On road parking, low Cotswold stone wall with gate to front garden, paved with plant and shrub border.
19' 6'' x 12' 1'' (5.94m x 3.68m)
Wood panelled entrance door with opaque oval glass panel, mullion window to front, exposed ceiling and wall beams, stone fire place with fitted wood burner, marble tiled flooring, internal stable doors with step down to kitchen, ceiling fitted 'Puck' water mist fire suppression system, lime plastered and exposed Cotswold stone walls, door to cloakroom, stairs case to first floor.
WC, pedestal wash basin with tiled splash backs, ceiling spot lighting.
17' 8'' x 15' 4'' (5.38m x 4.67m)
Ceiling partially into eaves, exposed stone work, wood framed double glazed patio doors to garden, wood framed glazed windows and single door to rear. Peninsula breakfast bar unit with suspended over lighting and wood work surface over, under storage units with soft close draws, space for washing machine, dryer, under counter fridge, range of against wall base level storage units with wood work surface over space for fridge/freezer and range cooker, integrated dishwasher, inset granite 'Belfast' style sink, mixer tap, tiled splashbacks, range of wall mounted storage units, 'Elica' hooded extractor, spot lighting, marble floor with under heating, dimmer lighting.
Doors to all rooms, wood flooring, exposed wood beams, ceiling spot lighting.
15' 5'' x 13' 4'' (4.70m x 4.06m)
L-shape room, wood framed double glazed window to rear, with valley views over fields, period style radiator, wood flooring, spot lighting, latch handle door to en-suite.
Partially exposed stone and decorative stone tiled walls, WC, ladder radiator, step up to wet floor shower with floor to ceiling glass wall partition, corner wash basin, wall mounted mirror with lighting, extractor.
9' 7'' x 12' 0'' (2.92m x 3.65m)
Mullion window to front, woodflooring, exposed wood beams, period style radiator, door to en-suite.
Glazed window with diamond lead pattern to front, bath with side panel and shower over, WC, corner washbasin with fitted mirror light above, tile flooring, exposed stone work and decorative Cathedral Stone tiled walls, ladder radiator, ceiling spot lighting.
26' 0'' x 17' 6'' (7.92m x 5.33m)
T-shape room, maximum head height into apex 6' 4'', galleried staircase, triple Velux windows to side, single Velux to rear with far reaching views over fields, wood flooring, period style radiator, multiple eaves storage cupboards, ceiling spot lights with dimmers.
65' 0'' x 19' 0'' (19.80m x 5.79m)
Landscaped terraced garden divided into three sections, comprising of a paved terrace patio with central stone steps down to sun patio area with decorative plant and shrub flower beds, Cotswold stone out building housing oil central heating boiler, stone steps down to lawn area with side steps down to sectioned drive way. First section 44ft x 12ft (approximately) tandem parking area with space for several vehicles, a 5 bar gate divides the drive way providing a second storage area measuring 16ft x 12ft (approximately) with space for a garden shed, further parking and oil tank storage.
** The previous owners obtained planning permission for an outside timber framed office/out building which they removed when the property was sold to the current owners. Since then a neighbour has also obtained approval and erected a detached office/outbuilding in their own garden, so it is believed a similar structure could be erected in the rear garden of this property, subject to planning consent **
Location and Local Amenities
Upper Dowdeswell is an idyllic Cotswold village near Dowdeswell reservoir just outside Charlton Kings in Cheltenham. This tiny hamlet comprises mostly of period stone cottages which once formed part of the grand Dowdeswell Court estate. No.10 is at the centre of a terrace of four, workers cottages and the only one with a rear driveway. This secluded location is surrounded by rolling hills and benefits from fibre optic broadband, mains drainage, community hall and Cricket Pitch & playing field, on road parking area, and access to numerous countryside walks. Local amenities within 1 mile (approx) include, the Kilkeney and Royal Oak food pubs, the Dunkerton’s Cider Shop & Cafe, Andoversford Primary School, Post Office and convenience store, the No. 853 bus route to Cheltenham and Oxford. The village is within 5 miles of the centre of Cheltenham and 10 miles of Junction 11 of the M5 with good links to Oxford via the A40 and Cirencester/Swindon via the A435.