From the sweeping driveway, the attractive blue composite front door can be found under the brick porch. The large entrance hall welcomes you in to the home where you will find a practical storage cupboard for coats and shoes, doors leading off to the ground floor accommodation, stairs to the first floor and a door to the cloakroom. The cloakroom comprises a wash hand basin, WC and window to the front of the home.
To the left of the entrance hall is the family room with a window overlooking the front garden and views over the neighbouring farmland. Leading back through the hallway, the living room is a wonderful, large room flooded with natural light through the window overlooking the front garden and French doors leading out to the rear patio. A brick fireplace with inset wood burning stove creates a lovely focal point.
Modern part glazed doors lead into the kitchen/dining room. Renovated by the current owners to a high standard, the room includes a range of wall and base mounted units with solid wood worktops. There is a range of integrated appliances to include ceramic hob, extractor fan, eye-level double oven, dishwasher and composite sink with mixer tap cleverly positioned under the window with fabulous views. The well planned layout includes a sociable breakfast bar and area for dining next to the French doors which lead out to the garden.
To complete the ground floor accommodation is a utility room which offers further storage cupboards, plumbing for a washing machine and space for tumble dryer and a door leading out to the side of the home.
From the spacious landing there is access to the four bedrooms, family bathroom, airing cupboard and access to the loft through a hatch in the ceiling. The four bedrooms are all good-sized rooms and offer beautiful views over the neighbouring farmland and beyond. The master bedroom spans the depth of the home and offers ample room for bedroom furniture. The en-suite shower room which has been recently upgraded comprises a shower unit, WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail. The modern family bathroom is part tiled and incorporates a bath with shower over, WC, wash hand basin and heated towel rail.
Set back from the road, the property enjoys a driveway with parking for 3/4 vehicles at the front which leads to single garage with power and lighting. The front garden is mostly laid to lawn with some raised beds and mature shrubbery. Gated side access on both sides of the home lead around to the rear garden which is mainly laid to lawn with patio area, garden pond and all enclosed by fencing. The views from the rear are fantastic and look over the surrounding countryside, Historic Tythe Barn and rolling hills in the distance.
The picturesque village of Ashleworth has a thriving community with its own annual village show. It boasts its own village cafe and hub, village hall, cricket club and local primary school. There are active groups such as the WI and a local mother and toddler group. The village has the benefit of being on a bus route and just outside the village is a petrol station, additional stores, public houses and secondary schools. Good travel links enable Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury to be accessible within 7.5 miles, 15.5 miles and 15 miles respectively. The perfect place to live!
Oil Fired central heating, mains water, electric and drainage
Tewkesbury Borough Council (Tax band F)
From Gloucester proceed along the A417 passing through Maisemore into the village of Hartpury turning right into Broad Street just before The Royal Exchange Public House. Continue along Broad Street until reaching the village of Ashleworth where the property can be found just before the green on the right hand side.