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A well-presented Grade II Listed house forming part of Mickleton Manor and set within beautiful gardens and grounds. Dating back to circa C1656 The Manor was split into four dwellings in the 1980s with No 4 being the principal part. Constructed of Ashlar limestone the property has retained many fine period features to include fireplaces and stone mullion windows. Entrance is via an entrance hall with attractive tiled floor and
cloakroom off, leading to a most impressive dining room open to the second floor with a galleried landing and lantern light; fireplace with gas real flame fire, wood panelling and arched display
cabinet. The generously proportioned and elegant drawing room is naturally well-lit with high ceilings and a bay window with stone mullion windows overlooking the lawn to open countryside.
The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a range of modern units, polished granite worktops and integrated appliances to include a dishwasher, gas/electric hob combined, microwave and oven; a utility room adjoins with a secondary entrance door. A large galleried landing on the first floor overlooks the dining room and stairs continue to the second floor. There are five double/twin bedrooms arranged over the first and second floors served by three bath/shower rooms to include an en-suite to the master and family bathroom on the first floor – currently one of the bedrooms on the first floor serves as a snug, a charming room complete with fitted cabinetry and original fireplace. On the second floor there are two further, charming bedrooms served by a further bathroom
The Manor is attractively located off a no-through lane and adjoins St Lawrence’s Church. Mickleton lies at the foot of the North Cotswolds escarpment, approximately 3 miles north of the historic market town of Chipping Campden, and 6 miles from Broadway. The village has a very active community and provides an excellent range of local amenities including a minisupermarket, village shop and Post Office, butcher, a Primary school, two public houses, and an Hotel, all within walking distance of the property. Stratford-upon-Avon is approximately 9 miles distant and a mainline train service from Honeyborne (4 miles) provides a regular service to London/Paddington.
The property is approached through stone pillars onto a gravelled drive serving the whole building, to a private gated entrance with electrically operated gates. This opens to a private gravelled courtyard with parking and turning area, attractively planted with specimen trees, hedges and summer house; pedestrian gates and steps lead to a further garden area with a private door set within the boundary wall to the church. Discreetly located in the corner is a double garage with automatic doors, power and light connected. From the parking area a path leads through a clipped hedge to the front and side doors and a
paved terrace which adjoins the house. The gravelled area opens to a large expanse of lawn, interspersed with beautiful specimen trees including a magnificent Copper Beech. The lawn extends to a ha-ha wall with pasture land beyond allowing for a wonderful open vista.
All mains services connected and gas fired central heating.
The property is rated band G for Council tax resulting in a charge of £2838.13 for 2019/20.
The four properties which make up the Manor contribute to the mowing of the lawn equally which amounts to approximately £85 per month for weekly cuts during the growing season.
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