Newlands, Pershore

£355,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
**OFFICE OPEN 7-DAYS A WEEK FOR VIEWINGS AND VALUATIONS INCLUDING SATURDAYS 9-4pm AND SUNDAYS 10-2pm** This beautifully presented grade II listed cottage is believed to be one of the oldest properties in Pershore (featuring in the town guide) possibly dating back to the 15th century. The cottage, which was originally two properties was knocked into one and completely renovated in the 1970's and has been lovingly and consistently upgraded over the years. Recent upgrades have included a new fitted kitchen, bathroom, boiler (approx. 3-years old), wood burner, oak windows to the front bedrooms and the garden has been professionally re-landscaped. The character, the warm and cosy ambience is felt from the moment you enter the cottage. The first reception room is currently used as a study. This is open plan, separated by oak beams into the lovely lounge - the focal point of which is the striking Inglenook. This room in turn leads into a dining area and into the fitted kitchen - also with a lovely exposed brickwork Inglenook. On the first floor are two double bedrooms (both with fitted wardrobes) and bathroom with under floor heating. The garden was professional re-landscaped three years ago and is low maintenance with a variety of pretty planting and raised vegetable growing beds. It has a patio seating area, potting shed with electricity and wood store. Gated access to the rear leads to the gravelled parking area with parking for two vehicles and electricity charging point. Within close proximity to Pershore Abbey, Abbey Park and Pershore town centre.

Reception Room

13' 1'' x 9' 7'' min (3.98m x 2.92m)

Hardwood obscure glazed door and oak window to the front aspect. Open plan into lounge with floor to ceiling exposed beams. Feature inglenook/chimney breast with flagstone hearth and wooden mantle/shelf. Fitted cupboards/shelving units (with feature lighting. One cupboard houses gas and electricity meters) in both recesses. Ceiling beams. Radiator. Telephone and broadband points.

Lounge

15' 7'' max into chimney recess x 16' 2'' (4.75m x 4.92m)

Two oak windows to the front aspect. Open plan into reception room and dining area with floor to ceiling exposed beams. Feature inglenook fireplace with oak beam, wood burning stove and flagstone hearth. Ceiling beams. Radiator. Television aerial point. Step up into dining area.

Dining Area

15' 7'' x 6' 6'' (4.75m x 1.98m)

Oak window and glazed panelled door to the rear aspect. Open plan into lounge with floor to ceiling exposed beams. Stairs rising to the first floor. Radiator. Step down into the lounge. Archway into the kitchen.

Kitchen

10' 9'' max into Inglenook x 9' 4'' max (3.27m x 2.84m)

Oak window to the rear aspect. Range of gloss wall and base units surmounted by work surface (part granite and wall units with down lights). Lovely inglenook with exposed brickwork, oak beam and space for rangemaster style cooker. Inset Belfast style sink with mixer tap. Tiled splash backs. Space for under counter fridge. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Walk in pantry. Tiled floor. Hardwood door into garden. Archway into dining area.

Landing

Wall and ceiling beams. Stripped wooden floor boards. Access into loft (which is half boarded with retractable ladder and light). Wooden latched doors into bedrooms and bathroom.

Master Bedroom

16' 4'' x 12' 1'' max (4.97m x 3.68m)

Dual aspect oak windows (front with secondary glazing). Wall beams. Fitted wardrobes and storage cupboards. Chimney breast with recesses either side. Stripped wooden floor boards. Radiator.

Bedroom Two

10' 3'' max x 9' 7'' (3.12m x 2.92m)

Oak window to the front aspect. Wall beams. Fitted wardrobes with oak doors. Stripped wooden floor boards. Radiator.

Bathroom

11' 5'' max x 5' 10'' (3.48m x 1.78m)

Obscure oak window to the rear. Matching white suite: Double corner shower cubicle with twin head, mains fed shower; pedestal wash hand basin; low flush w.c. Fully tiled wall (except one with wall beams). Fitted couple with double doors housing washing machine, tumble dryer and Worcester gas-fired combination boiler. Tiled floor with under floor heating. Heated towel rail. Down lights and extractor fan.

Rear Garden

The enclosed rear garden was professionally landscaped approximately 3-years ago. It is low maintenance and contains a variety of pretty planting including ferns, hydrangea, magnolia stallata, weigela and ameleanchia. It has a patio seating area which leads through a wooden arch with climbing roses and clematis onto a pathway with inset sensor lighting which leads through the main garden area (which has raised beds for growing vegetables) to the rear of the garden where there are fruit trees including fan-trained apricot and cherry, a potting shed with electricity, a wood store and washing line. Gated access at the rear leads to the gravelled parking area with space for two vehicles and a electricity car charging point.

Parking

There are two parking spaces at the rear of the garden which are accessed through Monks Close.

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