A well proportioned home with lovely gardens, ample off road parking and scope for extension, set within this historic market town.
Accessed through wooden gates and over a large gravel drive this two bedroom semi-detached property is very well presented in a sought after location.
You enter via a porched area, ideal for boots and coats, and flow through into the sitting room. A room of good proportions it has front and rear aspect creating a light and airy room. The dining room has ample space for dining table and chairs and gives access to the kitchen. Base and wall units provide the storage, free standing oven with hob, space for fridge/freezer and washing machine, there is ample room for a breakfast table and chairs, a door leads to the rear garden.
Rising to the first floor and onto a light landing area, two bedrooms occupy this floor with the principle room benefitting from front and rear views. There is also a family bathroom present with bath, washbasin, shower and w/c.
Externally and to the front the gravelled drive has parking for a number of vehicles. To the rear, the gardens are mostly landscaped to a high standard with mature shrubs, trees and flower borders along with lawned areas. There are also two wooden stores present ideal for the usual garden essentials.
The property could have scope for extending subject to the relevant consents.
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.
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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.
We have been advised by the vendor that mains electricity, water, gas and drainage are connected to the property although this should be checked by your solicitor.
The property is understood to be freehold although we have not seen evidence. This should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts.
Council Tax is levied by the Local Authority and is understood to lie in Band B.
E. A full copy of the EPC is available at the office if required.
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REGULATED BY RICS
Section 157 Housing Act 1985 - 7, Station Road 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 Cotswold 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 Council's website.