Situated on a no-through lane in the highly sought after Cotswold Village of Draycott, and within catchment for the excellent Chipping Campden School, Willowbrook House is a beautiful, detached Cotswold Stone property thought to date back to the late-19th century. It has been modernised throughout and now offers a superb balance of space, light, practicality and charm that is difficult to come by.
The ground floor accommodation consists of an entrance hall with solid wood flooring leading to a good sized kitchen with granite worktops and a four-oven gas AGA, a utility room with access to the rear garden, a light and bright dining area that again opens onto the garden via a set of french doors and a large conservatory / sun room with digitally-controlled ventilation and fitted blinds. This room completes a lovely flow to the house by neatly linking the dining area to the living room at the front of the property which houses a Clearview log burner.
The first floor comprises a well-proportioned, dual aspect master bedroom and en suite bathroom with roll top bath. A light and airy landing that overlooks the garden leads to the second bedroom and family bathroom.
The second floor has a further two double bedrooms and bathrooms (one en suite with shower,) as well as velux windows looking out from each bedroom over the garden once more.
Draycott is a small village located in the Chipping Campden School catchment, within the parish of Blockley (approximately 1 mile distant). Local amenities in Blockley include an excellent village shop, a primary school, St Peters Church and two public houses. The market town of Moreton-in-Marsh lies just 4 miles distant where a wide range of amenities catering for every day requirements can be found together with a mainline railway station with a regular service to London, Paddington (approx. 1 hr 30).
The house is accessed via a semi-circular ‘in and out’ carriage sweep, with a central lawn and a beautiful array of plants and trees, leading to the parking area and double garage. The rear garden has a sunken terrace accessed from the dining area and conservatory (perfect for socializing) with a pergola covered with wisteria, clematis, roses and grape vines. Steps lead from here up to a spacious lawn and an arch of cordened apple, pear, and quince trees and various well stocked flower borders.
A high beech hedge at the rear partitions the main garden from an enclosed orchard beyond.
All mains services connected, gas fired central heating. The property is rated band G for council tax