- Substantial property with approximately 2700 sq ft
- Charming character features throughout
- Detached double garage
- Highly sought after village location
- No onward chain
- EPC rating D63
Immediately providing character features the tiled lobby follows through to the formal dining area via split screened entrance. The first of the receptions offers charm throughout with wooden beams and character wooden panelling framing the arch which draws the eye through to the feature staircase. Leading through to the rear, tiled flooring continues through to the WC and 'boot room,' an ideal space when entering with dogs or from working in the garden providing access to the rear garden before wrapping around to the second reception. The extensive living room is bright and airy French windows leading out to the rear garden, alongside the feature wood burning stove. The ground floor is completed with the Kitchen Dining room with various kitchen units, integrated eye level oven and space for various appliances, whilst overlooking the front garden.
The first floor continues to offer character features throughout with four ample sized double bedrooms whilst the master benefits an en-suite shower room. The first floor is completed with both generously sized shower room and family bathroom overlooking the agricultural grounds surrounding the property.
Approached via gravelled driveway Churcham Court is impressive upon first arrival, with pedestal walk way leading towards the charming gable Entrance of Number One that is framed by lawn and small topiary planting.
The rear garden is full enclosed with both fencing and yew tree hedging presenting both lawn and generous patio adjacent to the French door leading from the living room, an ideal space for alfresco dining. Sitting within the shadows of the listed Churcham Court Church the estate is surround by agricultural farmland and character in keeping buildings., the property also benefits a detached double garage alongside off road parking for five or more vehicles.
Located 5 miles from the historic city of Gloucester, Churcham Village provides its parishioners with a primary school, garage and transportation links, including a bus service with Churcham Court itself being located within the shadow of the Norman Church of St Andrews, believed to be dating back to 1050AD. The historic city of Gloucester continues to offer various grammar schools, further transport links including a direct line to London Paddington alongside the newly developed Docklands and Gloucester Quays shopping area offering various bars and bistros.
Local Authority, Service and Tenure
Forest of Dean District Council - C.
Mains water and electric, oil alongside communal private drainage.
Freehold - Please note that there is a service charge for the communal areas and communal sewage treatment plant to Churcham Court Estate at £580 per annum.