The Green, Bishop's Norton, Gloucestershire, GL2 9LP | Property for sale | Savills
227.98 sq m
Guide price £970,000(58,491,682 EGP)

The GreenBishop's Norton, Gloucestershire, GL2 9LP


    Key features

    • A beautiful and much improved cottage situated in this well-regarded village
    • In superb decorative order with accommodation equating to 2,454 sq ft
    • Separate annexe totalling 1,110 sq ft of well-appointed living space
    • A host of original features together with a wealth of natural charm and character
    • Open car barn with adjoining workshop and plentiful storage
    • Low maintenance and private garden with pretty terrace

    An utterly delightful mellow brick cottage with separate annexe and private garden.

    About this property

    • 21 The Green, lovingly referred to as Bradley Orchard, is a beautiful mellow brick cottage situated in this well-regarded village. Having undergone an impressive programme of works by the current vendors, the cottage is of a high standard, with a host of original features and an abundance of natural charm and character. The cottage would suit a wide range of prospective buyers.

      The accommodation is set over two floors and equates to 2,454 sq ft of stylish living space. Entered through a welcoming entrance hall, the pragmatic layout affords relaxed and comfortable living. The dual aspect sitting room is a delight. A particularly characterful room it has a splendid inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove together with beautiful ceiling beams. The drawing room is equally as attractive, a particularly bright room with pleasant views over the garden.

      The bespoke kitchen/dining room is arguably the stand-out room, a superb space, it provides an ideal place to entertain or simply enjoy family time. Fitted with a comprehensive range of units including integrated appliances: a Belfast sink, Rangemaster cooker, Rayburn Royal cooking range and an attractive central island with inset microwave and further storage. It has an attractive tiled floor and exposed beams with French doors opening to a superb glass conservatory with vaulted ceiling and flagstone floor. In addition there is a stylish cloakroom and a useful boot room.

      The first floor consists of three/four well-presented bedrooms and a superbly appointed family bathroom. The master suite is of dual aspect and has a fitted en suite, whilst bedrooms two and three are served by the principal bathroom. Bedroom four is currently used as a dressing room but could certainly be used as a conventional bedroom.

      The garden which is both private and secure lies predominantly to the side of the cottage and is laid to lawn bounded by established hedgerow. There is a charming terrace adjacent to the conservatory, affording the ideal place to rest, relax or dine. The central gravelled courtyard is spacious and provides parking for numerous vehicles and leads to the open car barn, workshop and the superb guest annexe. Ideal as an income generating rental property or simply to house extended family, it comprises in brief: kitchen/diner, sitting room, shower room and double bedroom.

      View payable Stamp Duty for this property

    I'm particularly taken by this beautiful home, the standard of the finish together with its natural charm and warmth works marvellously well, a gem.

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • 21 The Green is situated in the village of Bishop's Norton, an area surrounded by open countryside. Bishop's Norton is almost equidistant from Gloucester, Cheltenham and Tewkesbury and there are many walking and riding opportunities in the area.
    • The adjacent village of Norton has a popular pub/eatery (The New Dawn Inn) and Primary School.
    • The A38 gives ready access to major amenities and the M5 motorway is approximately 4 miles commute with direct access to the Midlands, Bristol and West Country.
    • Within about 7 miles is the Regency spa town of Cheltenham which offers a wide range of schools including Cheltenham Ladies' College, Cheltenham College (co-ed), St Edward's and Dean Close. As well as superb educational facilities the town is well known for the many literary and music festivals that it holds as well as the cricket and National Hunt festivals.
    • Cheltenham Spa has a main-line train station to London Paddington. (approximately 2 hours).

    Additional information

    • Services connected: Mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage, gas fired central heating.
    • Local Authority: Tewkesbury Borough Council.
    • Directions: Upon entering the village of Norton, continue on Wainlode Lane following the slight bend passing by the village green. The entrance to the property will be on the left after a very short distance denoted by secure electric gates.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: F