Blakes Hill, North Littleton, Evesham
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Price: Guide Price £500,000
- DETACHED BUNGALOW WITH 4/5 BEDROOMS
- HUGE FOOTPRINT - ALMOST 2,000 SQUARE FEET
- SUBSTANTIAL PLOT WITH AMPLE PARKING TO FRONT
- PRIVATE & SECLUDED SOUTH FACING REAR GARDEN
- OPEN FIELDS VIEWS AT BACK
- DELIGHTFUL VILLAGE LOCATION
- CLOSE TO COTSWOLDS & STRATFORD UPON AVON
- EPC RATING C
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HUGE FOOTPRINT ~ AMPLE PARKING ~ DELIGHTFUL VILLAGE LOCATION
This substantial residence located in the beautiful Worcestershire village of North Littleton offers superb accommodation all at ground floor level. The sizeable property comprises just under 2,000 square feet and is presented to the highest of standards throughout.
Approached via a five bar gateway at the front there is a gravel driveway to the front with ample parking. Also to the front is a fantastic garden area with lawn, shrubs and small trees.
Once inside the bungalow, the size of the property becomes apparent. Having been extended by previous owners the property would suit any sized family with ample Bedroom space (4/5 bedrooms) 2 Bathrooms and 4 Reception Rooms. The very generous Kitchen has a range of integrated appliances and has adjoining Dining Area. There is also a separate Utility Room.
To the rear of the Bungalow is a lovely south facing garden. The garden is not overlooked by any neighbouring properties and has open field views at the back. The garden gets sunshine all day long and is a fantastic area for relaxing on warm summer evenings. In addition the Master Bedroom has French Doors opening directly onto the patio.
To fully appreciate this home, we recommend an internal inspection. Please call Elizabeth Davenport Stratford Office on 01789 549 549 to arrange your appointment.
North Littleton lies close to the Cotswolds and is around 4 miles from the market town of Evesham and 12 miles from Stratford Upon Avon.
STRATFORD UPON AVON
The famous South Warwickshire town of Stratford Upon Avon, birth place of Shakespeare and home to the Royal Shakespeare Theatre, is a delightful and thriving location with a range of excellent amenities. The pretty town centre is a delightful setting with the River Avon, Clopton Bridge, excellent shopping and a huge selection of restaurants and eateries, all concentrated close together.
The town benefits from a thriving and diverse atmosphere, especially during the summer months when tourists flock to see Shakespeare's birth (and resting) place. A cruise down the river on a boat is a must during the warmer months.
For families, Stratford benefits from excellent schools. For commuters, the town is within easy reach of the A46, M40 and connecting routes, being particularly convenient for Jaguar Landrover at Gaydon. Birmingham is 22 miles to the north west, Warwick 8 miles to the North East, whilst the city of Coventry is approximately 25 minutes drive to the North. For pleasure, Broadway and the Cotswolds are only 15 minutes drive to the South.