- Period property
- Large outbuilding
- Character features
- Versatile accommodation
- Village location
- Two bathrooms
The entrance porch with tiled steps leads into the entrance hall, with a further tiled floor and half glazed oak door leading through into a real heart of the home kitchen/breakfast room, with a range of bespoke base and eye level units and ceiling beams with fully tiled walls and floor. Leading off the kitchen/breakfast room is the lobby again with tiled floor. From the kitchen/diner the inner hall has various doors leading off. The sitting room with its deep inglenook fireplace, stone hearth and inset wood burning stove is framed by characterful wall and ceiling beams. Again the separate dining room boasts beautiful wall and ceiling beams. There is a study/fifth bedroom and a custom built utility/cloakroom with Belfast sink brass taps, wood drainer and tiled floor. There is also a shower room with tiled shower cubicle and low level Victorian style wash hand basin and low level WC.
Stairs lead to the first floor landing. The master bedroom is spacious and light. Bedroom two has polished pine floor, exposed wall and ceiling beams and feature Victorian fireplace. Bedroom three benefits from ceiling beams and wide elm boarded floor and leads through into bedroom four. The bathroom with white suite includes a Victorian style claw and foot bath, double shower cubicle, low level WC, pedestal wash basin and heated towel rail.
Outside is a private sunny garden with lawn and a separate court yard. There is a sizable outbuilding and parking for two vehicles.
Maisemore is a village and civil parish, it lies on the A417 approximately 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.
Tenure, Services and Local Authority
Tenure - Freehold
Mains water, electric and drainage, oil fired central heating
Tewkesbury Borough Council
From the Naylor Powell office in Newent 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 where the property can be found on your left