An attractive Grade II listed half timbered period farmhouse.
Cyder Press Farmhouse is a most attractive half timbered Grade II listed period farmhouse thought to have been built in 1667. The house sits in a slightly elevated plot facing a predominantly southern direction.
Access to Cyder Press Farmhouse is via a main driveway from the westerly end of Blacksmith's lane. The property enjoys mature gardens to the fore and rear.
The farmhouse is built on a stone plinth foundation and features half timbered elevations with rendered brick infill under pitch clay tiled roofs and hooded dormer windows at first floor level.
There are a wealth of original internal features include exposed wooden beams, half- timbered walls, feature fireplaces and flagstone flooring. Modern and contemporary features have been sympathetically blended including smart modern kitchen units, bathrooms and integrated storage.
The ground floor features three good sized reception rooms a large kitchen, breakfast and family room and informal sitting room. The first floor has four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a shower room and a mezzanine level area.
The Farmhouse has impressive terraced areas to the front and the rear of the property. To the south, it enjoys a mature slightly sunken garden with dry stone walls, rockery and al fresco seating areas. To the north the garden is predominantly lawned with a separate seating area. At the head of the driveway is a two car garage building and store.
Mains water, electricity, private drainage. Oil fired central heating.
Tewkesbury Borough Council, 01684 295010
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