Substantial detached cottage, set in approximately 0.85 of an acre, sought after rural situation, immaculately presented and extended, with attached one bedroom annexe, large quadruple garage with adjoining workshop, potential for conversion to further annexed accommodation (subject to necessary consents) entrance hall, cloakroom, spacious living room, kitchen/dining/family room, four bedrooms, family bathroom, shower room/ 4th wc, second floor study, annexe comprising: kitchen/dining, living room, bedroom, bathroom, outstanding views, ample parking, must be seen, energy rating: E, annexe energy rating: C
This beautifully presented, detached cottage, is situated in a quiet country lane in the Hamlet of Bevington, which is located approximately two and a half miles from Berkeley town centre. The property is surrounded by open countryside and is close to the Berkeley Castle Deer Park, which has a range of footpaths and country walks. The historic town centre of Berkeley offers a range of local shops along with primary school and is famous for its historic Castle and Jenner Museum. Commuting to the larger centres of Gloucester, Bristol and Cheltenham is made easily accessible via the A38 and M5/M4 motorway network. From the front of the property there is a footpath which gives access to fields and the Deer Park beyond.
If entering Berkeley from Canonbury Street, continue, passing the Castle on the left hand side, and proceed turning left into High Street, proceed through High Street for approximately three quarters of a mile, passing The Salutation Inn on the left hand side, continue for approximately two hundred and fifty metres, turning right, signposted Hill. Continue for approximately one and a half miles, turning left, just passed Worldsend Lane into Bevington, continue on Bevington Lane for approximately four hundred metres and Crown Cottage will be found on the left hand side.
This substantial, most attractive detached cottage has been well extended and renovated by the current owners who have lived in the property for approximately sixteen years. The attractive former inn is set in approximately 0.85 of an acre of ground and benefits from an attached one bedroom annexe. along with most substantial detached garage and workshop, which we understand was constructed with insulated cavity walls, double glazing and a sewage connection and has potential for future conversion; subject to the necessary consent, for further annexed accommodation if required. The cottage is accessed via entrance porch leading to cloakroom, the porch in turn, gives access to a most attractive kitchen/dining/family room, which has part vaulted ceiling and an attractive range of units, Aga, and walk-in larder. To the front of the property there is spacious living room with wood burner, and an inner hallway gives access to the utility room and onto the one bedroom annexe, which has living room, kitchen/dining room, shower room and bedroom. On the first floor of the main house there are three good size bedrooms, family bathroom and further separate shower room. On the second floor there is an attractive study area which leads to the fourth bedroom. The property benefits from oil fired radiator central heating and has outstanding views. Properties in this location and of this type, rarely become available and we suggest viewing at your earliest opportunity.
(Please note that our room sizes are quoted in metres to the nearest one hundredth of a metre on a wall to wall basis. The imperial equivalent (included in brackets) is only intended as an approximate guide).
Having double glazed full height screen and wooden front door.
Having wash hand basin, WC, radiator.
7.53m x 4.17m (24'8" x 13'8") - Having two radiators, two double glazed windows to front, part glazed front door, fireplace with beam over and wood burner, two built-in cupboards, a second feature former fireplace.
7.1m x 4.2m widening to 5.98m (23'3" x 13'9" widen - Having an attractive range of wall and base units with wooden work surfaces over, enamel sink, oil fired Aga, walk-in larder, double glazed window, dining area opening to family room, having double glazed french doors, two radiators, vaulted ceiling and wooden floor.
Having double glazed door to rear and access to:
2.68m x 1.77m (8'9" x 5'9") - Having a range of base units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, central heating boiler supplying radiator central heating and domestic hot water.
Having airing cupboard, stairs to second floor.
4.1m x 3.49m (13'5" x 11'5") - Having double glazed window to front, with window seat, radiator.
4.25m x 3.13m (13'11" x 10'3") - Having double glazed window, radiator.
3.78m x 3.67m (12'4" x 12'0") - Having double glazed window to rear and side, radiator.
Having roll-top bath, shower cubicle with mixer shower, WC, wash hand basin, wooden floorboards and double glazed window to rear???
Having shower cubicle with mixer shower, WC, wash hand basin, wooden floorboards, double glazed window to rear???
4.03m x 3.11m (13'2" x 10'2") - Having double glazed window and exposed beam, radiator and dormer window to front???
5.64m x 4.11m (18'6" x 13'5") - Having double glazed window, dormer window to front, most attractive 'A' frame and exposed beam, radiator.
Accessed from Inner Hall.
3.69m x 3.59m (12'1" x 11'9") - Double glazed window to front and side, radiator.
3.85m x 3.67m (12'7" x 12'0") - Having a range of wall and base units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, cooker hood, walk-in cupboard???, plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window to side, double glazed french doors.
3.2m x 2.51m (10'5" x 8'2") - Having fitted wardrobes and double glazed window.
Having panelled bath with mixer shower tap over, wash hand basin, WC.
The property is situated in this most attractive rural location and is accessed by a single track lane, leading to tarmacadam parking area for five cars, this in turn, gives access to the QUADRUPLE GARAGE (10m x 6.25m), having two electric up-and-over doors, power and light. Door leads to WORKSHOP (12.28m x 6.23m), having up-and-over door to rear, power and light;which we understand was constructed with insulated cavity walls, double glazing and a sewage connection this could be converted subject to necessary consent; to further living accommodation. The gardens are a particular feature of the property and extend to approximately 0.85 of an acre with large lawn, trees and shrubs, and outstanding views over the Berkeley Castle Deer Park. There is a further storage room over the annexe which is externally accessed and has a radiator and is double glazed, this room is currently used for dry storage.
All mains electricity and water are believed to be connected.
Oil central heating.
Council Tax Band E (£2,357.01 payable).
EPC for Annexe - C EPC for Crown Cottage -
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By appointment with the owner's sole agents as over.
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