Lineholt

Ombersley, Droitwich

  • 5

    bedrooms
  • 5

    bathrooms
  • 4

    receptions
  • Contemporary open plan design
  • 3 floors of modern living accommodation
  • Balconies
  • Large terrace
  • 400m of frontage on the River Severn
  • 17 fishing pegs
  • Registered fishery with 20 peg lake
  • Detached double garage
  • 2.0 kW solar PV installation
  • Rain water harvesting installation
  • Outbuildings

Offers in excess of

8439 sq. ft.

Email the team

01905 734720

Please quote reference number CIT200211

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About the property

Contemporary, newly built farmhouse, with modern, open plan living space, several outbuildings and over 20 acres of land running along the banks of the River Severn with almost 400m of river frontage.
  • Contemporary open plan design
  • 3 floors of modern living accommodation
  • Balconies
  • Large terrace
  • 400m of frontage on the River Severn
  • 17 fishing pegs
  • Registered fishery with 20 peg lake
  • Detached double garage
  • 2.0 kW solar PV installation
  • Rain water harvesting installation
  • Outbuildings
Property Snapshot

This luxurious and spacious, contemporary farmhouse has been built in the classic Cotswold architectural style, with exceptional skill and enormous attention to detail to produce a unique and contemporary home spread over three floors.

The topography and stunning views have influenced the design and orientation of the house, ensuring that every window and outside space makes the most of the breath-taking surroundings.

The elevated setting of the house means that the rear aspect looks across sweeping lawns to the lakes, meadows and eventually the River Severn, with mature Oaks dotting the landscape in between, and Shrawley woods beyond.


A long, gravelled drive leads into a generous parking area at the front of the house, which is large enough for several cars and hosts a double garage with solar panels and a room/studio/office above.

The house has an attractive façade, with a classic and very beautiful, timber framed porch sheltering the welcoming front door.

The bright and airy, double height entrance hall features beautiful, Karndean floors, with carpeted stairs and bespoke bannisters that lead up to the first floor, and down to the ground floor.

A large door leads into the enormous, open plan kitchen/dining/living space which enjoys spectacular views from the large bi-fold doors.

The rear of the house is dominated by an enormous open plan kitchen/dining/living space, with bi-fold doors opening onto a large balcony which overlooks the gardens and wonderful views beyond.

There is a large bespoke kitchen to the right and an enormous bright and airy dining and living space that extends to the full length of the house to the left.

The kitchen is well-appointed, with granite worktops, bespoke oak fitted units by Prentice Furniture. There is a large window above the double Belfast sink which floods the space with natural light.

The dining area lies between the kitchen and living area with bi-fold doors that open out onto a large balcony that enjoys glorious views of the surrounding countryside.

The living area features a huge bay window and a large timber framed fireplace with a log burner. Both the dining and living areas feature beautiful, Karndean floors throughout.

A door leads from the entrance hall to an extensive utility room with tiled floors, space for a washing machine and dryer, and access to the side of the house, perfect for muddy boots and dogs.

At the opposite end of the entrance hall, there is a generously sized study, which is bright and has enough room for two people to work together comfortably. There is a large window facing the front aspect of the house allowing plenty of natural light into the room.
There is also a door leading from the entrance hall to a well-appointed WC, with wash basin and free-standing vanity unit.


Lower ground floor
There are three doors to the right of the staircase of the lower ground floor hallway. One to a WC, one to the very large, boiler room and one to a further study or snug.

There is a fourth door, directly in front of the staircase leading into the most extraordinarily spacious games room, with Karndean flooring extending to over 923 sq.ft along the length of the house.

There are two sets of double, bi-fold doors that lead out onto a large, paved, garden terrace. The bi-fold doors extend to almost the entire width of the room and can be opened to seamlessly join the inside space with the terrace.


First floor
From the atrium, the stairs lead up to a galleried landing with sumptuous carpeting, an elegant chandelier and plenty of natural light flooding through three Velux windows. The landing provides access to 5 good sized bedrooms, which all have en suite shower rooms.

Master bedroom
The master bedroom is luxuriously carpeted and very spacious. It has double doors leading out onto a large balcony, with stunning views across the gardens to the lake and meadows beyond. A stylishly and well appointed en suite bathroom completes the master suite.

The master en suite bathroom features a stylish free-standing bath, heated towel rail, sink and WC.

Bedroom two
Bedrooms two and three are both doubles of a similar size and feature luxurious carpeting en suite shower rooms, and dormer windows that overlook the rear aspect of the house to the gardens and meadows beyond.

The en suite features beautiful tiling, a quadrant shower enclosure, a sink and vanity unit, WC and large illuminated mirror.

Bedroom three
A good size dual aspect double bedroom with the additional window looking out to the side of the property.

The en suite features beautiful tiling, a quadrant shower enclosure, a large sink and vanity unit, built in WC and large illuminated mirror.

Bedroom four
This is a slightly smaller dual aspect room at the end of the landing, with windows overlooking the side and front aspect of the property. It also has a well designed and stylish en suite shower room.

Bedroom five
This is a cosy room tucked away to the left of the stairs before the master suite and would perhaps make the perfect nursery.

It is carpeted, has an en suite shower room and dormer window overlooking the front aspect of the house.


Gardens and grounds
At present the house is surrounded by generous lawns, providing enormous potential for further design and landscaping that would add to this already rather special property.

The extensive, paved terrace to the rear of the house is the perfect spot for relaxing with friends and an excellent spot for sundowners after a long day’s fishing.

At the top of the driveway are two large outbuildings, which both have electricity and are watertight, providing excellent potential for conversion, storage, or livestock.

Behind the first paddock to the right of the driveway, is a track which winds down, through the fields, between the fishing lake and a small pond, to the banks of the River Severn

The third, sizable outbuilding is closer to the house and has huge potential to be converted into a stable block.

Closer to the house still, there are a couple of potting sheds, which would be ideal for beginning the transformation of the gardens.

The exceptional beauty of the land and river frontage available with this property really are the cherry on the cake.


Services
The property benefits from mains electricity and water, its own private sewage treatment plant, and oil-fired central heating and hot water. The first floor and basement are heated via radiators, whilst the ground floor has underfloor heating throughout.

There is 2.0 kW solar PV installation on the garage and a twin panel 247 ltr Cyclone solar hot water system that contributes to the hot water requirements of the house. There is also a rain water harvesting installation with a mains bypass that services all the WCs.

The property is also connected to fibre broadband.

The Council Tax band is to be reviewed.


General information
There is a public footpath which runs along the banks of the River, and some of the land in this area has been known to flood.


Reservation Fee - refundable on exchange

A reservation fee, refundable on exchange, will be payable by the Buyer to Andrew Grant Sales Limited prior to issuing the Memorandum of Sale and marking the property as Sold Subject to Contract. This fee will be reimbursed upon Exchange of contracts. The fee will be retained by Andrew Grant Sales Ltd to cover costs in the event the Buyer withdraws from the purchase other than as a result of:

1. Any structural issues arising from any survey
2. Serious defect in the seller’s legal title
3. The local searches reveal any matter that has a material adverse effect on the market value of the property that were previously undeclared or unknown

The reservation fee will depend on the level of your agreed offer for the property:

an agreed offer under £500,000 will be £500 inclusive of vat
an agreed offer between £500,000 and £1,000,000 will be £1,000 inclusive of vat
all agreed offers over £1,000,000 will be £1,500 inclusive of vat