This unique and architecturally designed detached home measures in excess of 2,500sq.ft. and sits within an incredibly peaceful and private garden setting measuring 0.4 acres at the end of this no through road. The Hideaway enjoys flexible and versatile accommodation over two floors.
The Hideaway is accessed through a timber gate and approached via a beautifully designed driveway and gardens to the front of the house. The front door is set within an oak framed porch and provides access into a surprisingly bright and spacious reception hall. To the rear of the property sits a stunning open-plan kitchen/breakfast/dining/family room, complete with a contemporary fitted kitchen incorporating a breakfast bar. This large living space benefits from two sets of bi-folding doors and windows which provide access and views into the garden. The formal sitting room is positioned at the front of the property and enjoys a dual aspect and log burning stove. With two generous double bedrooms and a shower room on the ground floor, the property is particularly versatile with one of those bedrooms presently utilised as an excellent home office. The first floor offers three double bedrooms including a spacious master suite with a range of fitted wardrobes and a contemporary bathroom with separate shower enclosure. The two remaining bedrooms on this floor share the principal bathroom which also has a separate shower cubicle. The landing also provides an ideal study/library area whilst there is also a generous laundry room with airing cupboard. Outside and to the front is a gravel driveway providing plentiful off road parking and access to the detached double garage. The rear of the property is laid to lawn with a generous decked area perfectly suited to al fresco dining.
The Hideaway is located at the end of a no through road at the foot of Cleeve Hill and therefore enjoys exemplary access to some of the town’s most picturesque walking country. Local amenities including two supermarkets, local shops, primary schools, a secondary school and popular public houses may be found in Woodmancote and in nearby Bishops Cleeve. The larger centres of Winchcombe and Cheltenham, which are both within some 5 miles, offer a wider range of bespoke shops, restaurants and bars, several internationally regarded schools and popular festivals.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: (G) - £2,813.30 pa. (2019/2020).
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.