The Nash, Kempsey, Worcester

WR5 3PB 13 bedrooms Guide Price£3,000,000
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Situated between the rural villages of Kempsey and Kerswell Green, benefitting from its beautiful countryside setting yet terrific access to road and rail links, including the M5 Junctions 7&8 and the new Worcestershire Parkway Station. As well as excellent road and rail links, the Historic Cathedral City of Worcester offers a vast range of cultural, sporting and entertainment activities. The Museum of Royal Worcester, Tudor House Museum and The Commandery all attract high levels of tourists all year round. Sixways Stadium is home to the Worcester Warriors as well as being a popular events venue, much like Worcestershire County Cricket Club. A terrific range of fine dining and countryside restaurants can be found throughout the county of Worcestershire, as well as in the centre of Worcester.

There is a variety of superb schooling within easy access of The Nash, just a mile away is the local Kempsey Primary School that has been rated Good by Ofsted. Hanley Castle High School has also been rated Good by Ofsted less than four miles away. Offering private co-educational schooling from Kindergarten to Sixth Form, the renowned King’s School and Royal Grammar School are both located in the city of Worcester. Malvern St James’ school for girls and co-educational Malvern College are both within 5 miles of this prestigious residence.

Accommodation Comprising Of:
Porchway, grand entrance hallway, drawing room, ballroom, dining/conference room, bar, bar prep area, cellar, billiard room with music area, kitchen/diner, breakfast room/office, potential commercial kitchen, laundry room, kitchen, porch, linen closet, 11 bedrooms including four en-suites, three cloakrooms, two bathrooms, two shower rooms, upstairs kitchen, sitting room and shower room and attic storage.

Ground Floor Accommodation:
Behind the truly opulent front door is a most spacious entrance reception room with original tile flooring, wall beams and an exquisite carved open fireplace feature, as well as a magnificent Queen Anne staircase.

Adjacent to the entrance reception room is the drawing room, showcasing grandeur typical of its period with oak wall panelling, original wooden floorboards, ceiling beams, Elizabethan carved fireplace and moulded plaster ceilings.

Also showcasing traditional country grandeur is the impressive ballroom with original wooden floorboards and delectable carved open-fireplace and outlook to the delightful garden. Opening up into the dining/conference room also with original wooden floorboards, wall and ceiling beams and a decadent carved open fireplace. Positioned close to the ballroom, there is a fitted bar with a prep area behind, excellent for entertaining.

A great space for entertaining is the large traditional billiard room with ceiling beams, a fireplace and rear aspect overlooking the quintessential grounds as well as its own music area.

Original quarry tiles follow the hallway to the kitchen/diner with wall and base units, ceiling beams, 2 eye-level ovens, induction hob and room for a free-standing dishwasher. Opposite the kitchen is the traditional family breakfast room which has scope to be a home office with a cloakroom adjacent. Leading through, currently used as a storeroom with scope to become a commercial kitchen for catering events complete with a gallery kitchen. The laundry room is also found at this wing of the house, a terrific space for industrial size washing machines and tumble dryers.

First Floor Accommodation:
Following the elegant Queen Anne staircase which leads onto a spacious landing with doors serving nine bedrooms, linen closet, five bathrooms, cloakroom and dressing room. Serving as an opulent bridal suite, the master offers original wooden wall panelling, an exquisite fireplace and access to an en-suite and dressing room.

There are a further eight bedrooms and six bathroom/shower rooms on the first floor with the family wing featuring a family suite.

Second Floor Accommodation:
The landing has doors leading to the sitting room, kitchen and extensive eaves storage and further attic storage. This floor provides versatile accommodation that could be staff quarters or family accommodation for a teenager or dependent.

Detached Chapel Cottage:
A delightful and modernised two-bedroom detached cottage just a stone’s throw from the principal dwelling with a spacious sitting room, kitchen, cloakroom and shower room which lends itself to be a holiday let or residential annexe.

Stable Outbuilding, Workshop and Stores:
Planning has previously been granted to be developed into a three-bedroom dwelling. The stabling area with workshops and stores offers tremendous scope for versatile accommodation.

Apple Store with Rooms Above:
Another superb storage space that lends itself to be developed into outdoor accommodation, subject to planning.

A stunning mixture of formal gardens with a fabulous feature fountain, walled garden with vineyard used to produce in-house wine and grazing land extending circa 40 acres. There is ample space for off-road parking ideal for grand events.

Main’s water, electricity, private drainage via septic tank and oil fired heating with new boiler.

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Administration Deposit:
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Property Features

  • Most prestigious Elizabethan 13-bedroom country residence with outbuildings and potential stabling area
  • Circa 40 acres of glorious and versatile countryside land
  • Exquisite characterful period features throughout including original flooring and oak panelling
  • Remarkable Queen Anne staircase
  • Previously used as a wedding venue, tremendous scope for business opportunity
  • Versatile accommodation for family home with staff quarters
  • Quintessentially English gardens with a walled garden extending circa 3 acres
  • Well connected to road and rail links
  • Planning consent granted for stable building to be developed into 3-bed dwelling

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