Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This delightful Cotswold stone cottage has recently undergone a comprehensive programme of refurbishment by the current owners and offers the perfect blend of period character with contemporary benefits, creating a charming country home. Entrance is via a stable door which leads to a lovely beamed sitting room with an impressive stone fireplace and log burner - this room together with the other principal ground floor rooms benefits from underfloor heating. The accommodation to the rear has been extended by way of a superb orangery style living space with a tiled floor and lantern roof light; double doors open to the landscaped garden and the room is open plan to a well-fitted kitchen with central island, and a range of units incorporating integrated appliances including a self-cleaning electric oven, microwave, fridge, washing machine and dishwasher. A cloakroom completes the accommodation downstairs. There are two charming and beautifully decorated cottage bedrooms upstairs and a contemporary, tiled bathroom.
Weston Subedge is a most attractive North Cotswold village, lying at the foot of Dovers Hill and is home to a 13th Century church and Public House. Chipping Campden and Broadway with their range of shops and amenities are about 3 and 4 miles away respectively. Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham would be regarded as the main regional cultural, shopping and educational centres.
A shared drive leads to parking at the side with room for two vehicles parked in tandem. The compact garden is a delight being of a sunny aspect with paved seating areas, a small lawn, raised beds, summerhouse and workshop with power connected.
All mains services connected with gas fired central heating. Rated band D for Council tax resulting in a charge of £1640.49 for 2018/19.
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