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Brooklea is situated in a private position and enjoys an exceptional rural location yet remains convenient for Broadway and is within easy motoring distance of a number of important centres. Originally dating back to the early 1900’s the property has been almost completely rebuilt and extended to modern standards. Finished to a very high specification, great care has been taken
to incorporate traditional features which are evident throughout. These include: exposed Cotswold stonework including stone floors in part, mullion windows and exposed stone quoins, oak joinery and latch doors. Contemporary benefits include a modern oil fired central heating system combined with under floor heating, log burners on a heat circulation system and an air to air heat pump providing air conditioning. The kitchen, with a stone flag floor, features bespoke oak fitted cabinets by Four Corners of Broadway with granite work tops, a larder cabinet and integrated appliances; central to the kitchen is a superb full height stone fireplace with an electric Everhot range cooker inset. Entrance is by way of an impressive reception hall with exposed beams, Cotswold stone features and an oak staircase. The
spacious accommodation includes two large reception rooms, both having impressive stone fireplaces with log burners, and bi-fold doors to the garden. Off the living room is a delightful oak
framed garden room with under-floor heating and direct access onto a terrace making full use of the south facing aspect.
On the first floor, a spacious landing provides access to the five bedrooms, all of which enjoy stunning views. The principal bedroom has the benefit of fitted wardrobes and a stylish en-suite
bathroom with Kohler sanitary ware. The remaining four bedrooms are served by a family bathroom and additional shower room.
Brooklea is situated on the outskirts of Broadway, one of the most popular centres in the North Cotswolds and famed for its beautiful honey-coloured Cotswold stone and wide Chestnut
lined high street filled with boutique shops, brasserie restaurants and art galleries; the village is also well-served with amenities catering for everyday requirements. The larger cultural centres
of Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon are easily accessible and there is a mainline railway with a regular service to London/ Paddington in Honeybourne approximately 6 miles distant.
The property is approached down a private lane in the ownership of the neighbouring property and entered through a five bar gate onto a gravel drive. A four bay timber framed building provides
garaging with machinery store and workshop; an external staircase at the side leads to a substantial loft over ideal for use as an office, play room or overspill accommodation if required, subject to minor alterations.
The gardens are a delight, laid to lawn with stocked beds and borders; mature hedges and a variety of semi-mature and mature trees add to the air of seclusion. Adjacent to the house is a
paved terrace and gravelled seating area linked by a paved path. Adjoining the garden is a paddock of approximately 6.1 acres which may be available by separate negotiation
Mains water and electricity connected. Private drainage and a combination of oil fired central heating supplemented by woodburners and an air to air heat exchanger providing heat and air conditioning.
The property is rated band G for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £2719.51 for 2018/19.
Three reception rooms
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