Bredons Norton, Tewkesbury, GL20 7EZ

GUIDE PRICE £1,399,950 Freehold

5 bedrooms

2 bathrooms

2 reception rooms

about the property

A beautifully presented detached period property, affording lovely views of the village and countryside beyond

Rosemary Cottage is a beautifully presented detached period property, affording lovely views of the village and countryside beyond. The property has been refurbished by the current owners; however, it retains many original features, including stone mullion windows, exposed stonework and beams. The main house provides: two formal reception rooms, kitchen/breakfast room, large utility/boot room and downstairs cloakroom. The first floor living accommodation consists of: wonderful principal bedroom suite with luxurious ensuite bathroom, two further bedrooms and a family shower room. Next to the property there is a well-proportioned stone-built annex/cottage with two double bedrooms, reception room, kitchen and shower room (potential to extend into the double garage below to create further living accommodation).


Completely surrounded by a Cotswold Stone wall Rosemary Cottage sits comfortably in an elevated position in its half-acre plot. The gardens are beautifully landscaped and there are various terraces for entertaining, including a large dining terrace off the kitchen overlooking the church. There is ample parking for several cars on the large gravel driveway and an integrated double garage under the annex.


Situated in an area of outstanding natural beauty (AONB) in the highly desirable village of Bredons Norton, on the slopes of beautiful Bredon Hill. The property lies on a quiet lane in a Conservation area and enjoys a lovely southerly aspect with views out over open pasture, with the C12 Church of St Giles, at the rear of the property, making a pretty backdrop. This popular, unspoilt village has a village hall and an active community (village website www.bredonsnorton. Local amenities in the village of Bredon (1.5 miles away), include a village shop, doctor’s surgery, junior first school and two pubs. The charming market towns of Tewkesbury (5 miles), Pershore (6 miles) and elegant Cheltenham (12 miles) offer further amenities. The area benefits from good access via M5 (5 miles) and direct line rail services to London Paddington from Pershore and Evesham. The property is surrounded by lovely countryside, and Bredon Hill in particular, offers exceptionally beautiful walks and riding opportunities, and wonderful views. The area also offers a wide range of activities and local village clubs.


Services Mains water, electricity and drainage. Oil-fired central heating
Local Authority Wychavon District Council
Council Tax Band F

key features

  • Highly desirable village
  • Detached period house
  • Self contained annex/cottage
  • Two reception rooms
  • Utility/boot room
  • Five bedrooms
  • Three bathrooms
  • Beautifully presented
  • Stunning landscaped gardens (0.5 acre)
  • Elevated position with views over Church
  • Double garage
  • Ample off road parking

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