The neighbouring village of Shelsey Beauchamp is one of the most beautiful parts of the lower Teme Valley, situated high above the valley of the River Teme with glorious views across to Herefordshire and The Malverns. The village of Clifton-upon-Teme provides an extensive range of amenities to include a post office and store, two public houses, village hall, church, junior school and nursery.
Worcester is approximately 10 miles away sitting majestically on the River Severn, enjoying the Worcester Cathedral as its backdrop. A vibrant city with a great selection of high street shops and brands. With Worcester train stations which have direct lines to Cheltenham, London, Birmingham and Oxford.
Worcester – London Paddington – 2hrs 5 minutes - Direct
Worcester – Birmingham – Approximately 1 hour
Worcester – Oxford – Approximately 1 hour.
The property lies within the catchment of the highly regarded Chantry School at Martley.
In the independent sector, just a short drive away is Abberely Hall preparatory school and in Worcester, Kings school and RGS.
Ground floor accommodation:
There are several entrances into the property for convenience. The rear stable door leads into a large utility area which features hand-made wooden storage solutions, "Mandarin Stone" sink. A 'Fired Earth'' terracotta floor which runs through into the kitchen.
The inviting family kitchen has an array of bespoke base units and oak wood work surfaces, with space for appliances, double aspect windows making this a lovely bright room which is a perfect space for family entertaining or cosy dinners.
A door leads into the dining room which is a wonderful space to appreciate the marvellous character of this property. There is an abundance of original features including beams to the ceiling an impressive stone inglenook fireplace with beamed mantel above, with evidence of the original bakers oven which leads through into the downstairs cloakroom.
A staircase leads up to first floor accommodation. The beautifully rich oak flooring adds an extra warmth to this lovely room and extends down steps into the sitting room.
Original features flow through into the sitting room which has beams to the ceiling and a "Chesney" log burning stove is encased in a stone fireplace, is also a centre piece for the room.
An original door leads into the rear sitting room with beamed ceilings and benefits from a further log burning stove and inglenook fireplace with oak mantel over.
First floor accommodation:
The majestic master bedroom with a “Narnia” en-suite has characterful beams, handmade storage and hidden doors which lead into the lovely bathroom, which has double sinks, stand-a-lone bath and separate shower and "Marlborough" crackle glazed tiles.
The landing leads to four further 4 bedrooms and separate shower room.
Beautifully landscaped garden and grounds, offering peace and privacy. Featuring beautiful weeping willows, Himalayan birch and a spellbinding hand built 4 weir stream which is an tributary to the River Teme. There is a large wooden garage/workshop with mezzanine storage, log store which is believed to be an original toll house for Ham Bridge. There is ample parking.
Bio mass pellet system to provide heat and water (winter)
Solar panels providing heat and water (summer)
Bio-digester sewage system
Important Note to Purchasers:
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Please note that viewings are strictly by appointment only on 01905 691043