A most attractive Grade II listed period village house with substantial barn in need of renovation.
Yew Tree House is a handsome Grade II listed period village house thought to date from the 17th century, featuring delightful half-timbered elevations under pitched tiled roofs. Situated across the driveway is a useful half-timbered barn and there are attractive gardens surrounding.
Principal access to the house is via the entrance hall which is in a central position. This leads to a study, ground floor bathroom and the sitting room. The sitting room itself has traditional features including exposed beam work, large inglenook fireplace with cooking arm and former bread oven, and exposed half timberwork. Situated adjacent is the dining room with French doors leading to the terrace. The kitchen has floor and wall mounted cupboards and a storage cupboard.
At first floor level are three good sized bedrooms, a smaller bedroom and a shower room. A retracting loft ladder provides access to the second floor roof space and two further bedrooms with sitting area and cloakroom.
Situated across the driveway and courtyard is a sizeable and useful barn. The building has half- timbered elevations under pitched tiled roofs with two sets of double timber doors within the central section creating a Lych-Gate style of access if required, due to the dropped curb from the road.
Access to the property is via twin wrought iron gates leading to a large paved parking and turning area with central raised mill stone feature. There are two areas of raised lawns with mature borders and hedging and a water feature. Adjacent to the barn is a useful open fronted storage building. Worthy of note are the far reaching views to the west from the back of the house.
Services: Oil fired central heating and septic tank, mains water and electricity.
Mains water, electricity, and drainage.
Tewkesbury Borough Council: Tel 01684 295010
Strictly by appointment with Savills
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An exciting renovation opportunity in a lovely Gloucestershire village.Christian Swaab