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- 6 bedroom Grade II Listed home
- 5 reception rooms
- Kitchen and scullery
- 5 bedrooms on the first floor
- Additional bedroom and attic storage rooms
- Three bathrooms and two cloakrooms
- Extensive gardens at patio
- Vehicular access from Back Ends
- No onward chain
IVY HOUSE Is an impressive Cotswold stone property dating back to 17th Century with additions added including the distinctive Bow window in the 19th Century. The property has a stunning entrance hall with a stained glass door opening directly onto the courtyard and providing a lovely view through the property upon opening the front door. Four reception rooms, scullery, dining room and kitchen with 4 oven Aga. On the first floor there are five bedrooms, two 'jack and jill' bathrooms, a family bathroom and another w/c. On the top floor there is another bedroom and additional attic storage. Outside the gardens are separated by yew hedging and extend to 0.38 of an acre. There is vehicular access to the rear from Guthries Burgage and lapsed planning permission for a triple garage block.
CHIPPING CAMPDEN boasts one of the most beautiful and historic high streets in the North Cotswolds with its traditional Cotswold architecture and good range of shops catering for most everyday needs. There is a library, excellent primary and secondary schools, doctor's surgery and Leisure Centre. Nearby towns of Stratford-upon-Avon (12 miles) and Cheltenham (18 miles) provide larger shopping and cultural amenities. There is a main line station to London (Paddington) from Moreton-in-Marsh (7 miles). M40 and M5 access are approximately 30 minutes drive.
HALL With Oak floorboards and a beautiful stained glass door opening onto the courtyard at the rear.
DRAWING ROOM A lovely light room with Bow window, cornicing and fireplace.
CLOAKROOM W/c, hand basin and storage cupboard.
BOOK ROOM With doors opening onto the hall and large window overlooking the courtyard.
SITTING ROOM With a Cotswold stone fireplace, sash windows and picture rails.
STUDY With sash windows and exposed beams.
BOOT ROOM With hand basin.
SCULLERY Flag stone floor and a range of wall and base units. Space for washing machine and fridge/freezer. Oven and hob.
DINING ROOM Dual aspect and flag stone floor. Bespoke panelled storage cupboards along one side of the room.
KITCHEN/DINER Upgraded by the current owners with 4 oven Aga and the gothic style stone lintel over. Miele microwave, separate Gaggenau hob, two sinks and a range of wall and base units.
MASTER BEDROOM Large double bedroom with large sash windows and fitted wardrobe. Jack and Jill bathroom with bath, separate shower cubicle, w/c and hand basin.
CLOAKROOM W/c and hand basin.
BEDROOM With built in wardrobe, sink and views over the garden.
BEDROOM Large double bedroom with views to the High Street, built in wardrobe and sink.
BEDROOM Large double bedroom with views to the High Street. Jack and Jill bathroom with coloured suite comprising bath, w/c and hand basin.
BATHROOM W/c, hand basin and bath. Large airing cupboard.
BEDROOM Large double bedroom with views over the garden, pretty fireplace, built in wardrobe and sink.
ATTIC BEDROOM On the top floor there is a bedroom with exposed timbers, and door leading through to the remaining attic space which has been used as storage.
OUTISDE The front of the property is set behind wrought iron railings with pretty yellow rose bushes. A passageway from the High Street runs along the side of the property with doors into the hall and kitchen. There is a garden store and then the passage continues to the garden which is particular feature of Ivy House. A courtyard with its central urn lies adjacent to the property providing a spacious al fresco dining area. A flight of steps then takes you through shaped yew trees into a lawned area beyond which lies the upper terrace with its lawn, central pathway and deep herbaceous borders. Finally there is a high clipped yew tree hedge with a doorway leading you to a further spacious area which has previously been used as the kitchen garden. There is a brick and stone slated garden store and parking area for a number of cars. Double gates are set in a high Cotswold stone wall from which vehicular access is gained through to Back Ends.
TENURE The property is understood to be freehold although we have not seen evidence. This should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts.
SERVICES We have been advised by the vendor that mains gas, electricity and water are connected to the property although this should be checked by your solicitor. The property has gas central heating.
RIGHTS OF WAY The property is sold subject to and with the benefits of any rights of way, easements, wayleaves, covenants or restrictions etc. as may exist over same whether mentioned herein or not.