A stunning Regency house begging for a restoration has come on the market in one of Gloucester’s most beautiful and well-tended private squares.
17 Brunswick Square has been dubbed a “fine regency town house” and anyone with any know-how in property can see how it has untapped potential as it’s been used to be used recently as an office. So first off this five-storey house is going to need a bit of work but don’t let that put you off, it’s not a full restoration.
The property is a beautiful regency house of five storeys built in the early 19th century and overlooking Gloucester’s most beautiful and well-tended private square – Brunswick Square. Brunswick Square is renowned for being Gloucester’s most important regency privately owned square and is situated to the South of the City centre and very close to the recently developed Quays at the Docklands. Access to the hospital, railway station and theM5 are all within easy reach.
Most recently used as an office, the building is solid and water tight. It just needs someone with a sympathetic eye for the Regency period to bring it back to all that is lovely with the architecture of that period.
The sash windows remains, as does the cornice ceilings. Many of the internal large four panel wooden doors are still in situ, and wrought iron balconies make this an opportunity not to be missed.
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The particulars say: “Internally, although it is currently used as offices, the adaptable accommodation could form three reception rooms and five to seven bedrooms depending on the layout.
“Two of the reception rooms and the master bedroom both overlook the square and to the rear there is 80’ carpark which could easily be turned into parking and Westerly backing gardens. It is gas central heated throughout with a recent boiler and has a new electrical safety certificate.”
What’s more it is on the market for £475k with Farr & Farr of Longlevens – a bit of steal for a property with this much potential. You can check it out for yourself on Rightmove.
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