Paxford, Chipping Campden, Gloucestershire. GL55 6XH

£499,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
Occupying a hideaway location in a particularly picturesque setting, this former bakery has been reconstructed as a semi-detached, three storey, three bedroom, Grade II Listed property which must be viewed internally to be fully appreciated.

Hall (24' 0" x 7' 0" or 7.32m x 2.13m)

Oak panelled front door with antique style latch, single radiator, flagged stone floor and access to a small loft area. 15ft high sloping ceiling. Three steps down to a lower level with antique stone, oak panel internal doors with latch and brace, double radiator.

Living Room (16' 0" x 12' 09" or 4.88m x 3.89m)

Solid oak floor, exposed pointed stone wall to one side, easterly and northerly aspected windows with attractive views over communal gardens, TV aerial point, double radiator, three wall mounted light points and corner sited stone hearth currently for ornamental fire but a gas pipe exists should a gas fire be required.

Cloakroom

Two piece suite in white, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc, single radiator, wall mounted Worcester recently replaced gas fired central heating boiler.

Kitchen / Diner (19' 0" x 12' 08" or 5.79m x 3.86m)

Solid oak floors throughout the whole of the room, battened antique beams to the ceiling, kitchen area fitted on three sides with beech style laminate worktops with inset 2 1/2 sink unit with central mixer tap, tile surround to work surfaces with concealed pelmet lighting, Rangemaster with five ring gas hob with hotplate and double electric oven below, cooker hood illuminated with cupboards to each side, tiled surround to work surfaces, integrated waste disposal unit, space and plumbing for automatic washer, space for a tumble dryer, integrated Bosch dishwasher, twelve separate base cupboards, space for fridge and split level fridge with freezer below, southerly aspected mullion window to one side with grittle window. Dining area and single radiator.

Study (13' 01" x 11' 04" or 3.99m x 3.45m)

Solid oak floor, separate staircase leading to the North Wing, double radiator, telephone point and separate door leading to a small external flagged courtyard.

Galleried Landing

Double glazed Velux window, wattle and daub style walling.

Bedroom 1 (13' 09" x 12' 02" or 4.19m x 3.71m)

Substantial a-frame construction with beams with 10ft high ceiling, twin high level double glaze Velux swing windows, built in double wardrobe with shelves to one side and single radiator.

En-Suite Bathroom

Three piece suite in white, low flush wc, pedestal wash hand basin, handle panelled bath with shower attachment and part tiled surround, 9ft high apex ceiling, chrome ladder style heated towel rail and radiator, double mirrored vanity cupboard, built in extractor and high level double glazed Velux swing window, access walk in airing cupboard.

Airing cupboard (11' 00" x 4' 08" or 3.35m x 1.42m)

Skylight window, pressurised hot water cylinder, clothes airing area.

Bedroom 2 (11' 10" x 17' 06" or 3.61m x 5.33m)

Partial apex ceiling, easterly aspect over the communal gardens, single radiator.

En-Suite Shower Room 2

Three piece suite in white, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc, walk in shower cubicle with sliding glazed doors and tiled interior, thermostatic shower unit with hand held shower spray and extractor, oak floor and ladder style heated towel rail and radiator, shaving mirror and shaver point.

Bedroom 3 (11' 06" x 11' 10" or 3.51m x 3.61m)

Easterly aspect over courtyard with antique mullioned window, single radiator, separate staircase leading to ensuite and small landing area with a double cupboard.

En Suite Bathroom/WC 3 (9' 07" x 8' 0" or 2.92m x 2.44m)

Solid oak floor, double glazed Velux window with outlook over gardens and three piece suite in white, pedestal wash hand basin, low flush wc and roll top claw freestanding bath with central hand held mixer tap, ladder style heated towel rail and radiator, lime washed beams and access to eaves storage area, shaving mirror with strip light and shaving point above and built in extractor.

Outside - Front Garden

There is a flagged area with a parking space for one vehicle and beyond which the depth of the drive being a graveled space extends approximately 27ft deep to the curved section of the garden immediately adjacent to the living room which has a box hedge surround and a small gravel area with maturing trees. The front courtyard area is prescriptively owned on the deeds with each property owning a section of the courtyard and each other property having vehicular and pedestrian rights over it. To the side of the courtyard there are five separate outside stores, the third one from the right hand side belongs to this property.

Courtyard Area (16' 0" x 12' 07" or 4.88m x 3.84m)

There is a paved area (8' 00" x 8' 00") outside the study, accessed from the study by the back door. The kitchen window overlooks a hidden courtyard garden (15' 00" x 12' 7") which is a perfect space for al fresco dining, with a boundary of random Cotswold stone walling on two sides.

Outbuilding (11' 00" x 6' 00" or 3.35m x 1.83m)

Power and light installed.

Garden (50' 00" x 40' 00" or 15.24m x 12.19m)

To the right of the store there is a pathway leading to the furthest part of the garden belonging to the Old Bakery and to the left hand side Tarpletts garden has been professionally landscaped, a formal flagged area to one side and timber cabin, mainly lawned area with Beech and country hedge row surround, elevated quarter circle, patio to one side taking the sun most of the day with a pergola style trellis work and bench installed also for alfresco dining, there are particularly mature trees surround forming a private area for recreation.

N.B

The Old Bakery was developed between 2001 and 2003 in addition to the two pairs of semi detached houses by the same builder on the other side of the village green, where there is a subterranean gas tank which serves not only those four properties but also the five properties within the Old Bakery. The gas is replenished by the service provider and the system operates in a similar way to mains gas supply.

Directions

From our Moreton-in-Marsh office, turn left and at the second mini round-about turn right along the A44 continuing through the village of Bourton on the Hill, after which turn right sign posted Paxford 3 miles. Continue through the village of Blockley, across the railway level crossing and into the village of Paxford. Turn right immediately in front of the Churchill Arms and park on the road side. Continue through the square arch on the right underneath the Hovis sign into the central courtyard of The Old Bakery. This property is the second house on the right hand side.

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