This classic double fronted property stands in a prime position in the heart of this popular rural village with excellent local amenities on the doorstep. Retaining a wealth of character features the property offers a versatile layout including a spacious ground floor guest suite, a large rear garden, generous parking and a workshop.
A wonderful opportunity to acquire a period village house in the popular area of Alderton with the benefit of a generous south/westerly facing garden, gated off road parking for 3/4 vehicles and a useful workshop whilst internally the property retains a wealth of charm and character features including exposed floors and pretty fireplaces. The accommodation briefly comprises of a 24’ kitchen/breakfast room, snug with a cloakroom, dual aspect drawing room with a fireplace, formal dining room with exposed flooring, ground floor bedroom suite providing useful ancillary accommodation whilst on the first floor there are three spacious bedrooms and a superb family bathroom with contemporary fittings.
Impressive beautifully proportioned Georgian home with accommodation in excess of 2100 sq.ft with high ceilings, pretty fireplaces & deep sash windows
Generous reception hall with access to the dining room, dual aspect drawing room & useful cellarage
Sizeable 24’ kitchen/breakfast room with a view of the garden and an adjoining snug room with a cloakroom and a guest bedroom suite beyond
Three first floor bedrooms, the principal benefits from fitted wardrobes and a superb family bathroom with a free standing bath with a shower over
Gated driveway parking for 3/4 vehicles, workshop and an established south/west facing garden
Alderton is a very popular North Gloucestershire village surrounded by gorgeous open countryside standing at the foot of Dumbleton Hill, conveniently situated for access to the old Mercian town of Winchcombe as well as the larger regional towns and villages of Tewkesbury, Broadway, Evesham and Bishops Cleeve all of which provide a wide selection of amenities, schools and medical facilities. The village itself benefits from an excellent shop/post office, thriving parish church, primary school and a popular public house, access to the main transport network can be found 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: (F) – £2,759.62 (2022/2023).
Epc Rating: TBC
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.