Situated in the sought after village of Southam is this stunning 1940's bay fronted, four double bedroom detached home in an elevated position with remarkable views towards the The Black Mountains and The Malverns, and occupying a plot that is approximately 1/3 of an acre.
This delightful home offers well proportioned accommodation throughout and has been well kept and enjoyed by its current owner for many years.
The accommodation comprises a welcoming entrance hall with doors to the lounge, dining room, cloakroom and kitchen/breakfast room. The living room measures at max 23'8 and has windows to three aspects including a bay window to the front aspect and a feature marble fireplace with a wood burning stove inset. The formal dining room leads into the fitted kitchen/breakfast room which includes a range of matching wall and base level units, roll edge work surfaces and breakfast bar, four ring gas hob and one and a half bowl sink/drainer unit inset, oven under, extractor over, integral fridge/freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. The kitchen is open to the rear lobby where there are doors to a larder cupboard and rear garden.
On the first floor are four well proportioned double bedrooms, a separate WC and a bathroom that comprises a twin ended bath, separate shower cubicle and pedestal wash basin.
The garden is a real feature of the property with a large, raised lawn with patio seating areas leading to a well tended vegetable garden, sheds and a pond. To the front is a further lawned garden that is hedgerow enclosed and has raised Cotswold stone planted borders and a meandering driveway and turn point that leads to a longer than average garage.