A superb barn conversion in a peaceful location.
Thornfield is a beautiful barn conversion in the idyllic and peaceful village of Pensham, just south of Pershore.
The property can be entered via either the double doors leading into the snug or through the main front door. The front door opens into the welcoming hallway with a lovely flagstone floor.
To the right is the large main reception room with French doors leading directly out to the patio and private garden. Timber beams, lintels and the wooden flooring really add to the character, as does the feature fireplace.
Off the hall is a downstairs shower room and part-utility. Adjacent to a ground floor room, currently used as a bedroom three, but could be repurposed for use as a formal dining room. It looks out across the rear garden and has wooden flooring plus a built-in storage cupboard.
To your left is the large country kitchen and snug, with a high ceiling and feature window. French doors open out to the patio and garden making it perfect for entertaining. Features include flagstone flooring, exposed brickwork, country style units and solid wood work surfaces. Adding to the charm is a Range-style cooker and Belfast sink. There is space for a dishwasher, a large free standing fridge freezer and a breakfast table and chairs.
Stairs lead from the snug to bedroom four.
The main stairs lead to a landing where there is an airing cupboard, family bathroom and two bedrooms.
The main bedroom is a generous dual aspect double with a bank of three built-in double wardrobes. Bedroom two which overlooks the rear garden is currently being used as an office.
Stairs rise to the converted attic space, which is bedroom five. This is ideal for older children and teenagers.
The lovely L-shaped garden is completely private and not overlooked. A mixture of lawn, paved and shingle - it is the perfect outdoor/indoor entertaining space.
In 2000, the then residents of the village bought a field slightly up from Thornfield on behalf of the village. So now the village owns it and it's rather like a shared communal area. There's an orchard, a playing field with seating and every year the village throws a large party for everyone.
Not all car ports in the lead photo belong to the property; everything south of the Velux window belongs to someone else.
An excellent family home with walks and open countryside on your doorstep.Sam Pagett