Churchend, Bushley, Tewkesbury, Worcestershire, GL20


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  • Bedrooms: 6
Impressive former vicarage with large garden, triple garage and outbuildings, situated in a sought after village location with excellent commuter links.

Distinguished and spacious period village house (3,972 sq ft)

4 reception rooms, Aga fitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility, WC & cellar

6 bedrooms; 5 to first floor & 2 bathrooms, 1 to second floor with 3 further rooms

Beautiful, maturely planted gardens, integrated triple garage/workshop, 2 stores

Summary of Features * Distinguished and spacious period village house (3,972 sq ft)

* 4 reception rooms, Aga fitted kitchen/breakfast room, utility, WC & cellar

* 6 bedrooms; 5 to first floor & 2 bathrooms, 1 to second floor with 3 further rooms

* Beautiful and maturely planted gardens adjoining open farmland

* Integrated triple garage & workshop, wood store and garden store

* Ample grounds, parking and storage

Location * Mileages: Tewkesbury 2½ miles, Upton-on-Severn 6 miles, Pershore 11 miles, Malvern 12½ miles, Gloucester 14 miles, Ledbury 15½ miles, Cheltenham & Worcester 16 miles

* Road: M50 (Jct 1) 1.8 miles, M5 (Jct 8) 3 miles

* Railway: Ashchurch for Tewkesbury (Tewkesbury), Malvern, Gloucester

* Airport: Birmingham 47½ miles, Bristol 64 miles

Acreage In all ¾ Acre

Situation The pretty village of Bushley is situated just 2½ miles north-west of the historic market town of Tewkesbury, on the west bank of the River Severn, and is surrounded by picturesque and gently undulating traditional farmland. The village was recorded in the Domesday Book of 1086 as Biselege or Bisselega meaning “The meadow in the wood”. Wellingtonia House is situated in the heart of this popular village, adjacent to the Church with its former use as the vicarage, and benefits from excellent commuter links and access to the larger towns and cities.

Wellingtonia House * Built in the mid 1800's this fabulous property, laid out over three floors, offers spacious accommodation with many classic period features from the era, including wooden panelling, mullion windows, window shutters and working fireplaces.

* The country-style Aga fitted kitchen/breakfast room overlooks the kitchen garden with access via a stable door.

* The light drawing room has a dual aspect with delightful views over the garden. Original, decorative wood panelling further enhances this beautiful room, which opens to the dining room with its feature fireplace, wood panelling and original shutters.

* A cosy snug and a good-sized study offer scope for a variety of uses, and potential for ground-floor bedrooms with the cloak room opposite.

* A very useful utility room is located by the rear door which has good access to the garden, the large garage and workshop. There are ancillary wood and garden stores directly accessible from the house via a covered lobby.

* On the first floor, there are 5 good-sized double bedrooms, and 2 family bath/shower rooms; the shower room usefully positioned to be able to offer an en-suite facility.

* On the second floor there is a 6th bedroom and 3 other inter-connecting rooms, offering scope for a variety of uses, including additional bedrooms, work or store rooms, also with the potential to create a self-contained apartment.

* Wellingtonia House has been well maintained and loved by the vendors, who have owned this excellent family home for over 40 years. The house was re roofed in 2004.

The Outside * The property is approached off the village road via the tarmac access road to the church. A private entrance leads to the garages and parking area.

* The well-established garden has a large lawned area, bordered by a variety of mature shrubs and trees, including two Wellingtonia, a small orchard and a generous vegetable/kitchen garden. The house enjoys views over the surrounding open farmland.

* The large brick-built triple garage with workshop was added in 1991. Together with the the wood and garden stores, these provide very useful storage space.

* There is ample parking in the private driveway with pedestrian access leading to the house, with its impressive recessed porch.

Services Mains electricity & water, oil-fired central heating & Aga. Hot water via Aga & immersion heater. Private drainage to a septic tank. Secondary glazing throughout.

Broadband Standard broadband connected. Superfast fibre soon to be available in the village via BT.

Council Tax Band “G” (£3,095.00; 2020/21).

Local Authority Malvern Hills District Council.

Listing This property is Grade II Listed and within a conservation area.

EPC Exempt (due to Listed status).

Joint Agent Knight Frank, Cheltenham.

Covenants Certain use conditions apply, refer to Agent for further details.

Flooding This property does not flood and is considered very low risk (1,000 year risk, EA letter).

Paddock A separate, nearby ¾ acre paddock may be available to rent.

Schools * Primary: Twyning, Tewkesbury, Eldersfield, Overbury. Further information is available at:

* Secondary: Tewkesbury, Bredon, Hanley Castle. Further information is available at:

* Independent: Bredon School (Bushley). Malvern, Colwall, Gloucester, Cheltenham and Worcester have some excellent Independent Schools. Further information is available at:

Local The thriving village of Bushley has a Church, a village hall; host to a variety of village societies and events, and a cricket club. The nearby town of Tewkesbury, renowned for its historic Abbey and Mediaeval buildings, offers a good range of amenities to meet most day-to-day requirements, including a range of shops, café's, pubs and restaurants, a community hospital and Doctors' Surgeries, a Theatre and a leisure centre with swimming pool. More comprehensive retail and leisure/recreational facilities can be found in Malvern, Gloucester, Cheltenham and Worcester. Birmingham is also easily accessible.

Recreational This area offers a wide range of recreational activities, including many fine walks, riding and cycle routes, water sporting activities and golf, as well as a local theatre and leisure centre with swimming pool in Tewkesbury. Gloucester has a ski and snowboard centre and cinema, Malvern and Cheltenham also have well-renowned theatres. Racing is nearby at Cheltenham. A variety of farmer's markets, art exhibitions and festivals also take place within the area, including the acclaimed Cheltenham International Festivals of Jazz, Music and Literature.

Additional Information Planning secured for a walled garden.

Postcode GL20 6HT

Directions From Tewkesbury: Head north towards the M50 on the high street, at the end roundabout turn left onto the A38/Mythe Road, continue about 0.4 miles and take the first left turn onto the A438 at the Mythe Bridge. Proceed 0.75 miles and take the first right turn for Bushley. Continue for 0.6 miles and turn left immediately after St Peters Church, this property is next to the church

Viewings By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341.

Agents Notes Grant & Co and their clients give notice that:

1. They have no authority to make or give any representations or warranties in relation to the property. 2. These particulars have been prepared in good faith to give a fair overall view of the property, do not form any part of an offer or contract and must not be relied upon as statements or representations of fact. 3. Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It should not be assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulation or other consents. The Agents have not tested any services, equipment or facilities. Purchasers must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise. Fixtures & Fittings Unless mentioned specifically all fixtures & fittings are excluded from the sale.

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