Superb Grade II* Listed Detached Farmhouse - offering versatile accommodation and grounds extending to approximately 0.27 of an acre - additional garden available by negotiation - steeped in character and history - five reception rooms - kitchen - utility/boot room - cloakroom - five first floor bedrooms - two family bathrooms
26' unconverted attic space - double garage
Alkerton Farm is situated within walking distance of this sought after village, which has a range of facilities, including:
Co-operative store, award winning public house 'The Badger', primary school, butchers and hairdressers. Commuting is made easy by access to the M5 (Junction 13) which is within a mile, Stonehouse railway station (three miles) with direct links to London (Paddington) and Cam railway station which is approximately five miles.
From the centre of Eastington at the roundabout, proceed towards Frocester direction and you will see Alkerton Farm on the right hand side (identified by the For Sale board).
With quarry tiled floor, exposed timbers.
4.19m x 4.00m (13'9" x 13'1") - With Herringbone wood flooring, two leaded lights, two radiators,
5.27m x 5.04m (17'3" x 16'6") - With Herringbone wood flooring, leaded light to side, stunning Inglenook fireplace with multi-fuel burner, exposed roof timbers, door to under stairs cupboard, staircase to master bedroom, door to dining room and door to:
With flagstone flooring and with access to garden and work room.
4.30m x 3.10m (14'1" x 10'2") - With Glow-worm boiler providing gas central heating (there are two separate boilers), Belfast sink, leaded light, radiator, exposed beams.
Having low level wc, pedestal wash-hand basin, radiator, window, exposed beam.
5.24m into bay reducing to 4.35m x 4.05m (17'2" into bay reducing to 14'3" x 13'3") - With flagstone floor, French doors opening out onto the garden area, two radiators, second staircase to first floor.
5.53m x 4.05m (18'2" x 13'3") - With three windows, parquet effect flooring, two radiators, feature door into utility.
4.80m x 3.50m (15'9" x 11'6") - Fitted with a range of bespoke English Oak cabinets with Rock Maple work tops, central island with inset gas hob and cupboard and drawers under, power point, plumbing for dishwasher, gas ESSE range providing second central heating system and hot water, Belfast sink with mixer tap, exposed roof timbers, exposed stone walling, flagstone flooring, two windows, door to:
3.73m x 2.86m reducing to 1.63m (12'3" x 9'5" reducing to 5'4") - With flagstone flooring, exposed stone walling, plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, two windows, cloak cupboard including shoe rack, door to garden.
With stairs to 26ft attic space which could provide further accommodation, subject to relevant permissions.
6.43m x 5.03m into eaves (21'1" x 16'6" into eaves) - (access via stairs from Drawing Room) Full height ceiling, walk-in cupboard, exposed joists and roof timbers, door to Family Bathroom and also door to landing.
Spacious room with corner bath with jets, pedestal wash-hand basin, high cistern wc, stone walling, radiator, towel rail, leaded light, exposed joists.
4.74m x 4.58m (15'7" x 15'0") - Fireplace with beam over (currently blocked), radiator, exposed roof and wall timbers, leaded light. Door to oldest en-suite in Gloucestershire
3.10m x 2.91m (10'2" x 9'7") - With radiator, exposed roof timbers, leaded light, cupboard with hot water cylinder with immersion heater. .
Accessed via Dining Room.
5.49m x 4.18m (18'0" x 13'9") - With three windows, exposed roof joists, two radiators.
3.12m x 2.17m (10'3" x 7'1") - With window and radiator.
Fitted with white suite comprising: panelled bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, wc with high cistern, bathroom cabinet with lighting, exposed floor boards, ladder radiator, extensive tiling, window, access to insulated loft with light.
The mature grounds are a particular feature, extending to approximately 0.27 of an acre, they have the advantage of being level and an opportunity to design to suit, currently mainly laid to lawn with a variety of trees and shrubs, wildlife pond and have superb views across to adjoining countryside. A driveway gives access to a DETACHED COTSWOLD STONE DOUBLE GARAGE 7.64m x 7.31m with two sets of double doors, side personal door, two windows, roof storage and benefits from SOLAR PANELS to the rear. Parking is to both sides of the house. The neighbouring property benefits from access across the initial section of the driveway but also has a separate access.
Tenure : Freehold
Council Tax Band: F £2,465.40 payable.
All main services are connected.
Gas Central Heating.
The property is registered across three titles one of which is subject to an Uplift Clause.
By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967. Messrs. Bennett Jones for themselves and for the Vendors of this property whose agents they are, give notice that: All statements contained in their particulars as to this property are made without responsibility on the part of the Agents or Vendors. None of the statements contained in their particulars as to this property is to be relied on as a statement or representation of fact. Any intending purchasers must satisfy himself by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of the statements contained in these particulars. The Vendors do not make or give and neither the Agents nor any person in their employment has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatever in relation to this property.