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Aston-on-Carrant, Tewkesbury, Gloucestershire, GL20


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
The front door opens to an entrance vestibule which flows through to the drawing room at the heart of the house with an exposed stone fireplace housing a log burning stove.

The dual aspect dining room includes a rear door to the private brick-paved terrace and a further reception room includes a charming sitting room with a log-burning stove set on a stone hearth as a focal point to the room.

The fitted kitchen is complimented by solid wood worktops, a Belfast sink and integrated appliances include a dishwasher, fridge-freezer, Bosch microwave oven, a fan-assisted oven and a Bosch five-ring induction hob with an extractor above.

There is a useful utility room which doubles as a cloakroom and includes a small Belfast sink, space for a washer/dryer and a WC.

The master suite includes a dressing room which flows through to a triple aspect light and airy bedroom served by an en suite bathroom. Two further double bedrooms are served by a contemporary family bathroom. The L-shaped attic guest bedroom has an en suite shower room.

A further double bedroom has a door opening to the walk-in loft store, which offers potential to be converted into further living accommodation subject to obtaining the relevant planning consents.

At the front of the house is a walled garden with a pillared pedestrian entrance.

The rear garden is private with strategic beds of mature evergreens and perennials.

The paved terrace is the perfect spot for al fresco dining.

Aston-on-Carrant is a rural hamlet.

The village enjoys a sense of community, with regular buses running into nearby Tewkesbury and its full range of shops, amenities and facilities. The village neighbours part of the Overbury Estate and has glorious views in all directions over open countryside and farmland.

A walk acoss the fields brings you to The Crown Inn at Kemerton, and both M&S and a lovely garden fresh food store are less than a five minute drive away.

Cheltenham is renowned for its fine architecture, famous gardens, and an eclectic mix of shops, restaurants and boutiques, along with excellent schooling.

Worcester to the north offers much the same with the added benefit of Rugby at Sixways, Country cricket and horse racing.

The M5 motorway access at Junction 9 is just over 2 miles away. Rail services from nearby Ashchurch, Pershore and Cheltenham run direct to Birmingham New Street and London Paddington.

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