Orchard Close, Bretforton, Evesham, WR11 7HZ

£365,000 Guide Price
  • Ref: 10946811
  • Type: Detached Bungalow
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 3
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • DETACHED EXTENDED BUNGALOW
  • CHAIN FREE
  • THREE BEDROOMS
  • HIGHLY SOUGHT-AFTER LOCATION
  • OFF-ROAD PARKING AND GARAGE
  • PRIVATE REAR GARDEN
  • FITTED KITCHEN DINER
  • MASTER ENSUITE
  • SPACIOUS SITTING ROOM
  • STUDY

Property Summary

Offered CHAIN FREE this extended three-bedroom two bathroom detached bungalow is situated centrally in the highly sought-after village of Bretforton and boasts off-road parking and garage. The accommodation is light and airy with large windows and the property is double glazed and gas centrally heated. The master bedroom has its own ensuite shower room, the garden enjoys a sunny aspect and there is a useful study off the kitchen diner.

A paved pathway leads to the front porch which in turn opens into the hallway. The sitting room is particularly spacious with a large picture window and feature fireplace. The kitchen diner is at the rear of the property and is fitted with an attractive range of wall and base units with butcher’s block style work surfaces and breakfast bar. All the appliances are included, washing machine, dishwasher, American fridge freezer, oven, hob and extractor.

The master bedroom and ensuite are to the front of the property. Bedrooms two and three are both well-proportioned and there is a lovely family bathroom, which complements this lovely home.

The rear garden is high hedged giving it excellent privacy and is mostly laid to lawn with pedestrian access to the garage. The garage has power and lighting.

ABOUT BRETFORTON

A picturesque village lying approximately 6 miles East of Evesham and close to the North Cotswolds. Once part of the farmland of Evesham Abbey, Bretforton has a history of market gardening and consists of a huge variety of different properties including a Jacobean Manor House, a Gothic Hall, a Grange and the award-winning Fleece Inn which 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 Shop which is volunteer led, as well as a mobile Post Office and Banking Service in the village three days a week. The village is home to Bretforton Silver Band which can trace its routes back to 1895. Bretforton also has an active Sports Club as well as a Community Social Club and a Gardening Club.