- Character Cottage Believed to Date Back to the 1830s
- Character Features and Wood Burning Stoves Throughout
- 4 Double Bedrooms with Ensuite to Master
- Wrap Around Cottage Garden
- Ample Off Road Parking
- No Onward Chain
With parking for up to five vehicles the detached period cottage believed to date back to the 1840s originally functioned as the village Forge until the 1930s. Surrounded within its own traditional cottage garden, the grounds wrap around the property to provide mature shrubs, trees and boarders alongside a private sunken patio and access to the external wood store. Located on the edge of the village the garden leads itself to those looking to enjoy the good life with room for the keen gardeners or those looking for space for a vegetable allotment, chickens or such like. Charming exposed brick porch and quarry style tiles provide access into the centre of the property leading right to an open hall space currently utilised as a library area with in built character elm cupboards and shelving. With wood burner the spacious living room is bright and airy with double doors leading out to the adjacent patio, whilst the additional reception, currently utilised as a study, provide an area ideal for a craft, play room or such like, with the opportunity for a fifth ground floor double bedroom should it be required. Located at the heart of the cottage, character beams and second wood burner add to the charm of the formal dining room with French doors leading out to the patio and window overlooking the front garden. Additionally, access to the under stairs cupboard provides a useful storage space. Solid elm wood units and character breakfast bar form the floor tiled kitchen with five ring gas range and integral microwave, grill and oven. The utility room leading from the kitchen offers ample storage space whilst holding plumbing for an automatic washing machine alongside additional appliances. Four double bedrooms can be located on the first floor with ensuite shower room to the master, whilst the family bathroom with panelled bath and shower over provides exposed brickwork and character beams. The double garage with roller door benefits both power and lighting, with a section currently being segregated to form an internal w
Situated north of the historic City of Gloucester on the west side of the River Severn, Maisemore provides its parishioners with the experience of countryside living alongside the convenience of being located 4 miles from the City Centre. With an active Village Hall, various country and riverside walks, an authorised Severn Bore site as well as local schooling and post office in the near by village of Hartpury 2 miles away. This rural location is idea for families and those looking to enjoy the good life.
Local Authority, Services and Tenure
Tewkesbury Borough Council - Tax Band E.
Mains water, drainage, electric and LPG.
Energy Performance Rating
The current Energy Performance Rating is D61 with the potential of F32.
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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.