High Street, Blockley, Gloucestershire. GL56 9EX

£320,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Forming an integral part of the street scene of this iconic North Cotswold village and taking its name from the superb panorama over gardens and countryside to the rear, this Grade II Listed, inner terrace, three storey, two bedroomed, grade II listed village retreat combines the innate character and charm of a period home with some of the more contemporary refinements of modern day living and should be viewed internally to be fully appreciated.

The property is raised half a storey from the High Street and has an entrance to the living room but the most used entrance is on the lower ground floor where there is a spacious tiled hallway leading to recently modernised kitchen extension with patio doors forming picture windows of the rear garden and treescape. There are attractive marble worktops, integrated appliances and light and airy atmosphere.

The property has three elm staircases, many pointed stone walls, some exposed and painted beams and, when ascending through the floors, the views become even more outstanding.

Other refinements include a homely wood burning stove to the sitting room, gas fired central heating from a combination boiler, a renewed bathroom suite with a shower and most windows have secondary double glazing.

The property is located mid way along Blockley High Street, which terminates in Dovedale woods from which there are many glorious walks either in the surrounding hills or along the cascading Blockley Brook which bisects the village. The village has two public houses, a very trendy village cafe and adjacent super market, its own primary school and a village hall, host to many plays and concerts.

The village is positioned midway between the Cotswold cafe society of Chipping Campden and the more traditional market town of Moreton-in-Marsh where there are rail links to London Paddington.

Lower Ground Hallway (20' 09" x 3' 06" or 6.32m x 1.07m)

Opaquely glazed front door with matt, separate wc, pointed stone wall, built in understairs storage cupboard with meters ceramic tile floor, cloaks area.

Kitchen (15' 09" x 12' 0" or 4.80m x 3.66m)

Ceramic tile floor matching the hallway, double glazed Velux swing window and UPVC double glazed sliding patio doors with superb easterly aspect over countryside and rear garden. The kitchen is fitted on two sides, with Italian marble worktops with inset stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap and integrated drainer, all timber fronted units incorporating Bosch dishwasher, integrated fridge, five further base cupboards, one being a pull out corner carousel shelving rack, tile surround to work surfaces, split level ceramic Neff hob with built in electric circa therm oven below and externally ducted cooker hood above, built in wall plate rack and book shelves, part exposed stone walling, space and plumbing for automatic washer and part timber panelled to dado height, wall mounted CDi series combination boiler for instantaneous hot water and gas fired central heating and access to small loft area.

W.C.

Low flush wc in white.

Landing

Renewed oak floor boards and elm staircase returning to second floor, built in shelved airing cupboard.

Living Room (13' 06" x 8' 09" or 4.11m x 2.67m)

Built in oak window seat and secondary double glazed window, painted ceiling beams, exposed random stone wall, double radiator and cast iron wood burning stove set into the original chimney breast, TV aerial point, two wall mounted light points, elm floor boards leading to the rear study.

Second Floor Landing Area (7' 05" x 14' 00" or 2.26m x 4.27m)

Superb open aspect over gardens and countryside, single radiator.

Shower Room / WC (6' 0" x 7' 0" or 1.83m x 2.13m)

Three piece suite in white, low flush wc, square roca wash hand basin and contoured panelled bath with Mira 415 built in shower unit with matching contoured glazed side screen, ladder style towel rail and radiator, superb view over gardens and countryside.

Bedroom 1 (14' 04" x 8' 07" or 4.37m x 2.62m)

Renewed oak flooring, painted ceiling beams, TV aerial point, double radiator, built in single wardrobe, secondary double glazed stone mullion window with open views.

Study (10' 0" x 7' 09" or 3.05m x 2.36m)

Exposed ceiling beams, particularly attractive outlook to the rear over undulating countryside, secondary double glazed window, single radiator, built in book shelves, staircase descending to lower ground floor and elm staircase ascending to first floor.

Bedroom 2 (14' 02" x 8' 09" or 4.32m x 2.67m)

Double radiator, exposed purlins (one renewed) westerly facing double glazed Velux swing window with secondary double glazed window below, TV aerial point.

Rear Garden (21' 00" x 17' 04" or 6.40m x 5.28m)

Rustic brick boundary wall to one side, random Cotswold stone wall on two sides, small garden plot and mainly split level flagged area which is ideal for alfresco dining, outside light and outside water tap.

Directions

From our Moreton-in-Marsh office turn left and at the second mini roundabout turn right along the A44, continue through the village of Bourton-on-the-Hill after which turn right sign posted Blockley 1 1/2 mile, when entering the village of Blockley, dropping down the hill and through a series of bends, turn left at the crossroads adjacent to the village green keeping the village green on the left hand side and at the following T junction turn left passing the shop and cafe where the road narrows, passing the church on the left hand side and into the High Street. Continue past the Crown Hotel and this property is then positioned a short way along on the left hand side.

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