The Close, Cleeve Prior, Evesham
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Price: Offers in Excess of £325,000
- 4 BEDROOMS & 2 BATHROOMS
- REAR KITCHEN/DINER
- DRIVEWAY & INTEGRATED GARAGE
- LARGE PLOT
- SOUTH FACING GARDEN
- LOVELY VILLAGE LOCATION
- CLOSE TO COTSWOLDS & STRATFORD UPON AVON
- EPC RATING
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DETACHED ~ LARGE PLOT ~ 4 BEDROOMS ~ EXCELLENT VALUE
Located in the lovely village of Cleeve Prior close to the Cotswolds, this spacious detached home comes to market offering great family accommodation, including a great Kitchen/Diner overlooking the garden.
Situated in a quiet cul de sac, the property provides off road parking to the front, with access to the integral garage. The internal accommodation briefly comprises Entrance Hall, Lounge, Family Room (currently a Dining Area), Conservatory, downstairs Cloakroom/WC and rear Kitchen/Diner (with a range of fitted units and internal access to the garage).
To the first floor are the 4 Bedrooms (3 being good doubles and the fourth is a very generous single). Bedroom 1 provides an En-Suite Shower Room. There is also a Family Bathroom and Airing Cupboard.
Externally the plot widens at the back. The garden is a terrific size and faces south giving a very sunny aspect.
In summary a very appealing family home found in a great village location close to Evesham and Stratford. For further information or to arrange a viewing please call Elizabeth Davenport Stratford Office.
Cleeve Prior lies close to the Cotswolds and is around 5 miles from the market town of Evesham and 10 miles from Stratford Upon Avon. Bidford Upon Avon is just 2.5 miles away.
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.