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Situated within the village conservation area and off a small no-through lane, Woodcote House is well-situated at the top of the village adjoining open countryside. The property offers well-presented and spacious accommodation and is entered through a flag paved porch and into a reception hall with oak flooring. There are three reception rooms and the sitting room's focal point is a charming Cotswold stone fireplace with Clearview stove - patio doors take full advantage of the views and lead to the garden and decking. The dining room opens into a conservatory, again with direct access to the garden. The kitchen is a stunning room fitted with cream units which incorporate a number of appliances to include a gas fired range cooker with electric oven, and dishwasher. A central island with a granite work surface incorporates the sink and beyond is a large breakfast/dining area with two fitted dressers and doors to garden. There are four double bedrooms upstairs served by three bath/shower rooms to include an ensuite to the master and three of the bedrooms have the benefit of fitted wardrobes.
Elmley Castle is a delightful and sought-after village lying at the base of Bredon Hill, a Cotswolds outcrop over which there are numerous paths and bridleways. Local facilities include a first school, a Parish Church, cricket club and highly regarded 16th Century village inn. The village is well placed for access to a number of larger centres including Pershore (4 miles), Evesham (7 miles) and Worcester (15 miles). Junction 7 of the M5 is approximately 13 miles distant and there are mainline railway stations in both Pershore and Evesham.
The property is approached via a gated tarmac drive flanked by mature hedging ensuring a high degree of privacy. This leads to a gravel parking and turning area which in turn gives access to the DOUBLE GARAGE with internal door. The well-stocked rear garden has been beautifully landscaped and takes full advantage of its glorious setting with open views over pastureland. Adjoining the house is a mixture of paved patio and wooden decking both providing wonderful areas for al-fresco dining. A small stream runs through the garden and two small bridges lead over to the main lawned area. The garden extends to the side with further lawn and a large garden shed with power and lighting connected.
Mains water, drainage and electricity. LPG gas bottles for cooking and oil fired central heating.
master bedroom with en-suite bathroom
3 further bedrooms
family bathroom and shower room
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