High Street, Honeybourne, Evesham, WR11 7PQ
£500,000 Guide Price
- Spacious Traditional Family Home
- Up to Six Bedrooms
- Three Reception Rooms
- Ample Parking and Double Garage
- Sought-After Village Location
- Sunny Garden
- Double Glazed and Gas Centrally Heated
- Character Features
- Two Bathrooms
- Large Utility
Property SummaryBuilt in 1857 this spacious detached traditional family home offers a large volume of accommodation over three floors. There could be as many as six bedrooms, plus there are three reception rooms, a large double garage and off-road parking. Situated in the sought-after ‘old part’ of Honeybourne and close to amenities and this superb property is full of character features including beautiful wooden doors, high ceilings and feature fireplaces whilst is complimented with more modern refinements such as mains gas central heating and double glazing.
The property is approached via a tarmac driveway (giving off road parking for several vehicles) to the wooden front door which leads into the expansive entrance hallway. In the hallway there is a stunning arched picture window overlooking the rear garden and there are doors to all three reception rooms and to the breakfast kitchen. The formal dining room is light and airy due to its dual aspect. The sitting room has a large bay window to the front and a gas fire in a feature fireplace. The third reception room is currently used as a study but could be a great playroom and has a rustic brick feature wall. The breakfast kitchen is fully furnished with a range of modern wall and base units, integrated oven, hob and extractor and door to the rear patio. Completing the ground floor accommodation are a large utility room/wash-house and a downstairs WC. Stairs lead to the first floor from the hallway and on the first floor there are four double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite and there is a family bathroom. Stairs lead from bedroom four to the second floor which has four rooms, one of which is a WC.
Outside the plot is on all four sides of the property and is well stocked with a variety of mature bushes, trees (including apple and plum) and shrubs. The rear garden is of a sunny aspect, is mainly laid to lawn with a large patio area, side parking and a large detached double garage. To the rear of the garage is an old brick stable block believed for housing ponies probably when this property was a grocery shop many years ago.
Honeybourne is a thriving village and civil parish about 6 miles east of Evesham and 5 miles from Broadway and Chipping Campden. It has a Church, a well-stocked Village Shop, a fabulous Primary School, two Public Houses, a Chinese Takeaway and Fish and Chip Shop, as well as brand new Co-op.
Honeybourne boasts a main line train station to London Paddington whilst Cheltenham and Stratford upon Avon provide shopping facilities within motoring distance.