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An imposing, centrally situated Grade II Listed village house offering expansive and versatile accommodation to include a self-contained two bedroom annexe which can be incorporated into the main house if required.
Believed to date back to the late C17th the property has been altered and remodelled over the years to include the addition of a Georgian frontage and a Victorian coach house at the rear which now serves as the annexe and approached via traditional coaching gates and a cobbled yard. There is a wealth of inherent character throughout to include: a superb flag stone floor in the hall together with an elegant Regency style staircase, open fireplaces and sash windows with working shutters. The two principal reception rooms are of good ceiling heights typical of the Georgian period, while the kitchen at the rear is of an earlier period - this is now fitted with contemporary units. On the first and second floors there are six good-sized and versatile bedrooms served by five bath/shower rooms, four of which are ensuite.
The property has had an interesting history having served as a successful bed and breakfast, haberdashers and village stores, and offers a number of opportunities as well as serving as a fine family house.
Mickleton lies at the foot of the North Cotswolds escarpment, approximately 3 miles north of the historic market town of Chipping Campden. The village provides an excellent range of local amenities including a mini-supermarket, village shop, butcher, a Primary school, two public houses, and an Hotel. Stratford-upon-Avon is approximately 9 miles distant and a mainline train service from Honeyborne (4 miles) provides a service to London/Paddington.
Double gates set within a stone arch lead to a covered parking bay; this in turn opens out to a traditional, inner cobbled yard that would once have accommodated several coaches. From here there is access to the annexe and steps rise to the garden at the rear; this is a particularly noteworthy feature, with a walled boundary, lawn, mature hedge and fruit trees.
All mains services and gas fired central heating - the annexe is self contained with a separate boiler.
The annexe is rated band A for council tax and the main house is currently rated for business use with a rateable value of £5900 but subject to "Small Business Rate Relief".
Five Bath/Shower rooms
Two bedroom annexe
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