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Constructed of natural Cotswold stone under a clay tiled roof, Old Cider Barn comprises an imaginatively converted former farm building and includes a separate self-contained cottage, garaging and a small equestrian yard with two loose boxes and a tackroom.
Entrance is via a wide reception hall with Amtico floor covering to a superb full height sitting room with stone fireplace and log burner, exposed "A" frame and beams and double glazed french doors to the garden. The recently installed kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of base and wall cupboards, with quartz worktops, an integrated dishwasher, space for an American fridge/freezer and gas fired 3 oven Aga. The dining room is on the lower groundfloor with a utility adjoining and cloakroom off. There are two double bedrooms downstairs together with a large family bathroom and an ensuite shower to the master. Upstairs there are three further bedrooms and a mezzanine study area open to the eaves and overlooking the drawing room.
THE COTTAGE comprises an open plan sitting room with vaulted ceiling and kitchenette fitted with a range of Shaker style units and a breakfast bar. Off the kitchen is a double bedroom and bathroom. The cottage also has it's own segregated garden and underfloor heating from a separate gas fired boiler located in the main house.
The property is located in a delightful tract of countryside, on the lower slopes of Bredon Hill, a Cotswolds outcrop and within the AONB; there are some delightful walks on the doorstep. The village has an active community with a church, village hall and a farm shop; Bredon nearby provides further amenities including a shop, church, two pubs, cricket club and doctors' surgery. The location is also within comfortable distance of a number of towns and city centres, including Pershore, Tewkesbury, Cheltenham, Gloucester and Worcester; the M5 can be accessed at Tewkesbury and Worcester, and a mainline railway in Pershore with regular trains to London Paddington.
Electric gates giving access to a large gravelled driveway to the front which in turn leads to a three-bay open fronted garage which adjoins the self-contained cottage. Dry stonewall boundaries and two raised lawned areas with a decked area and ornamental pond. The rear garden incorporates a delightful terrace with a raised ornamental water feature, softened by lawned areas planted with a range of trees, shrubs and herbaceous flowering plants. The Cottage garden is enclosed by fencing and incorporates a seating area, lawns and gated access to main garden.
STABLE YARD: incorporating two loose boxes and a tackroom constructed of tanalised timber with a pitched and corrugated roof. Light, power and water connected. The yard has access onto the lane via wrought-iron gates.
All mains services connected, gas fired central heating (underfloor heating in the Cottage).
Sitting Room Room
Ground Floor Master Bedroom
4 further Bedrooms
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