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Lower End

Birlingham, Pershore

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  • Georgian country property
  • Period features throughout
  • Self contained cottage annexe
  • Outbuildings including glass houses open storage and a summer house
  • Idyllic village location
  • Far-reaching gardens
  • Cellarage

Offers in excess of

5091 sq. ft.

Email the team

01905 734720

Please quote reference number NCA220129

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A fine example of an elegant Georgian Gentleman's Country Residence with an abundance of period features and an attached annexe, set in the village of Birlingham.
  • Georgian country property
  • Period features throughout
  • Self contained cottage annexe
  • Outbuildings including glass houses open storage and a summer house
  • Idyllic village location
  • Far-reaching gardens
  • Cellarage

The property is approached off a quiet village road that leads onto a semi-circular driveway. A porch with grand pillars gives cover to the front door, which opens into a glorious entrance hall.

There are many period features in the hallway including corniced ceilings, a detailed archway, and an ornate wooden original staircase leading to the first-floor accommodation.

Immediately as you enter the property there is a useful cloakroom with a separate WC to the side.
Continuing into the main house the hallway provides access to the drawing room, reception room, kitchen and cellar. A set of doors to the rear lead onto the terrace.

To the left of the entrance hallway, there is a study/library tucked away.

Drawing room
The main reception room is a large drawing room with a feature fireplace, original parquet flooring and the most beautiful full-length bay windows with doors opening onto the terrace.

Sitting room
There is a second reception room, which is currently being used as a sitting room, once again with floor-to-ceiling bay windows and doors opening onto the terrace.

Towards the front of the property and overlooking the quiet country lane is the kitchen diner. This generously sized room has high ceilings, a sash window and space for a dining table and chairs. The kitchen has white wall and base units with wooden worksurfaces, an integrated oven and space for a free-standing fridge freezer. There is a separate pantry for dry goods and a useful utility accessed through an inner hallway.

This room has a feature fireplace, integrated bookshelf and a large window that looks out onto the rear gardens.

Boot room
The boot room provides access to the rear of the property and the courtyard to the front. Access is also provided here to the converted former coach house.

First floor
The staircase rises to a galleried landing and follows through to six bedrooms, the family bathroom and two cloakrooms.

Bedrooms one and two
On the east side of the first floor, bedroom one is a generous room with built-in wardrobes and a large sash window that looks out to the rear gardens.

A Jack and Jill bathroom is located in the corner of the bedroom and follows through into bedroom two.
The bathroom comprises a mosaic tile bath with splashback, a large vanity unit with a wash basin and a WC.

These three rooms combined would make an ideal master suite with an ensuite and dressing room.

Bedroom three
Bedroom three is another generous double room including a wash basin with vanity unit, built-in storage and a sash window overlooking the gardens.

Family bathroom
Opposite bedroom three, the family bathroom comprises a bath, walk-in shower, heritage washbasin and obscure sash window. Adjacent to the family bathroom is a separate cloakroom with a WC and wash basin.

Bedroom four
Bedroom four is a spacious double room with a large sash window and vanity unit with a washbasin.

Bedroom five
Bedroom five is another double room with a sash window and ample space for freestanding furniture.

Both rooms have convenient access to a washroom with a washbasin and WC.

Bedroom six
Bedroom five is a single room with built-in storage and bookshelf, and a window looking out to the front of the property.

To the right of the main house is the attached annexe, The Grange Cottage. Here there is a courtyard, accessed through a gated entrance, with space for multiple cars.
Accessed from the courtyard, the annexe has a modern fully fitted kitchen/diner, two reception rooms, three bedrooms and a bathroom.

As you enter, the kitchen is located to the left. This room is a comfortable size with space for a dining table and chairs.
Integrated appliances include an oven and hob and there are beautiful sage green wall and base units.

Reception room
The reception room is a fantastic space with a large window that allows for plenty of natural light. There are many charming features such as a feature fireplace and a wood-panelled ceiling.

Bedroom seven
On the first floor, there are three bedrooms and a shared bathroom.
Bedroom seven is the largest room in the annexe and features beautiful exposed beams. There is ample space for freestanding furniture and a window.

Bedrooms eight and nine
Bedroom eight is another spacious double room with built-in wardrobes. Bedroom nine is a single room that could be used as a nursery or study.

Family bathroom
Bedrooms seven, eight and nine are all served by a family bathroom comprising a wood-panelled bath, washbasin and WC.

What was formally a stable block is now a useful storage shed. The original stables and stalls are still in place in addition to the wooden panelled tack room.

The garden provides outstanding views out across Bredon Hill. There are four original greenhouses with brick and glass alongside several other brick-built outbuildings.

A delightful terrace borders the back of the property, with steps down to the formal lawn. A Ha-Ha with water feature breaks the formal garden into parkland, with a wild area, orchard and further grass areas, which could be easily fenced into paddocks.

The Grange benefits from mains electricity and water and has oil-fired central heating. The property is assumed to have septic tank drainage shared with The Grange Cottage.

The Grange Council Tax band - G
The Grange Cottage Council Tax band - E

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 or doesn't Exchange within 6 months of the fee being received other than as a result of:

1. Any structural issues arising from any survey that has not previously been disclosed
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