• For Sale
  • Guide price 1,100,000 GBP 
  • Build Size: 3,111 ft2
  • Land Size: 3,111 ft2
  • Bedroom: 4
  • Bathroom: 2
Set in 3.9 acres, a wonderful village home complete with an annex, garaging and equestrian facilities
Overlooking pretty gardens on three sides with pony paddocks beyond, Tudor Cottage is a delightful 17th Century family home accompanied by a versatile annex and garaging. The property has been under the same ownership since 1998 during which time it has been modernised and extended. Very well-maintained, it is now beautifully presented both inside and out. The main house extends to around 3,111 square feet and is arranged over three floors. Evolving through time, the house illustrates differing periods, proportions and materials that have all been brought together with modern finishes to provide comfortable well-proportioned accommodation. The property is charming and retains character features that include Gothic windows, an ingle nook fireplace and exposed brick and beams.Outside, to the front of the house overlooking the duck pond, there is ample parking and three different vehicular access points onto the lane. The gardens are well established, landscaped and private with numerous secluded seating areas dotted between various lawns, mature trees and shrubs borders. There is a pretty orchard and a (usually) well stocked vegetable garden, an eye catching water feature with rills and a goldfish pond. To the rear of the garages and carport, there is a further building with 2 stables and a tack room. Accompanying the stables and yard is a post and rail fenced menage, a double field shelter, two small paddocks and one large one. Services: Mains water and electricity. Recently replaced sewage treatment plant. Oil fired central heating. Bottled gas for cooker hob. Super fast fibre broadband. Public rights of way - There is a little used public footpath that runs along the south east boundary.Agents' note: The property sits in the Environment Agency's Flood Zone 3 and was subject to an insurance claim for flooding in the summer of 2007. NFU Mutual have continued to insure the property ever since. We are informed by the Vendor that neither the house nor annex have otherwise been affected however, the lower of the three vehicular access points to the lane can become impassable during flood years.
Set in the heart of the Severn Vale, a short drive from the fashionable Spa town of Cheltenham and the Cathedral City of Gloucester, Tudor Cottage is positioned in the heart of the village in a tranquil private location that sees very little passing traffic. The nearby villages of Coombe Hill and Norton have amenities such as public houses, a primary school, petrol station and shop as well as a superb farm shop. There is an extensive range of amenities in Cheltenham and Gloucester with train stations at both, Gloucester providing the quickest (1hr 50mins) direct services to London Paddington. Both Cheltenham Spa and Gloucester stations run direct regular services to both Bristol Temple Meads and Birmingham New Street. Tewkesbury 6 miles, Cheltenham 7 miles, M5 Junction 11 N&S 8 miles, Worcester 21 miles, Bristol 46 miles, Oxford 53 miles, Gloucester Railway Station 6 miles - London Paddington 120 minutes. All distances are approximate
Tom Banwell
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Set in 3.9 acres, a wonderful village home complete with an annex, garaging and equestrian, South West, England, United Kingdom is a 3,111ft2 South West luxury listed for sale Guide price 1,100,000 GBP. This high end South West is comprised of 4 bedrooms and 2 baths. Find more luxury properties in South West or search for luxury properties for sale in South West.