A fully renovated spacious two/three double bedroom home built in 1901. The property has been renovated to a high standard throughout, with a blend of period features, contemporary style using quality tiling, flooring and décor. Briefly comprises hallway, two large reception rooms, two double bedrooms, bespoke designer kitchen and spacious upstairs bathroom. The property also benefit's from new roof, double glazing, sockets and switches, part re-wiring, radiators and quality carpets whilst also retaining original features where possible, enhanced by additional period items. The accommodation has been tastefully decorated throughout with period features including many original plastered walls, both cast iron and open fireplaces, solid wood doors and painted exposed brickwork.
Porch Contemporary laminate flooring, exposed painted brickwork, electricity meter, telephone point and consumer unit.
Entrance hall Bright entrance with doors to the two reception rooms and stairs off. UPVC double glazed window to side aspect, contemporary Italian Porcelain tiled floor, radiator and wireless central heating thermostat.
Sitting room 11' 1 Into Bay" x 10' 7" (3.38m x 3.23m) Multi functional sitting room/bedroom . UPVC double glazed bay window to front aspect, decorative cast iron fire surround in chimney breast, brick hearth, dark waxed floorboards and contemporary ceiling rose. Double panel radiator, gas point beneath floor, television aerial point.
Dining room 14' 7" x 10' 4" (4.44m x 3.15m) UPVC double glazed window facing the side aspect, decorative open fireplace inset to chimney breast, contemporary laminate flooring and ceiling rose. Double radiator, television aerial point, door to large under stairs cupboard with light, original brick and tiled floor, gas point and unusual glazed and cast iron panels to stair risers. Two open doorways lead to the Kitchen.
Kitchen 14' 7" x 8' 5" (4.44m x 2.57m) High quality previously extended, airy and bright room. Two UPVC double glazed windows overlooking rear garden, part sloping ceiling, painted original brickwork, Italian Porcelain tiled floor and tall contemporary radiator. Sleek high quality bespoke kitchen comprising handle-less, painted shaker-style floor and wall cupboards. 6m of work surface fitted with a white ceramic sink and quarter-turn chrome and white lever mixer tap
Five tall wall cupboards with integrated Elica recirculating extractor. Twelve floor cupboards including Neff ceramic hob and electric oven, 2 corner units, concealed three drawer unit and integrated washing machine. Space for tall fridge freezer. Wall mounted cooker switch, two pop-up 3-gang electric sockets with usb ports, four further double and two single wall sockets.
Upvc double glazed door giving access to side entry and rear garden.
Hallway Original exposed and painted wooden staircase with pine handrail leading to the carpeted hallway, leading to both bedrooms and bathroom. New full sized loft hatch with pull-down wooden access ladder leading to useful insulated loft space.
Master bedroom 14' 7" x 9' 9" (4.44m x 2.97m) Spacious full-width double bedroom. Two UPVC double glazed windows to front aspect, decorative cast iron fire surround in chimney breast, original hearth and fitted carpet, double radiator and opening leading to carpeted over-stairs storage / dressing cupboard with original single glazed window to the side aspect.
Bedroom two 11' 5" x 10' 5" (3.48m x 3.18m) Double bedroom with UPVC double glazed window overlooking rear garden, decorative cast iron fire surround in chimney breast, original hearth, double panel radiator and fitted carpet.
Bathroom 8' 4" x 7' 6" (2.54m x 2.29m) Spacious bathroom with UPVC double glazed window to the rear aspect, pitched ceiling, half-height painted wooden boarding to three walls and quality vinyl flooring. Contemporary white three piece suite comprising free-standing bath with quarter-turn mixer tap and telephone-style shower head, washbasin with quarter-turn mixer taps, toilet with soft close seat, electric razor socket, ceiling mounted extractor fan, large airing cupboard containing Worcester combi boiler and tall contemporary radiator.
Front aspect Low wall on two sides, low fencing to side, uncultivated flowerbed area, with gated side access to rear garden and paving leading to part double glazed UPVC front door.
Garden Accessed from kitchen or front garden, wall to side access, garden has wall to end and wooden panel fencing to sides, blue brick and concrete hardstanding to the rear of the kitchen, low seating wall, pathway with lawn and border to one side and area for vegetable planting to the other. Outside light, garden shed with paved area behind for bin storage.
Situation This property benefits from being within walking distance of major supermarkets, Evesham town centre, Bengeworth academy and the Regal Cinema. Evesham is a growing rural market town in the Local Authority District of Wychavon, and the County of Worcester. It is located roughly equidistant between Worcester, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon, and within easy reach of the Cotswolds, The Malvern Hills and the Forest of Dean. For more information on the town and its services visit
Evesham is in the heart of the country with good access to the motorway and trunk road network to get to all parts of the UK, and is on the main rail line to London and Paddington, via Oxford and Reading, and with journey times of less than two hours.
With our growing interest in local produce, the Vale of Evesham has recently been rediscovered for its excellent asparagus, orchard fruits, especially plums, and the wide range of freshly grown horticultural produce, with many local pubs and restaurants making the most of locally sourced high quality produce.
Tenure We understand the property is for sale 'Freehold'. Purchasers should obtain confirmation of this through their solicitors prior to exchange of contracts. This property is also being sold with no onward chain.
Council tax band Currently tax band 'B' this is subject to change during the conveyance if the property has been extended since 1st April 1991
anti money laundering We are now required by hm customs and excise to verify the identity of all purchasers and vendors as such should you wish to proceed with the purchase of this or any other property two forms of identification will be required. Further information is available from our office.
Nb Whilst we endeavour to make our sale's details accurate, if at any point there is anything of particular importance to you, please contact us and we will be pleased to check the information. Please do so if you're travelling some distance to view the property. These particulars are not to form part of the sale contract and may be subject to errors and/or omissions. The agents did not verify the property's structural integrity, ownership, tenure, acreage, planning/building regulations, status, square footage or the availability/operation of services and/or appliances. The property is sold subject to any rights-of-way, public footpaths, wayleaves, covenants and any other issues or planning/building regulation matters which may affect the legal title. Prospective purchasers must satisfy themselves as to the particulars correctness and should seek legal validation of all matters prior to expressing any formal intent to purchase. All fixtures, fittings, chattels and other items not mentioned are specifically excluded unless otherwise agreed within the sale contract. No person in this firm's employment has the authority to make or give any representation or warranty in any respect