Stepping into the generous entrance hall providing storage, the property leads through into the immaculately presented kitchen breakfast room offering dove grey shaker style kitchen with integrated dishwasher and range style cooker. The composite sink overlooks the garden that stretches into rural views whilst the wooden topped breakfast bar provides a bright and pleasant seating area to be enjoyed throughout for all times of the day.
Continuing from the entrance hallway, access is provided to the ground floor wet room offering a generous sized shower alongside twin his and her sinks, heated towel rail and w.c. Further access is provided to the utility providing ample storage space and plumbing, alongside access to the rear entrance hall which in turn offers drop down ladder to the attic space which is currently boarded to provide a handy and convenient study space, measuring 3.27 metres by 2.04 metres, with views stretching across the surrounding countryside.
From the hallway a stone frame doorway leads through to generous sized dining and sitting spaces offering original quarry tiles, period beams and ample natural light. The sitting room features a charming inglenook fireplace and wood burning stove for the winter months before stepping through to the Victorian period extension providing a pleasant living space with feature fireplace and sash windows overlooking the mature flower beds to the west of the plot.
Leading from the dining room the stairs open to the first floor providing three spacious double bedrooms alongside the family bathroom. With various views across the surrounding countryside throughout the accommodation remains bright and airy throughout whilst retaining its cottage charm.
Nestled within a private position on the edge of the village, the period property is approached via gravelled driveway offering extensive off road parking which in turn leads to the detached garage. Formal south facing rear gardens frame the front of the exposed stone cottage offering an enviable space to entertain within the summer months housed by mature cottage boarders with sympathetic and character planting among rockery and raised bounders. Continuing to the east of the plot the garden opens to generous lawn, perfect for young families, enclosed by hedgerows and scattered with fruit trees and mature shrubbery before leading throughout the attached paddock approaching half an acre, the space lends itself for those seeking to enjoy, the good life with chickens, goats 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.
Tewkesbury Borough Council Tax Band F.
Mains water, electric, drainage and oil fired heating.