Blackmore End, Hanley Swan, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR8 0EE | Property for sale | Savills
502.33 sq m
Guide price £1,675,000(100,510,010 EGP)

Blackmore EndHanley Swan, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR8 0EE

    Key features

    • A beautiful country home set in delightful gardens with attractive far-reaching views.
    • Traditionally styled accommodation equating to 5,407 sq. ft of living space.
    • An outstanding Coach House affording 1,100 sq. ft of versatile accommodation.
    • An array of original features together with natural charm, warmth and character.
    • Enjoying a private position within the heart of this well-regarded village.
    • A superb triple bay garage, outbuildings and wood store.

    An outstanding country home occupying an enviable position in this well-regarded village.

    About this property

    • Blackmore Grange is an outstanding country home with a superb mellow brick Coach House. Occupying a private setting with established far-reaching views, it has a plethora of original features together with natural charm, warmth and character. Accessed by way of secure wrought iron gates, the gravelled drive sweeps to the principal courtyard, main residence, coach house, and the detached triple garage.

      The traditionally styled accommodation is set over three floors and equates to 5,043 sq. ft of living space. The rooms are particularly inviting, not least the farmhouse style kitchen which is fitted with a comprehensive range of units, cabinetry, integrated appliances and a four oven AGA. The elegant drawing room affords pleasant views over the garden, whilst the spacious dining room is the consummate place to enjoy formal dining and large social gatherings. The heart of the home is arguably the superb garden/family room, fitted with a feature log burning stove with an extended ceiling height, it has French doors opening to the rear terrace and garden. In addition there are two studies, a charming snug, a fitted utility room and a cellar. The cellar is dry, useable and provides superb storage space. (364 sq. ft)

      The second floor consists of five good-sized bedrooms, two family bathrooms and a well-appointed en suite. All rooms are light and airy, in good decorative order and enjoy far-reaching views.

      Adjacent to the main house is a superb mellow coach house. Equating to 1,100 sq ft of versatile accommodation it can be used in a variety of ways: home studio, gym, study or as a potential income-generation rental are but a few.

      The formal gardens, paddocks and fields are a wonderful extension of the property (equating to 6.02 acres) and have been lovingly landscaped by the current vendors. The gardens are principally laid to lawn, interspersed with an array of herbaceous beds, established borders, mature trees, shrubs and plants. There are a host of idyllic seating areas, all of which are an ideal place to entertain or enjoy al-fresco dining. Bounded by fencing and hedgerow, there is superb kitchen garden, soft fruit trees, and useful outbuildings in the stable yard garden. In addition there is a potting shed, wood store, and a garden shed.

      The triple-bay garage is outstanding: ideal to house a modest collection of vehicles, it is discreetly positioned to the side of the plot. The associated fields and paddocks are fenced with a scattering of trees, suitable to house livestock or to be used as an equestrian facility.

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    I think the world of Blackmore Grange: a family home true and proper, a home to be enjoyed and loved!

    Phil BatesProperty agent

    Local information

    • Hanley Swan is a quintessential Worcestershire village. It is approximately 6km from Malvern, 4km from Upton-upon-Severn, 17km from Worcester and 31km from Cheltenham. This well-regarded village has a Public House, village green with pond, post office and village store. Hanley Swan Primary School enjoys an Ofsted rating of Good.
    • Malvern has an array of shops, bars and restaurants together with a selection of independent stalls, coffee houses and boutique shops. There is a mainline train station, leisure facilities, theatre, a Waitrose supermarket and The Winter Gardens park.
    • The cathedral city of Worcester has a wider selection of amenities, a vibrant city centre, hospital and several leisure complexes.
    • The Regency town of Cheltenham famed for its Georgian architecture, Montpellier district, vibrant centre and expansive hospitality venues is within a modest commute. It is also the home of the world famous Cheltenham Festival.
    • Communications are excellent, the M50 motorway is within a short commute as is the M5 motorway, providing access to The West Country, Bristol and The Midlands.
    • There are a number of notable schools in the immediate area: Malvern College, The Downs Malvern, The King's School, Worcester, The Royal Grammar School, Worcester and Cheltenham College are but a few.

    Additional information

    • Services connected: private water, mains electricity, private drainage, oil fired central heating.
    • Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council.
    • EPC Rating: E
    • Tenure: Freehold
    • Council Tax Band: G