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A detached Grade II Listed stone house, with good-sized gardens, well situated for local amenities. Recorded as dating back to the 1600's, the original part is constructed from blue lias stone with a timber frame and was extended approximately 200 years later in Cotswold stone. The property has undergone recent improvements and retains many original features to include some fine exposed beams and stonework, elm and stone flagged floors, and fine open fireplaces.
The accommodation comprises: three reception rooms, a modern fitted kitchen with granite surfaces, range cooker and large pantry off, a conservatory, utility, cloakroom and cellar, with 5 double/twin bedrooms upstairs served by 3 bath/shower rooms (2 ensuite).
The property faces on to Coopers Lane, a quiet back water approximately half a mile from the centre of Evesham. Evesham is a vibrant market town on the river Avon, with a delightful riverside park, remains of a historical Abbey, schools covering all age groups and a wide range of shops catering for day to day requirements. The larger centres of Stratford-upon-Avon (13 miles), Worcester (15 miles) and Cheltenham (17 miles) provide more comprehensive, cultural, educational and shopping facilities. Communications are excellent and a mainline railway station offers regular services to Worcester, Oxford and London/Paddington.
The property has vehicular access off both Coopers Lane to the front or via Watsons Lane at the rear where there are automated gates sealing off a private drive which provides parking for several vehicles. There are a number of brick outbuildings currently used for storage along with an office and a converted garage from which a dog grooming business is currently run - insulated and with power and water connected it is thought that this building would be ideal for a number of alternative uses or could be reinstated as a garage relatively easily. The gardens are of a southerly aspect to the rear and of a good size with lawn, paved terracing and pathways, semi-mature specimen trees and herbaceous borders; work and compost area to the side with garden sheds.
All mains services connected, gas fired central heating. Rated band F for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £2253.56 for 2016/17. The salon is rated separately for business use but subject to 100% small business rate relief resulting in nil charge for 2016/17 - more information upon request.
3 Bath/Shower Rooms (2 en-suite)
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