The Old Vicarage, a charming property in Didbrook just six miles from Broadway in Gloucestershire has come onto the market. Thought to date from the first half of the 1800s the house is constructed from honey coloured Ashlar stone, and has steeply pitched gables with capping stones and a tiled roof.
The property boasts a hall, drawing room, dining room, large kitchen/dining room, laundry, cloakroom, 5/6 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and landing/games room.
Outside there is also a coach house which is a classic Cotswold stone building, currently used as an open plan studio with a loft on the second floor. Also outdoors is a double garage which provides plenty of parking.
The Vicarage also stands in nearly an acre of lovely landscaped gardens with a view of the adjacent church tower. Developed to include a variety of lawns, and numerous well stocked flower and herbaceous borders the gardens have been extremely well cared for. There are also numerous rose bushes, lawns and historic trees. A summerhouse sits behind an ornamental pond, and leads onto a small manageable orchard with apple, plum and cherry trees.
Guide price: £1.2m. For further information, please contact Jackson-Stops & Staff telephone + 44 (0)1386 840 224 or visit www.jackson-stops.co.uk.