An historic Grade II listed farmhouse c.16th century with a 19th century wing set on the edge of this ancient Saxon town within walking distance of local shops and Sudeley Castle where Katherine Parr, the last wife of Henry VIII is buried, and believed to have connections to her family.
The accommodation comprises a hall with storage cupboard and butler cupboard with ceramic sink; triple aspect sitting room with pretty bow window, inglenook fireplace with log burner stove; dining room; summer sitting room with doors to garden; study; kitchen with electric hob, double oven, dishwasher, fridge, freezer, underfloor heating in kitchen; utility room with space for washing machine and tumble dryer, w.c.
On the first floor is a dual aspect double bedroom with built-in wardrobes and a further double bedroom also with wardrobes and a wash basin; bathroom with bath and separate shower. On the second floor is a third dual aspect bedroom with an occasional bedroom off with en-suite w.c. and wash basin.
Outside, there is plenty of parking and a lovely lawned garden with mature cherry tree, willow, conifer etc backing onto the River Isbourne and beyond that the grounds of Sudeley Castle. There is a particularly pleasing elevation from the rear facing the garden, river and fields adjacent to Sudeley Castle. To one side is an outbuilding which, subject to listed building and planning consents, could be converted into further accommodation.
Summer Sitting Room
Outbuilding (possible Annexe subject to p.p.)
Lovely Gardens Sloping Down to the River Isbourne
Parking on Driveway