Price £500,000 - Available

  • Five bedroom detached family home, constructed by Newland Homes in 2018
  • Beautifully presented and ready to move into and enjoy from the very first minute
  • Living room with sold wood flooring and French doors to the rear garden
  • Master bedroom with double fitted wardrobes and three piece en suite shower room
  • Driveway parking for multiple cars to the front, enclosed lawned garden to the rear
  • Located within a highly desirable village that enjoys a primary school, shop, post office and pub
  • Spacious kitchen/breakfast room with integrated appliances and granite work surfaces
  • Downstairs completed by entrance hall, cloakroom, utility room and integral tandem garage
  • Three further double bedroom, one single bedroom and family bathroom complete the property
  • A property that come with a high recommendation to view

Welcome to ‘Old Orchard House' standing within a panoramic old orchard. ‘Old Orchard House' is a spacious, executive, five-bedroom, detached home, constructed by Newland Homes in 2018 out of warm honey Cotswold Stone reconstituted walls and canopied by the clean lines of slate tile roof.

Although only constructed in 2018, the current owner has undertaken a comprehensive programme to upgrade the specification of the interior, selecting the finest experts in quality craftsmanship to undertake the works. Also, unique to ‘Old Orchard House' is it's corner position benefiting from an expansive wider frontage and extra garden space providing a more open aspect and benefiting from a non shared western boundary providing enhanced privacy for the rear garden.

By virtue of it's unique corner position, the property enjoys a more open view of the panoramic old orchard, farmland beyond and the distant Cotswold hills, with the old orchard fully managed and maintained for exclusive use of residents.

‘Old Orchard House' is located within the village of Bredon which is situated on the Gloucestershire/ Worcestershire border just 3 miles from Tewkesbury, 12 miles from Cheltenham and 4 miles from the M5 Junction 9.

Bredon is a highly desirable village to live in, providing 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 a number of 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.

The village is named after Bredon Hill which boasts spectacular views and pathways for walking, running, cycling and horse riding.

Walking into the light and airy entrance hall, the first thing one notices as you enter is the superb luxury of the classic tumbled white marble and grey veining stone flooring giving a sense of grandeur. The oversized marble continues to the cloakroom, under stairs storage cupboard, kitchen/breakfast room, and utility not only stylises actually accentuates the rooms and ties them together.

The cloakroom has ceramic wall tiles and Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware. Additional doors lead from the entrance hall to kitchen/breakfast room, living/dining room and integral tandem garage.

The kitchen/breakfast room enjoys a wealth of shaker design fitted units with soft close cupboards, drawers and a Carron Phoenix sink with Savoy side lever mixer tap. Integral appliances include a Neff Gas 5 burner hob, slide and hide built in oven, built in compact oven with microwave and extractor hood plus a Neff Dishwasher and a Fridge Freezer.

The Kitchen is completed with Silestone® Quartz work surfaces and up stands which continue into the adjoining utility room, with its matching unit, sink and space for washing machine and tumble dryer. A glazed door provides access to the side pathway where there is an outside tap and pathway leading you to either the front, sides or rear gardens.

The kitchen breakfast room is completed by it's large feature south facing bay window which floods the room with natural light. This beautiful window facilitates a curved window seat to take full advantage of the open aspect and superb views. Completing the ground floor is the living/dining room, upgraded by the current owner with lavishly appointed engineered smoked white oak wood flooring with it's bespoke character features. French doors lead onto a paved patio and enclosed rear garden laid to lawn. A second window compliments this room with views of two majestic oak trees beyond the rear garden.

The superb specification on the ground floor continues upstairs. The rooms are neutrally decorated throughout and the engineered oak wood flooring has been hand scraped and finished with character filled knots and natural blemishes, hard waxed and oil finished.

Four of the bedrooms are doubles, the remaining room having a raised single bed with under storage providing elevated countryside views to the front, across the panoramic old orchard, far reaching farmland and Cotswold hills beyond.

The guest bedroom boasts a superb size of 6 metres by 3 metres and enjoys dual aspect windows to front and rear of the property providing simultaneous views. From the front the room enjoys elevated views across the panoramic old orchard, far reaching farmland and Cotswold hills beyond. From the rear, there are views over the rear garden with the backdrop of two majestic oak trees taking your eyes up to the skyline.

The middle rear bedroom enjoys an extra special elevated view of the rear garden taking ownership of the the two majestic oak trees as centre stage backdrop to the rear garden skyline ever changing colours of the seasons.

The superb master bedroom benefits from double fitted wardrobes and has a light and airy three-piece en suite shower room. This comprises of white Villeroy & Boch sanitary ware, ceramic wall tiles and porcelain floor tiles. The double walk-in shower has a rainfall style head and flexi hand shower with chrome fittings and is warmed by a chrome heated towel rail radiator.

The front double bedroom is enhanced by a wide window providing elevated countryside views to the front southern aspect, enjoying elevated views across the panoramic old orchard, farmland and Cotswold hills beyond.

The family bathroom completes the upstairs and is finished with ceramic wall tiles, porcelain floor tiles, white Villeroy and Boch sanitary ware, a full sized bath with chrome fittings and rainfall style shower head and flexi hand shower and like the en suite is warmed by a chrome heated towel rail radiator.

Moving outside the property, to the front is a driveway providing parking for multiple cars whilst also leading to the property's integral tandem garage which benefits from the provision of electric light and power, and access to the rear garden via glazed door. Due to it's imposing position, the home enjoys a larger than normal frontage and lawned front and side gardens which have been landscaped by the owner to include borders planted with a variety of shrubs, plants, and trees.

The rear garden features an expansive lawn there is a small Cotswold style paved terraced area outside the french doors. The garden is enclosed by panel fencing on all sides and, by virtue of its unique corner positioned location in relation to other properties, benefits from a high degree of privacy.

Benefiting from all day sunlight due to the property's invaluable corner position in relation to other properties benefits from the non shared western boundary allows all day sun to wrap around into the rear garden.

Please enter the following postcode into your sat nav system: GL20 7PN. Upon entering the road, the property can be found 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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