Summary of Features
4 bedroom bungalow, 2 reception rooms, 2 bathrooms
Smallholding, just over 5 acres of land and range of outbuildings
Potential for rural enterprise or equestrian use
Located on the edge of a popular village location
The property is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition
In all approximately 5.34 acres
Mileages: Dursley 4.5 miles, Stroud 5 miles, Gloucester 18 miles, Cheltenham 22 miles
Road: M5 (Jct 13) 11 miles
Railway: Cam & Dursley, Stroud, Gloucester
Airport: Bristol (35 miles)
The property is situated on the northern edge of the village of Coaley. It is a short drive to the local centres of Cam & Dursley and within easy access of several transport links including the popular Cam & Dursley railway station, the A38 (Bristol - Gloucester) and the M5 motorway at Jct 13.
Lapley Farm Bungalow
The bungalow was constructed in the 1980's and benefits from 4 large bedrooms, newly fitted spacious family bathroom and en-suite to the master bedroom
In addition Lapley Farm enjoys a newly fitted kitchen / breakfast room and generous lounge, with separate dining room leading to a bright conservatory with countryside views
A convenient utility area with new gas combi boiler and separate cloakroom
The layout has potential to divide the 4th bedroom with en-suite and the utility into a granny annexe or guest accommodation (subject to the relevant planning)
Lapley Farm Bungalow is accessed by a separate driveway from the adjoining buildings and yards, which is tarmaced with a turning area
There is extensive parking and the bungalow is surrounded by a large mature garden which has uninterrupted views over the paddock and beyond to Frocester Hill and Coaley Peak
The outbuildings include a dutch barn with timber framed lean-to, modern steel portal framed haybarn and two further open fronted livestock buildings which could be converted into stables. In additional there is an extensive concrete yard and paddock, extending in total to 5.34 acres
The property offers a rare opportunity to purchase a smallholding or rural business unit with adjoining level land suitable for a wide variety of uses
Mains water and electricity, private drainage, LPG central heating
Stroud District Council, Tel: 01453 766321, www.stroud.gov.uk
Band "D" (£1,585.97, 2017/2018)
The property is not listed
Coaley C of E Primary School, Slimbridge Primary School, Cam Everlands Primary School
Stroud High School, Marling School East Campus
Wycliffe College. Further information available at: www.isc.co.uk
Coaley is a popular Gloucestershire village and the facilities include a primary school, village shop, church and a wide range of clubs and societies.
Coaley benefits from a golf course and leisure centre as well as 'Coaley Peak' which offers 12 acres of reclaimed farmland (now a wild flower meadow) with views over the Severn Vale and the Forest of Dean. The nearby town of Cam & Dursley has several coffee shops, eateries and a supermarket. Jubilee Fields is a 16 acre site with sports pitches and a pavillion constructed in 2017 and accessible to all. Equestrian enthusiasts will find Tumpy Green Equestrian Centre close by. For great days out, you can visit Hidcote Manor Garden, Berkeley Castle and Slimbridge Wetland Centre, all within an easy drive of the property.
This property is subject to an Agricultural Occupancy Condition
From the A38 take the A4135 at the Slimbridge roundabout towards Cam and Dursley. As you come over the M5 motorway take the second left hand turning on to Box Road signposted for Cam & Dursley railway station. Follow this road for approximately 1.5 miles and as you enter Coaley, under the railway bridge, take the first turning on the left into Peter's Street and 100 yards on the right is the lane leading to the property.