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A remodelled and sympathetically extended link-detached family house attractively set in a small village close with lovely views across the surrounding countryside to Bredon Hill and beyond. The property offers well-presented accommodation with the former sitting room now serving as a good-sized dining room; this leads into a lovely, light and bright sitting room at the rear with log-burner and picture windows allowing for views over the garden to Bredon Hill. The kitchen/breakfast room has room for a dining table, is well-fitted and includes a double oven, dishwasher and fridge/freezer; off this is a seating area with patio doors to the rear garden. Adjoining the kitchen is a large utility/boot room with fitted units to one wall with work tops, additional cupboards and pantry. A single storey extension to the rear incorporates a cloakroom and double bedroom with fitted wardrobes and double glazed window overlooking the garden. Upstairs there are three additional bedrooms, with a dressing area, wardrobes and ensuite shower room to the principal bedroom. The other two bedrooms are served by a family bathroom. The rear facing bedrooms have lovely distant views.
Dumbleton is situated on the north-eastern edge of Dumbleton Hill and is included within the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. The village is remarkably unspoilt and has the benefit of a renowned Cricket Ground, a fine Norman Church, a village club and an hotel. Broadway (6 miles) and Cheltenham (12 miles) all offer first class educational, shopping and leisure facilities. The village is also well-placed for communications with the M5 motorway at Tewkesbury (approx 7 miles) and a mainline station with services to London Paddington in Evesham (6 miles).
Off-road parking to the front of the house with further parking at the side with outside lighting. Beyond is a detached single garage with drive to the front; with twin doors, power and light connected and pedestrian door to a side garden with water tap and a separate bin storage area with LPG storage tank. The garden to the immediate rear has been attractively laid out and benefits from a lovely westerly aspect with open views to Bredon Hill and beyond; with lawn, paved seating areas, stocked beds and borders, raised vegetable beds and raspberry canes.
Mains water and electricity, LPG central heating from a combination boiler. The property is rated band E for Council tax resulting in a charge of £1991.61 for 2018/19.
Ground Floor Bedroom
Three Further Bedrooms
Two Bathrooms (Ensuite to Master)
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