Main Street, Sedgeberrow, Evesham, WR11 7UE
£300,000 Guide Price
- Extended Character Cottage
- Large Plot
- Built in the 18th Century
- Off Road Parking
- Large Rooms
- Feature Fireplaces
- Kitchen Diner
- Highly Sought after Location
- Character Features
- Front, Rear and Side Gardens
Property SummaryA spacious, greatly extended two-bedroom character cottage with off road parking situated in the highly sought-after village of Sedgeberrow and boasting a large plot with potential for further building (subject to the necessary permissions). The property has lots of character features throughout and boasts two reception rooms, a large kitchen diner and a well-proportioned master bedroom.
The property is approached via a paved pathway to a lovely wooden front door which leads into the entrance hallway with a further door into the sitting room. The stunning spacious sitting room with its exposed beams and inglenook fireplace then leads into the dining room with more exposed character beams and a feature fireplace. The inner hallway has stairs to the first floor and doors to the bathroom and kitchen-diner. The bathroom is furnished with a white suite plus ample necessary storage. The kitchen-diner is light and airy, has a range of matching wall and base units, some integrated appliances, a breakfast bar, double glazed windows looking onto the garden and a stable door to the side.
On the first floor there are two good size bedrooms (especially the master) plus built -in storage and character features.
Outside, the plot is surprising with gardens on all three sides, mostly fenced and laid to lawn plus various mature trees, bushes and shrubs and off-road parking.
The property is situated in the sought-after village of Sedgeberrow about three miles south of Evesham close to the A46 giving good commuting access to Cheltenham, the M5, Stratford etc.
The village boasts an excellent Primary School that achieved an ‘Outstanding’ in a recent Ofsted report and attached to the school is a lovely playgroup for the younger children. The pub is very much a traditional ‘local’ and gives a real sense of community along with a Village Hall which is available to hire.
The Sedgeberrow sustainable and manageable energy group SeSaME was recently voted overall winner of the Wychavon Intelligently Green Award.