Condicup House is situated in a private position and enjoys an exceptional rural location with far reaching views, yet remains convenient for Broadway and a number of notable centres. Thought to originate from the late C19th the property has been considerably remodelled, extended and upgraded to modern standards; a single storey Cotswold stone extension to one side complements the original building and this provides a superb reception room complete with vaulted ceiling, oak floor and open stone fireplace. Further extensions to the rear have enabled the creation of a family kitchen, centred around a four oven Aga set into a hearth. Entrance is by way of an impressive stone flagged reception hall, with an oak staircase and fireplace. The versatile accommodation also includes two reception rooms within the original building serving as a study and family/tv room, plus the principal drawing room, again with an open Cotswold stone fireplace; the kitchen and two main reception rooms have French doors which open to an attractive landscaped terrace. Upstairs, there are five double/twin bedrooms which benefit from distant views and these are served by two bathrooms, one being en-suite to the master.
Situated along a small country lane approximately 1 mile from the North Cotswolds village of Willersey where local facilities include two public houses and a village shop providing for day to day needs. Broadway, approximately 4 miles distant provides a wider range of amenities. There is also a mainline railway station in Honeybourne nearby (approx. 5 miles) with a regular service to London, Paddington in about 1hr 40.
Electric gates open to a stone chipping driveway with wide grass border planted with semi-mature trees. This leads to a parking and turning area to the front and provides access to a three bay, oak framed car port providing garaging, secure storage, garden and log stores; power, light and water connected and external staircase to a room over suitable for use as a games room, office etc. The gardens are noteworthy with an expanse of lawn and many mature trees. Adjoining the house is a large paved terrace which extends across the full width of the house and linked by brick pathways, flanked by low box hedging, with stocked beds and pergola with climbers. Separated from the garden with estate fencing is a paddock with field shelter and stable block providing 4 boxes.
Mains water and electricity connected. Private drainage and oil fired central heating. Condicup House is rated band G for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £2746 for 2018/19.
NB Although the property has a Worcestershire postcode it is in Gloucestershire and within the jurisdiction of Cotswold District Council and Gloucestershire County Council.
boot room and utility
2 bathrooms (1 ensuite)