High Street, Newnham, Gloucestershire. GL14 1BB
£600,000 (Selling Price) 4 bedrooms 2 bathrooms
- Street View
- Beautiful Period Home, Riverside Village Location
- Lots of Character, Unspoiled Original Architecture
- Well Presented Comfortable and Spacious
- Smart New Well Appointed Kitchen
- Delightful Private Garden, Fabulous River View
- Additional information
- Reception Rooms 3
- En-suite 1
- Style Mid Terrace
Britannia House is a fine 17th Century property situated in the heart of the riverside village of Newnham on Severn. It is a remarkable Grade ll Listed dwelling with many authentic architectural features. Impressive original heavily beamed ceilings and timber frame walls are displayed throughout the house. The rooms are comfortable and well proportioned, the accommodation is arranged over three floors with a spacious cellar below. There is a very smart recently installed bespoke kitchen with good quality appliances and bi-folding doors onto the fabulous raised terrace, this is where a superb view over the river and Cotswold Hills can be best appreciated. A beautiful family home of great character.
Heavily beamed ceiling, timber frame wall with stain glass screen, hardwood floor and steps down to sitting room, doors to rear hall, dining room, utility room, enclosed stairwell to first floor.
Slate floor tiles, doors to kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom and rear terrace.
Windows front and rear, fireplace with inset wood burning stove on a slate hearth, doors to High Street and to rear terrace.
Window to front, inglenook fireplace with impressive cast iron stove on terracotta hearth, door to kitchen.
Kitchen Breakfast Room
Recently installed bespoke kitchen with well designed storage solutions, yellow cabinet lighting, pantry, granite work surfaces, central island with gas hob and hot plate grill, Butler style sink unit with Quooker multi function tap, Bosch steam oven, warming drawer and dishwasher, Karndean style floor, bi folding doors to garden terrace.
Window to side, sink unit, plumbing for appliances, central heating boiler, circular stone steps down to cellar.
Window to rear, WC, wash hand basin, wood effect floor.
Large room approximately 4ft 5in headroom, power and light, fully sealed.
First Floor Landing
Window to side, timber frame walls, doors to bedroom 1,2 3/office and family bathroom, stairs to second floor.
Window to front, door to en-suite.
Bedroom 1 En-suite
Window to rear overlooking garden, double ended bath with feature lighting above, WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Window to front, built in mirrored wardrobes.
Windows to front.
Window to rear, half panelled walls, bath, separate drench shower, WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor.
Second Floor Landing
Eaves storage, doors to bedroom 4 and 5.
Windows front and rear, roof lights, exposed beams, eaves storage.
Windows front and rear, fitted eaves storage cupboards.
The garden has a sheltered sunny aspect and a superb view over the river and Cotswold Hills beyond. Doors from the house lead onto a delightful open terrace. The area is flanked by well stocked raised beds fashioned from mellow brick. It is a great entertaining space with a rose covered arbour and sheltered barbecue, all enclosed by ornate railings. The terrace over looks the lower garden which is edged with mature borders, a variety of trees including olive, fig and magnolia, a great attraction to visiting birds. There is a fragrant rose bed and pretty secret niches around the garden. The timber decking, vegetable patch, compost bins and garden shed is on the lower level. The garden is completely enclosed.
On entering the village from the direction of Gloucester, the property is situated on the left hand side of the High Street after the village clock.
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