- Three double bedroom cottage
- Character kitchen dining space creating an ideal family space
- Tucked away in a private position
- Ample off road parking
- Garden offering various seating, lawn and wild flower planting
- Workshop with power and lighting
Tucked away down a privately positioned driveway this charming period semi-detached cottage offers ample off road parking. Sat upon the raised flagstone herth the feature fireplace offers a focal point before leading through to the kitchen with cottage shaker style units and oak worktop. Ceramic sink sits below the generous window overlooking the garden, with electric range style oven and opening across the breakfast bar towards the dining area creating the heart of the home. Additional workspace can be found within the utility offering space for additional appliances, plumbing for an automatic washing machine and the oil fired boiler. The ground floor is completed with the conservatory that overlooks the garden to all aspects, perfectly positioned to provide a further reception space or playroom for younger families.
Set across the first and second floor, three double bedrooms provide various outlooks across the garden with en suite to master. The property is completed with the family bathroom offering bath with shower over alongside various storage cupboards throughout all floors.
Externally the proprerty offers ample off road parking behind a private five bar gate, an ideal space for those with campervans, horse boxes or such like. Running adjacent to the cottage the garden offers various levels to enjoy with decked seating area, lawn and wild garden planting with space for those looking to enjoy country living with chickens or such like. At the rear a secure workshop is offered with electric and lighting creating a perfect den, potting shed, storage or such like.
The sought after and picturesque village of Ashleworth benefits a lively community including the village shop and post office, public house and local primary school whilst petrol station, additional stores, public houses and secondary schools can be located within short distances from the main village. Good travel links enable Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury to be accessible within approximately 7.5 miles, 15.5 miles and 15 miles respectively. With various organisations including the local WI, baby and toddler group, cricket and youth football club alongside the annual village show the village lends itself to someone looking for an active community.
Local Authoirty, Services and Tenure
Tewkesbury Bourgh Council - Tax Band C
Mains water, drainage, electric and oil
Please note the driveway is the ownership of the advertised property with access for the neighbouring cottage.