Green Close, Childswickham, Broadway


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  • Bedrooms: 4
This is a rare opportunity to acquire a fine detached family home set in an enviable plot within a much sought after Cotswold village. Viewing of this most impressive example are recommended to appreciate all that the property and location provides.

The property has accommodation comprising a entrance porch, reception hall, cloakroom, living room, dining room, kitchen breakfast room, conservatory, four bedrooms (three double), en suite to the master and a bathroom. Outside there are gardens to the front, side and rear, off road parking and a double garage.

From Evesham, leave the town along Cheltenham Road joining the A46. After some half a mile turn left signposted Childswickham and continue along this lane for some four miles before entering Childswickham. Turn right in front of the Childswickham Inn and then first left into Atkinson Street, where Green Close is the first left turn. The property can be located by a Gusterson Palmer & James For Sale board.

The village of Childswickham is set on the footsteps of the Cotswold hills with a thriving local community benefitting from a parish Church, a renowned Gastro Pub and a network of footpaths on hand for country walks. The beautiful Cotswold village of Broadway is found some mile or so away with a variety of fine restaurants and pubs, whilst the historic market town of Evesham which sits on the banks of the river Avon provides for schools of all ages, leisure and shopping amenities along with the art deco Regal Cinema. The Vale of Evesham is ideally placed for anyone looking to commute, as the area enjoys excellent road links and a mainline train station to London Paddington and the larger centres of Worcester, Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon all within 15 miles.

A double glazed front door with decorative leaded inlays opens to an Entrance Porch: with double glazed windows, a ceramic tiled floor and a further double glazed door to:

Reception Hall: having a ceramic tiled floor, stairs to the first floor and doors to:

Cloakroom: with an obscure double glazed window to the front, panel radiator, a ceramic tiled floor and a white low level WC with matching pedestal wash hand basin.

Living Room 15'7 x 13'7 (4.75m x 4.14m): having a double glazed window, panel radiator, television point, wood laminate floor and twin double glazed doors to:

Conservatory 13'10 x 13'10 (4.22m x 4.22m): with double glazed windows and two sets of double glazed doors opening to the garden. There is also a panel radiator, ceiling fan and a wood laminate floor.

Dining Room 10'1 x 9'10 (3.07m x 3m): having two double glazed windows to the rear, panel radiator and a wood laminate floor.

Kitchen 13'1 x 11'0 (3.99m x 3.35m): with two double glazed windows to the rear, ceramic tiled floor, panel radiator and fitted with a range of Oak fronted cupboards and drawers with work surfaces, a 'Corian' single drainer sink unit and a four ring gas hob with extractor hood above and a raised twin oven to the side. There is also a built in fridge, plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine. A door opens to the Double Garage 18'8 x 16'9 (5.69m x 5.11m): having two up and over doors, a double glazed window to the side, power and light, a stable style door to the rear garden and a wall mounted 'Worcester' gas boiler.

First Floor Landing: having a double glazed window, access to the loft space which is partly boarded with lighting, an airing cupboard with a foam lagged cylinder and shelving. Doors to:

Bedroom One 15'7 x 13'7 (4.75m x 4.14m): with two double glazed windows, panel radiator, television point and a door to the En Suite: having an obscure double glazed window and a white suite comprising of a pedestal wash hand basin, a low level WC and a panel bath with a tiled surround, glass splash screen, shower mixer tap and a wall mounted 'Mira' electric shower. There is further decorative wall tiling and a heated towel rail.

Bedroom Two 13'8 x 11'4 (4.17m x 3.45m): with two double glazed windows, a fitted wardrobe, panel radiator and a wood laminate floor.

Bedroom Three 13'7 x 10'0 (4.14m x 3.05m): having a double glazed window, panel radiator and a wood laminate floor.

Bedroom Four 16'9 x 7'1 (5.11m x 2.16m): having a double glazed window, a wood laminate floor and a panel radiator.

Bathroom: the refurbished suite enjoys a modern white range comprising a vanity wash hand basin with cupboards below, a low level WC, glass shower cubicle with folding door and a 'Mira' electric shower along with a deep bath having a shower mixer tap. The room also enjoys ceiling spotlights, decorative wall tiles and a wall mounted chrome heated towel rail.

Outside: The delightful gardens that surround the property have been planned, created and maintained by the current owners, who have created the most pleasant outdoor space. The gardens are enclosed by mature hedging with lawns wrapping themselves around the house, along with a raised timber deck and an attractive paved patio terrace. The gardens have been planted with borders packed full of plants, trees and shrubs. There is also a shed with electric power socket.

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