Ripplebrook House is a handsome individually designed residence by renouned architect Peter Falconer; an architect with a notably varied practice ranging to overseeing the remodelling of Highgrove House for the Prince of Wales.
Built in 1964, the house is well proportioned and has been further extended and improved by the current owners. Well balanced accommodation and beautifully presented, Ripplebrook House will make an excellent family home for the new owners.
The popular village of Ripple offers a good pub/restaurant which tends to be the social centre of the village. Community functions are regularly held at the Parish Hall.
The nearby village of Twyning offers a wider range of local amenities including an excellent primary school, post office/mini-market and two popular pubs. Upton Upon Severn is also nearby offering broader amenities plus a marina and hosts various annual festivals.
Approximately 4 miles away is Tewkesbury Town which has a good range of shopping facilities, whilst more extensive amenities are available in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Malvern and Worcester. Communications are excellent with junctions of the M5 and M50 motorways nearby; mainline rail services are available from Cheltenham and Gloucester whilst Birmingham and Bristol International Airports are easily accessible as well.
Handsome Family Residence
Generous Mature Gardens
Well Propertioned Accommodation
Beautifully Presented Throughout
3 Bath/Shower Rooms
3 Reception Rooms