White Cottage is located in the beautiful parish of Bushley located to the west bank of the river Severn two miles north west of the medieval town of Tewkesbury. It consists of the twin settlements of Bushley and Bushley Green, separated and surrounded by undulating and unspoilt countryside. Recorded in the Doomsday Book of 1086, Bushley means 'the wooded pasture'. A prominent focal point is the cricket club, the pavilion and pitch enjoying an arcadian setting at Bushley Green. Parts of the village fall within a Conservation Area, and there are a number of listed buildings with White Cottage dating back to the 18th Century.
White Cottage is an impressive period property sitting in some 1.7 acres and offering nearly 2,000 sq. feet of accommodation with a large area of parking and a detached double garage. The cottage has been refurbished in recent years. The modern kitchen was re-fitted in 2019 and benefits from an attractive electric AGA. In total there are three bathrooms with the ground floor shower modernised 5 years ago.
The accommodation in brief comprises two large reception rooms, one with a stunning inglenook fireplace and an exceptionally large family conservatory with wonderful views over the well maintained and beautiful gardens. The new kitchen has a built-in hob and oven, space for fridge/freezer and dishwasher with an original electric AGA. There is a separate utility room and the ground floor shower room was re-fitted approximately 5 years ago.
The upstairs accommodation is divided into two halves both having their own separate staircases with each section having two double bedrooms and separate bathrooms.
Outside, a very generous area of garden is adjoined by a much larger area, in all some 1.7 acres. There is a detached double garage and a considerable amount of parking.