Guide Price £800,000 - Exclusive

  • Late 18th century, attached Grade II listed Georgian fronted, six bedroom family home
  • Offered for sale with no onward chain and at a stage where updating in part is required
  • Sat within formal gardens of circa 1.15 acres
  • A wonderful setting with open views across Gloucestershire countryside.
  • Formal entrance hall leading to two wonderful reception rooms, both with floor to ceiling windows
  • Further rooms to the ground floor include: family room, kitchen/breakfast room, utility and office
  • Upstairs two the front elevation are the two main bedrooms. Master with en suite and dressing room
  • Two further bedrooms to the Georgian element of the property
  • To the rear of the building is three further bedrooms, family bathroom and rear hall
  • A property that comes with a high reccomendation to view.

Welcome to Mitton Lodge, an 18th century, Georgian fronted attached six bedroom family home enjoying grounds of circa 1.15 acres and being offered for sale with no onward chain and enjoying open views across Gloucestershire countryside.

At a stage where the property requires a degree of cosmetic updating, this super family home which enjoys circa 3700 square feet of internal space, is an exciting opportunity for any would be purchasers and as such, viewing is highly recommended.

Located on the Bredon Road, the position 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.

Returning to the property, the home which stands proudly within its plot and enjoys the sun on the front façade until the early afternoon is simply stunning. Being just as a child would draw a home, the front door, which is to the centre of the building leads to an impressive entrance hall which features a flagstone floor and cantilever stone staircase. The ceiling height is as expected from a home from this era with doors leading to an array of ground floor rooms and the properties basement area.

On this floor, to the front of the property are the two principal reception rooms being the living room and dining room. Both rooms enjoy two, floor to ceiling windows to the front elevation, so ensuring one gets to enjoy the views of the garden and beyond. Both rooms benefit from open fireplaces so providing an additional focal point to the room.

Further rooms to the ground floor include a snug, cloakroom/boiler room, utility room and home office area whilst completing the properties ground accommodation is the farmhouse kitchen/breakfast room.

Whilst the front façade of the property is Georgian, the rear element of the home which includes the kitchen/breakfast room, snug and utility room are from a prior period and so these rooms enjoy lower ceilings, exposed timbers and smaller window openings and possibly this element of the home dates back to the Tudor period.

The farmhouse kitchen is a wonderful space with room for a sizeable table and chairs. The room further benefits from a wealth of fitted units and inset to the existing chimney breast is an AGA whilst sitting next to this, is a gas range cooker.

Upstairs, the front of the building returns to the Georgian era with two wonderful bedrooms with the larger of the two bedrooms benefiting from an en suite bathroom and walk in dressing room. The slightly smaller bedroom sits next to bedroom six and it would be our opinion that this room would be converted to an en suite shower room for bedroom two.

Completing the Georgian element of this part of the building is bedroom three which is a lovely size. Due to the elevation of this room, views are afforded over the side garden that the home benefits from

Stepping into the older part of the property, there is a spacious landing area, complete with a series of fitted wardrobes/storage areas. From here, access is gained to the two further double bedrooms and a four piece family bathroom. Both remaining bedrooms are double rooms with the slightly larger of the rooms having an attached study room which could equally become an en suite/dressing room should someone wish to do so.

Externally, the property is accessed from the Bredon Road via a five-bar gate. A driveway continues to a large, gravelled parking area, where comfortably 10+ cars could be parked. Equally some of this space could be utilised for the construction of a double/triple garage subject to relevant planning permission being obtained. The driveway continues along the side of the home and onto the front elevation where further parking is available

The remainder of the grounds are predominantly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees bordering the boundary to the Bredon Road, ensuring maximum privacy whilst the rear and side elevations are enclosed by post and rail fencing, so ensuring the views this home affords are fully on show. Completing the property is a large pond which is enclosed by fencing for added peace of mind.

In summary, Mitton Lodge is a unique property, not only be able to market but to purchase, particularly as the home is at a stage where one can apply their own stamp and it because of this, interest is expected to be high so to avoid disappointment, please contact the office on 01242 220080 to arrange your viewing.

To locate the property, please enter the following postcode: GL20 7EB where a For Sale sign will be located at the entrance to the driveway.

Council Tax
Wychavon District Council, Band G

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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