Woodlands, Eckington Road, Bredon
A DISTINCTIVE INDIVIDUALLY DESIGNED DETACHED COTSWOLD STONE HOUSE, FINISHED TO A HIGH STANDARD.
SITUATED ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF THIS POPULAR VILLAGE AND STANDING IN GROUNDS OF APPROXIMATELY 1/2 AN ACRE
Entrance, Reception Hall, Shower Room, Good Sized Lounge, Kitchen/Diner, Conservatory, Ground Floor Bedroom and Two Further Double Bedrooms on the First Floor. Full Bathroom Suite with Shower. Enclosed Garden, Raised Decking Alfresco Area. Detached Double
Garage, Three Timber Garden Stores, Driveway with Ample Turning Space and Parking,
Woodlands, set in approximately ½ an acre is situated within a conservation area and was completed in March 2015, there is the remainder of a 10-year National Home Buyers certificate (NHBC). This individual house is constructed of cavity Cotswold stone. It has dressed coin stones and is finished to a very high standard making this an impressive property in its own grounds.
The rainwater is harvested and held in a submerged 3000 litre tank, which supply’s the toilets, washing machine and outside tap. The property is heated by an LPG boiler (liquid propane gas), with the supply tank buried in the grounds. The holding tank is 1500 litres.
The property has a sensor alarm system fitted and there is security lighting around the property. BT is also connected with broadband being available.
There is a suspended ground floor within the property with attractive light oak floor covering to the main areas and the double-glazed windows are a wood style uPvc which co-ordinates well with the Cotswold stone finish.
The kitchen is fitted to a high standard together with integral appliances which include the large double fridge/freezer, plumbed in washer/dryer and a dishwasher. Five burner gas hob top and double oven with grill, built in microwave.
Bredon is a popular and historic village, set on the southern side of Bredon Hill with its period and modern property’s, a picturesque church with spire, famous village pub and the river Avon which runs along the western boundary on its way to Tewkesbury to meet the Severn. There is local village stores and good educational facilities in the area. The mainline railway runs through the village and passes the rear boundary of “Woodlands”. The M5 is accessible at Tewskesbury junction 9, travelling north or south with the M50 spur also within easy reach. Further main centres are Cheltenham approximately 12 miles, Tewskesbury approximately 3 miles, Pershore approximately 6 miles and Evesham approximately 9 miles.
Bredon has a veterinary practice and doctor’s surgery, first schooling and wonderful village shop/stores serving superb fresh bread together with many other daily previsions.