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A traditional, Grade II Listed cottage, delightfully situated in the heart of this popular village at the end of a no-through lane, close to open countryside and opposite the village church.
Recorded as dating back to the mid-late C17th century, the cottage has been updated over recent years and extended by way of a bespoke built, double glazed conservatory which is heated for year round use. The property offers well-presented accommodation and retains many character and original features.
Entrance is to the side which leads into an entrance lobby off which is a modern bathroom. The kitchen has space for a table and has the benefit of a large pantry which is also plumbed for a washing machine; double bi-part doors open to the rear conservatory which is tiled with reclaimed quarry tiles and further doors open to the garden. The sitting room is full of character with a beamed ceiling, inglenook fireplace, original cupboards and elm doors. An elm staircase leads to the full height bedroom which features wide elm floor boards, exposed beams and an oak panelled fitted wardrobe.
The village of Alderton is positioned between the Cotswold Escarpment and Bredon Hill. Local amenities include a village church, a village shop, The Gardeners Arms, and primary school. Winchcombe, approximately 5 miles, provides for most day to day requirements whilst Cheltenham (10 miles), provides more comprehensive shopping, leisure and cultural facilities. The property is also well placed for road links with access to the M5 (J9) at Tewkesbury approximately 5 miles distant.
A small garden fronts onto the lane and a block paved path at the side leads to the entrance. Garden gate to the rear garden with a full width, Cotswold stone paved patio adjoining the cottage. The garden is a particular feature with lawn, raised flower beds, a reclaimed brick paved path and further patio positioned for the evening sun; garden shed.
All mains services. Gas fired central heating. The property is rated band D for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £1424.94 for 2015/16.
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