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Knighton-on-Teme

Tenbury Wells

  • 5

    bedrooms
  • 3

    bathrooms
  • 3

    receptions
  • 1-bed annexe cottage
  • Garden and grounds of 4.5 acres
  • Detached double garage
  • Woodland garden with waterfall and pond
  • Children's play park
  • Private driveway with ample parking
  • Large greenhouse
  • Grade II Listed

Offers in excess of

5288 sq. ft.

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01905 734720

Please quote reference number GMO220015

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About the property

Originally a farmhouse, this imposing period, timber-framed property was built in the early 16th Century, with alterations during the late 18th Century.
  • 1-bed annexe cottage
  • Garden and grounds of 4.5 acres
  • Detached double garage
  • Woodland garden with waterfall and pond
  • Children's play park
  • Private driveway with ample parking
  • Large greenhouse
  • Grade II Listed
Property Snapshot

Now restored, it is the perfect property from which to enjoy a rural lifestyle, whilst benefiting from all the contemporary features of a modern family home. The separate one-bed annexe is ideal for multi-generational families or as a holiday let opportunity.

Now restored, it is the perfect property from which to enjoy a rural lifestyle, whilst benefiting from all the contemporary features of a modern family home. The separate one-bed annexe is ideal for multi-generational families or as a holiday let opportunity.

The front door opens into the breakfast area of the recently refitted kitchen. This magnificent room has been fitted with modern, large grey porcelain floor tiles and is complemented by white Shaker-style kitchen units that are topped with a white granite work surface.

There is ample storage space and further features include a Belfast sink with hose mixer tap, an integrated dishwasher, oven and microwave plus space for a large American-style fridge freezer. The main features of this room are the central island and the inset, pearlised, AGA.

The breakfast area has custom built seating and storage, and there is a door that leads off to the ground floor shower room.

Doors from the kitchen, lead to two reception rooms and the formal dining room.

The triple aspect dining room features exposed wall and ceiling beams.

A small corridor leads to the principal reception room which has wooden floors, and exposed wall and ceiling beams. The focal point of this room is the large inglenook fireplace with its log burning stove.

There is also a door that opens directly onto the front terrace.

Off this reception room is the study which is a fantastic space for those working from home. The triple aspect windows simply flood this room with natural light and a door opens directly out onto the terrace.

The rear reception room is also charming, with its exposed wall and ceiling beams, views across the rear gardens, and the stone fireplace with inset log burner. From here a door leads down to the cellar and stairs rise to the first floor. The double cellar is a great space for additional storage and a wine collection.

The first floor
The master bedroom suite is a large, dual aspect double room, with luxurious en suite shower room.

The bedroom has ample fitted wardrobe space and leads into a dressing area, which could also be used as a nursery. The en suite has floor to ceiling tiling and a double walk-in shower, WC and basin on a floating vanity unit.

Bedroom two is another large dual aspect double room with built-in storage, and bedroom three is also a dual aspect double room.

Second floor
A large landing area has storage built into the eaves, and leads to bedrooms four and five, which are both double rooms.

The Annexe
This fabulous additional residence has been finished to a high standard with high-quality strip wooden flooring.

The main reception space has a kitchen with free-standing electric cooker, an undercounter fridge freezer and a Belfast sink. There is a log burner, an en suite shower room, and French doors that open out into its own private garden.

Gardens and grounds
The property is wrapped by wonderfully well-maintained, mature gardens with many different and secluded areas from which to enjoy the peace and tranquillity of your rural surroundings.

To the rear is a pathway leading to an enclosed garden, ideal for dog training or keeping chickens.

Further back, is a great entertaining space with both, covered and open seating areas, and a children’s play park.

There is a great kitchen garden to one side, with vegetable plots, fruit trees and a large greenhouse.

To the other side of the property, through the woodland, a pathway leads to another large, secluded garden, which has a restful waterfall, a pond, seating areas and a summerhouse.

Behind the double garage sits a converted brick built stable, providing annexe accommodation, and beyond that is a large timber workshop fitted with solar panels.

From the driveway, block-paved steps lead down to the main entrance, where there is a lovely terrace which is perfect for enjoying a morning coffee or afternoon tea.

Agent’s note
There is a footpath that crosses the property with an invitation for walkers to use an alternative route.

Services
Upper Lowbourn has oil-fired central heating, its own septic tank, and benefits from being connected to broadband, mains electricity and mains water.

The property receives an annual wayleave payment of £50 from Western Power.

The property is in Council Tax Band – G.