Price £775,000 - Available


  • A wonderful, three bedroom detached cottage, located in this highly desirable village
  • Beautifully presented and ready to move into and enjoy
  • Enjoying a sensation backdrop with views as far as the Black Mountains
  • The home blends the character of yesteryear with a modern and contemporary extension
  • Internally is a central entrance hall, giving access to a cloakroom and utility room
  • To the right of the hallway is living room which enjoys a gas fire, inset to the chimney breast
  • To the left of the hallway is the impressive kitchen/family room, in turn leading to the dining room
  • Upstairs all bedrooms are located to the rear of the home so all enjoy exceptional views
  • Master bedroom with en suite shower room. Upstairs completed by the family bathroom
  • Externally the home enjoys driveway parking and a wrap around mature garden

Welcome to Little Claydon, a wonderful three-bedroom detached cottage located at the head of this sought-after village that sits on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire borders. Beautifully presented, the home originally dates back circa 200 years, yet a modern extension has been added, and so today the home blends the period charm of yesteryear to one side of the home, yet to the other side is an area that is modern and blended with a contemporary style.

Add in that the home is wrapped in a mature garden and benefits from one of the best backdrops we have seen, which incorporates views of Cleeve Hill, the Malverns, and May Hill. On a clear day, one can see the Black Mountains, which we are advised are approx. 42 miles away, (as the crow flies,) you begin to understand why this home comes with such a high recommendation to view.

The village of Westmancote sits in between the neighbouring villages of Kemerton and Bredon, and while Kemerton offers a village pub, the village of Bredon, which is much larger of the villages, offers a doctor's surgery, a primary school with an outstanding OFSTED report, a shop and post office, as well as a public house and restaurant. The village also offers a range of recreational attractions, including cricket, football, rugby, bowls, and ballet.

Returning to the property, the home features a central entrance with, at the end of the room, a large picture window that frames the views afforded to this home beautifully. Within the entrance hall, doors lead to a coat cupboard, cloakroom, and utility room, while opens left and right gives access to the reception rooms.

To the right of the hallway is the living room, which is located in the oldest part of the home. The rooms enjoy plenty of natural light from the two windows located to the front and rear elevations, while in the centre of the room is the inglenook fireplace, within which sits a gas fire in the style of a traditional log burning stove.

To the left of the hallway is the modern, two-story extension, which within the ground floor is a stunning kitchen, which in turn opens up to the family room and furthermore gives access to the dining room.

The kitchen enjoys a wealth of units that sit alongside a host of integrated appliances and are completed by way of granite work surfaces and a stone-tiled floor that has the added benefit of underfloor hearting. The family room faces onto the garden, and bi-folding doors to the head of the room flood the area with natural light while allowing one to enjoy the views this home benefits from.

Just off the kitchen is the dining room, which is glazed to two sides and has French doors opening onto a raised, paved terrace.

Upstairs are three lovely-sized bedrooms, all of which are located to the rear of the home, so enjoy the views of Tewkesbury Abbey, Cleeve Hill, the Malverns, May Hill, and the Black Mountains. Two of the bedrooms are located in the oldest part of the home, while the master bedroom, which benefits from an en suite shower room, and the family bathroom are located in the newer part of the property.

Externally to the front, the home is approached via a gravel driveway, which allows parking for multiple vehicles. To the rear, the garden is mature and full of colour. With a large, raised terrace, the garden also features an extensive lawned area, well-stocked flower beds, and a garden stream. The garden is enclosed by post and rail fencing, ensuring the views to the rear are unspoilt and able to be viewed in their entirety.



Directions
To locate the property, please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL20 7ES. Upon entering the village, proceed up the lane where the property is located on your left as advertised by our For Sale sign

Council Tax
Wychavon District Council, Band F

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.


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Floor Plan
EER Chart

The Energy-Efficiency Rating is a measure of a home's overall efficiency. The higher the rating, the more energy-efficient the home is, and the lower the fuel bills are likely to be.

Utility Supply Type
Electric Mains Supply
Gas Mains Supply
Water Mains Supply
Sewerage Mains Supply
Broadband None
Telephone None

Other Items Description
Heating Gas Central Heating
Garden/Outside Space Yes
Parking Yes
Garage No

Broadband Coverage Highest Available Download Speed Highest Available Upload Speed
Standard 17 Mbps 1 Mbps
Superfast Not Available Not Available
Ultrafast Not Available Not Available

Mobile Coverage Indoor Voice Indoor Data Outdoor Voice Outdoor Data
EE Likely Likely Enhanced Enhanced
Three Likely Likely Enhanced Enhanced
O2 Enhanced Likely Enhanced Enhanced
Vodafone Likely Likely Enhanced Enhanced

Broadband and Mobile coverage information supplied by Ofcom.


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