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An immaculately presented family house located on the outskirts of the village which has been extended and improved to a very high standard by the current owners. The light and spacious accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, Sitting Room with multi-fuel stove, Kitchen/Diner with a range of bespoke units and central island which was designed and fitted by 'The Painted Kitchen Company' to include a range of integrated appliances, Utility Room, Ground Floor Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room. On the First Floor there is the Master Bedroom with built-in wardrobes and En-Suite Bathroom, a Further Double Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room and Bedroom Four/Study. The upstairs bedrooms all enjoy stunning views across open farmland towards the Cotswold escarpment as well as further afield towards Cleeve Hill and Bredon Hill.
Honeybrook is situated on the edge of the popular village of South Littleton which has its own Parish Church, village shop, tennis club, post office and primary school; a middle school is to be found in the neighbouring village of Blackminster. The nearby market town of Evesham is just four miles away, whilst to the south is the Cotswold escarpment with Broadway and Chipping Campden close by. The larger centres of Stratford-upon-Avon, Worcester and Cheltenham provide more comprehensive, cultural, educational and shopping facilities. Communications are excellent with the M5 and M40 motorways easily accessible and a mainline railway station in Honeybourne (2.5 miles) offers regular services to Worcester, Hereford, Oxford and London/Paddington.
Honeybrook occupies an enviable plot of approximately 0.85 acre and being on the outskirts of the village with farmland front and rear it has a pleasant rural feel. At the front of the property a driveway of granite chippings provides Off Road Parking for several vehicles. The front garden itself is predomiantly laid to lawn with shaped flower borders containing a variety of mature plants, shrubs and trees. There is gated side access to the rear garden. The rear garden is a 'gardener's delight' boasting as it does a huge variety of established plants and trees and really must be seen to be appreciated. Initially there is a full-width decked patio to the rear of the property with an ornamental garden pond. The first part of the garden is laid to lawn with a useful Detached Summerhouse/Garden Office facing the house. Behind this structure there are 3 further timber sheds and a greenhouse. The remainder of the garden stretches away to a small wooded copse at the end of the garden and is left to create a meadow garden with wild flowers and trees. Of particular note are the many varieties of trees including fruit trees, magnolias, chestnut and willow.
All mains services connected and gas fired central heating. The property is rated band D for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £1,631.10 for 2017/18 (Wychavon District Council).
EPC Rating C.
Sitting Room with multi-fuel stove
Ground Floor Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room
Master Bedroom with En-Suite Bathroom
Two Further First Floor Bedrooms (One with En-Suite Facilities)
Delightful Gardens Front and Rear extending to 0.85 acre with Detached Garden Office/Summerhouse
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