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Pennfields is a surprisingly spacious detached Edwardian cottage with a delightful garden in the sought after village of Ashton under Hill. The accommodation briefly comprises: Covered Entrance Porch, Entrance Hall, Sitting Room with bay window to the front, fireplace with log-burning stove and french doors to rear verandah, Dining Room with fireplace and bay window to the front, Snug/Sudy with fireplace and bay window overlooking the rear garden, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Conservatory, Ground floor Shower Room, Three Bedrooms and First floor Bathroom. Internal inspection of this charming cottage is highly recommended.
Ashton-under-Hill is a picturesque village within the Cotswold AONB and with excellent facilities including OFSTED rated 'good' primary school and 'outstanding' rated middle school and a popular village pub. The village is well placed for access to the market towns of Evesham and Pershore, and more extensive shopping facilities can be found in Cheltenham (approx 12 miles). The M5 (J9) at Tewkesbury is also within easy reach being approximately 7 miles distant.
The front of the property is accessed via a gravelled driveway which provides Off Road Parking for several vehicles and access to the Garage and further Car-Port to the side. The Garage itself has an up and over door, power and light and a personal door to the rear. Shaped flower borders and pedestrian access to the rear on either side of the property. The plot itself extends to just over 0.4 of an acre and the delightful rear garden is a particularly noteworthy feature of the property. Immediately to the rear of the property there is a full width paved patio with steps down to the formal part of the garden which is laid to lawn with a charming ornamental pond and shaped flower borders containing a variety of plants and shrubs including many different varieties of rose bushes. The garden continues down to a lower level which is kept unmown to encourage wildlife with a path leading down to the end of the garden where there are far-reaching views across open farmland towards the Cotswold escarpment and Broadway Tower.
Mains water and electricity. Liquid Propane Gas Fired Central Heating. Rated band E for Council Tax (Wychavon District Council) resulting in a charge of £1896.56 (2016/17).
Ground Floor Shower Room
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