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An imposing and substantial attached period town house centrally located within the village of Hawkesbury Upton. The present owners have lovingly restored this beautiful family home. Their aim was to renovate the period features at the same time as upgrading the kitchen and living facilities to a more modern and comfortable standard. The layout of the accommodation is found over four levels. The two principal Georgian reception rooms are true to their period: spanning from front to back the rooms have, large windows with shutters and high ceilings offering space for the kitchen, snug and sitting room each with wood burners. At the rear you will find the conservatory, cloakroom and utility with access to the garden. The cellar offers a 31' games room, a workshop and a useful storage area with an external door to the side aspect and windows to the front and rear. Stairs lead from the ground floor to the first floor landing offering a light and spacious area which leads to 3 bedrooms and a family bathroom. The second floor offers 2 bedrooms and a shower room. Property Ref: STR160008
Hawkesbury Upton is a rural village which is renowned for the variety of its village activities and historical heritage located within easy access to the A46. It is serviced by a primary school, local shops, two public houses, church and chapel, and a variety of clubs and societies. Secondary schooling is offered at Katharine Lady Berkeley School in the local market town of Wotton-under-Edge whilst independent schools are located in Westonbirt, Beaudesert at Minchinhampton and Wycliffe at Stonehouse. Nearby centres include Wotton-under-Edge 4.5 miles, Bath 16.5 miles, Tetbury 9.6 miles, the closest motorway is Junction 18 (M4).
The traditional gardens lie to the rear of the property. A detached double garage with ample parking is located to the side of the house. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with mature trees and flower and shrub borders. A path leads to a patio in front of the Cotswold stone-built sun room and shed. The sun room offers bi-fold doors, flagstone flooring and a wood burner. To one side of the garden there are raised vegetable beds.
The property benefits from planning permission to build a 4 bedroom detached family home in a plot to the side of Shakespeare House. For full planning details please visit www.southglos.gov.uk and use the following reference - PK15/4599/F
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