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A beautifully presented two bedroom period character cottage situated in the popular village of Broom that has undergone a sympathetic refurbishment. The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall, Rear Lobby, Sitting Room with inglenook fireplace and inset wood-burning stove, Kitchen/Diner, Two Bedrooms and Bathroom. As well as being a charming main home this quirky cottage would be ideal as a second home or holiday cottage. No onward chain.
Broom is an attractive riverside location astride the River Arrow. The village has two inns and a village hall, with a wider range of local shopping and leisure amenities and a primary school in the nearby village of Bidford on Avon, 1.5 miles away. Situated 7 miles to the west of Stratford upon Avon and 4 miles south of Alcester, Broom is well located for the A46, which provides an easy link to the region's motorway network with the M42 to the north, M40 at the east at Warwick and access to the M5 either via Worcester or Tewkesbury to the south. There are also regular trains to London Paddington from either Honeybourne (7 miles) or Evesham (8 miles).
To the rear of the property there is a delightful south-facing cottage garden, predominantly laid to lawn and enclosed by wooden panel fencing and hedging. Timber framed garden shed. Feature stone circular patio area ideal for al-fresco dining. An unusual feature of the property is that there is a Single Garage/Store (14' x 7'10'') at the rear, in need of some attention, which is accessed over the neighbour's property to the side..
All mains services connected and gas fired central heating. The property is rated Band C for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £1,547.27 for 2017/18 (Stratford District Council).
Kitchen/ Dining room
Wood burning stove
South-facing rear garden
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate