Lower Neen sits within the heart of Neen Savage Parish, which is a wonderfully close nit community. The property enjoys views over the parish church aside the village hall where various events are held year round.
The historic market town of Cleobury Mortimer is just 2 miles from the property and comes with a range of amenities including a Co-op supermarket, doctors surgery, pharmacy, dental surgery, hair salons and opticians, and an array of local restaurants & cafes including public houses such as The Kings Arms, proudly serving the local Hobsons brew. Cleobury Mortimer Golf Club is just over a mile from the property and offers a full length 27 hole golf course, set in a beautifully picturesque setting.
Larger towns such as the famous historic town of Ludlow, and Kidderminster, are within 13 miles of the property and offer a wider range of amenities and entertainment options. Regular buses go from Cleobury Mortimer to both Ludlow and Kidderminster, with Kidderminster Train Station proving direct routes into Birmingham and London. Birmingham City Centre is approximately 30 miles from the property, and the motorway network can be accessed via junction 5 of the M5 which is just over 22 miles from the property.
Local primary schools include Farlow CofE Primary School, Kinlet CofE Primary School and Cleobury Mortimer Primary School, all rated 'Good' by Ofsted, along with Bayton CofE Primary School, rated 'Outstanding' by Ofsted. The secondary school of Lacon Childe School is located in Cleobury Mortimer and is rated 'Good' by Ofsted.
Local Independent schools include Abberley Hall School & Moor Park School.
Upon arriving at the property, you are greeted by the imposing farmhouse with its beautiful border oak detail and wonderful views over the parish Church. The timber framed canopy porch welcomes you into the home into the spacious reception hall, with a warming wood burning stove set amongst the exposed stone wall, which is a regular feature throughout this spectacular family home. The striking flagstone flooring seamlessly flows throughout the majority of the ground floor, whilst the formal sitting room with a further wood burner and exposed beams, is finished with oak flooring.
The true heart of the home is the kitchen, recently fitted with Shaker style units and granite work tops, it has been marvellously designed making great use of the space and is home to a three door Aga, essential for any farmhouse. Integrated appliances also include an eye level oven, microwave oven, fridge, freezer, dishwasher and wine cooler. A useful utility room sits aside the kitchen, with matching units and plumbing for a washing machine, benefitting from access to the exterior of the property.
The most recent addition to the property is a most impressive oak framed orangery style living area. With underfloor heating below the limestone flagstones, French doors onto the patio area and a circular wood burning stove, this room is the perfect place for entertaining, providing space for both dining and lounging overlooking the rear garden.
A small staircase leads to an area within the home that could be utilised as an annexe. Currently comprising of three bedrooms serviced by a contemporary shower room, French doors off one the bedroom provide independent access to the front of the property, making it an ideal space for an annexe if required.
Off the kitchen, a short staircase leads to a versatile room accompanied by an en-suite shower room, off which is another bedroom, making this a perfect suite, or as a study. To the other end of the property, a further staircase leads to two double bedrooms, both of which benefit from en-suite shower rooms and enjoy gorgeous views over the surrounding countryside.
To the second floor is another one of the properties wow-factors; a double bedroom with a little door leading into the most wonderful en-suite bathrooms with a central roll top bath positioned to face out the window overlooking the rural scenes.
Outside, the property has much to offer, covering a total of 3.3 acres, including gardens and paddocks. Several seating areas are nestled amongst the lawn areas, bordered by mature shrubs and trees, with a hot tub (available via separate negotiation) sat in an elevated yet private position overlooking the church. The large gravelled area provides off road parking for a number of vehicles and leads to the timber framed car port providing covered off road parking and storage. The lower paddock with a water supply, occupies a timber stable block with two stable bays. The top paddock adjacent to an ornamental pond completes the exterior space of this magnificent family home.
Mains electricity and water is connected. Oil tank for central heating. Septic tank.
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