Delightful rural location, yet well connected.
Situated in an enviable position at the end of the lane, Ashmoor House lies at the edge of the conservation area. With origins believed to date to the late 1960s the property was extended and updated in 2005 and 2013 and has been well maintained by the current owners. Accommodation over two floors flows well with reception rooms interconnecting.
The dual aspect sitting room with wood burning stove opens to the garden room itself opening to the south facing terrace. The kitchen is bright with vaulted ceiling and Velux roof windows. From the kitchen is the dining room, which could alternatively be used as playroom/snug depending on needs. Also on the ground floor is a separate study and cloakroom. On the first floor, the principal bedroom, which overlooks the garden and views beyond, has a walk-though dressing room and ensuite bathroom. There are three further bedrooms and family bathroom.
The property is accessed over a private road, shared with two other properties. There is an in out' gravel parking area and an integral single garage. A pedestrian gate opens to the rear south facing garden, which is enclosed and mainly laid to lawn. There is a useful workshop, timber shed and garden store. A public footpath runs along the western boundary with high hedges and fencing providing privacy.
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This family home is an opportunity not to be missed! In the pretty hamlet of Ledwell, just 1.5 miles from Great Tew, it's rural with amazing views, but still accessible. Well maintained by the current owners, there is potential to update to suit needs.Nicky Quentel