Tewkesbury Road, Toddington, Gloucestershire, GL54

£465,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
An opportunity to acquire a DETACHED CHALET BUNGALOW occupying an impressive plot of just over an acre

Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen/dining room, 2 ground floor bedrooms, bathroom, cloakroom, utility/boiler room, 2 first floor bedrooms. Double garage (currently used as storage).

Corner Close Cottage is a detached chalet style bungalow built of reconstituted Cotswold stone and set under a tiled roof. It sits within a large plot of just over an acre of naturalised mature gardens offering flexible accommodation.

SITUATION

Toddington is a thriving village situated to the north east of Cheltenham lying equidistant between Winchcombe and Broadway. The village is split into the "Old Town" near St Andrews Church and the "New Town" at the crossing of the B4077 and B4632 roads. The village has excellent road and rail connections with the nearby M5 (J9) at Tewkesbury and local train stations at Evesham, Cheltenham and Moreton-in-Marsh. The village benefits from a mini supermarket/stores, The Pheasant Inn and a modern primary school. In addition there is a garden centre and visitors come to admire the steam trains at the Gloucestershire Warwickshire Steam Railway.

OUTSIDE

The garden is a very important feature of the property and principally lies to the front and side. A part gravelled driveway sweeps to the front of the property and to a free standing double garage (currently used for storage).

Double Garage – power and light. Boarded area.

The gardens are of a most generous size with just over an acre of mature naturalised lawn and woodland which provides a haven for wildlife. There is a mix of soft fruit trees, shrubs and plants which compliments the natural hedgerow borders. A further lawned garden is located to the rear of the property which offers a good sized kitchen garden.

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