Lower Street, Blockley, Moreton-in-Marsh, Gloucestershire. GL56 9DS

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
Forming an integral part of the street scene of one of the most famous villages of the North Cotswolds and having an imposing double fronted facade, this deceptively spacious inner terraced three storey, three bedroom country home was until 1928 a public house.

Central Entrance Hall

Dining area (13' 06" x 9' 10" or 4.11m x 3.00m)

With engineered oak floor. Random pointed stone wall and stone ornamental chimney breast. Exposed beams to the ceiling. Double radiator. Built in window seat with small paned double glazed window. Easy staircase rising to first floor with battened balustrade. The dining room and living room are partially separated by an original exposed timber frame wall.

Living Room (12' 04" x 8' 07" or 3.76m x 2.62m)

Cotswold stone fireplace with Phoenix ECO Firegem 5KW cast iron woodburning stove on stone hearth with renewed internal flue. Built in window seat. Exposed random pointed stone wall to one side of chimney breast. Exposed beams to the ceiling. Double radiator. Built in bookshelf and library area to opposite side of chimney breast.

Kitchen (12' 08" x 8' 10" or 3.86m x 2.69m)

With bespoke Shaker style kitchen with solid oak worktops and limestone flooring. Integrated slimline dishwasher, split level AEG induction hob with integrated cooker hood above and built in electric circatherm oven below and pop out pan drawer. Integrated waste and recycling cupboard. Three tier spice drawer. Six further base cupboards. Four wall mounted cupboards one with concealed pelmet lighting and one housing Vaillant gas central heating boiler. Column style radiator. Folding panel door leading to a utility area.

Utility Area

With space and plumbing for automatic washer. Integrated AEG microwave oven. Two high level cupboards, four smaller drawers and lower level base unit. Triple glazed velux swing window with blind. Access to cellar.

Ground Floor Cloakroom

Two piece suite in white with wall mounted Adelphi wash hand basin and low flush WC. Part timber panelled wall. Built in extractor. Single radiator. Leaded pane window within the door.

Cellar (10' 11" x 8' 06" or 3.33m x 2.59m)

With elevated storage area. Vaulted ceiling. Built in light and power. Space for tumble dryer. All walls have been professionally tanked.

First Floor Landing Area

Rear window with outlook over gardens. Battened balustrade and easy staircase rising to second floor.

Front Bedroom 3 (9' 04" x 8' 00" or 2.84m x 2.44m)

Built in window seat with easterly aspect over Lower Street and gardens. Double radiator.

Front Bedroom 2 (12' 04" x 8' 07" or 3.76m x 2.62m)

With original ornamental fireplace. Built in window seat. Double radiator.

Family Shower Room

Engineered oak floor. Partly tiled walls. Three piece suite with Adelphi wash hand basin, low flush wc and fully tiled shower cubicle with sliding glazed doors and integrated shower. Heated towel rail. Built in lights to the ceiling. Attractive outlook over rear garden.

Second Floor Landing

Exposed roof trusses and glazed panel to master bedroom. Solar powered Velux window.

Master Bedroom (14' 05" Max x 13' 06" Max or 4.39m Max x 4.11m Max)

Exposed A framed roof timbers and purlins. Easterly aspected window. Column radiator. Two Velux windows, one solar operated and one manually operated. Two double built in wardrobes. Large high level cupboard.

En Suite Bathroom/WC

Four piece suite in white with enamelled steel bath with chrome shower attachment, low flush wc, ladder style chrome heated towel rail and radiator, Adelphi wash hand basin and corner delta shaped shower cubicle with sliding doors, integrated shower and tiled interior. Door leading to airing cupboard with foam lagged cylinder and immersion heater. Solar powered Velux window.

Outside - Rear Garden

Immediately adjacent to the property is a flagged area ideal for alfresco dining . This property has right of access over a shared pathway common to Pear Tree Cottage with twin access points to the adjacent land. There is an elevated sun terrace also flagged with built in seating area

the former beer chute) and ample space for another dining table. Steps ascend to a higher level lawn with shrubbery surround, random supporting Cotswold stone wall and walls either side. Third area with a timber cabin. Two exterior lights, a double outside power point and outside water tap.


From our Moreton-in-Marsh office 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 sign posted Blockley 1 1/2 miles. On entering the village pass Lower Brook House on the right hand side continuing around the narrow bend and Peartree House is then located in the second row of terraced cottages on the left hand side. There is on street parking opposite the property.

Council Tax Band : D

01608 238083

Holmans Estate Agent

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