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Owletts End House is a substantial 1930s detached house which was extended in the 1990s and more recently by the current owners. Entrance is via an impressive oak-beamed Entrance Porch with an oak front door leading into the Reception Hall which has patterned quarry tiled flooring, original oak staircase with decorative stained glass window over. The accommodation itself briefly comprises: Cloakroom, Sitting Room with open fireplace and bay window, Family Room also with bay window and open fireplace. Breakfast Room with French doors leading out onto the sun terrace and opening through to the recently refitted Kitchen. The Kitchen benefits from a range of units with wooden worktops over and integrated appliances to include double electric oven, 5 ring gas hob and dishwasher. The Kitchen leads into the Orangery, which has been added by the current owners, providing a ideal environment for family living and benefiting from a lantern style roof and doors onto the rear terrace. The ground floor accommodation is completed by a Utility Room and downstairs Shower Room. There are Four Bedrooms on the first floor, a Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom and attached Dressing Room, and Three Further Bedrooms as well as a Family Bathroom. Viewing of this spacious family house is highly recommended to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Owletts End is a quiet back water approximately half a mile from the centre of Evesham. Evesham is a vibrant market town, with a delightful riverside park, remains of a historical Abbey, schools covering all age groups and a wide range of shops catering for day to day requirements. The larger centres of Stratford-upon-Avon (13 miles), Worcester (15 miles) and Cheltenham (17 miles) provide more comprehensive facilities, and a mainline railway station offers services to London Paddington.
Owletts End House sits in the centre of a generous 0.45 acre plot. It is approached via double five barred wooden gates which open out onto a gravelled driveway which provides Off Road Parking for several vehicles and access to the Detached Triple Garage Block. The garage block consisits of a Single Garage and a Double Garage, all with up/over doors, power and light. At the front of the property there is a lawned area with well-stocked flower borders and adjacent vegetable plot. Beyond this is an attractive south-facing terrace with flower borders containing a variety of mature plants and trees. To the rear of the property there is a full width block paved patio with steps down to a lawned area with a number of mature trees to include magnolia, silver birch and weeping willow. Immediately to the rear of the garage block is a greenhouse and small herb garden. A timber framed shed/workshop also runs along the back wall of the garage block.
All mains services connected, gas fired central heating. The property is rated Band G for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £2,664.63 for 2017/18 (Wychavon District Council).
Ground Floor Shower Room
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