Laurels Road, Offenham, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated on the edge of the village, Newlands comprises a spacious four bedroom detached house dating back to the 1950's and stands in its own grounds. In addition to generous front and rear gardens there is a series of fenced paddocks at the rear together with a substantial timber outbuilding.

Benefitting from double glazing, the house has been extended and updated in subsequent years and provides three reception rooms and a superb double glazed conservatory with underfloor heating which forms the hub of the house. The kitchen, also with underfloor heating, is fitted with a range of modern units and integrated appliances including a range cooker. Upstairs there are four bedrooms served by a family bathroom. An integral garage offers the opportunity to create additional ground floor accommodation if required.

Newlands represents a rare opportunity to purchase a lovely family house with a parcel of good quality land, ideal for those with equestrian and livestock interests or those seeking to live the "good life".


Front garden laid to lawn with stocked beds set behind a mature hedge. A block paved drive provides parking to the immediate front with access to the integral garage. The drive continues down the side of the house to the land which is to the rear. Well stocked rear garden with lawn, paved patio and gazebo, stocked borders and many semi-mature trees. Substantial timber outbuilding with power and light connected providing a double garage and stable/machinery store; lean to fodder store at the rear - outdoor lighting and security cover. Tall "Polytunnel" construction used for caravan/vehicle storage. A gate from the parking area leads to a number of paddocks with post and wire fencing and a double field shelter. Separate vehicular access from Laurels Avenue and a small copse of trees at the far end. In all just under 3 acres.


Offenham is a sizeable village just 2 miles from Evesham where a wide range of amenities are to be found. Famed for its 64' Maypole, the village has many period properties and a range of amenities to include a first school, church, general stores with Post Office, a public house next to the River Avon and micro-brewery with tap room. A mainline railway in nearby Honeybourne provides a regular service to London Paddington in under 2 hours.

Additional Information

All mains services connected and gas fired central heating (underfloor in the kitchen). Rated band E for Council Tax (2021/22) resulting in a charge of £2,206.11.

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