End Terrace House
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Located within the Bengeworth area of Evesham, this well proportioned and beautifully presented home has retained many of its period features and Victorian charm whilst the rooms to the rear of the house have been opened up to create a lovely open plan space which is IDEAL FOR ENTERTAINING and leads out onto the decked area overlooking the garden. There is currently a large timber shed to the far side of the garden but this will be removed by the vendors prior to sale leaving a space for off-road parking with access from the lane to the side of the house.
Bengeworth benefits from a selection of local shops, restaurants, pubs, a supermarket, St. Peters Church, Doctors Surgery, two schools and the increasingly popular Art Deco Regal Cinema and is within easy reach of the bypass providing good road links to the north and south. It is also only a short distance to the River Avon and over the bridge to the town centre.
Constructed in 1908 and forming part of 'Elmley Cottages, the house is set back from the road and footpath by a low maintenance front garden, enclosed by a traditional low brick wall, laid to paving with a central area planted with a standard Bay Tree and borders to the sides planted with a variety of plants, flowering shrubs and Lavender and trellis planted with a climbing rose to the front of the house. There are two raised beds planted with ball shaped box hedge bushes. The windows have painted stone mullions and timber pedestrian gate opens from the footpath to a brick pathway leading to a period arch shaped storm porch with overhead light. A composite double glazed front door with chrome door furniture and two obscure glazed stained glass feature panels opens to:
PERIOD TILED FLOORING. Dado rail. Telephone point. Ceiling light. UNDER STAIRS STORAGE CUPBOARD with light. Period panelled doors with PERIOD DOOR HANDLES to:
Sitting Room (10'6" x 9'4" plus alcoves / 3.22m x 2.86m plus alcoves)
Double glazed window fitted with venetian blind to front elevation. EXPOSED WOOD FLOORING. FEATURE CAST IRON PERIOD OPEN FIREPLACE with inset feature tiles. Alcoves with fitted shelving to both sides with fitted storage cupboards below. Cupboard housing fuse and meter boxes. Radiator. Centre light.
OPEN PLAN LIVING AREA comprising:
Family / Dining Room (12'11" min. x 11'3" / 3.94m min. x 3.44m)
WOOD BLOCK FLOORING. Telephone point. TV point. FEATURE CAST IRON GAS FIRE set onto black marble hearth with period style wooden surround. Alcove to the side incorporating PERIOD CUPBOARD. Ceiling light. Door to staircase leading to first floor. Open plan to:
Kitchen (14'1" x 13'5" / 4.29m x 4.11m)
Tiled flooring. Inset ceiling spot lights. Recessed 'Velux' roof window. Fitted country style base units with co-ordinating OAK WORKTOPS with tiled upstands. Space and plumbing for washing machine and space for tumble dryer. Space for Range Cooker with stainless steel splashback and LARGE STAINLESS STEEL CHIMNEY EXTRACTOR HOOD over. CENTRAL ISLAND UNIT with GRANITE WORKTOP incorporating WHITE BELFAST SINK with period style chrome mixer tap over and country style cupboards and drawers below with space for and plumbing for dishwasher. There are a number of further free standing units and cupboards which are not included in the sale. Wall mounted 'WORCESTER' GAS-FIRED COMBI BOILER (serviced annually by British Gas). Opening with TIMBER CONCERTINA DOORS WITH STAINED GLASS FEATURE to:
Sun Room (13'11" x 11'3" / 4.24m x 3.44m)
Currently used by the present owners as a dining room, this is a lovely light room with a GLASS ROOF fitted with ROOF BLINDS. The room is of brick construction with a pitched white UPVC roof and DOUBLE GLAZED BI-FOLD DOORS with FITTED VENETIAN BLINDS to the rear elevation opening onto the decking. These can be opened up to create a lovely large space into the kitchen and family room for family and friends gatherings. Tiled flooring. Radiator. Ceiling light. Pine panelled door with period handle to:
Tiled flooring. White suite comprising wall mounted wash hand basin with chrome taps and low level WC. Radiator. Recessed 'Velux' roof window.
Pine panelled door with period handle from family room opening to staircase, with obscure double glazed window to side elevation providing light, leading to:
First Floor Landing
Smoke alarm. Coved ceiling. Pine panelled doors with period handles to:
Bedroom 1 (13'2" plus alcove x 10'7" / 4.06m plus alcove x 3.22m)
Double glazed window fitted with Roman blind to front elevation. EXPOSED WOOD FLOORING. Coved ceiling. WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON FEATURE PERIOD FIREPLACE incorporating shelf. Alcove to the side. Pine panelled door to BUILT IN WARDROBE CUPBOARD with fitted shelving. Radiator with white decorative cover and shelving unit over.
Bathroom (9'3" x 7'11" / 2.82m x 2.42m)
Good sized room with obscure double glazed window fitted with Roman blind to rear elevation. Tiled flooring. Half tiled walls. White suite comprising period style pedestal wash hand basin with chrome taps, free standing ROLL TOP BATH with central period style chrome mixer tap & shower fitment, and low level WC. Fully tiled QUADRANT SHOWER ENCLOSURE with sliding doors housing period style mains shower over. Wall mounted CHROME HEATED TOWEL RAIL.
Recess from landing with staircase to loft room and pine panelled door to:
Bedroom 2 (10'0" plus alcove x 8'6" / 3.06m plus alcove x 2.59m)
Double glazed window fitted with roller blind to rear elevation. Coved ceiling. WHITE PAINTED CAST IRON FEATURE PERIOD FIREPLACE. Under stairs STORAGE CUPBOARD/WARDROBE with fitted shelving.
Door from landing recess opening to staircase leading to:
Attic Room (13'8" x 13'3" / 4.16m x 4.05m)
White painted banister rails. Whitewashed EXPOSED WOOD FLOORING. Whitewashed brick chimney breast. Large 'Velux' roof window with fitted blind. RANGE OF BUILT IN WARDROBE CUPBOARDS. Wall mounted electric heater. EAVES STORAGE CUPBOARDS. Ceiling light. Smoke alarm.
Accessed via a TIMBER PEDESTRIAN SIDE GATE opening from lane to the side of the property, the pretty rear garden is fully enclosed by coloured fencing to all sides. There is also a pair of timber gates opening to the rear of the garden which, although currently used by the present owners for a large shed, provides a SPACE FOR OFF-ROAD PARKING. The bi-fold doors and timber side gate open onto a TIMBER DECKED AREA which extends across the rear of the house with a step down and CREAM METAL ROSE ARBOUR leading onto a brick pathway running down the length of the garden. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a border to the side planted with a variety of flowering shrubs and climbing plants on trellis. Exterior light. Outside tap.
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