An excellent Cotswold house with a tennis court and paddock.
Little Plestor is a first class family house, dating back to the late 17th century and built of natural stone elevations under a stone tiled roof. Within the last five years the property has been considerably improved by the present owner, not least by the addition of a new master bedroom and a west facing balcony.
Internally the house comprises three principal rooms, the drawing room having an open fireplace. Off the particularly well fitted kitchen is the breakfast room which opens straight out onto the garden terrace. Also on the ground floor is a utility room.
The first floor can be approached by one of two staircases although all bedrooms are inter connecting. The master bedroom is of good size, has its own bathroom and has and has windows to two elevations. There are four further bedrooms and two bathrooms on this floor. On the second floor there are two bedrooms served by a fourth bathroom.
Gardens and grounds
The property is approached through automatic wrought iron gates beyond which is a gravelled parking area. To the side is a potential garage which presently comprises a ground floor gym and utility room. An external stone staircase leads up to the first floor living space with kitchenette and shower room, this creating an ideal guest or teenagers suite.
The walled garden lies to the rear of the house and enjoys a private and sunny westerly aspect. Level lawns are bordered by mature and well stocked shrub and herbaceous borders with a path leading through to a former kitchen garden with espaliered fruit trees and shrubs. Beyond the garden is a hard tennis court and a paddock which borders the infant River Thames at the far end. There is a stand of trees, mainly being poplars. In all extending to about 1.6 acres.
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A wonderful home for a family wanting plenty of outside space and within a village environment.Anthony Coaker