Gras Close, Bretforton, Evesham, WR11 7JP
£489,950 Guide Price
- Immaculate Spacious Detached Family Home
- Four Bedrooms Three Bathrooms
- Double Garage and Off Road Parking
- Large Plot Virtually South Facing
- Sought After Village Location
- Gas Centrally Heated and Double Glazed
- Downstairs Study
- Light and Airy
- Large Kitchen Family Room
- Remainder NHBC Certificate
Property SummaryCHAIN FREE-GREATLY REDUCED. A beautifully presented spacious four-bedroom three bathroom detached family home situated in a peaceful cul de sac location within the highly sought-after village of Bretforton. The property has a detached double garage with power, lighting and eaves storage, off road parking and a large virtually south facing rear garden. This light and airy property is double glazed and gas centrally heated and was completed in 2015 so still has the remainder of the NHBC certificate.
The property is approached via a paved pathway to the front door which leads into the spacious hallway giving a feeling of grandeur. From the hallway, stairs rise to the first floor with storage underneath and there are doors leading into the ground floor accommodation. The kitchen diner family room is of particular note with its range of stunning modern wall and base units, breakfast bar, integrated appliances, tiled floor and double doors to the garden. The sitting room is very light and airy as it has a triple aspect and also doors to the garden. There is a utility room, downstairs WC and a useful home office. From the lovely spacious landing on the first floor there are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master has an ensuite shower room and dressing room and bedroom two also has an ensuite.
The plot size is excellent for a recently built property with a large patio area as well as a lawn. From the garden there is a pedestrian access door to the garage. Viewing is a must.
A picturesque village lying approximately 6 miles East of Evesham and close to the North Cotswolds.
Bretforton boasts the award-winning Country Pub of the Year 2016; The Fleece Inn is world famous for its ciders, real ales and good food. St. Leonard’s Church, which dates back from the late 13th century, is located in the centre of the village alongside the First School. There is a delightful Pre-School located in the Village Hall and a Community Store which is volunteer led, as well as a mobile Post Office and Banking Service in the village three days a week. Bretforton also has an active Sports Club as well as a Community Social Club and a Gardening Club. The village is also home to Bretforton Silver Band which can trace its routes back to 1895.
A truly unique place to live.