An immaculately restored and totally unique Cotswold stone village house with flexible working from home accommodation standing in peaceful and private gardens. Dating from the 1600s, Listed Grade II, the property retains the old village shop which comes with valuable planning permission to convert to a two bedroom self-contained cottage.
Dating from the 1600s, this fine Grade II listed Cotswold stone village house has recently been all but entirely restored by the present owners during their tenure and offers flexible working from home accommodation. Well House has also been significantly enlarged therefore enjoys grand proportions and retains exceptional period features such as mullion windows, flagstone floors and an impressive inglenook fireplace with an adjoining bread oven. The property also stands in a peaceful village setting with the benefit of fibre broadband.
•Beautifully finished character home of immense proportions retaining a wealth of historic features with the benefit of ancillary accommodation
•Spacious kitchen/dining room with a flagstone floor (the kitchen requires installation)
•Charming sitting room with a large inglenook fireplace and an adjoining snug room
•Rear hall with utility and cloakrooms
•Four generous double bedrooms, set over two floors and three bath/shower rooms including two bedroom suites
•Double carport with a self-contained one bedroom flat above
•Private and immaculate landscaped gardens with off road parking for 3/4 cars
Well House is situated in the heart of the popular Cotswold village of Gretton, set back from the main village street, within walking distance of The Royal Oak, the village’s popular public house. Winchcombe is located less than two miles distant where a wide range of amenities may be found including public houses, restaurants, doctors and dentists surgeries together with supermarkets, schooling and the famous Sudeley Castle, one of the Cotswolds’ most visited attractions. Tewkesbury is almost equidistant and provides a wider variety still whilst Cheltenham is within a 20 minute drive.
Mains water, gas, electricity and mains drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: (G) - £2,837.90pa. (2019/2020).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.