Wike Lane

Sambourne, Redditch

  • 6

  • 5

  • 4

  • Grade II listed farmhouse
  • Contemporary period living
  • Outbuildings available via separate negotiation
  • Car port
  • Victorian railway bridge on approach
  • Unfurnished
  • Deposit is £4,615.39
  • 12 months minimum term

10804 sq. ft.

Tenant Info
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About the property

This beautiful six bedroom grade II listed farmhouse located in Sambourne, has been renovated to a very high standard and is ready to move in to.
  • Grade II listed farmhouse
  • Contemporary period living
  • Outbuildings available via separate negotiation
  • Car port
  • Victorian railway bridge on approach
  • Unfurnished
  • Deposit is £4,615.39
  • 12 months minimum term
Property Snapshot

The property includes six bedrooms, five bathrooms and four reception rooms. The barn next door and stables can be included via separate negotiation. The property is well-situated with good, local amenities nearby and beautiful surrounding scenery.

This property also benefits from full or partial central heating, liquid propane gas, mains electricity, mains water and broadband.

Council tax band - G.

Sambourne is a delightful rural village on the Worcestershire and Warwickshire border, nestled in ancient and very beautiful countryside to the south of Redditch.

Sambourne Hall Farm lies in a wonderfully rural location, but is surprisingly well connected, offering a country lifestyle with the convenience of many local amenities. The village has a good eating pub, a church and is only a 5-minute drive to Astwood Bank or Coughton for further amenities, primary schools and pubs.

The medieval market town of Alcester is only 10 minutes away by car, and Redditch is a short 15 minutes drive. Redditch offers some excellent secondary schools, further shopping, supermarkets and the closest mainline station.

The nearest junction of the M42 motorway is only 20 minutes by car making this an excellent location for commuters who wish to have a quiet and rural homelife.

Entering the house from the front of the property, brings you through a small timber porch and into a spacious, light and homely entrance hall.

Stripped oak doors lead to the kitchen, dining room, sitting room and study. Stairs also rise to the first floor from this entrance hall.

The bright and spacious, family kitchen is truly the heart of this home, featuring traditional flag stone floors, exposed beams and brickwork and a large fireplace with a log burner.

This beautiful kitchen is flooded with natural light from the large window that overlooks the paddock at the front of the property.

Bespoke country style kitchen cupboards, with granite worktops, are fitted around a Rangemaster cooker. A spacious breakfast bar, with a touch tap and sink combine to create a wonderful family area.

There is a door through to a small hallway with doors on to the courtyard, a downstairs loo with walk-in shower and a large utility room.

The back door of the kitchen opens out onto a lovely covered and paved patio area, that overlooks the courtyard and barns. The glass panels in the roof allow the sunlight to flood through whilst also maintaining the light into the kitchen.

Turning right out of the kitchen there is a larger open-air patio, with plenty of space for a BBQ and a table and chairs and glass doors leading through into the bar.

The entire rear patio area is separated from the gravelled and lawned courtyard by a traditional red brick wall.

The bar
The bar is a later addition and is entered through the double glass doors from the patio, combining the two creates the perfect entertaining area. The bar features ceramic floor tiles, a sink and a brick fire surround.

Utility/back kitchen
This huge dual aspect room occupies the north end of the house and features bespoke cupboards with wooden worktops and practical stone floor tiles.

There is also ample space for appliances, food storage and a kitchen table and chairs.

Dining room
This bright and comfortable dining room has enough space for a table to seat ten to twelve people, whilst the exposed beams, and a small but perfectly formed fireplace with a log burner, maintain a very cosy feel.

Living room
This fantastic room features two large south facing windows, with views of the wonderful weeping willow to the side of the property.

The room also features an impressive and beautifully lit, brick inglenook fireplace with original bread oven and a wood burner. High ceilings with exposed-beams and painted iron radiators complete this comfortable and spacious family room.

Tucked away behind the living room is the generously-sized study with a large window that overlooks the front aspect of the house. There are several cupboards sympathetically built into this room which also features a large iron radiator under the window.

First Floor
The first-floor landing is spacious and elegant, with doors to bedrooms one and three, and stairs with original oak banisters going up to the second floor.

Bare beams, feature wallpaper and a small Victorian fireplace add charm and character to this space.

Master bedroom
The two windows that overlook the south side of the house ensure this large room gets the best of the sun.

On the east wall, is an original exposed brick fireplace, which adds enormous character to this room.

To the right of the fireplace is a built-in cupboard, which has been made using oak panelling and an original panelled door.

On the opposite side of the room, there is a large dressing room with fitted open fronted wardrobes and a bright well-appointed en suite shower room.

The master suite shower room
The shower room features a large window that floods the room with natural light, a high-quality white suite and a walk-in shower with a rainfall shower head.

Bedroom three is another spacious and bright room, with plenty of space for a double bed and a large window that overlooks the courtyard.
This room also features a large traditional cast iron radiator and a period fireplace.

Bedroom two is a lovely room with exposed beams and a large window that overlooks the front of the property. There is a large radiator beneath the window and ample space for a king size bed.

A door leads into a Jack and Jill en suite shower room, which is shared via a tiny door with bedroom four.

This is a very well appointed room, with ceramic tiled floors, a high-quality white suite, a beautifully tiled wall, a vanity unit and a walk-in shower with rainfall head.

Bedroom four is a single room with doors that lead out into the Jack and Jill en suite, the family bathroom and the hallway.

This room also features a beautiful brick fireplace and a small window overlooking the courtyard. It is currently used as a study/home office, but would fit a single bed or make a good nursery or hobby room.

Family bathroom
Nestled between bedrooms three and four, and with doors from both the landing and bedroom four, this family bathroom is both stylish and luxurious.

A high-quality white suite comprising low level WC, pedestal wash basin, oval corner bath and walk-in shower with rainfall head are complemented by beautiful ceramic tiling.

Second floor
The second floor of this beautiful home is quite simply stunning in its magnitude. The bright and airy landing is set under the eaves in the centre of the house, with exposed beams and a large window facing the front of the property.

Three doors lead off the landing to bedroom five, bedroom six and another beautifully appointed shower room.

Bedroom five is spectacular in its character. With exposed honey-coloured beams, panels which have been stripped bare to the laths, exposed bricks and a large window.

There is a walk-in wardrobe at the far end with additional space for a study area.

Family shower room
This huge shower room services bedrooms five and six. The high ceilings and exposed beams create a bright and characterful bathroom space.

Bedroom six is yet another enormous room, with ample space for a super king bed, a sofa and other furniture. The addition of a walk-in wardrobe completes this beautiful bedroom.

The gardens and grounds
To the front of the property, a gravelled drive runs the length of the house finishing in the courtyard at the end of the threshing barn.

To the left there is a characterful red-brick and timber building currently used as a car port and potting shed.

The courtyard
The courtyard at the back of the house has square lawns intersected with gravelled driveways and provides an enormous private space for parking and access to the threshing barn and stable block, which are available via separate negotiation only.