Guide Price £875,000 - Sold

  • Four bedroom detached 1950's family home, located in sought after village setting
  • 40 x 20 menage, stable block, feed store, hay store and tack room
  • Wonderful open plan kitchen/dining/family room with bi fold doors to the rear garden
  • Additional rooms to ground floor include;study, cloakroom, rear lobby, utility and side porch
  • Three further double bedrooms, all benefiting from fitted wardrobes. Family bathroom
  • Offering grounds of circa 5 acres, comprising of 4 acres of post and rail paddock and formal gardens
  • Detached garage with workshop to rear, adjoining kennels and first floor storeroom
  • Living room with log burning fire plus the room benefits from under floor heating
  • Master bedroom with en suite shower room
  • A home that must be viewed to fully appreciate all that is on offer

Hughes Sealey Estate Agents welcome you to Number 5, New Road, a home that was originally constructed in the 1950's yet at times over the years has been extended and so today is a home that enjoys plenty of internal space that is free flowing and well laid out.

Furthermore, the home sits within a plot that is circa fives acres which is separated into formal gardens and circa 4.1 acres of flat, post and rail paddocks and is an ideal equestrian property as the home further benefits from 40 x 20 menage, a stable block which features four stables, feed store, tack room and hay store, whilst completing the property is a detached two storey outbuilding which enjoys garaging to the front of the building, a workshop to the rear and a 1st floor store room.

Located in the highly desirable village of Elmley Castle, which is an attractive, historic village, with black and white cottages and more modern period houses lining the street. The village has a lovely church and there are scenic walks from the main street up Hill Lane onto Bredon Hill, with its hill forts and early settlements. There is also a thriving village hall that runs weekly clubs and classes such as a toddler group, cubs and Pilates, along with a visiting post office. The village supports a first school and has an active cricket club on the village green, with a good team, well supported! There is a local public house which has a cosy restaurant and good ales.

Retuning to the property, inside offers plenty of downstairs space with rooms including a living room found to the front of the home which benefits from a log burning fireplace and underfloor heating.

From the living room, a door leads to the open plan kitchen/dining/family room with the kitchen offering a wealth of units and an array of integrated appliances. The dining room will comfortably house a six – eight-seater table and chairs and the family room is a delight with bi-folding doors to two aspects, ensuring the garden is a continuation of the internal accommodation.

Completing the downstairs accommodation is a separate study, rear lobby which in turn gives access to the cloakroom and separate utility room and finally, the side porch, which is now used as the main door to access the home.

Proceeding upstairs are four double bedrooms and the family bathroom, which has recently undergone a refurbishment. Retuning to the bedrooms, the master bedroom features windows to both the front and rear aspect, ensuring the room benefits from plenty of natural light, whilst competing the room is an en suite shower room. All the remaining bedrooms benefit from fitted wardrobes.

Externally the gardens for the home are predominantly laid to lawn although there is a spacious terrace found outside the family room. Found within the garden is several mature shrubs and trees as well as a vegetable garden. The garden is enclosed by fencing and a pedestrian gate from the garden leads to the equestrian element of the property.

This section of the property features an area of hardstanding, which is plenty big enough to park a 7.5 ton horse lorry, as well as a number of additional vehicles, should one need to. The stables are all of a good size and there are four in total. The stable block further benefits from light and power whilst there is washing facilities in the tack room.

The menage is enclosed with post and rail fencing and is located to the centre of the equestrian centre and is finished with a sand and fibre surface and is surrounded by the paddocks that the property enjoys.

Very rarely does a property of this nature come onto the open market so to avoid disappointment, we strongly recommended an internal viewing of this home. For further information, please contact the office on 01242 220080.

Please enter the following postcode to locate the property: WR10 3HN. Upon entering New Road, the property can be found on your left.

Please note we have not tested any apparatus, fixtures, fittings, or services. Interested parties must undertake their own investigation into the working order of these items. All measurements are approximate and photographs provided for guidance only.

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