A well-presented detached home with immaculate gardens, a garage, parking and picturesque countryside views.
This attractive home is positioned in a quiet enclave backing onto open countryside with idyllic views, at the edge of the sought-after town of Winchcombe. Built just six years ago, Redrow are renowned for their exceptional builds with traditional structures of great character, offering ample living space, bedrooms, and storage, in addition to ineffable qualities that make a house feel like a home.
The standard of finish throughout the house is immaculate and the layout is suited to modern family living. The ground floor contains the living space including a spacious sitting room with views to the front through a feature bay window. Arguably the most impressive room in the house is the open plan kitchen and dining room with sliding doors out to the sun terrace and lawn. This wonderfully bright and contemporary room is functional yet sociable and has a range of units and integrated appliances by Smeg to include a cooker, dishwasher, double-over, fridge/freezer under a Silestone work surface. Adjacent is a utility/boot room with direct access to outside and a cloakroom.
On the first floor are four excellent double bedrooms, arranged around an airy landing. The master suite has built in wardrobes and an en suite shower room. A guest bedroom with built in cupboards and two further double bedrooms, all of which share a modern family bathroom.
From the select enclave in which the house is positioned, a driveway provides formal parking and access to the garage. There is an area of lawn to the front with the broader gardens to the rear overlooking open countryside. Unusually for such a setting the views are idyllic and give the sense of semi-rural living. The garden has been designed to provide the balance of an easily maintainable space that is a place to enjoy. A patio area is outside the kitchen and there are two further seating areas accessed via a stone path framed with boxed hedgerows and a stocked border.
Oldhill Grove is a quiet and sought-after cul-de-sac and the house occupies a particularly iddluc countryside setting within this sought after development set to the edge of Winchcombe itself, this charming market town has become a cultural centre over recent years with its cosmopolitan feel and excellent range of facilities including butchers, bakers, well stocked shops, excellent restaurants, coffee shops and a florist to name a few. Schooling in the area is particularly good with a well reputed primary and secondary school. Positioned in An Area of Outstanding Natural beauty it is noted for its rolling hills and open countryside, which makes for some of the best walking and riding landscape. Whilst beautifully semi-rural, it is extremely accessible with the larger centre of Cheltenham only six miles away. A fashionable hub with further excellent schools in both the state and private sector. For the commuter transport links are strong with regular bus routes between Cheltenham and Winchcombe, easy access to the M5 Tewkesbury and M4 corridor via the A40/A419. There are direct trains form Cheltenham to London and from Kingham.
EPC is available
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292