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Oakham Lodge was built circa 1997 and is faced in natural reclaimed Cotswold stone beneath a tiled roof. The property takes full advantage of its edge of village location with some fine views across the surrounding countryside.
Entrance is via a stone porch to the front and entrance hall with stairs to the first floor. A further door opens to the kitchen/breakfast room with tiled floor and designated dining area plus fitted kitchen with a gas fired Rayburn and a range of integrated appliances; a window to the front affords lovely open views and French doors open to the gravelled terrace at the rear. The sitting room features an open fireplace with log burner, central beam and natural wood floor. There is a second versatile reception room currently used as an office but suitable for use as a dining room or family room if required. Adjoining the kitchen is a large utility room with cloakroom off and a side entrance hall/boot room with fitted cupboards. On the first floor there are 4 double bedrooms served by a family bath/shower room and ensuite bathroom to the master; 3 of the bedrooms have fitted wardrobes and there are some lovely views across Ebrington and to the surrounding countryside.
Ebrington is a picturesque village within the North Cotswolds AONB and just 3 miles from the renowned market town of Chipping Campden and approximately 8 miles from Broadway. The village is well-served with a parish church, the popular Ebrington Arms and primary school which feeds into Chipping Campden High School; it is also well-placed for a number of other larger centres, including Stratford-upon-Avon, Shipston-on-Stour and Moreton-in-Marsh where a mainline railway station provides a regular service to London Paddington in about 1 hour 30 minutes.
Lawned front garden set behind a low Cotswold stone boundary wall with stocked beds and borders. Parking for several cars to the front and pedestrian gate to corner with path to front door. The garden extends to the side and rear where there is a wide gravelled terrace with outside lighting and a low brick boundary wall with fencing and climbers.
All mains services connected. The property is rated band G for Council tax resulting in a charge of £2571.30 for 2017/18.
utility and boot room
family bath/shower room
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