A simply stunning Grade II Listed detached villa constructed in the early 19th Century. Measuring in excess of 6,000sq.ft. Including two self-contained apartments, this charming and characterful family home retains many period features set in beautiful walled gardens and grounds measuring 1 acre.
Set back from the road and accessed via electric wrought iron gates, Twigworth Court is a beautifully proportioned detached residence which has recently undergone a sympathetic programme of updating and offers a wealth of character features typical of the era. The wide reception hall is accessed through an imposing front door under a tile covered porch and provides access to the various reception rooms on the ground floor including a drawing room leading to a garden room, sitting room and formal dining room, whilst also on the ground floor is a study and a recently upgraded kitchen/breakfast room which enjoys double doors into the garden. Also on the ground floor is a large cloakroom and larder/store. The first floor is accessed by an original staircase and offers three similarly proportioned and sizable double bedrooms with one benefitting from an en-suite shower room and the remaining two are serviced by a magnificent bathroom. The mezzanine landing hosts a utility room. The second floor has four further stunning bedrooms and a shower room. The views from all the bedrooms at the front of the property are of particular note and enjoy an outlook towards Chosen Hill. The property further benefits from a cellar, a workshop and two self-contained apartments which would provide a significant income. Externally, this charming family home has walled gardens and grounds measuring an acre and neighbour open countryside.
The property is located in Twigworth, a small village near Gloucester which offers local facilities, with more available in nearby Longford. The regional centres of Gloucester Tewkesbury and Cheltenham are all within a short drive, the latter being some seven miles distant offering a wide range of bespoke shops and boutiques, restaurants and wine bars, together with a number of popular schools. Access to the M5 motorway network is favourable, whilst the neighbouring countryside offers some of the most desirable walking country with various popular public houses on route.
Mains water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected to the property.
Tewkesbury Borough Council:
Council Tax Bands:
Main House: (F) - £2,432.90pa. (2020/2021).
Flat: (A) - £1,122.87pa. (2020/2021).
Strictly through the sole agents, Charles Lear & Co. On .