High Street, Blockley, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. GL56 9EX

£425,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Positioned to enjoy stunning views over gardens, treescape and distant countryside from each of the property's four storeys, yet occupying a central location on the High Street in the village, this next to end terrace, four storey, two bedroom grade II listed village retreat combines the innate character and charm of a period home with contemporary refinements expected of modern living.

The property' s character is manifest in a superb inglenook fireplace with a homely wood burning stove in the living room with a window seat for those restful moments enjoying the views. There are many exposed and painted beams, particularly to the top floor bedroom which has an apex ceiling and a dormer window. The lower ground floor offers a cosy diner/kitchen which has recently been refurbished with Bespoke Harvey Jones units and stylish Italian granite worktops. A stable door then invites you into the sizable well screened rear garden under a stunning Beech tree.

Modern refinements include gas fired central heating from a combination boiler including two vertical in keeping column radiators in the living room, there is a stylish modern shower room/WC on the first floor.

For those who know Blockley village, the property has all important off street parking for at least one car and, given the other properties in the middle of the village a relatively sizeable and predominately private garden. Blockley has its own primary school, local village shop and cafe, two public houses and is located midway between the Cotswold cafe society of Chipping Campden and the more traditional market town of Moreton-in-Marsh where there are rail links to London Paddington.

The Village has is own mini supermarket and a fashionable cafe that opens as a restaurant at the weekends for fine dining.

Living Room (16' 09" x 15' 10" or 5.11m x 4.83m)

Elm floor boards, built in window seat with exceptional south easterly aspect over gardens towards distant countryside, inglenook fireplace with a Woodwarm stove, exposed ceiling beams, six inset spotlights to the ceiling, built in book shelf area with a double cupboard below and two wall mounted vertical rolltop Italian style radiators, telephone point and latch and brace doors giving access to both lower ground floor and first floor.

Kitchen (15' 02" x 16' 0" or 4.62m x 4.88m)

The lower ground floor offers a Bespoke Harvey Jones fitted kitchen with Jerusalem gold tumbled limestone floor, stylish granite worktops with curved podium housing split level ceramic style hob and built in electric Miele oven below, three tier pan drawer, integrated Miele dishwasher, integrated utility cupboard housing plumbing for automatic washer and wall mounted Worcester combination boiler to provide instantaneous hot water and gas fired central heating. Fitted double shelved cupboard also with granite worktop. Space for fridge/freezer, double radiator painted ceiling beams, an inset stainless steel sink unit with integrated drainer, mixer tap and shower spray, built in extractor and wall cupboard housing circuit breaker unit and electric meters, mullioned windows with attractive outlook over rear garden, exposed pointed random stone wall, corner cited utility cupboard with light.

Landing

Access from first floor with rope banister and wall mounted light point.

Bedroom 1 (12' 08" x 10' 06" or 3.86m x 3.20m)

Exposed white painted beams, single radiator, superb south-easterly aspect over the gardens, treescape and undulating countryside, two wall mounted light points and built in single wardrobe.

Shower Room

Three piece suite in white with fired earth wash hand basin set on chrome supports with glazed shelf above, low flush wc and 3ft 9" wide shower cubicle with fully tiled interior with mosaic tile relief, sliding glazed doors, rain shower head separate hand held shower spray, dressing mirror with light above and shaver point to one side, ladder style heated towel rail and radiator, built in extractor, painted ceiling beams and Amtico tile floor.

Second Floor

Bedroom 2 (15' 08" x 10' 04" or 4.78m x 3.15m)

Dormer window with superb panorama over rooftops toward distant countryside, 8ft high apex ceiling with exposed perlins and A frame roof timbers, single radiator, two wall mounted light points and TV aerial point.

Rear Garden (66' 0" x 63' 0" or 20.12m x 19.20m)

Large Beech tree, central rockery area, boundary hedge, mainly laid to lawn with well planted borders, wrought iron fence and gates to one side leading to a spacious off street graveled parking area, to the side of the parking bays and elevated rockery, gated access then leads to a right of access for this property over the adjacent 4 Crown Cottages and in front of 3 Crown Cottages there is also a right of access for three other properties. The right of way however does not intrude on the garden area.

Directions

Turn left and at the second mini roundabout turn right along the A44, continuing through the village of Bourton-on-the-Hill after which turn right signposted Blockley 1 1/2 miles, when entering the village continue through two S bends and then turn left at the crossroads adjacent to the village green. At the following T- junction turn left passing Blockley village shop on the left hand side and then continue as the road narrows into the High Street. This property is then positioned on the left hand side just after School Lane and just before the Crown Hotel on the right hand side. The parking bay for the property is just along School Lane and the first parking bay on the right hand side with wrought iron railing surrounding.

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Holmans Estate Agent

High Street, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire

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