Cherry Close, Offenham, Evesham, WR11 8SQ
£385,000 Guide Price
- Superbly Presented EXTENDED Family Home
- Lovely Peaceful Village Location
- Gas Centrally Heated and Double Glazed
- Large Garage with Electric Door
- Four DOUBLE Bedrooms Three Bathrooms
- Ample Off Road Parking
- Sunny Rear Garden
- Two Large Sitting Rooms
- Kitchen Diner
- Many Recent Upgrades
Property SummaryA superbly presented and extended four double bedroom, three bathroom detached family home with many recent upgrades and situated in a lovely peaceful location in the heart of this ever-popular village. The property boasts ample off-road parking, double garage with electronic doors, two sitting rooms plus kitchen diner and a beautiful garden with sunny aspect. There is gas central heating and double glazing.
The property is approached via the driveway and pathway to the front door which opens into a spacious hallway with real oak flooring, under-stairs storage and downstairs WC. Stairs rise from the hallway to the first-floor landing. There are two sitting rooms, both with solid oak flooring separated by folding doors and the larger has a feature fireplace and bi-fold doors to the garden. The modern L-shaped kitchen diner is fully fitted with a stunning range of wall and base units and integrated appliances including full height fridge and freezer, five ring hob and double oven. All complimented with granite work-surfaces and Karndean flooring. There is ample space for dining and tri-fold doors to the garden giving it a lovely light and airy feel. On the first floor there are four double bedrooms all with built-in wardrobes; master and bedroom two both have ensuites, plus there is a beautiful family bathroom.
The rear garden is a delight with two patio areas, lawn and well-stocked borders. There is side access and a shed that has power and lighting.
A large rural village and civil parish in the Wychavon district of Worcestershire, Offenham is located about three miles east of the Vale of Evesham. The River Avon flows through this picturesque village which benefits from two riverside Public Houses, a good Primary school, Shop, Post Office, Church, British Legion Club, Village Hall, Recreation ground as well as a Football and Cricket club. It has one of the tallest wooden Maypoles and still holds the annual Wake
Day and celebrations.
There is good service by rail to London Paddington, Oxford and Worcester via the pretty Cotswold Line and the M5 motorway is 8 miles away. There are excellent road links to Birmingham (33 miles), Bristol (61 miles) & London (98 miles). Local towns include Stratford on Avon (12 miles), Broadway (6 miles), Chipping Campden (8 miles),
Cheltenham (19 miles) and Worcester (15 miles).