- Stunning three bedroom detached family home, located in the highly desirable village of Westmancote
- Extended elevated views of the county
- Modern kitchen/dining room with French doors to garden room
- Master bedroom with en suite shower room and enjoying elevated views
- Established private garden offering lawns, lower terrace and vegetable garden
- Beautifully presented and ready to move into and enjoy from the very first moment
- Living room with log fire inset to stone surround. 2nd reception room, currently dressed as a snug
- Garden room with French doors leading onto raised terrace giving an overview of the garden
- Both remaining bedrooms also benefit from en suite bath or shower rooms
- Oversized double garage measuring 9.38m x 5,22m plus driveway parking
Welcome to South View, a stunning three bedroom family home that originally dates back to the early 1800's yet is a home that throughout its life has been extended and modernised and so today offers a home with well laid out accommodation, a wonderful landscaped garden and elevated views across the county.
The village of Westmancote sits in between the neighbouring villages of Kemerton and Bredon and whilst Kemerton offers a village pub, the village of Bredon, which is much larger offers a doctor's surgery, primary school with an outstanding OFSTED report, shop and post office as well as a public house and restaurant. The village also offers a range of recreational attractions to include cricket, football, rugby, bowls and ballet.
Returning to the property, the ground floor enjoys a welcoming and spacious entrance hall which leads to a downstairs cloakrooms. Off the entrance hall, are the reception rooms which include the living room with log burning fireplace inset to the exposed stone chimney breast.
The second room presumably was once the dining room but is now used very much as the family room due to the well proportioned kitchen/dining room, which enjoys space for a 6-8 seater table and a delighted cottage style kitchen, with cream Shaker style units and a host of integrated appliances
Off the kitchen is a handy utility room, where there is space and plumbing for the washing machine and a further array of fitted cupboards.
From the dining area, sliding doors lead into the garden room which in turn has French doors leading onto the raised terrace, where one can have a coffee in the morning or a gin and tonic in the evening and enjoy the view of the garden. The current owners have undertaken a large amount of work to this room, in particular to the roof so allowing the new owners to be able to use the room all year round.
Upstairs there are thee bedrooms, all of which offer en suite facilities, be this either a shower or bath. Furthermore, all of the rooms enjoy fitted storage.
Outside, the garden is simply a delight. With lawns, a wonderful terrace and a separate area for the growing of fruit and vegetables and all completely private, what more could one ask for!
Completing the property is the garage and what a size this is. Measuring over 9.00m x 5.00m, you will never be short of space to store items whilst also having plenty of space to parking your cars as well, should you so wish. Outside the driveway, is additional parking for 2-3 cars.
To locate the property, please enter the following postcode: GL20 7ES. Upon entering the village, proceed up the hill where the property can be located on your left
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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