An impressive period village house in a delightful open position.
Birlingham House is a handsome Edwardian period property which dates back to around 1910. The house has rough rendered elevations under pitched tiled roofs with prominent gables and exposed brick detailing at ground floor level. Features include an impressive double width conservatory to the rear and an elegant loggia linking the house to the detached garage building. Internally the house enjoys good natural light throughout and a logical layout providing a good canvas for the new owner to create an impressive family home.
Formal access to the property is via an entrance porch with pitched roof and substantial double timber doors leading to the reception hall. Predominantly a square shape, the reception rooms are set out to each corner with the double width conservatory encapsulating the study and dining room. Interestingly there is a ground floor bathroom which could allow for disabled accommodation. The kitchen, utility and cloakroom are located within a wing leading from the dining room and there is side access to the courtyard and garden.
At first floor level the main bedroom features a dressing room and en suite shower room, there are three further bedrooms, two of which have en suite shower rooms. At second floor level is the fifth bedroom, a useful storage room and comprehensive eaves storage.
The substantial garage building provides storage for up to 4 vehicles with a workshop adjacent. This building has the potential for separate ancillary accommodation subject to the necessary planning permission
Birlingham House is accessed via a broad a long driveway flanked by a delightful avenue of mature trees leading to a large parking and turning area. Large expanses of lawn surround the house providing excellent scope for entertainment or landscaping potential. To the rear, Birlingham House features a large terrace which is ideal for al fresco entertainment. Mature hedging denotes a boundary between the garden area and the paddock land beyond. Although kept to a manageable height, the paddocks have mown paths to ease navigation to their perimeter and centre. There also pretty sections of wooded areas to the perimeter. The land totals approximately 5.41 acres
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A house I would certainly buy. Great location, great potential and all in a lovely Worcestershire villageChristian Swaab