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A charming, Cotswold stone cottage attractively set within the conservation area of the village, next to the pretty church and enjoying stunning open views at the rear. Entrance is at the side by way of a solid Oak door to a small hall with cloakroom off and sliding door to a dining kitchen: fitted with a range of light oak laminate base and eye level units, and worksurfaces with an inset stainless steel sink unit; freestanding electric cooker and space for fridge/freezer. To one corner is an original inglenook fireplace (not in use). An inner hall provides access to an office/2nd reception room and sitting room with exposed beam, open stone fireplace, Oak door and patio doors to the rear with fine open views. On the first floor a spacious landing gives access to two double bedrooms, again with views and both with hanging cupboards. The bathroom is fitted with a modern suite comprising bath, a separate shower with electric Mira shower, w.c. and cupboard with hand basin inset; heated towel rail and electric panel heater.
Snowshill is a very pretty village quietly tucked away in the Cotswold Hills approximately 2 miles to the south of Broadway. The village mainly comprises period houses and cottages situated around the church, and is also home to Snowshill Manor now owned by The National Trust. There is an excellent public house and an abundance of glorious walks in the surrounding countryside. Broadway nearby caters for most daily requirements whilst more comprehensive facilities can be found in Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Evesham. A mainline train station in Moreton-in-Marsh (approx 7 miles) provides a regular service to London Paddington.
A gated drive at the side leads to a gravelled parking and turning area. Adjacent is a useful stone outbuilding/garden store. Steps lead down to a delightful cottage garden bounded by a mature hedge to one side with lawn, stocked beds and borders; the path then continues down to a productive vegetable garden. Across the rear of the cottage is a wide paved terrace from where the stunning views across Snowshill Valley can be enjoyed. RIGHTS OF ACCESS EXIST ACROSS THE REAR OF THE PROPERTY IN FAVOUR OF THE NEIGHBOURING PROPERTY - MORE DETAILS UPON REQUEST.
IMPORTANT NOTE: The neighbouring property has vehicular rights of access over the drive to a parking space which is adjacent to the stone outbuilding, and from there pedestrian access to the rear of their property. Mains water, electricity and drains connected; night storage heating. The property is rated band E for council tax resulting in a charge of £1840.14 for 2017/18. NB Although the property has a Broadway, Worcestershire address it is actually in Gloucestershire within the administrative area of Tewkesbury District Council.
two double/twin bedrooms
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