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A traditionally styled, detached family house conveniently located for access to a wide range of amenities. Dating back to the late 1980's and faced in natural Cotswold stone, the property has been upgraded in recent years and offers very well-appointed, and generously proportioned accommodation. The Sitting Room extends to an impressive 24' in length and features a stone fireplace with log-burner. The Dining Room is also of a good size, with an engineered oak floor which continues from the Entrance Hall. The Kitchen/Breakfast Room is attractively finished with a tiled floor and has been re-modelled to comprise an enamel sink with mixer tap and water softener, worktops with concealed lighting and tiled surrounds, eye and base level storage units with matching central island unit and breakfast area and a range of integrated appliances. Adjoining, with direct access from the kitchen is a Conservatory with blinds, lights and door to the Garage which is divided into a Utility Room on one side. There are 4 Double/Twin Bedrooms on the first floor, a fully tiled Family Bathroom and an Ensuite Shower to the Master Bedroom.
Mickleton lies approximately 4 miles north of the historic market town of Chipping Campden. The village provides good facilities for day to day requirements, including a mini-supermarket, Post Office, Butcher, 2 Inns, an hotel and primary school which feeds into the highly regarded Chipping Campden Secondary School. The larger centres of Stratford-upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Evesham are within driving distance, and provide more comprehensive facilities, in addition to a range of first class educational establishments. A mainline station at Honeybourne (4 miles) provides regular services to London/ Paddington.
Block paved driveway to the front providing Off Road Parking for several vehicles and access to the Garage. There is also a Car Port to one side behind which there are two timber sheds. Gated access to either side to the rear garden; beautifully landscaped, with paved paths and seating areas, shaped lawn and well stocked beds and borders featuring a wide range of specimen shrubs and perrenial plants. Small greenhouse.
All mains services connected and gas fired central heating. The property is rated band G for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £2587.45 for 2017/18.
2 Reception Rooms
Principal Bedroom with Ensuite Shower Room
3 Further Bedrooms
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