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High Street, Blockley, MORETON-IN-MARSH

£895,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Centrally located in one of the most fashionable villages in the North Cotswolds, and having recently undergone a complete programme of refurbishment, this end of terrace, Grade II Listed, three-storey, three bedroomed boutique village retreat must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated, and early inspection is strongly advised.

Whilst there is a beautifully atmospheric living room on the ground floor, the majority of the accommodation lies on the first floor, with steps ascending from the High Street. There is a state of the art, newly installed, bespoke fitted kitchen with 15ft high ceilings, Trilium work surfaces, Cotswold stone floor with underfloor heating, and an Everhot stove.

There are three staircases within the property; two of which lead to second floor bedrooms with the master bedroom being on the first floor. Each of the bedrooms have newly installed en suite facilities with one of the bedrooms enjoying superb views over roof tops towards rolling Cotswold hills.

The property has a separate study and utility room, and the innate character and charm of the property is manifest in several exposed, pointed stone walls and exposed beams.

Externally, the gardens to the property are at first floor level, with wrought iron railing surrounds and accessed via double French doors from the kitchen and first floor living room, all screened in a cloak of mature foliage with the furthest garden having steps descending into the double garage, beyond which there is off-street parking for two vehicles; a highly important factor when living in Blockley.

The unique layout of the accommodation, together with its historical character and contemporary refinements make the property ideal for those looking for either a main or supplementary home, and is located only a few hundred yards from the village green, where Blockley has its own village shop and tea room, in addition to which there are two public houses, a hotel and primary school which is located within the catchment area for Chipping Campden secondary school.

The village is located mid-way between the Cotswold cafe society of Chipping Campden and the more traditional market town of Moreton-in-Marsh, which has rail links to London Paddington.

Kitchen:

6.5m (21ft 4in) x 3.84m (12ft 7in)

Cotswold stone floor with electric underfloor heating (the control for which is in the dining area) 15ft high apex ceiling. Dining area with bespoke, fitted seats to two sides, exposed apex ceiling above with lights fitted to some beams. Bespoke, fitted furniture to kitchen area, with heat-resistant Trilium work surfaces, Everhot electrically-operated aga-style stove with large hot plate and ceramic double induction hob, externally ducted hood above, integrated lighting, integrated dishwasher, double ceramic Villeroy and Bosch butler's sink with double cupboards below, large three-tier pan drawer, cabinets with centrally located, two split-level fridges with integrated freezers below and two double matching cabinets to each side with drawers below. Central work bench with matching Trilium top, integrated doors and storage. Elevated ceiling lights, sliding door leading to walk-in pantry with matching Trilium tops, integrated double wine fridge and shelf.

Dining area

Stove

Living Room:

5.49m (18ft 0in) x 3.73m (12ft 3in)

With easy staircase returning to the northern part of the first floor. Random pointed stone wall with elevated hearth and fireplace with cast iron wood-burning stove and flagstone hearth. Exposed beam to the ceiling, two single radiators, double small-paned French doors leading to easterly-facing garden, built-in understairs storage cupboard, TV aerial point.

Hall:

4.95m (16ft 3in) x 1.52m (5ft 0in) extending to 11ft 0in

Exposed, pointed stone wall to the hall area and staircase leading to ground floor, large double-glazed Velux skylight window, double radiator.

Study:

3.3m (10ft 10in) x 2.26m (7ft 5in)

Full-height double and single cupboards fitted to one wall with three high-level cupboards with integrated spotlights above, large double-glazed Velux swing window and shelves to one side with space for desk, single radiator, telephone point.

Utility room:

2.34m (7ft 8in) x 1.75m (5ft 9in)

Solid oak worktops with inset ceramic butler's sink with chrome mixer tap, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, space for tumble dryer, Baxi wall-mounted gas-fired central heating boiler, airing cupboard housing large, pressurised hot water cylinder. Three base cupboards, Cotswold stone floor, single radiator.

Cloakroom:

Two-piece suite in white, wall-mounted wash hand basin, close-coupled low-flush WC, Cotswold stone floor, double-glazed Velux swing window, built-in extractor.

Master Bedroom:

5.59m (18ft 4in) x 3.81m (12ft 6in)

Two built-in window seats, both with stone mullioned windows, built-in shelved linen cupboard, double and single built-in wardrobes, exposed beam to the ceiling, single radiator, understairs storage cupboard, inset spotlights to the ceiling.

En Suite:

Three-piece suite in white with Heritage pedestal wash hand basin, close-coupled low-flush WC, walk-in shower cubicle with ceramic tiled interior and rain shower head with hand held shower spray, glazed sliding doors, ceramic tile floor and ladder-style chrome heated towel rail and radiator, illuminated mirror and built-in extractor.

Bedroom 2:

5m (16ft 5in) x 3.35m (11ft 0in)

Elevated aspect over roof tops in an easterly direction towards undulating countryside, single radiator, built-in pine cupboard, random pointed stone wall with two ornamental former windows, two dormer windows, exposed A-frame timbers and purlins.

Bedroom 2 en suite:

Three-piece suite, low-flush WC, wash hand basin set into cabinet and glazed, folding doors with ceramic tile interior, wall-mounted shower spray, skylight window, built-in extractor, two chrome ladder-style heated towel rail and radiators.

Bedroom 3:

2.64m (8ft 8in) x 3.2m (10ft 6in)

Double-glazed, Velux swing window with blind, apex ceiling, exposed timber purlins, cloaks area immediately adjacent to the entrance door.

Bedroom 3 en suite:

2.64m (8ft 8in) x 1.65m (5ft 5in)

Ceramic tile floor, ladder-style chrome heated towel rail and radiator, three-piece suite in white, wall-mounted wash hand basin, close-coupled low-flush WC, oval bath with hand held shower attachment, built-in extractor, Velux window, large shaving mirror.

Ground floor living room:

4.83m (15ft 10in) x 6.07m (19ft 11in)

Exposed beams, exposed, ornamental fireplace with pointed random stone wall to each side and stone hearth, door leading directly onto the High Street, terracotta-style sills, two single radiators.

Garden 1:

21.34m (70ft 0in) x 4.88m (16ft 0in)

Steps ascend from the High Street to the front door with outside lighting and wrought iron gates and railings surround the garden which has a split-level flagged area to the side of the living room and kitchen, screened with mature trees. There is a second garden area, with wrought iron railings, elevated third seating area, well-stocked flower borders. Beyond the garden area, steps descend to the ground floor garage. From the second garden area there is a patio above the garage with wrought iron railing surround. Views can be enjoyed all day and particularly in the evening of the illuminated St Peter and St Paul's church in the centre of the village.

Garden 2:

6.71m (22ft 0in) x 10.67m (35ft 0in)

Garden 3

Garage:

7.32m (24ft 0in) x 5.49m (18ft 0in)

Beyond the garage there is courtyard parking with random stone wall on three sides with circular pillar and off-street parking for two vehicles.

Front elevation

Sign

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Front door

Floor plan

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