3 Parkwood, Elmley Castle, Elmley Castle
SITUATED WITHIN THIS POPULAR MATURE RESIDENTIAL DEVELOPMENT, AN EXTENDED AND GREATLY IMPROVED DETACHED FOUR BEDROOM VILLAGE PROPERTY HAVING SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN, DOUBLE GARAGE AND FRONT DRIVEWAY.
Canopied Entrance, Entrance Porch, Cloakroom, Open Plan Kitchen/Dining Room, Sitting Room, Large Garden Room, Master Bedroom with En-Suite, Three Further Bedrooms, Bathroom, Double Garage and Garden Stores, Summerhouse, Pleasant Rear Garden.
Parkwood is a residential development established in 1972, in the grounds of the original Parkwood House. Set within a Conservation Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and near to the picturesque village church.
This detached property has been the subject of much improvement and updating now offering open plan kitchen/dining room together with extended storage and access to a covered way and double garage. There is the addition of the large garden room to the rear and a comfortable sitting room to the front of the house. There are four good-sized bedrooms with one en-suite and a family bathroom. The property is very well presented. There is oil central heating and a south facing garden.
Elmley Castle is an attractive, historic village, with black and white cottages and more modern period houses lining the street. The village has a lovely church and there are scenic walks from the main street up Hill Lane onto Bredon Hill, with its hill forts and early settlements. There is also a thriving village hall that runs weekly clubs and classes such as a toddler group, cubs and Pilates, along with a visiting post office. The village supports a first school and has an active cricket club on the village green, with a good team, well supported! There is a local public house which has a cosy restaurant and good ales. Elmley is in the catchment area for Prince Henry’s High School Evesham which is approximately five miles distant. Evesham has a mainline railway station to London Paddington and there are excellent supermarket facilities including Waitrose. Broadway is approximately eight miles distant, which is the gateway to the Cotswolds. The market town of Pershore is approximately four miles distant where local facilities can be found. Significant centres for connectivity are the M5 Junction 7 at Worcester (12 miles), Stratford Upon Avon (23 miles) and Cheltenham Spa (20 miles).