Birmingham 22 miles, Worcester 7 miles, Droitwich 2 miles, M5 (J5) 4 miles, Birmingham 23 miles. Please note that all distances are approximate.
This attractive part of Worcestershire is rural and yet extremely convenient for the M5, M42 and M40. There are train services from Droitwich and Worcester to Birmingham and London Paddington.
The Gate House Suite comprises of: Reception hallway/study, drawing room, kitchen, shower room/cloakroom, large master bedroom, dressing room, bathroom, good sized second bedroom, attic room, buttery/cellar chamber, two garages and private garden.
As soon as you enter The Gate House Suite you immediately get the sense of grandeur, with its beautiful dark oak wood panelling and doors leading to the large second bedroom and drawing room.
The magnificent drawing room really does offer the wow factor. Having been tastefully styled and decorated with an original open fire and fireplace and large bay window really allowing the light to flood into this opulent grand room. There are doors leading to the kitchen, shower room/cloakroom and further hallway.
The kitchen has been entirely refitted with bespoke cabinets that offer terrific storage. With integrated fridge freezer, dishwasher, washer dryer, two ovens, induction hob, extractor, microwave, warming draw and Belfast sink. Finished with quartz and modern tiled flooring. There is a large window with wonderful country outlook which in turn allows natural light to enter the kitchen. This room has been thoughtfully designed to really maximise space and efficiency for modern day living.
The shower room/cloakroom is luxurious and light with Porcelanosa wall and floor tiles, shower, w/c, vanity unit and wall mirror with light. There is built in storage and an elegant period towel radiator.
The hallway off the drawing room has doors leading to the bathroom, dressing room and master bedroom.
The Master bedroom is another room that offers the wow factor. Having been elegantly decorated and styled and featuring impressive high ceilings, an open fire place with beautiful ornate carvings, decorative cornice detailing and a large window upon a raised area with glorious countryside views.
The dressing room is just next door to the master bedroom and offers mirrored, fitted wardrobes either side allowing for storage. This room could be used as a nursery or small bedroom.
The Bathroom is stunning with an attractive roll top bath sitting on a raised modern period tile area which is set next to a large window with countryside views. There is a sliding door entering into an elegant shower room with w/c and period style wash basin. Another gorgeous feature of the bathroom is the attractive spiral stair case which leads you to a hidden room which the current owner’s son uses as his bedroom.
The private garden belonging to The Gate House Suite is located by the left wing of the property and was formally the rose garden which belonged to Westwood House. An extremely private area with an array of beautiful shrubs, trees, flower beds and predominantly laid to lawn. The focal point is a wonderful Grade I listed summer house. A truly delightful area to entertain with family and friends on a lovely summers day.
This former buttery is located beneath the house and can be used as a further storage area or as another office.
The property comes with 2 en bloc garages to the rear. There is also communal parking.
Droitwich is an attractive spa town which became famous for its brine and salt production. The town offers excellent everyday amenities including a Waitrose store.
The Cathedral city of Worcester is only 7 miles away and here there are good private schools and for the sporting enthusiast, there is Premiership rugby at Sixways, County cricket by the Cathedral and horseracing on the banks of the River Severn.
Westwood House is a Grade 1 listed property that is known to sit on land that was once occupied by a priory of Benedictine Nuns. After the dissolution Henry VIII granted Westwood to Sir John Packington. The estate was sold in 1952 where the Mansion House and Edwardian stately gardens were to be divided into apartments, individual gardens, communal parking and garages.
Tenure: Leasehold with a 999-year lease which commenced in 1984.
Service Charge: £158 per month.
Insurance: £134 per month.
Mains water & electricity, drainage is to a Private System.
Local Authority: Wychavon District Council.
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