Originally built as accommodation for workers at the nearby salt works in the late 1800s, this is the last-but-one house in a row of eleven. The land surrounding the houses is circa 6 acres, most of which is grass (mown yearly for hay) and was bought by the then owners of the houses in 1999 and is now officially owned by a company set up by them. Every property owner is a member of the company until they sell their property. This means that the outstanding view and amenity is protected and several families’ children have enjoyed the safe outdoors play space thus provided.
The property benefits from a garage, front and rear garden and an allotment of about 140 square yards.
The location is secluded and peaceful and of great natural beauty and would be ideal for those with a passion for gardening, wildlife, angling, boating, cycling, walking, star gazing or history. There are two local nature reserves within easy walking distance and the Worcester-Birmingham canal runs close by. A network of lanes and public footpaths radiates out in all directions from the house.
For anyone who values these attributes, it is ideal, reflected in the fact that apart from one house that has sold a few years back, every other occupier has been here for at least 10 years and two families have been here over 30.
The current owner has lived here since since1998 and has thoroughly enjoyed the location and lifestyle.
The cottage is in close proximity to the popular village of Stoke Prior allowing ease of access to local pubs, shops and a post office. Also situated nearby is the village of Wychbold offering further amenities as well as strong road links to junction five on M5.
Just 10 minutes by road to Droitwich and Bromsgrove and 40 minutes to Birmingham, as well as strong rail links making this an ideal commuter’s property.
High qualities of state and private schooling can be found in Droitwich and surrounding areas, such as Bromsgrove and Worcester.
A sense of community...
This delightful terraced cottage sits in a beautiful community benefitting from rich culture owed to John Corbett “The Salt King” of Droitwich, and a view of the beautiful Piper’s Hill and Dodderhill Common. Accessed by Shaw Lane leading to garages and a car park exclusive to the residents of Causeway Meadows.
Accommodation comprising of: Porch, Hallway, Kitchen, Sitting Room, Three Bedrooms, Bathroom.
Ground Floor Accommodation:
A spacious, bright and airy entrance way has doors leading to the Breakfast Kitchen and Sitting Room.
The Breakfast Kitchen has wall and base storage units, single oven with hob and extractor over, space for an under counter fridge and with a delightful front-facing countryside view.
The Sitting Room features a cosy log burner and allows access to the west facing Garden, ideally located as a sun trap.
First Floor Accommodation:
The landing leads to three Bedrooms and a Bathroom.
The Master Bedroom is a good sized double room, Bedroom two features a fitted wardrobe and storage cupboard and Bedroom three would make an ideal study or nursery.
The west facing Garden, ideally located as a sun trap and home to fruit trees such as pear including . The rear gardens are planted with a variety of hardy perennials chosen to attract bees and butterflies.
Along with the existing homeowners, the new owner will become a member of the company that owns and protects the land surrounding the houses.
A stone’s throw from the house you will find the private allotments belonging to the residents of the neighbourhood. A spacious and multi-purposeful area of greenery, home to varieties of fruit and nut trees. Residents utilise the allotments in many ways, including gardening, home grown food, and areas of social decking.
The cottage benefits from a great view and large grassy area owned by all local residents with a managed company in place for upkeep. The cottage can be accessed by the rear or front Garden, perfect for wiping muddy boots after a walk.
The Garage is found near the private car park, mostly used as storage space.
Services: Mains electricity, gas, water, drainage.
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