Price £650,000 - Available

  • Stunning, three double bedroom detached cottage
  • Living room with feature fireplace, and French doors to a beautiful garden
  • Separate snug/family room, rear hallway and shower room complete the ground floor
  • Guest bedroom with exposed roof structure and fitted wardrobe
  • Mature gardens to both front and rear. Front enjoys a paved terrace and large pond
  • Located within a highly desirable village, the home has been beautifully finished
  • Formal dining room with inglenook fireplace, opening to the wonderfully appointed kitchen
  • Master bedroom with the most wonderful en suite bathroom enjoying exposed beams and stone
  • Bedroom three complete the upstairs accommodation, also a double bedroom
  • Driveway parking for 10+ cars, leading to detached double garage

Welcome to Kessford Cottage, a stunning example of a three double bedroom cottage, beautifully renovated and presented to the market ready to move into and enjoy. Add in a wealth of period features, a stunning mature and landscaped garden being circa 0.36 acre, plenty of off-road parking and a detached double garage, there is certainly a lot to like and because of this, viewings come highly recommended.

Located on Hardwick Bank Road, the situation allows for easy access into the town of Tewkesbury whilst also being within proximity for the M5 and M50 motorway. Bredon's Hardwick itself has a public house and is also situated within walking distance of the Croft Farm Water Park, offering a wide range of water sports activities that include windsurfing, sailing and canoeing, as well as a gym.

Amenities within the neighbouring village of Bredon include a doctor's surgery, village primary school with an outstanding OFSTED report, village shop and post office as well as a public house and restaurant. Bredon also offers a range of recreational attractions including cricket, football, rugby, bowls and ballet.

Stepping into the property, you can see how much work the current owners have put into the house as the balance between the period charm of the home, coupled with today's modern and contemporary requirements have been incorporated wonderfully well.

On the ground floor is a series of well laid out and well-proportioned rooms which are mirrored once you venture upstairs.

Rooms on the ground floor include the living room which is wonderfully light due to the two front facing windows and French doors which give access onto the front terrace. To the centre of the room is a chimney breast which has been capped off yet could be opened up with ease should the new buyer wish to install a log burning stove.

The dining room also enjoys views to the front elevation and features a stunning inglenook fireplace (capped) which is further complimented by parquet flooring which runs throughout the reception rooms and rear hallway on the ground floor.

The room is open plan to the recently installed kitchen which features a wealth of units, a host of integrated appliances and stone affect worktops. Furthermore, French doors from the kitchen allow additional light to come into the room whilst also giving access to the rear terrace.

Completing the ground floor accommodation is a snug/family room, a beautifully appointed three-piece shower room which features a fitted storage cupboard, neatly housing the fitted washing machine and tumble dryer, and the rear hallway which benefits from a wealth of fitted storage.

Upstairs, the finish has been undertaken in the same vein as the lower level with the roof space being open and so lying in bed afford you the most amazing views of the roof structure, which is also seen when lying in the bath in the master bedroom's en suite.

The owners have been very particular on the lighting used and each light switched on, only helps to accentuate the features of this stunning home.
All the bedrooms are double rooms, and all look out onto the front garden and so enjoy the views in the foreground across open countryside. Furthermore, all of the three rooms benefit from fitted storage.

Stepping outside, the gardens are a delight with both the front and rear gardens enjoying sizeable lawns and paved terraces. The front garden also features a sunken pond which is well stocked and also features a waterfall. Completing the home is the recently gravelled driveway which allows parking for ten cars with ease, and we are sure more could fit if the need arose. There is also a detached double garage which benefits from light and power.

Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system:GL20 7ED. The property can be located by our For Sale sign

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.

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