A substantial, detached property attractively located in one of Evesham's premier locations, backing onto rolling countryide with fine open views.
Individually designed and constructed in 1934 for a local businessman, the property was evidently built to a high standard. Having been owned by the same family since 1960 it has now reached a stage where updating and modernisation is required but many original features remain including: open fireplaces with art deco surrounds in the sitting and dining rooms, wood block floors in the hall and principal reception rooms, a fine staircase in the reception hall and leaded windows. Typical of the era, the rooms are generously proportioned and of good ceiling heights allowing for good levels of natural light and superb, distant views at the rear. The roof structure was also hand built and as such there is a large loft which could lend itself to conversion subject to the normal consents.
Standing in a large mainly walled plot of approximately 0.7 of an acre (excludes plot) planning permission has been granted on part of the garden (0.27 acre) to the side for a detached two storey dwelling which is for sale by separate negotiation.
Set in the Greenhill area within a half mile of Evesham town centre, the property is well placed for a wide range of amenities and within the catchment area for Prince Henry's High School; it is also within walking distance of the train station with regular services to London, Paddingon. The A46 and A44 are also both nearby and provide excellant road links to a number of the regions business centres and the motorway network.
Access via a gated drive set within a high, brick boundary wall. The drive leads through a mature copse of mature, specimen trees and in turn passes the front of the house to a parking and turning area where there is a detached garage building comprising two garages with power and light connected and sliding doors; adjoining is a secondary gated access. The gardens are a delight with a copse of mature trees to the front including Yew, Oak, Horse Chestnut etc. ensuring a high degree of privacy. Lawn to the side with fruit bushes extending to the rear with a derelict greenhouse, stocked beds and borders. A gate within the rear boundary wall leads to a further area of garden which adjoins farmland to the rear.
All mains services connected and gas fired central heating. The property is rated band G for Council tax resulting in a charge of £2,904.95 for 2019/20.
cloakroom & outside wc
5 double bedrooms
mature gardens with woodland and walled boundary