Lower Road



Main Features

Good Location, Four Bedrooms, Outbuilding


Number of bedrooms : 4

Sitting within a village location, yet on the doorstep of the city, this semi detached home offers the features of a character home, but also a number of practicalities for modern family life. 41 Lower Road has a generous level of adaptable accommodation over three floors, which could yield up to four bedrooms. The property is generally offered for sale in good order throughout yet has scope for enhancement by an incoming owner (subject to relevant consents). Features of note include double glazing, modern fitted kitchen, utility room, cloakroom, off road parking for two vehicles, and a useful detached workshop/store with huge scope. The position of 41 Lower Road cannot be understated, within a short walk of the railway station, the Cathedral and city centre shops, the house sits within the village of Lower Bemerton with an open water meadow view to the front and footpaths on your doorstep. A popular village school, church and convenience stores etc are within walking distance, while two outstanding grammar schools are not far away. An early internal viewing is advised.


Proceed to Churchfields Road following it past the trading estate and Cherry Orchard Lane on your right hand side. Number 41 can be found on your right hand side just before the access to Cecil Terrace.

Covered Porch– Double glazed front door.

Entrance Hall– Electric night storage heater. Obscure circular window to side. Stairs to first floor.

Cloakroom– Low level WC and vanity basin with cupboards under. Obscure double glazed window to rear.

Sitting Room (4.1m x 3.65m)

Double glazed window to front aspect. Electric night storage heater. Coved ceiling.

Dining Room (4.1m x 3.7m ext to 4.45m)

Double glazed window to side aspect, electric night storage heater. Shelved display niches.

Kitchen (2.8m x 2.56m)

Refitted shaker style wall and base units with work surface over. Inset ceramic hob with extractor hood over and oven under. Various under counter spaces including dishwasher. Inset ceramic sink unit with tiled splashbacks and vinyl floor. Double glazed window to side and overlooking rear garden.

Bedroom One (4m x 3.7m)

Twin double glazed window to front aspect with views. Electric night storage heater. Coved ceiling.

Bedroom Two (2.8m x 3m)

Double glazed window to rear aspect. Electric night storage heater. Shelved recess.

Bathroom (2.66m x 2.41m)

Coloured suite comprising panelled bath with mixer/shower attachment, low level WC, pedestal basin, tiled splashbacks. Electric heater. Full height airing cupboard and low level storage. Obscure double glazed window to side.

Second Floor Landing

Bedroom Three (3.95m x 2.27m)

Sloping ceilings. Electric night storage heater. Low level eaves storage. Double glazed window to front with views. Access to loft. Double glazed window to side.

Bedroom Four (3.95m x 2m)

Sloping ceilings. Built in desk, drawers and eaves storage. Built in wardrobe.


Front Garden– Pleasant area enclosed by low level wall. Gravelled area with well stocked borders. Path to front door.

Rear Garden  (12m)– Attractive well enclosed garden. Paved patio area immediately outside the kitchen with garden pond and very well stocked raised flower bed. Built in bench seat and side return area providing space for storage. Steps lead up to a level area of lawn with stepping stone pathway. Well stocked borders to either side with ornamental trees and shrubs. Gate leading to parking area. The parking area is accessed from Cecil Terrace and provides parking for two cars comfortably.

Garage/Workshop (4.55m x 4m)

With a pedestrian door and windows this structure has been dry-lined and sub divided in to three spaces. This building could be used as a workshop, home office, gym, hobby room etc. Power, light and heat.


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