Woolton, School Lane, Middle Littleton

Sold STC
£525,000
  • Ref: WOOLTON
  • Type: Bungalow
  • Availability: Sold STC
  • Bedrooms: 4
  • Bathrooms: 2
  • Reception Rooms: 2
  • Tenure: Freehold
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Property Features

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Open Plan Kitchen Diner
  • Orangery
  • Parking For Four Vehicles
  • Large Garden With Orchard

Property Summary

This is a substantial renovated and innovatively designed four-bedroom property in a delightful and private location offering modern and comfortable family accommodation complemented by large private gardens.

The main entry is via a quadrant porch which leads through to the reception hall, decorated in bright neutral colours and heated by a wall-mounted column radiator. A solid oak floor complements solid wood internal doors which open onto three of the four bedrooms, the main house bathroom, the living room, large coat/shoe cupboard with overhead storage, airing cupboard and kitchen/diner.

The living room is carpeted with plenty of light allowed through six casement shuttered windows looking through to the orangery, supplemented after dark by recessed ceiling-mounted led spotlights. A brushed steel gas fireplace is surrounded by a neutral stone mantle and hearth with additional warmth in the winter months provided by wall-mounted radiators on either side.

A door from the living room also leads through to a 30 ft kitchen/diner, fitted with solid-oak floors to match the reception hall. The dining area benefits from wall-mounted uplighters and is comfortably large enough to accommodate a table and chairs for six. The open plan kitchen is equipped with AEG eye-level double electric ovens, a five-ring gas hob beneath an extractor (vented to the outside), a double-bowl under-mounted sink and space for an upright fridge/freezer. Under-unit lights complement the recessed ceiling spotlights while the black granite countertops offer some contrast to the off white wall and base units to include corner carousel storage.

Another door adjacent to the breakfast bar leads through to the utility room, fitted with dark grey floor tiles and equipped with space and plumbing for a dishwasher and washing machine with an additional counter above with numerus power sockets. There is a second external door from here leading to the front garden as well as an internal one offering access to the integral garage. Other doors from the utility room also open onto the WC, the pantry and the boot room – the latter ideal for outdoor hats, coats and shoes and also including a terracotta-tile floor, power/lighting and its own external door to a perimeter path running along the west side of the property. The pantry houses a modern Worcester boiler, lighting and electrical sockets.

Meanwhile, an internal door from the dining area opens onto the largest of the four bedrooms while double doors lead through to one of the property’s outstanding features, a 36 feet long orangery. Awning windows can be opened in the summer with radiators and a modern log-burner providing warmth in the winter. The orangery also enjoys terracotta floor tiles, sun blinds, led vintage lighting and electrical sockets as well as double doors leading to the rear garden.

Of the four bedrooms, the smallest is used as a study by the current owners, but well suited to a single/queen bed. All are fitted with carpets, led spotlights and include their own individually-controlled, wall-mounted radiators and shutter windows. The second bedroom – accessed from the reception hall – includes triple double wardrobes with overhead storage and its own marble-tiled en-suite facilities including a power shower, pedestal hand basin and dual-flush WC.

The house bathroom benefits from similar modern décor and incorporates a panel bath with power shower over and a glass splash screen, a centrally heated towel rail, dual-flush WC and pedestal hand basin.
There is a large heavily insulated loft space partly laid to floorboards accessed via the hallway. The property also benefits from led lighting throughout and fibre broadband with speeds of up to 300Mb.

Exterior
The property enjoys extensive well-maintained grounds and sits well back from School Lane with an asphalt drive to the right of the garden which curves left along its front. There is a single integral garage with solid wood dual opening doors. The front lawn is bordered by green boundaries, offering privacy from neighbouring homes while a stone-flagged patio area leads to the covered front door. There is ample parking for several cars and a motorhome/caravan and an exterior tap. Paths on either side of the property give access to the rear garden.

The extensive south facing rear garden is laid to lawn, mature shrubs and trees. Beyond the main lawn, through an iron archway, lies a small orchard with apple, plum and pear trees. Outside the rear of the property are two patios, on the east side an established pergola entwined by chocolate vines, honeysuckle and ivy ideal for hot days and entertaining by the wood/pizza oven. The second patio faces the west, which captures the sun later in the day. Additional features include an exterior tap, a greenhouse, a brick built shed (with power, a work bench and lighting), an Indian sandstone path and raised sleeper planters. The rear garden is secure with newly installed fencing on all sides. For the evenings there is remote control led floodlighting in the orchard and over the main lawn with additional vintage lighting over the pergola.

Location
The house is in the village of Middle Littleton within easy reach of open countryside in rural Worcestershire approximately three miles north-east of Evesham on the banks of the River Avon. A mix of traditional and more modern homes have grown up around an historic Tithe Barn, now managed by the National Trust, as well as the village hall, St Nicholas’s Parish Church, The Ivy Inn village pub and local shop/post office – all within walking distance. The Cotswolds are only a few miles away with the village of Broadway reached by car within 15 minutes.

Evesham is an old market town with the river Avon running through its centre. There are a number of independent shops and supermarkets to include a recently opened Waitrose.

Trains from Evesham station run to Great Malvern, Worcester, Hereford and London Paddington.

Local primary education is provided by the Littletons School, which was rated as “good” at its last inspection in January 2020, as was the Middle School in nearby Blackminster, which can be found approximately a mile away.




Dimensions
Living room: 17’ 7 (5.35m) x 11’ 10” (3.60m)
Kitchen/diner: 30’ 2” (9.20m) x 11’ 6” (3.50m)
Utility room: 18’ 4” (5.60m) x 5’ 11” (1.80m)
Boot room: 14’ 9” (4.50m) x 3’ 3” (1.00m)
Conservatory: 36’ 3” (11.05m) x 9’ 0” (2.75m)
Bedroom 1: 18’ 1” (5.50m) x 14’ 9” (4.50m)
Bedroom 2: 14’ 5” (4.40m) x 11’ 6” (3.50m)
En-suite: 7’ 7” (2.30m) x 7’ 10” (2.40m)
Bedroom 3: 9’ 10” (3.00m) x 8’ 6” (2.60m)
Bedroom 4: 11’ 10” (3.60m) x 9’ 10” (3.00m)
Garage: 22’ 0” (6.70m) x 8’ 6” (2.60m)

Disclaimer

These particulars are intended to give a fair description of the property but their accuracy cannot be guaranteed and they do not constitute an offer of contract. Intending purchasers must rely on their own inspection of the property. None of the above appliances/services have been tested by eSale. We recommend purchasers arrange for a qualified person to check all appliances/services before making any legal commitment.

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