Embrook, Oddington, Moreton-in-Marsh, GL56


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  • Bedrooms: 4
4 Embrook is a delightful Cotswold stone house in a wonderful village. The light and spacious accommodation, which is arranged over two floors is very well presented throughout. The property has been sympathetically renovated over the last five years resulting in a smart family home. The open plan kitchen with snug area and large garden dining room forms the heart of the house and offers a superb space for entertaining and family living. Upstairs is a lovely master bedroom with en-suite bathroom with far reaching open views. There is a large guest bedroom with en-suite shower. Two additional bedrooms sharing a family bathroom. A large loft provides additional scope, subject to planning permission and other consents to create substantial additional living accommodation.

Ample private parking for three cars and a spacious double garage. A room above the garage accessed by an existing wrought iron spiral staircase produces further scope for development into a fantastic home office or games room. The south east facing private garden lies to the rear and side of the property and with a number of terraces adjoining the house, offers a great space for entertaining.

4 Embrook occupies a tranquil location in the village. Set back from the lane, it is fronted by private parking behind a wooden five bar gate. The garden lies to the rear and side of the house and is mainly laid to lawn with terraces, bordered by mature planting and trees. The garden benefits from tranquility, adjoining agricultural land which lies within the Upper Oddington conservation area. There is a substantial recently constructed summer house (with mains power) currently used as garden storage.

Located to side of the house is a double garage with room above which has scope to be converted into a useful office/playroom.

Upper Oddington is a sought-after Cotswold village, being in a Conservation Area and Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. It comprises mainly of traditional stone houses scattered along country lanes with two excellent pubs, The Fox and The Horse and Groom, and a particularly active village hall offering a range of activities and classes. Situated at the end of Church Lane is the historic 11th Century church of St. Nicholas which holds candlelit services. The area is ideal for keen walkers with easy access to beautiful walks through the Cotswold countryside.

The towns of Stow, Chipping Norton, Burford and Cheltenham provide shopping, banking, restaurant and social activities. Daylesford organic farm shop is a short drive. There are theatres in Oxford, Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon; racing at Cheltenham, Warwick and Stratford; and Golf at Burford, Lyneham and Naunton Downs.

Stow 3 miles, Kingham 4 miles, Chipping Norton 6 miles.

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