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Fine & Country
Guide Price £1,250,000
- 1. Five-bedroom detached family home situated on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire border
- Equestrian element to the home features circa seven acres, stabling and tack room
- Paddocks are flat, separated into two areas and have separate gated, vehicular access
- Property further features detached double garage with light and power and off-road parking
- Wonderfully spacious living room with parquet flooring and multi fuel stove inset to chimney
- Second reception room, either family room or home office. Downstairs shower room
- Spacious kitchen/dining/family room range of units. Bi folding doors to rear garden
- Master bedroom and guest bedroom both benefit from en suite shower rooms
- Three further double bedrooms, all with fitted wardrobes/storage
- A home that comes with a high recommendation to view.
The hamlet of Kinsham neighbours the larger villages of Kemerton and Bredon, with the larger village of Bredon offering a thriving community and offering amenities such as a village shop and post office, an OFSTED ?outstanding` rated primary school, doctors` surgery, village hall and two public houses. The village is also home to football, rugby and bowls clubs. The nearest town is the Medieval town of Tewkesbury which offers supermarkets, restaurants, coffee shops and a leisure centre whilst for the commuter, there is a train station at Ashchurch and Tewkesbury sits just off Junction 9 of the M5 motorway.
Returning to the property, which is located along an exceptionally, quiet no through lane, access is gained via a pedestrian gate which is located beyond the detached double garage and driveway, which allows parking for multiple vehicles. The garage has a two up and over door to the front elevation and further benefits from light and power.
Stepping into the property, there is a central hallway that gives access to all the ground floor rooms which include a shower room as well as a family room/study. This room is located next to the shower room so could become a ground floor bedroom if the need arose.
The living room is a wonderful room, spacious, square and full of charm and character, which gives an indication to the age of the original property. With parquet flooring and a multi fuel stove inset to a stone chimney breast, this really is a lovely reception room.
Completing the downstairs accommodation is the spacious kitchen/dining/ family room. The room is a wonderful size and the kitchen benefits from an array of fitted units as well as host of integrated appliances to include a range cooker, benefiting from a gas hob with electrics oven. Within the dining area is space to house a ten-seater table and chairs and bi-folding doors to the head of the room, not only give access onto the paved terrace, but they also allow the room to flood with natural light. Off the room is a utility area, where there is a separate sink and a wall mounted boiler.
Moving upstairs, there are five bedrooms, all of which will house a double bed and all of which enjoy a view, either over open countryside, the gardens or the paddocks. The master bedroom benefits from fitted wardrobes and a cleverly concealed en suite shower room.
Of the remaining bedrooms, the guest bedroom enjoys an en suite shower room and all of the remaining bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes/ storage.
Completing the upstairs accommodation is the family bathroom.
Externally, the property enjoys formal gardens which wrap around the home. Within the garden is the paved terrace, found directly outside the kitchen/dining/ family room, which is partially covered, so allowing for all weather use. The remainder of the garden is laid to lawn and planted with a variety of mature trees and shrubs, whilst a stream also provides a focal point to the garden
Also found within the garden is a bank of solar panels, (providing feed in tariff payments), which were purchased by the current owners three-four years ago and will remain with the property. Additionally, there is a static caravan which has planning permission to remain if within the curtilage of the existing property, and which benefits from light, power and drainage and separate vehicular access through wooden double gates.
Regarding the equestrian element of the property, there are two timber stables and a tack room. The stables are a generous size, have a concrete base plus electricity and water are connected. Of the paddocks, these are separated into two areas, with vehicular access separating the two. Both paddocks are flat, are enclosed with post and stock wire fencing and have automated water feeders. There is separate vehicle access to the paddock, located within 100m of the property and this is ideal for the loading of the horses onto a horse lorry/trailer. Additionally, there is an area where one could (subject to planning permission), construct a menage if required. To note, there is a public footpath that runs across the top of the larger paddock.
In summary, very rarely does a property like Cherry Tree Cottage (location, accommodation and amount of land) come onto the open market and because of this, viewing is highly recommended
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL20 8HT. Proceed along the lane where the property can be found on your left hand side.
Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.
Last Modified 22/01/2022