' (5.96m x 3.27m):
Dual aspect with Upvc double glazed windows, two panelled radiators and coved ceiling.
10' 9'' x 8' 4'' (3.27m x 2.54m):
Base and eye level units, drawers, rolled edge worktop surfaces, electric oven and hob, plumbing for automatic washing machine, one and a half bowl single drainer sink unit, Vaillant gas boiler, double panelled radiator and coved ceiling.
11' 0'' x 8' 3'' (3.35m x 2.51m):
Upvc construction with double glazed windows, door to side aspect, double glazed patio doors to opposing aspect, cat-flap, radiator and views across the gardens.
First Floor Landing:
With double panelled radiator and access into loft space.
12' 8'' x 11' 5'' (3.86m x 3.48m):
Upvc double glazed window to rear aspect and radiator.
12' 4'' x 8' 1'' (3.76m x 2.46m):
Front aspect with radiator and Upvc double glazed window with views across Coleford.
8' 8'' x 8' 4'' (2.64m x 2.54m):
Rear aspect with Upvc double glazed window, panelled radiator and coved ceiling.
With W.C, wash hand basin, bath, mirrored medicine cabinet and Upvc double glazed window.
To the front, side and rear, one will find hedged boundaries, lawns, an abundance of shrubs and side access to the conservatory.
Between the period of 1946 and the 1960s, over 30,000 Cornish type I and type II houses were built.
A Cornish type I construction has single storey PRC columns with a distinctive Mansard roof. A Cornish type II construction has double storey PRC columns with hipped or gable roof.
The Cornish house was one of the most popular Pre-Reinforced Concrete built construction. In 1985 after an extensive investigation by the BRE, the Cornish type I and II were classed as defective due to the presence of chlorides in the concrete which caused corrosion of the steel reinforcement and subsequently cracking and spalling of the concrete.
Houses classed as defective under the 1985 housing act were no longer mortgageable. Grants were made available to homeowners who had purchased these properties before 1985 to have the works carried out to bring the property up to a mortgageable standard. The works involved the removal of the PRC elements from the property, replacing with traditional brick and block. The required works needed to be carried out to a PRC Homes Ltd standard and a PRC completion certificate issued to make the property mortgageable.
The PRC licence repairs are still required on these houses today to make them mortgageable.
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Tenure: We are advised freehold.
EPC Rating - TBC
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