- Stunning three bedroom red brick period cottage
- Two formal reception rooms with through chimney with log burner inset
- Final rooms to the ground floor include the utility room and cloakroom
- Beautiful four piece family bathroom with panelled bath and walk in double shower
- Private and enclosed rear garden with terrace, lawns, raised vegetable garden and summer house
- Having undergone a recent update, the property mixes period and contemporary touches effortlessly
- Country style kitchen/dining room with wealth of appliances,Belfast sink and block wood worksurfaces
- Three bedrooms to the upper floor, one of which offers a three piece en suite shower room
- Block paved driveway to front, allowing parking for multiple vehicles
- Must be viewed to fully appreciate all that is on offer
Welcome to Hartpury Cottage, a wonderful example of how a modern-day touch and finish can sit effortlessly alongside the period character of yesteryear and in doing so, create a stunning, three-bedroom cottage located within a desirable Gloucestershire village. Having recently been refurbished and redecorated in Farrow and Ball colours, the property is ready to move into and enjoy from the very first moment.
Approached through the newly erected double gates, which have power installed should the new owners wish to make them electrically operated, the recently laid block paved driveway will comfortably hold four – five vehicles and a wrought iron gate gives side access to the rear garden. A oak/brick storm porch leads into the central hallway where doors lead to a multitude of rooms to include the living room and snug.
The two formal reception rooms sit back to back and in between them; the open chimney breast features a see-through multi fuel stove, ensuring both rooms can benefit from the glow of a real fire.
To the rear of the property is the kitchen/dining room. Recently fitted with a country style in mind, the kitchen enjoys a host of integral appliances, a Belfast sink and block wood, work surfaces whilst the French doors not only give direct access into the rear garden, they also flood the room full of natural light.
The final rooms to the ground floor include the utility room, completed to the same finish as found in the kitchen and the cloakroom whilst a further feature to the ground floor is that all the rooms benefit from underfloor heating
Moving upstairs, there are three bedrooms, two double rooms and a further single bedroom with the double room to the front of the house benefiting from a modern, three-piece en suite shower room. The upstairs is completed by the fabulous four-piece family bathroom and includes not only a bath but a double, walk in shower.
To the rear, the garden has been individually designed and landscaped whilst providing a high degree of privacy. There is a paved terraced, artificial lawn and a vegetable garden constructed out of raised sleepers and completing the garden is the summer house.
Enclosed by panel fencing, the garden really is something of a sun trap.
In summary, Hartpury Cottage is a delight, welcoming in its character and finished to a high standard and it is because of this, that viewings come highly recommended.
Leave Cheltenham along the Lansdown Road heading out of Cheltenham, following the signs for the M5 and Gloucester. At the Golden Valley roundabout continue straight over following the signs for Gloucester. At the Elmbridge Court Roundabout continue to follow the A40. At the next roundabout continue straight over and at the next roundabout take the third exit onto the A417 ( Gloucester Road). following the signs for Ledbury. Proceed along the road and enter into the village of Hartpury. Hartpury Cottage can be found on the right hand side of the road as advertised 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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