Winterway , Blockley, Gloucestershire. GL56 9EF

£159,500

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Positioned towards the end of an established residential cul-de-sac on the outskirts of Blockley village, and benefiting from particularly attractive views over the surrounding countryside, this detached, two-bedroomed, two-storey young family home provides light and airy accommodation and allocated off-road parking for one vehicle.

Features of the property include a homely contemporary dual fuel stove in the living room, a recently refitted kitchen diner with a good range of contemporary style units and a stylish modern bathroom suite with a double width shower.

Adjacent to the property is pedestrian access to Park Road and Blockley Primary School, with the centre of the village only being a few hundred yards away. Blockley is located midway between the Cotswold market towns of Chipping Campden and Moreton-In-Marsh, the latter having excellent rail links to London Paddington. The village has two public houses, a village shop and tea rooms, a local primary school and is in the catchment area for Chipping Campden School. Scenic walks can be enjoyed in the surrounding countryside directly from the property.

Hall Entrance (4' 09" x 3' 04" or 1.45m x 1.02m)

Oak effect laminate flooring leading to lounge. Separate coat cupboard containing fuse box.

Kitchen area (9' 06" x 11' 09" or 2.90m x 3.58m)

White ceramic sink unit with single drainer and mixer tap. Five base cupboards and five wall mounted cupboards with one glass display cabinet. Plumbing for automatic washer, dish washer and fridge freezer. Fitted stainless steel extractor hood with space for oven below.

Living room (18' 01" x 9' 04" or 5.51m x 2.84m)

Oak effect laminate flooring throughout. Dual fuel 10.5kwh burner and single electric radiator. Double doors leading to al fresco dining area and easy staircase leading to 1st floor.

First Floor Landing Area

Dual aspect over attractive surrounding countryside and access to boarded and insulated loft space.

Master Bedroom (11' 08" x 9' 0" or 3.56m x 2.74m)

Single electric radiator and particularly attractive dual aspect over the properties gardens.

Bedroom 2 (11' 08" x 9' 09" or 3.56m x 2.97m)

Single electric radiator.

Bathroom (5' 01" x 6' 01" or 1.55m x 1.85m)

Three-piece suite in white, low flush WC, wall-mounted wash hand basin with cupboard below, built in extractor fan and double shower cubicle with electric Bristan shower. Tiled flooring and half tiled walls. Airing cupboard containing immersion heater.

Front Garden (20' 00" x 25' 00" or 6.10m x 7.62m)

Allocated parking for one vehicle directly in front of a gated gravel entrance leading to the front of the property, with steps to raised lawn and timber cabin. Gravel pathway continues to rear garden.

Rear Garden (20' 0" x 15' 0" or 6.10m x 4.57m)

Private patio area screened with mature hedgerow to the rear and surrounded by raised gravel beds. Side passageway continues around the property back to the front garden.

NB:

The property is being marketed under the shared ownership scheme and will be available for a 58% ownership with no staircasing potential. Further clarification can be sought from The Guinness Partnership housing association. Rent is £122.01 pcm and there is an additional service charge of £8.33 pcm with 73 years remaining on the current lease.

Directions

From our Moreton-In-Marsh office turn left and at the second mini roundabout turn right along the A44, continuing through Bourton-On-The-Hill. After which turn right signposted Blockley 1.5 miles, continue on the same road as it drops down into the village, past the village green on the left hand side and the Great Western Arms on the right hand side. Continue past Draycott Road on the right and the entrance to Winterway is a short way along on the left. Continue to the top of the road and number 49 is located at the top of the cul-de-sac.

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Holmans Estate Agent

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