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The Old School House is, as its name suggests, a former Victorian School House which has been sympathetically converted and refurbished into a surprisingly spacious cottage of great charm. The accommodation briefly comprises: Entrance Hall with stone tiled flooring, Sitting Room with feature fireplace and log-burning stove, Dining Room with double doors into the garden, Kitchen/Breakfast room with bay window, granite work surfaces, central island and a range of solid wood and cream units, Study, Cloakroom, Utility Room, Three Bedrooms all with En-Suite Facilities. Viewing is highly recommended to fully appreciate the character and scope of this highly individual character property.
Wick is a popular and sizeable village which lies just to the east of Pershore. The village has a church, playing field and an active village/social club where a wide range of activities take place. Pershore is a pleasant walk across river meadows to the east and provides a wide range of facilities to include a theatre and arts centre, swimming pool, a newly built cottage hospital and a wide variety of shops and stores catering for everyday use. There are good road links to the larger towns of Evesham, Worcester and Cheltenham and two access points for the M5 at Worcester. Pershore has a railway station on the London Paddington line.
The well-maintained south facing cottage gardens wrap around the rear and side of the property and provide separate seating areas to enjoy the garden at different times of the day. The main garden is accessed from double doors off the Dining Room and is initially laid to a paved patio area with a seating area which benefits from a retractable canopy that provides protection from the sun or rain and allows sheltered alfresco dining. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn with well-stocked shaped flower borders and privacy provided by hedging to all sides. The garden continues round the property and there is another secluded gravelled patio area which also has access from the Sitting Room. There is also a Garage (18' x 10'6'') with power and light, an electric roller shutter door and rear pedestrian door.
All mains services connected. Gas-fired central heating. Rated band F for Council Tax (Wychavon District Council) resulting in a charge of £2227.37 (2016/17).
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