Price £700,000 - New Instruction


  • Wonderful example of a Grade II listed, four bedroom, red brick double fronted cottage
  • Two reception rooms, one with parquet flooring and inglenook fire.
  • Three double bedrooms, all full of charm and character, One further single bedroom
  • Driveway parking which in turn leads to double garage with electric roller door
  • Stunning gardens to both front and rear of the home, full of colour and maturity
  • Located within a highly desirable village that sits on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire border
  • Modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room. Separate utility and cloakroom
  • Four piece bathroom with free standing roll top bath
  • Attached is the garage is a workshop which we feel would also make a wonderful home office
  • One property that must be viewed to be truly appreciated

Welcome to Fir Tree House, a wonderful example of a Grade II listed four-bedroom, red brick, double fronted cottage, full of charm and character and located within a highly desirable village that sits on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire borders

The property is in the village of Bredons Norton, which sits neatly between the villages of Bredon and Eckington. The larger village of the two, Bredon, is a village that provides a home to people of all ages. The appeal of the village is it's wealth of local amenities within walking distance including a village infant/primary school (OFSTED ‘outstanding' rating), pre-school, shop and post office, doctors surgery, village hall, church and two public houses. For those interested in activity and other pursuits there are several local clubs and societies as well as sports clubs offering bowls, football, rugby, cricket and tennis, playing fields, shooting clubs, sailing, the river and the local marina.

Returning to the property, originally constructed in the mid 1600's and which has been extended throughout time, is a property that wows from the very first moment one arrives.

Stepping into the property brings you to a central hallway with doors leading right and left. Taking the door to your right takes you into the sitting room which enjoys a picture window to the front elevation, parquet flooring and a log burning fire, inset to a red brick inglenook. Returning to the hallway and now proceeding through the left hand door leads you into the dining room, which like the room before has a picture window to the front and a Victorian fireplace which gives the room a wonderful focal point.

To the rear of the property is a modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room, complete with an array of fitted units and integral appliances. With double aspect windows, again this room is one that is flooded with plenty of natural light.

Completing the rooms on this floor is a cloakroom and separate utility room. Furthermore, oak glazed doors lead to a stairwell which drops down to the properties cellar, which benefits from having light and power.

Moving upstairs, the charm of the cottage continues, with the bedrooms being a delight. The master bedroom has high ceilings, is neutrally decorated and enjoys wood flooring and a raft of exposed beams to the walls.

Bedroom two is accessed through a slightly smaller door than normal but don't let this deceive you as once through, the room is highly impressive and gives a wonderful overview of the garden behind the property.

Bedroom three is a further double bedroom, found at the front of the house and benefits from an elm floor and views across the village whilst the last remaining room, Bedroom four is a comfortable single room.

Completing the upstairs and the property's accommodation is the four piece family bathroom, complete with roll top bath whilst there is a separate cloakroom next door to the bathroom


Stepping outside, the property enjoys a mature and colourful garden to the front elevation whilst also enjoying a super view of the neighbouring church. A gravelled driveway leads to the rear where parking is available as is the detached double garage and adjoining workshop/home office. The garage benefits from light and power, as does the workshop/home office with the garage door being an electric roller type.

Behind the building is the main garden for Fir Tree House and what a delight it is. With a large, paved seating area, lawns and well stocked flower beds, this is certainly an area one is going to enjoy being in.


Directions
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL20 7HB. Upon entering the village, proceed into the main part and continue past the first turning on your right. At the next right hand turn, proceed up Manor Lane where the property can be located on the left hand side as advertised by our For Sale sign.

Notice
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.

Floor Plan

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