- Four double bedroom family home, located within a desirable village setting
- A property that offers the option to update, so allowing one to create their own dream home
- Living room, dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room, separate cloakroom and utility room
- Upstairs completed by a modern three piece family shower room
- Externally offering lawned gardens, two detached garages and timber workshop
- Offered to the market with no onward chain
- Total plot size is approaching 0.4 acre with the garden backing onto woodland
- Upstairs all four bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes, one room having a sink fitted
- Property is UPVC double glazed where specified and has gas fired central heating
- Internal viewing comes highly recommended as interest in the property is expected to be high
Welcome to 1 Kinsham Close, a four double bedroom family home located within a desirable village, enjoying an open outlook across open fields to the front whilst having woodland views to the rear. Furthermore, the property enjoys a mature plot approaching 0.40 acre, is offered for sale with no onward chain and is at a stage where one can update the property and in doing so, creating ones own dream home.
The hamlet of Kinsham neighbours the larger villages of Kemerton and Bredon with the larger village of Bredon offering a thriving community and offering amenities such as a village shop and post office, an OFSTED 'outstanding' rated primary school, doctors' surgery, village hall and two public houses. The village is also home to football, rugby and bowls clubs. The nearest town is the Medieval town of Tewkesbury which offers supermarkets, restaurants,
coffee shops and a leisure centre whilst for the commuter, there is a train station at Ashchurch and Tewkesbury sits just off Junction 9 of the M5 motorway.
The property, which has been owned by the family for over 40 years sits within a row of similar style properties, although has in recent years been extended and so enjoys well-proportioned accommodation across the two floors.
On the ground floor, there is a spacious and welcoming entrance porch, an ideal place to lose shoes and coats before stepping into the main body of the home. Inside, there are three reception rooms which comprise of; a living room, separate dining room with sliding doors leading into the rear garden and a study, which offers double aspect windows and enjoys a wonderful outlook over the properties mature rear garden.
Completing the ground floor is the cloakroom, utility room which has space for a freestanding washing machine and tumble dryer with the final room being the kitchen/breakfast room which enjoys a wealth of fitted cupboard whilst there is also space for freestanding appliances to include; cooker, dishwasher and fridge/freezer. The kitchen also benefits from a walk in pantry/storage area.
The ground floor also benefits from oak flooring to the reception rooms
Moving upstairs, the property enjoys four double bedrooms, with all four rooms benefiting from fitted wardrobes. Furthermore, one of the rear bedrooms also have a sink unit fitted. Whilst the two rear bedrooms enjoys views across the garden, woodland and beyond to Bredon Hill, the front two rooms enjoy an outlook across open countryside. Completing the upstairs is a modern, three-piece family shower room. On the landing, there is also a linen/airing cupboard.
Outside, the gardens are mature and predominantly lawned with well established trees dotted throughout the grounds. The driveway continues through the garden and at the end of the driveway is a detached garage with an additional storeroom found to the right-hand side of the building. There is also a second garage which is found to the middle of the garden which offers light and power, whilst next to this building is a detached timber workshop.
Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system to locate the property: GL20 8JQ. The property can be identified by our For Sale sign
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