A substantial detached home located within a highly regarded, private development, with walled gardens, sweeping gravelled driveway and detached double garage
Letwell House is situated in the delightful area of Charingworth and features a private gravel driveway leading up to the house and outbuilding. The house dates back to 1998 and is part of a small private development of seven properties, each constructed in a different style. The accommodation briefly comprises an entrance hall with cloakroom and leads into a kitchen/breakfast room which has a mixture of floor and wall mounted units and leads to a separate utility room with side access to the garden. There is a lovely dining room with views to the rear garden, a spacious drawing room with French doors to the front and rear of the house. A separate study completes the ground floor which can also lend itself to a second sitting room or children's play room Upstairs, there are four bedrooms in total and a family bathroom. Two of the bedrooms have en suite shower rooms and dressing rooms. The two remaining bedrooms share the family bathroom. Outside, there is a substantial garden with an expansive plot which wraps around the house. The rear garden has a stunning feature wall which ensures privacy to the garden which has a mixture of mature plants, trees and shrubs. To the front of the house is a detached garage with additional living space above it with shower room. This would make an excellent annexe if converted fully (subject to planning consent). There is ample parking for several cars.
Tucked away in the folds of the Cotswold Hills, the thriving Anglo-Saxon market town of Winchcombe is well known for its warm toned Cotswold stone cottages, tea shops, good local amenities and traditional medieval architecture..Winchcombe has a wide range of facilities to include a number of art and antique shops, pubs, restaurants, butchers, bakers and greengrocers, a parish church and excellent medical and dental services. High Street and boutique shopping can be found in Broadway Stow-on-the Wold and Cheltenham.A40 8½ miles, Cheltenham 8 miles, Broadway 8 miles, Stow-on-the-Wold 12 miles, Moreton-In-Marsh 14 miles, Stratford-upon-Avon 23 miles, Oxford 40 miles, London 100 miles (distances approximate).Directions: From Cheltenham travel through Winchcombe on the B4632. Heading out of Winchcombe past Chandos Street on your left. After about 300 metres you will see two stone pillars at the entrance of Charingworth, Head up the tarmac drive, when it changes to gravel turn to the right and the property can be found towards the end.