London Road, Moreton-In-Marsh, Gloucestershire, GL56

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
Fabulous detached family home in a central position, with a glorious garden

The property is complemented by landscaped gardens and a substantial 22' x 15' detached home office/ studio


Truly impressive, detached family home, which has the benefit of a part modernisation program by the current owners

Enclosed entrance porch opens to the spacious light and airy entrance hall, with stairs rising to the first floor, connecting doors to all the ground floor reception rooms and the stunning kitchen/breakfast room, and downstairs cloakroom

The south-facing dining room has the advantage of French doors to a canopied patio terrace to the front of the property, and beautiful solid herringbone oak flooring, whilst the rear-facing sitting room has spectacular views of the landscaped rear garden, with the attractive feature of a cast-iron wood burner with raised tiled hearth

The showpiece of the property, is the beautifully presented kitchen/breakfast room, with adjoining pantry/utility room and separate boot room

The kitchen offers a comprehensive range of contemporary wall and base units with oak wooden surfaces, inset ceramic sink unit, and a number of built-in appliances including two "Neff" low-level stainless-steel gas ovens, stainless-steel 5-ring gas hob, overhead extractor hood, AEG dishwasher and recess for American-style fridge-freezer

Adjoining the kitchen, is the useful pantry/utility room with wall-mounted condenser gas boiler, space and plumbing for washing machine and separate tumble dryer, and two pull-out pantry cupboards

To the rear of the kitchen area, is the breakfast room, which has the benefit of double French doors to the rear garden and an additional single glazed door to the side aspect, both stepping out onto the wraparound patio terrace

There is also the advantage of a separate boot room siding onto the breakfast area, with an external glazed door leading into the garden and a separate external front door leading onto the graveled driveway, with a good selection of wall and base units, an oak wooden work surface with inset stainless-steel sink unit, and space for a fridge-freezer

To the first floor, there is a bright galleried landing, with stairs rising to the second floor, connecting to all the first floor bedrooms

The dual-aspect principal bedroom is particularly generous in size, offering an abundance of space, with an en-suite shower room with a double shower cubicle with rainshower over, concealed wc, a small wash-hand basin, and tongue and groove paneling

There are four further double bedrooms over the first and second floors, all serviced by the large family bathroom with freestanding double-ended bath, walk-in double shower cubicle with rainshower over, concealed wc and small wash-hand basin, tongue and groove paneling, part-tiled walls and slate-effect tiled flooring


Council tax – band F

Tax payable for 2024/25 - £3,158.25


Main water, electricity, gas and drainage are connected

Gas fired central heating

EPC Band C


Attractive bustling north Cotswold market town situated near the borders of Oxfordshire and Warwickshire

Comprehensive facilities including GP Surgeries, hospital, dentist, bank, restaurants, public houses, range of shops, supermarkets and popular Tuesday market

Mainline station with train services reaching Oxford (from 40 minutes) and Paddington (from 92)

Within the catchment area for Chipping Campden School, a non-selective secondary school and sixth form with academy status

The award-winning Daylesford Farm Shop, including the exclusive 'The Club by Bamford' is about 8 miles away

The Members' Club, Soho Farmhouse, is about 16.5 miles away

Other towns within easy reach are Stratford-upon-Avon (16 miles), Cheltenham (23) and Oxford (27)


The secluded lawned rear garden offers a good degree of privacy, with a large yew hedgerow and dense shrubbery, interspersed with planting beds, with a hidden graveled oasis to the rear of the garden where there is a substantial home office/studio, and an original garden outbuilding

The garden also has a wraparound patio terrace with an expanse of gravel swiping round toward the wooden built summerhouse

The contemporary home office/studio offers a number of uses, currently used as a man-cave, with external timber cladding, overhanging canopy, laminated wooden flooring, inset electric fire, downlighters and space for a wall-mounted TV unit, with full-width bi-folding four-section glazed doors opening to a graveled area

The extensive graveled driveway to the front of the property is accessed through wooden double gates, providing off-street parking for several vehicles, leading to the integral single garage with light and power; a gated side access leads to the external door to the boot room

The driveway is partly enclosed by a high hedgerow and has a small section of lawn with planting beds

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