- Three bedroom former cider house, located in highly desirable Gloucestershire village
- Total grounds circa 1.14 acres comprising formal gardens and enclosed paddock
- Stunning living room with parquet flooring, open fire and exposed beams to walls and ceiling
- Utility/laundry room, boot room, cloakroom, entrance hall and garden room complete the ground floor
- Two further bedrooms and family bathroom complete the accommodation
- Full of charm and character and offered for sale with no onward chain
- Detached double car port with attached store room. Two wooden stables
- Country kitchen with integrated appliances and stripped, pine wooden floor boards
- Master bedroom with double aspect windows and en suite shower room
- A property that comes with a high recommendation to view.
Hughes Sealey Estates Agents welcome you to The Old Cider House, a three-bedroom detached former cider house located in a highly desirable Gloucestershire village, offered for sale with no onward chain along with mature gardens and a separate paddock which give a total plot size of circa 1.14 acres as well as two stables and a detached double car port, with attached store and finally, open countryside views across the county to the front elevation.
Driving up the driveway gives first sight of the mature gardens which at this time of year are full of colour. The gardens wrap around three sides of the home and are bordered by the properties adjoining paddock which is enclosed by post and rail fencing with a walkway up to the two wooden stables and as such, this area would make either an ideal pony or sheep paddock.
The property is accessed via French doors which lead you neatly into the properties entrance hall which has doors to your left, right and to the rear. The door to your left leads you into the property's utility/laundry room which in turn gives access to the properties boot room and separate cloakroom, which benefits from a low level WC and wash hand basin. The utility/laundry room houses the properties boiler, sink, plumbing for washing machine as well as the old bread oven.
The door to rear of the entrance hall leads you to the home's rear courtyard, which is a sizeable area and of which part is covered and any would be purchaser may wish to enclose this so creating an additional reception room.
The door from the right of the entrance hall leads into the kitchen which is very in keeping with the period of the property. With wooden fronted unit's, a porcelain sink, an array of integrated appliances and finished with stripped wooden pine floorboards.
The living room is stunning and enjoys a wealth of charm and period features. Firstly, there is the stunning stone fireplace with log burner inset and then add in some super exposed beams to the walls and ceiling plus a Herringbone parquet floor and this is a room that you will want to retire to of an evening.
Completing the ground floor accommodation is the fully glazed garden room which gives a wonderful overview of the property's grounds.
Upstairs there are the three bedrooms and family bathroom. The main bedroom and guest bedroom benefit from double aspect windows, ensuring the rooms gets plenty of light. The master bedroom is also complimented by a three-piece en suite shower room as well as having a full-length door which opens up onto an original stone staircase and in turn leads down to the garden.
Both the guest bedroom and bedroom three are found to the front of the property and so enjoy views over the garden and both benefit from having fitted wardrobes. Completing the properties accommodation is the four-piece family bathroom.
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL14 1QZ. Once in the village the property can be identified by our For Sale sign
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