Recorded as dating back to 1711 and Listed Grade II, Queen Anne House is a classic Cotswold stone house built of squared limestone beneath a stone slate roof. Updated over recent years the accommodation is well-presented and arranged over three floors with the benefit of gas fired central heating. A central reception hall with cloakroom off gives access to the two reception rooms: the sitting room is a lovely light room with open stone fireplace, French doors to the rear garden, fitted cabinets and book shelving. The dining room features a handsome inglenook fireplace with fitted cupboards to the side. The kitchen/breakfast room at the rear is fitted with a range of base and wall units, polished granite work tops with sink and drainer inset, and incorporating a breakfast bar; tiled floor and part glazed rear entrance door. From the first floor a wide Oak staircase leads to a first floor landing. The main bedroom is dual aspect, of a good size and with built-in hanging cupboard. There is an additional double bedroom on this floor together with two bathrooms. On the second floor there are two further, charming attic bedrooms with exposed beams and dormer windows to the front affording distant views. Beyond the smaller bedroom is a very useful walk-in store.
The property is situated in the conservation area, near the centre of the village within walking distance of local amenities which includes a fine 15th Century Church and an excellent public house serving good food. Broadway lies approximately 2 miles distant where there are a wide range of amenities. The main shopping centres of Cheltenham and Evesham are also within easy reach, as are a number of mainline railway stations providing access to the main conurbations including London.
Pretty front garden set behind a drystone wall with gate and path to front door. Wide drive to the side providing parking and access to a detached double garage with up and over doors, pedestrian door to side and power connected. The rear garden is of a good size extending to the rear and side, laid to lawn with Cherry and Plum trees, flower beds and wide borders stocked with shrubs and perrenial plants. Sitting centrally is a delightful stone built garden room with power connected. NB THE GARDEN LAND TO THE SIDE WHICH ENCOMPASSES THE GARAGE AND DRIVE IS SUBJECT TO A 25% UPLIFT CLAUSE (APPLICABLE IN THE EVENT OF PLANNING BEING OBTAINED FOR RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT - SEPARATE DWELLING).
All mains services connected with gas fired central heating.