Dating back to the 17th century this traditional cottage offers a wealth of character and charm as well as off road parking plus large rear garden. VIEWING STRONGLY ADVISED.
- Exposed beams
- Inglenook fireplace
- 100 ft plus garden
- Village location
Maisemore is a village and civil parish, it lies on the A417 approx 4.02km (2.5 miles) northwest of Gloucester, on the west bank of the River Severn.
Maisemore Bridge connects the village to Alney Island, and provides a viewpoint for the Severn bore. Maisemore Weir and Lock were built in about 1870. The weir is at the upper limit of the tides on the Severn. The lock is no longer in use.
There is a church, dedicated to St Giles which is part of the West of Severn Benefice incorporating the villages of Ashleworth, Corse, Hartpury, Hasfield, Maisemore, Staunton and Tirley.
Exposed beams, stairs leading off with cupboard under, doors off leading to
Living Room (5.55 x 3.25)
Large feature inglenook fireplace with inset woodburning stove, exposed beams, windows to front and rear aspect
Snug (2.56 x 2.40)
Exposed beams and double doors through to
Conservatory (5.10 x 3.75)
Two doors to outside space, door back into kitchen
Kitchen (5.46 x 2.44)
Oil fired Rayburn which runs central heating, base and wall mounted units, sink with drainer, windows to side and front
From entrance hall, stairs lead to first floor landing with access to loft space, airing cupboard and doors leading to
Bedroom One (5.62 x 3.42)
Exposed beams, eaves storage, front aspect window
Bedroom Two (2.67 x 2.50)
Window to rear
Bedroom Three (2.70 x 2.50 Max)
Window to front
Wrought iron roll top bath with separate shower cubicle, w.c and wash hand basin
To the front of the property which is accessed via a driveway shared with neighbouring properties and in turn leads to parking area suitable for 2 vehicles and the front door.
Gated side access leads around to a rear courtyard garden off the conservatory and then opens into a large open space off patio and lawn with a variety of mature trees and hedgerows. The rear garden measures approx 135 ft in length and backs onto surrounding farmland.
Local Authority - Tewkesbury Borough Council tax band - D
Energy performance certificate - Current 31 Potential 50 (Please note roof insulation has been installed since report)
Oil fired central heating, mains water, electric and drainage
Tewkesbury Borough Council
Tax Band D
£1535.44 - 2017/18
Energy Performance Rating
The EPC is currently F31 with potential D50 (please not roof insulation has been installed since report)
Leave Newent via Gloucester proceed on the B4215. Turn left signposted Hartpury and Upleadon. Turn next right signposted Hartpury and continue onto Corsend Road. At the junction of the A417 turn right proceed through the village of Hartpury and into Maisemore. Continue into the the village and take the first right into Old Road and follow this lane for a short distance before turning right onto the driveway which leads to the property.
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Prospective purchasers please be aware none of the appliances, boiler, heaters etc. which may have been mentioned in these particulars have been tested and no guarantee can be given that they are in working order. Prospective purchasers should arrange for such items to be tested at their own expense.