- Five bedroom, period family home, offered for sale with no onward chain
- Located on the edge of the village and as such backs onto open fields
- Wonderfully appointed kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances
- Four double bedrooms, one single room and four piece family bathroom
- Driveway parking for several vehicles leading to detached brick built garage
- Situated within a desirable village setting, offering pub, village hall and coffee shop
- Beautifully presented and recently refurbished so presenting a home ready to move into and enjoy
- Living room with log burning stove inset to the chimney breast
- Two of the five bedrooms benefit from en suite shower rooms
- Gardens encompass three sides of the property offering lawns and terracing
Welcome to Walnut House, a wonderful example of a period five bedroom family home, located in the highly desirable village of Kemerton, offered to the market with no onward chain and having recently undergone an extensive refurbishment so ensuring that the new owners can move in and enjoy the home from the very first minute.
Kemerton affords a real sense of community, with its two churches, a village hall, which holds several events and is home to the local playgroup, plus the public house, the Crown Inn. The neighbouring village of Bredon is slightly larger and here there are further amenities to include a village shop and post office, a church, two further public houses, The Fox and Hounds and The Royal Oak. The village of Bredon also offers a rugby and football club plus a doctor's surgery and there is also a primary school. For those that play cricket, there are cricket grounds in both Westmancote and Overbury. For those needing to commute, the M5 motorway is within a 10-minute drive and provides north and southbound junctions to Birmingham and Bristol whilst within equal distance, is the A46 for those needing to access Warwick or Stratford.
Returning to the property, the home is spacious, well-appointed with each room flowing into the other with ease. The home affords two formal receptions to the ground floor along with the inner hall and garden room. Of the reception rooms, the living room benefits from a log burning stove inset to the chimney breast whilst the family room, located off the kitchen/breakfast room can be used for a multitude of purposes.
The kitchen/breakfast which has been refitted enjoys a wealth of units, a block wood worksurface, a ceramic sink and a wealth of integrated appliances to include double oven, induction hob, extractor fan and full-size dishwasher.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is the separate utility room and downstairs cloakroom.
Moving upstairs, all the bedrooms are of a good size with four of the rooms being double bedrooms with the final room being a nice sized single bedroom. Of the four double bedrooms, the master bedroom and guest bedroom enjoy en suite shower rooms whilst completing the upstairs accommodation is the four-piece family bathroom, which like the en suites has been recently installed.
Stepping outside, the shingled driveway provides parking for several vehicles and leads to the properties detached garage which benefits from light and power and storage to the eaves. The gardens are to the front, side and rear of the home and are predominantly lawned although there is a terraced area located behind the kitchen/breakfast room.
Take A435 from Cheltenham and continue out past the Racecourse and Bishops Cleeve. Turn left just past the turning for Oxenton onto the Severn Bends and continue along. At the Aston Cross crossroads, continue straight over following the signs for Bredon. Proceed along the Cheltenham Road and turn right onto Kinsham Lane. Continue along and at the end of the road, turn right onto the High Street. Pass The Crown Inn and follow the road where there property can be found on the left 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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