Chipping Campden is one of the best known Cotswold towns set at the northern end of the Cotswold Hills, famous for its High Street and mixture of fine old houses and buildings. The town has an excellent range of shops with more specialised amenities and facilities provided by Stratford-upon-Avon and Cheltenham. There are bus services and the area is well known for its accessibility to a number of important regional centres. The town is also well served with numerous clubs and societies, ranging from sports to social activities and creative arts festivals. There is also a mainline railway station at Moreton-in-Marsh for London (Paddington). There are Churches of different denominations and an excellent selection of local schools.
Entered through a part glazed uPVC front door with Canopy Porch over and having an oak effect floor, a shelved store cupboard and access to the loft space.
Also having oak effect flooring continuing from the hall, ceiling downlighters and uPVC sliding double glazed patio doors to the:
Of double glazed uPVC construction over a dwarf wall to one side, from which to overlook the rear garden and fields beyond. With a double glazed pitched roof, double glazed double doors to one end, oak effect flooring, roller blinds, a radiator and a contemporary ceiling fan, this room works for all seasons.
fitted with a range of timber effect drawer and cupboard units with brushed steel handles under granite effect worktops with a stainless steel sink with mixer tap, a stainless steel gas hob with canopy over, an integrated stainless steel electric oven, large ceramic tiles and further complimentary ceramic tiling to the splashback. There is a freestanding fridge and dishwasher, a uPVC double glazed panel door to the rear garden with a window alongside and a wall-mounted Worcester gas-fired combination boiler.
Having a large picture window to the front with two rows of blinds and oak effect flooring.
With further oak effect flooring and a window to the front.
fitted with a white suite of WC, pedestal washbasin and paneled bath with electric shower over. There is white ceramic wall tiling, a large wall-mounted mirror, a chrome 'ladder' heated towel rail, stone effect flooring and frosted window to the rear.
Is enclosed by a post and rail fence and planted shrubs where a pathway from the gate leads through the lawn to the front door and gated access to:
Enjoying an outlook over fields and laid mainly to lawn including a raised area to one corner and a large timber deck. Riven paving creates a patio at the rear of the bungalow and a paved pathway leads to one side. Within the garden there are several mature trees, a large garden shed, and a:
with space for appliances within a brick-built outbuilding.
The property is offered for sale freehold and with vacant possession upon completion.
This property was formerly part of the Local Authority housing stock and as such contains a restrictive covenant which requires consent to purchase from the Local Authority. It is understood that any purchaser (or tenant) who has lived and worked within Gloucestershire or the Cotswolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty for at least the last three years immediately prior to the purchase or rental, would qualify for automatic consent. Other applications may be considered on merit following a minimum of 8 weeks marketing on the Councils website.
All those fixtures and fittings as described in these particulars are included in the purchase price, the remainder being expressly excluded.
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