Standing in a simply idyllic & predominantly south facing garden of just under half an acre and benefitting from spectacular views towards Cleeve Hill, this highly individual and substantial detached Cotswold stone village house offers versatile and beautifully maintained accommodation in excess of 3500 sq.ft with the benefit of a detached double garage, extensive parking and the property is also offered with no onward chain.
Set behind beautifully crafted and pillared ornate wrought iron gates in a very tranquil and private setting this highly individual property comes to the market for the first time in thirty years. Constructed with mellow Cotswold stone complemented with mullioned leaded light windows the property simply exudes quality, charm and character. Internally the property offers four spacious reception rooms including an impressive dual aspect drawing room with an oak beamed ceiling and an exposed inglenook fireplace, a superb open plan kitchen/breakfast room fitted with an extensive range of wall and base units and an adjoining 19’ dining room ideal for entertaining. Additional ground floor accommodation comprises of a second sitting room with a connecting sun room, a shower room, sizeable second kitchen/utility room with a useful pantry/boot room and a wonderful ground floor bedroom suite fitted with a selection of wardrobes and an en-suite shower room. The first floor accommodation is equally as impressive with four bright and airy bedrooms set off a stunning galleried landing, the principal bedroom suite has the benefit of a dressing room and an en-suite bathroom and there is an additional first floor bathroom to serve the remaining bedrooms. The gardens, which feature a natural well, are without doubt one if the main features of this exquisite home, with extensive box hedging & topiary, an array of ornamental cherries, magnolias and Japanese maples and ‘David Austin’ roses providing superb spring, summer and autumn colour.
Wellbrook is situated towards the end of an established residential no through road at the foot of Cleeve Hill in the popular village of Woodmancote. The village benefits from a small selection of day to day amenities including a village shop, primary school and a public house, all of which are within walking distance of the property. Woodmancote neighbours the two larger villages of Bishop’s Cleeve and Prestbury and is just a 15 minute drive from the historic town of Cheltenham and 9 minutes from Prestbury Park Racecourse, Cheltenham is well known for its outstanding schools including Cheltenham Ladies College, Dean Close & Pates Grammar School attracting buyers from all over the world.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: 01684 295010.
Council Tax Band: (G) - £2,813.30 pa. (2022/2023).
Epc Rating: D
Strictly by prior appointment through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co.