This classic Grade II Listed detached black and white village house is offered in excellent order whilst retaining a wealth of character features. The property benefits from a wonderfully large and private established garden as well as being located within walking distance of all the village amenities.
The Old Bakehouse simply oozes charm and character and retains a wealth of period features including two fireplaces a mass of exposed beams and stone walls. Dating from the 17th Century the property is Listed Grade II having the classic black and white timber framed elevations set on a stone plinth under a thatched roof with eyebrow dormer windows. Internally the property flows well with the benefit of a bespoke kitchen and sealed unit double glazed windows. Externally the gardens are a delight, compartmentalised with two areas of lawn, mature shrubbery, a pretty parterre garden and dry stone walling to surround.
Peaceful location in a thriving village community
A fine example of a beautiful Grade II listed village house, offered in very good order and with no onward chain
Bespoke kitchen/breakfast room with an adjoining useful utility and cloak room
Charming reception hall, three generous reception rooms including a fine original inglenook fireplace
Four sizeable bedrooms and two bathrooms including the principal bedroom suite which also has the added benefit of a dressing room/office space
Large, private mature gardens, single garage and off road parking
Located near the centre of this popular North Gloucestershire village which offers several amenities including an excellent shop/post office, popular primary school, secondary school bus stops, village pub and proactive Parish church. The larger centres of Winchcombe and Bishops Cleeve are both within 5 miles and offer an excellent range of shops, supermarkets, and secondary schools whilst Tewkesbury and Cheltenham are some 7 and 9 miles distant. The village of Alderton is well placed to access the main transport network at Junction 9 of the M5 Motorway and Ashchurch railway station.
Mains water, electricity, gas fired central heating and mains drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: (G) – £3,084.86 (2021/2022).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.