Bourton Road, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56
£950,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Believed to have been built in 1845, in a Georgian style, this truly stunning family home has been extensively renovated to an exceptionally high standard by the present owners.

We understand 'The British School' from which British School House derives its name was built in 1845 and was funded by parents and voluntary contributions and provided education for boys, girls and infants, with an average attendance in 1854 of 100 pupils

Situated on the edge of the town, within easy reach of the centre

PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

Siding onto open farmland, the property offers off-street graveled parking and a secluded landscaped garden

A paneled front door opens into a good-size entrance hall with good-quality herringbone oak wooden flooring throughout, original sash window, and adjoining boot room and separate cloakroom having two metal casement windows with stone mullion side surrounds

Off the hallway are two reception rooms, one currently used as a double bedroom, with the main sitting room being particularly impressive, with flanking stone fireplaces incorporating a fitted cast-iron Clearview wood-burner, and two original sash windows and single French door leading onto the landscaped patio terrace

There is a third reception room, currently used as a study area, with a fitted desk unit and side window with bespoke fitted wooden shutters; this room provides an independent stairwell access to an additional reception room, offering an ideal space for teenagers, with a full-vaulted ceiling and the wonderful feature of an internal window overlooking the impressive family kitchen below

The well-appointed Shaker oak-made kitchen/breakfast room offers a raft of period features, with an A-frame full-vaulted ceiling, exposed stone walling to the gable-end, and a stone fireplace with fitted contemporary "Stovax" wood-burner with wood storage below

The kitchen provides a number of storage solutions, with a full range of wall and base units, with an island incorporating a breakfast bar, 5-ring gas hob and various storage cupboards and drawers, there are also a number of "Neff" integrated appliances, such as dishwasher, low-level fridge, separate upright fridge/freezer, double oven, wine cooler, Shaker cocktail cabinet, complemented by silestone, Carrera marble look work-surfaces, "Caple" one and a half sink unit and a separate fitted oak larder cupboard with integrated power points

Leading from the kitchen area, is the connecting utility room, with a selection of wall and base oak-made units, floor standing Worcester Bosch boiler, granite work-surfaces, side window with fitted bespoke wooden shutter, and space and plumbing for a washing machine and upright fridge freezer

On the first floor, the landing connects to the principal bedroom with part-paneled walls and walk-through wardrobe area with en-suite shower room having a fitted "Duravit" suite incorporating a large shower cubicle with fitted rain-shower, separate bath, concealed wc and floating vanity sink unit, with Mandarin stone tiles and underfloor heating

There is also an additional double bedroom and the superbly-presented family bathroom, with Mandarin stone tiles and underfloor heating, on the first floor, with a staircase leading to the second floor

On the second floor, there are two further double bedrooms, with a particularly generous bedroom with a dual-aspect, eaves storage and ample space for fitted wardrobes, if required

If this is a lettings investment, we would recommend a lettings guide price in the region of £4,500 pcm

OUTGOINGS

Council tax – currently band F

Tax payable for 2022/23 - £2,859.34

SERVICES

Main water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected

Gas fired central heating

Average broadband speeds advertised within this postcode are up to 74 Mbps, if the provider is BT

EPC Band – currently being assessed

SITUATION

Attractive north Cotswold market town situated near the borders of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire

Comprehensive facilities including GP Surgeries, dentist, bank, restaurants, public houses, range of shops, supermarkets and popular Tuesday market

Within the catchment area for Chipping Campden School, a non-selective secondary school and sixth form with academy status

The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop is about 8 miles away

The Members' Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 16.5 miles away

Mainline station with train services reaching Oxford (from 40 minutes) and Paddington (from 92)

Other towns within easy reach are Stratford-upon-Avon (16 miles), Cheltenham (23) and Oxford (27)

OUTSIDE

To the front of the property are double wooden gates, leading to a graveled parking area for two/three vehicles, with the potential for pedestrian gated side access

The enclosed rear garden enjoys a good level of seclusion, with paneled fencing and high conifer hedging, with a beautifully landscaped patio terrace with low-level retaining stone walling incorporating a stone-built firepit with log storage

Of particular note, is the imposing rear elevation of the property with its attractive pillared canopy porch and original sash windows

There is a side access pedestrian right of way to the garden

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