Pensham, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10

£1,150,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
An impressive and spacious property, created from original, period farm buildings and rebuilt/converted in the 1990's. The property offers rustic charm and is attractively positioned around a cobbled courtyard with a walled boundary and lovely gardens which extend to the rear and paddocks beyond.

The property provides generous accommodation particularly suited to family living, and includes a ground floor bedroom suite which would suit those with a dependant relative. There are three, good-sized interchangeable reception rooms off a tiled hall; the farmhouse style kitchen provides the hub of the house, complete with bespoke units and a four oven Aga. Supplementary rooms include two cloakrooms and a utility/laundry with freestanding cooker enabling use as a secondary kitchen; the outhouse adjoining serves as a boot room with log and bin store. The first floor is split and accessed via two separate staircases where there are four further bedrooms: three of these are served by en-suite bath/shower rooms and the principal bedroom has the benefit of a fitted dressing room and balcony with countryside views and an external staircase.

Outside

Gated access from the lane to a cobbled courtyard with ample parking and access to the outbuilding which provides garaging, workshop/storage with mezzanine over and a boot room. The gardens are well established with a paved terrace across the rear and side, ornamental pond, lawn and many specimen bushes and trees; stocked flower beds, green house and summer house. The garden has separate vehicular access from a lane and extends to a concrete yard where there is a substantial workshop with power and light connected. Adjacent are wooden stables and gates beyond lead to fenced paddocks, with hedge and fence boundaries and a small plantation of semi-mature trees along one side. The total area amounts to just under 3.9 acres and running through the garden is a 7¼" gauge miniature railway with turntable and connection into the workshop - see General Information.

pSituation

The property enjoys a peaceful position in a no through country lane of a sought after rural hamlet, yet less than 2 miles to the south east of Pershore; this delightful, riverside market town has gained in popularity in recent years partly driven by the success of No 8, a highly regarded community cinema/theatre, activity and arts centre. Trains run from Pershore Station to London Paddington. The location also offers good access to the motorway network via the M5 at Worcester and Tewkesbury.

Additional Information

Please note that whilst the existing railway track and associated infrastructure is included in the sale, the locomotives, carriages and additional rail that is available are excluded, but may be available by separate negotiation.

All mains services connected. Gas fired central heating with underfloor heating on the ground floor. Solar PV panels yield a feed-in tariff, and solar thermal panels supplement the domestic hot water supply.

Council Tax – Band G resulting in a charge of £3,030.09 for 2020/21.

Planned completion to be in March 2022.

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