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A well-presented period cottage, believed to date back to around 1800 with newer additions, tucked down a no-through lane on the edge of The Leigh, a hamlet well placed for access to Tewkesbury, Gloucester and Cheltenham.
The accommodation comprises a living room with brick fireplace with inset gas stove, French windows to rear decking and patio doors to conservatory which has a lovely outlook over the garden; snug with brick fireplace with inset log burner, bespoke cupboards with glazed doors and lighting to both alcoves (available by separate negotiation) and a plate rack; dual aspect dining room with westerly views over fields to the Malverns beyond, doors to rear and door to studio; bathroom with shower over bath; kitchen/breakfast with large range cooker, oak cabinets with granite work tops over, integrated fridge, second fridge/freezer and dishwasher, island unit, gas boiler in cupboard; utility room with space for stacked washing machine and tumble dryer, Belfast sink, door to rear.
On the first floor the single bedroom is being used as an office with lovely views and there are four further bedrooms and a bathroom with bath and separate shower.
Outside, the former double garage is now being used as a studio with power and light. There is a generous level lawned garden with shrubs to borders, tranquillity garden with 3 water feature ponds and gravel, garden irrigation system, garden store and shed.
We have been verbally informed by the vendor of the following:
There is a covenant on the land to say that only one dwelling is allowed.
There is a footpath running across the drive and lawn to south boundary.
All north, west & south boundaries to be kept in good repair.
No services to be installed within 12ft of West boundary.
Cavity wall insulation has been put in since the EPC was done meaning the rating would now be higher
Plenty of Parking
Contact branch for relevant Energy Performance Certificate