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A traditional, Grade II Listed cottage, situated in the heart of this delightful village with a good-sized garden and off road parking. Upgraded over recent years, this delightful cottage now provides a stylish home with many character and contemporary features of note. Within the older part, the dining hall and sitting room are both awash with exposed timbers and feature oak floors, exposed stonework and fireplaces; the traditional inglenook fireplace in the sitting room is particularly noteworthy with a flagged hearth and log burner. Off the sitting room is a study with a lovely outlook over the rear garden. To the rear is a kitchen fitted with a range of units with work surfaces incorporating a Belfast sink and range cooker; a built-in cupboard houses the recently installed oil-fired boiler and is also plumbed for a washing machine. A rear lobby with cloakroom off provides access to the rear garden.
There are two charming, cottage bedrooms upstairs, the principal bedroom being particularly noteworthy, having a double aspect and featuring exposed timbers; both rooms have the benefit of built-in hanging cupboards and are served by a contemporary bathroom.
Pebworth is an attractive rural village, situated at the edge of the North Cotswolds, on the borders of South Warwickshire and Worcestershire. Local amenities include The Masons Arms, a church and pre-school. A mini-supermarket and further facilities will be found in the nearby village of Mickleton (approx 3 miles) as well as Bidford-upon-Avon (approx. 4 miles). Stratford-upon-Avon is approximately 9 miles distant and a mainline railway station in nearby Honeybourne (3 miles) provides a regular service to London, Paddington.
The gardens are mainly laid to lawn with trees and shrubs surrounding and bordered on one side by a fine dry stone wall. At the rear of the garden, segregated by a low fence is a hardstanding parking area for several vehicles accessed by a shared private driveway which also serves the neighbouring properties.
Mains water and drains connected; oil fired central heating. The property is rated band E for Council Tax.
Rear Lobby & Cloakroom
Rear Vehicular Access
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