An elegant and beautifully presented Grade II listed manor house.
The Manor is a handsome Grade II listed period country home. Thought to date back to 1550, the property features Cotswold stone elevations under pitched tiled roofs with stone mullion and timber casement windows. The accommodation is set over three stories and enjoys a wealth of period features throughout.
Formal access to The Manor is via a substantial timber panelled door and open porch. An impressive reception hall centres the property with a substantial fireplace with wood burning stove, sealed limestone flooring, exposed beams and the room enjoys plenty of natural light. The elegant drawing room has a large inglenook fireplace, oak flooring, exposed beams, revealed stonework and lovely mullioned windows. Situated across the reception hall is the sitting room with contemporary stone fireplace featuring wood burner and timber flooring. The room enjoys views to the fore of the property. The kitchen and breakfast room have access to the gardens and grounds with the kitchen featuring exposed beams, bespoke floor and wall mounted cupboards, central island, three door Aga and modern integral appliances. Work surfaces are a light polished granite and flooring ceramic tile. The breakfast room has a delightful exposed stone wall feature, stone mullioned windows and French doors to the gardens and terrace. Situated adjacent is the cloakroom, and the utility room providing day to day access.
The first floor is accessed via a handsome oak staircase. There are two options for a master bedroom with each at the opposite ends of the house. The North easterly end of the house features a good sized bedroom with en suite bathroom and shower built into the gable end. The room benefits from lovely views over the gardens and paddocks to the east. The alternative bedroom is situated to the south end of the house with large bedroom, walk in wardrobe and en suite shower room. This room has a dual aspect. There are two further bedrooms at first floor level served by a family bathroom.
At second floor level there is an impressive bedroom set within the roof space with good head height, exposed truss features and walk in store cupboard. Situated across the landing is a further small bedroom/playroom.
The Manor is accessed via an open driveway flanked by Cotswold drystone walling leading to a large block paved driveway with central grass island. Gently sloping lawns feature a wildlife pond and seating area. The front perimeter of the house has low height dry stone walling and well stocked borders. To the north side of the house is the garage and utility wing. To the back of the house are extensive gardens interspersed with gravelled pathways and a driveway leading from the side of the garage to the stable yard, which has four loose boxes and an animal shelter adjacent. Within the gardens is an outdoor heated swimming pool surrounded by Cotswold stone walling and flagstones. There is a pretty brick pool house with plant room and changing area and it is worth noting that the swimming pool has a child proof safety cover.
Beyond the garden curtilage are two gently sloping paddocks with vehicular access on their easterly boundary.
Local Authority: Wychavon District Council 01386 565000
Services: Mains water, electricity and drainage. Mains gas fired central heating.
Viewing: Strictly by appointment with Savills.
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A really enticing Cotswold home with lovely accommodation and a surprising amount of land.Christian Swaab