Quay Cottage, Quay Lane, Great Comberton, Great Comberton

Quay Cottage, Quay Lane, Great Comberton

Property Details

A MOST INDIVIDUAL, EXTENDED, DETACHED THREE BEDROOM HOUSE SET IN AN ENVIABLE POSITION WITH 0.6 ACRE OF MATURE GARDENS AND WITHIN A CONSERVATION AREA (AONB).

Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Drawing Room, Separate Dining Room, Kitchen, Breakfast Room/Day Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom/Shower,
Workshop/Craft Room, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom, Detached Garage,
Attractive Gardens and Gated Driveway.

Great Comberton is a popular residential village at the foot of the historic Bredon Hill with the river Avon flowing down to Tewkesbury which would have provided a source of connectivity in years gone by to the villages that have the river access. Quay Lane is one of those access points, though Quay Cottage was created in 1983 once being in the grounds of Quay House and now standing in its own garden of approximately 0.6 acre within the conservation area (AONB). The bottom of Quay Lane opens up to a public grass mooring with enough room to moor three boats on the edge of the river Avon.

The cottage enjoys this lovely location with southerly views over farmland and garden with Bredon Hill at the top of the village. The property has three bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor. The flexible ground floor accommodation flows with reception hall and doors off to all the useful rooms to include the main drawing room which has an access on into the garden and on to the southerly patio. This room has double doors into the dining room with front bay window. There is breakfast room/day room off the fitted kitchen. Utility room is off the inner hall leading through to the lobby with cloakroom/shower and a useful workshop/crafts room/large study. There is garden access from the lobby.

The garden is very well established with its planted woodland and specimen trees. Gated driveway to timber double garage with further colourful flower garden and lawn planned to border the property giving early and late blooms during the blossom and flowering season.

The historic market town of Pershore is approximately 2.5 miles distant being Georgian styled and provides high street shopping facilities and supermarket together with an indoor market and leisure complex. The river Avon runs to the east of the town lending itself to scenic walks and leisure pursuits. There are two medical centres and hospital and town library, together with excellent educational facilities within the area. Pershore has the Number 8 Arts Centre which is run by voluntary help and provides theatre activities, a cinema, ballet and yoga classes and is very much a part of Pershore community living.

The new Worcestershire Parkway Railway Interchange has been developed to improve the access and destinations to the southwest, the northeast, London and the Thames Valley, so significantly enhancing Worcestershire’s connectivity to outlying regions. The motorway is approximately five miles distant at Worcester junction 7 of the M5, bringing Birmingham to the north and Bristol to the south within commutable distance. Other main centres are Stratford-upon-Avon with the theatre and racecourse, Cheltenham with National Hunt horseracing, the Everyman Theatre and superb main shopping facilities. Worcester with its famous Cathedral and equally famous cricket club together with the River Severn and pedestrianised shopping centre.

 

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