This substantial stone built house, dating from the 1970’s stands at the head of this quiet no through road, on rising ground, thus enjoying spectacular views to the front and rear and adjoining open fields. Notably the property has been owned by the same family since its construction some 46 years ago.
An attractive detached family house constructed with Cotswold stone and part half-timbered elevations. Internally the accommodation is generous and does now require a programme of restoration and updating, in particular the kitchen and bathroom. The plot is a good size and would accommodate a larger house if required, also there is scope to create a loft conversion to make even more of the stunning views over open countryside.
Standing on rising ground at the head of this quiet and popular no through road adjoining open fields and commanding spectacular views to the front and rear, this family home is located in Southam, a small rural village standing at the foot of Cleeve Hill about one mile from both Bishops Cleeve and Prestbury, both of which afford an excellent range of local shops. There are some lovely walks around the village and Cleeve Common is within a short drive. Cheltenham is about four miles distant boasting a wide range of shops, restaurants and several internationally recognised schools and festivals.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: G – £2,531.78 pa. 2017/2018.
Viewings are strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. on 01242 222722.