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About the property
Individually designed four bedroom detached four bedroom brand new family home located within a village setting that offers an exceptional open outlook to the rear. Modern and contemporary and built to a high specification, the property offers a builders warranty and if offered with no chain Read more
Individually designed four bedroom detached four bedroom brand new family home located within a village setting that offers an exceptional open outlook to the rear. Modern and contemporary and built to a high specification, the property offers a builders warranty and if offered with no chain
Welcome to Lily House, a stunning example of an individually built four bedroom detached family home located within a desirable village that borders Gloucestershire and Worcestershire and as such, offers a view across superb open countryside.
Located within a village that has a village shop and post office, a church, tea room, a tennis club and a hotel, there is certainly of things to keep you occupied. If you leave the village and venture a little further, you will find the neighbouring villages of Overbury, Kemerton and Bredon with two of the three villages offering a primary school, a number of country pubs whilst Bredon also has a doctor`s surgery. For those commuting to work, the village is positioned within reasonable distance of the M5 and M50 plus the A46 to Warwick and Stratford.
Returning to the property, the house was constructed and completed in 2017 and as such offers a builder`s warranty on completion. The property has been constructed using high quality materials and this is evident to see, right from the moment you arrive, solar panels, zinc roof, gutters and downpipes to the wood floors, ceramic tiles and bathroom and kitchen fittings found internally to name just a few. The combination of solar panels, additional insulation, high performance (and beautiful) Danish windows and water recycling has been included to ensure low running costs as well as contribute to the overall sustainability of the building.
Inside, the ground floor offers an open entrance hall, cloakroom and utility room. The reception rooms include the living room which is flooded with light due to the triple aspect windows and has wood flooring and a central log burner giving a sense of purpose to the room.
The final room is that of the open plan kitchen/dining family room. The kitchen has a number of units, wood work surfaces and a host of integral appliances as would be expected to be found in a house of this stature. To the other end of the room, a wall of glass and bi folding doors bring the outside in whilst giving a wonderful over view of the garden and views beyond whilst a panoramic viewing window in the rear elevation gives a very different perspective of the rear.
Moving upstairs the landing is flooded with natural light due to the four windows found to the front elevation. There are four bedrooms in total with the master bedroom having fitted wardrobes and storage so ensuring that everything is hidden and out of sight. To continue with that theme, there are no handles to the doors, all opening with the gentlest of touches to the panel. A further feature of the master bedroom is the floor to ceiling glass door leading to a Juliet balcony which makes the most of the open outlook that the house has to offer. To complete the master bedroom is the en suite shower room.
The remaining bedrooms are all a good size and all offer windows to the rear so ensuring that all enjoy the view. The final room completing this floor and the properties accommodation is the four-piece family bathroom.
Outside the front driveway is laid to Cotswold chippings and gives plenty of room to park several vehicles whilst there is also an open fronted double car port. To the rear is a formal lawned garden and a covered decked seating area.
Lily House really is a wonderful house that must be viewed to fully appreciate the craftsmanship, build quality, space, location and views that are on offer.
Directions Directions: Take Evesham Road A435 from Cheltenham and continue out past the Racecourse and Bishops Cleeve. At Teddington Hands roundabout, take the 3rd exit. Turn left onto Back Lane. The house will be seen on the right hand side after about 400 yards
Notice Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.