2 bed house
Main Street, Willersey, Worcestershire, WR12
A charming GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE full of character in a delightful setting enjoying a superb outlo ...
A charming GRADE II LISTED COTTAGE full of character in a delightful setting enjoying a superb outlook over the village duck pond Description Entrance hall, sitting room, kitchen, ground floor bedroom and bathroom, first floor bedroom with en-suite shower. Delightful garden and garage. Pool End Cottage is a Grade II listed cottage formerly an old dairy barn now sympathetically refurbished in what must be one of the most delightful and picturesque settings in the North Cotswolds. The property is presented in excellent decorative order and is constructed of Cotswold stone with mullion leaded light windows under a traditional Cotswold slate roof. SITUATION Willersey is a pretty Cotswold village with a duck pond, lying at the foot of the hills on the B4632 road, about 1 ½ miles from Broadway and about 15 miles from Stratford-upon-Avon. The village has a general store, primary school, garage and two public houses. There is a mainline train station to London/Paddington at Honeybourne (approx 4 miles), Evesham (approx 6 miles) and Moreton-in-Marsh (approx 8 miles). OUTSIDE The property has a right of way along a short tarmacadam driveway to a five bar gate opening to a large gravelled courtyard. There is a right of way across the gravelled courtyard to the Single Garage. There is power and light in the garage. The front garden is charming and enclosed by part Cotswold stone walling. It enjoys a magnificent outlook onto the village duck pond and honey coloured stone houses. The garden is laid to lawn with herbaceous borders, clematis and copper beech trees. There is a private seating area. The charming cottage garden (which is technically to the side of the property across the gravelled drive) has been greatly improved by the current vendor. A patio sits in front of the garden which compliments the herbaceous beds and gravelled path to the rear. The garden is bounded by timber fencing and Cotswold stone walls. The garden is principally laid to lawn.