A stylish detached Cotswold stone family home, originally constructed in 1967 and completely renovated and modernised in 2010 to form an immaculately presented home with main rooms at the rear facing south. Situated within walking distance of the heart of Chipping Campden. EPC rating: C.
Overdale has a feeling of light and space throughout with many glazed doors and a south facing rear garden. Traditional features are complemented by modern materials including stone mullioned windows, partial under floor heating to the ground floor, oak and Mandarin limestone floors and the quality and finish is second to none.
Spacious reception hall with gallery landing. Drawing room with a study off, Cotswold stone fireplace and hearth with Chesney multi-fuel burner and bi-folding doors leading onto the terrace and exposed stonework. Separate sitting room, dining room and shower room to the ground floor and the stylish kitchen/breakfast room with Shaker style fitted kitchen, granite work surfaces, double Belfast style sink, Rangemaster cooker, dishwasher, wine cooler, breakfast area with access through to the dining room, hall and utility. Integral garage with flower/boiler room and access to the garden.
Four well proportioned first floor bedrooms, 3 of which are en suite, and the master bedroom en suite has marble surfaces and bath surround. Attractive countryside views from the bedrooms and built-in wardrobes; bedroom 2 has a Juliette balcony with plantation shutters and is part vaulted.
Overdale is set behind a Cotswold stone wall with a substantial gravel drive and parking, lawns and shrub beds.
Beautiful, mature landscaped rear garden with south facing patio and summer house.
English Heritage oak framed garage with loft and Velux windows.
Broadway 4 miles, Moreton in Marsh 6 miles (trains to London Paddington), Stratford upon Avon 11 miles, M40 (J12) and M5 (J9) 18 miles, Cheltenham 19 miles, Birmingham International Airport 32 miles (distances approx)
Chipping Campden is a thriving market town in the Cotswolds, in one of England's Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, with plenty of excellent shops, restaurants, hotels, a fine wine merchant, doctor's surgery and at the very heart of the town the ancient Market Square itself. The town is known as the 'Jewel in the Cotswold's Crown' and is reputed to have the finest High Street in England, according to the renowned historian Trevelyan. Chipping Campden is also noted for its excellent primary and secondary schools which are ranked amongst the highest achieving schools.
Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Leamington Spa provide an excellent range of facilities and for the commuter there is easy access to both the M5 and M40 and regular trains from Moreton in Marsh.