A most charming, semi-detached, character cottage accessed via a shared private driveway being set back from the road and superbly situated close to the historical Ragley Hall Estate, popular countryside walks and located for ease of access to the town centre. Benefiting from gas fired central heating, secondary glazing where specified and offering nicely presented living accommodation comprising: Reception hall, spacious lounge with inglenook style open flue fireplace, breakfast/kitchen, utility/downstairs cloakroom, split level first floor landing, three bedrooms, family bathroom, quaint front garden, split level rear garden, workshop, attached single garage and carport providing further parking space. EPC rating - 45
Arrow is a small hamlet lying half a mile from the market town of Alcester and seven miles west of Stratford-upon-Avon on the River Arrow and surrounded by open countryside, Ragley Hall estate and parkland, village church, village hall and the Arrow Mill Hotel. Alcester is well served with secondary and primary schools, local shops and there is easy access to the motorway and rail network. The approach to the cottage enjoys a private shared driveway leading to an open pitched tiled canopy porch with soffit light point and panelled front entrance door giving access into the reception hall.
With opaque single glazed side door window to the front elevation, wall mounted central heating room thermostat, double radiator, feature wood effect laminate flooring and stairs with handrail rising to the first floor split level galleried style landing. Panelled doors off to the spacious lounge, breakfast/kitchen and utility/downstairs cloakroom.
Approximately 17' 11" (5.46m) x 16' 0" (4.88m) into chimney breast side recess
Enjoying a dual aspect via secondary glazed window to the front elevation and secondary glazed French double doors with matching side door windows overlooking and giving access out to the split level rear garden. Feature exposed ceiling timbers, feature brick exposed inglenook style open flue solid fuel fireplace with canopy over a flagstone hearth. Period style column radiator, feature wood effect laminate flooring, bespoke fitted book/display shelving with storage cupboards.
Approximately 11' 6" (3.51m) x 11' 4" (3.45m)
Having a range of matching eye and base level painted units to include: work surfaces with splashback wall tiling, bowl and a half sink unit with mixer tap, space for fridge and space for gas cooker with pull out extractor unit over. Two drop down/drawer base units, further drawer base unit, wall mounted central heating/hot water programmer, double radiator and space for breakfast table. Single glazed window and part single glazed door/integral cat flap overlooking and giving access out to the split level garden to the rear elevation. Feature slate effect floor tiling continuing through with latched ledge & brace doors off to the understair storage cupboard and pantry having a single glazed window to the rear elevation.
Having a matching contemporary style white suite comprising close coupled push button WC, vanity unit wash hand basin, work surface with splashback wall tiling in part, space for condensing tumble dryer and space and plumbing for washing machine. Chrome effect heated towel rail ladder radiator, two opaque single glazed windows to the front elevation and feature slate effect floor tiling.
First Floor Split Level Galleried Style Landing
With singe glazed dormer windows enjoying dual aspect views to both front and rear elevations. Banister, double radiator, two ceiling loft hatches and doors off to the bedrooms, family bathroom and built in airing cupboard housing the jacket-lagged hot water cylinder tank.
Double Bedroom One
Approximately 16' 0" (4.88m) into built in wardrobe recess x 9' 11" (3.02m)
With single glazed dormer window enjoying views overlooking the gardens to the rear elevation. Feature exposed roof purlin beam, single radiator, bespoke fitted ‘his & hers’ built in double wardrobes with storage cupboards over and built in storage cupboard.
Double Bedroom Two
Approximately 12' 9" (3.89m) extending to 15' 11" (4.85m) maximum x 7' 10" (2.39m) maximum
With single glazed dormer window enjoying pleasant views to the front elevation, feature exposed roof purlin beam and single radiator.
Approximately 8' 9" (2.67m) to built in wardrobe line x 7' 4" (2.24m)
With single glazed dormer window enjoying views overlooking the gardens to the rear elevation, built in double wardrobe and single radiator.
Having a matching coloured suite comprising close coupled WC, pedestal wash hand basin and panelled bath with wall mounted electric shower unit and glazed folding shower screen over. Feature wall tiling, feature wood effect vinyl flooring, double radiator and opaque single glazed dormer window to the front elevation.
Having a quaint lawned fore-garden with border shrubs, plants and climbing features. Up and over door giving access into the attached single garage and corrugated covered carport with light point providing further parking space. Latched ledge & brace gated side entrance giving access to the split level rear garden.
Split Level Rear Garden
Having a variety of paved footways, patio area with retaining walls, outside lighting, outside cold water tap and corrugated covered area with outside lighting and generous workshop. Garden steps rise to an upper level lawned garden being well stocked with border plants, hedge screening and maturing trees.
Approximately 11' 1" (3.38m) x 9' 0" (2.74m)
With polycarbonate roof light, Louvre single glazed window, shelving, power and lighting.
Attached Single Garage
Approximately 17' 10" (5.44m) x 8' 11" (2.72m)
With up and over door giving access out to the front elevation and part opaque Georgian wire single glazed door giving access out to the split level garden to the rear elevation. Ceiling loft hatch, power, lighting, gas and electric meters and wall mounted gas fired condensing boiler.
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The average energy efficiency rating for a dwelling in England and Wales is band D (rating 60).