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It is believed this handsome village house, formerly a rectory, is primarily Georgian with earlier origins. The majority of the accommodation to the front of the property, particularly the principal reception rooms, exhibit appealing Georgian features such as high sash windows with their original shutters, tall ceilings, attractive fireplaces, ornate cornicing and generous room dimensions. Over recent years there has been a programme of renovations carried out creating a more fashionable and contemporary feel to the property. However, there are still a few areas which could be altered or reconfigured, particularly the kitchen/breakfast room, utility and connecting workshop/store. This exciting opportunity allows the new owner to design their own style of kitchen/breakfast room (subject to relevant regulations). On the first and second floors 5 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a shower room are found. The current owners were attracted to Springhill House for several reasons: the convenient location, the excellent selection of local schooling, the well proportioned living space and the fabulous level garden, perfect for their growing family. Unusually for a village property of this kind, it is served by mains drainage and high-speed fibre broadband. The Aga in the kitchen is supplied by mains gas. Property Ref: STR160155
Springhill House is located on the fringe of the Severn Vale border village of Eastington, with an outlook over open farmland and the escarpment face of the Cotswolds in the distance. Despite tasting the flavour of rural village life there are excellent communications with major routes leading to the principal towns and cities in the region. Eastington is well served with village shops, an award winning public house The Badger and the Ofsted “outstanding” 2007/2008 primary school. The M5 is just one mile away. London (Paddington) trains can be obtained at Stonehouse and Stroud, reaching the capital in approximately 90 minutes.
A sweeping driveway passes through a small area of woodland leading up to the front of the property and continuing behind for further parking. The grounds are primarily laid to lawn with formal and informal areas. A delightful courtyard is located at the rear. Also there is a hard tennis court, children’s play area, timber shed and greenhouse.
For your information: The majority of the plot is on one title; however there is an extra strip of land beside the tennis court and orchard registered on a second title included in the sale.
Stone Entrance Porch
Kitchen/Breakfast Room & Pantry
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