Pensham, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10 3HB | Property for sale | Savills
3,242 sq ft(301.19 sq m)
Guide price £1,125,000(€1,320,967)

PenshamPershore, Worcestershire, WR10 3HB

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Key features

  • An outstanding Grade II listed black and white farmhouse with an array of original features
  • Victorian coach house plus 3 further modern garages and workshop
  • Traditionally styled accommodation set over three floors equating to 3,242 sq. ft. of living space
  • Spacious attic room currently used as a dedicated home office
  • Beautiful landscaped gardens with attractive far-reaching views and pond
  • Full planning permission for coach house and garaging to be converted into annexe, affording the ability to generate rental income

A beautiful Grade II listed black and white farmhouse located on the outskirts of Pershore.

About this property

  • The Old House is a quintessential Worcestershire country home occupying an enviable position on the outskirts of Pershore. The black and white farmhouse, dating from the mid 1600's, enjoys a wealth of original features together with natural charm, warmth and character. Sitting centrally within its plot, the long gravelled drive sweeps to the central courtyard, to the rear of the property and to the substantial garaging. The courtyard provides parking for at least 6 cars.

    Entered by way of a traditional entrance hall, the accommodation is set over three floors and equates to 3,242 sq. ft. of living space.

    The dining room is particularly attractive with a beautiful inglenook fireplace which complements the exposed ceiling beams and flagstone floor and leads to the country-style kitchen, fitted with gas and electric AGA, a comprehensive range of units, cabinetry and integrated dishwasher, with a dual Belfast sink and plentiful dining space. In addition there is a lobby area leading to the back door and a utility room/fitted cloakroom.

    The formal drawing room has an array of period features including a large inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove, and stairs rising to the first floor. The sitting/TV room enjoys a dual aspect with pleasant views over the garden and has French doors opening to the side terrace and a fitted gas fire.

    The first floor consists of four good-sized bedrooms and a well-appointed bathroom. The principal bedroom features a four-poster bed with the use of a modest-sized cloakroom. Bedroom two has extensive fitted wardrobes, with both bedrooms enjoying a dual aspect. There are two further bedrooms, one of which is currently used as a study.

    The second floor is very versatile: one side has a double bedroom and a spacious bathroom, and the other has a large reception area and a study, previously used as a home office. Furthermore, there is plentiful storage in the eves.

    Around the rear courtyard are the brick-built outbuildings comprising a Victorian coach house with garage underneath and versatile beamed loft room above, plus a modern 3-car garage with significant storage above and a spacious workshop. There is full planning to convert the workshop and coach house garage into further accommodation with 3 garages still remaining.

    The gardens are a fabulous extension of the main house, beautifully landscaped with pleasant views over the immediate escarpment. There is a wide selection of mature trees, shrubs and plants plus kitchen garden area with raised beds. Principally laid to lawn and bounded by hedges there are numerous herbaceous beds, established borders and idyllic seating areas. In addition there is a large attractive pond and summer house/garden shed.

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The Old House is a particular favourite of mine: characterful, homely and in a wonderful part of the world! A home to be treasured......

Phil BatesProperty agent

Local information

  • Pensham is a charming hamlet just over a mile from Pershore. There are a host of outdoor activities to be enjoyed: hiking, cycling and hacking are but three. The historic market town of Pershore has an array of independent shops, coffee houses, restaurants and Public Houses.
  • In addition to historic Pershore Abbey and Number 8 cinema/theatre and Arts Centre, there are a host of amenities, including pharmacies, doctors surgeries and two supermarkets plus schools for all ages. There is a mainline train station with direct routes to London Paddington. (Approximately two hours)
  • The Cathedral city of Worcester is approximately 7 miles away which has a wider selection of shops, a vibrant city centre and a city hospital. Cheltenham is approximately 17 miles away. Known for its Regency architecture, Georgian parks and outstanding shopping facilities, it is home to the world renowned Cheltenham Festival meet.
  • Communications are excellent, the M5 motorway is approximately 5 miles away with direct routes to The Midlands, Bristol and The West Country.

Additional information

  • Services connected: Mains water, mains electricity, mains drainage, gas fired central heating.
  • Fibre to the property (FTTP) for internet and telephone.
  • Local Authority: Wychavon District Council.
  • EPC Exempt
  • Tenure: Freehold
  • Council Tax Band: G