5 bedroom barn conversion for saleThe Hop Kilns, Kyrewood, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, WR15
Guide Price £425,000
A Deceptively Spacious Grade II Listed Hop Kiln Conversion Within An Exclusive Development Close To Tenbury Wells, Approx. 3,327 Sq Ft.
Impressive Reception Hall, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Dining Room, Ground Floor Bedroom With En Suite Shower Room, Utility, Boiler Room, Cloakroom, First Floor Drawing Room, Cloakroom, Study, Sitting Room. Second Floor Gallery Landing, Master Bedroom With En Suite Bathroom, Three Further Bedrooms (One En Suite), Family Bathroom. Landscaped Front And Rear Gardens, En Bloc Double Garage And Parking.
Tenbury Wells (1 mile), Leominster (10), Ludlow (11), Kidderminster (19), Worcester (20), M5 J6 (24), Hereford (23). All mileages are approximate.
Situation: 2 The Hop Kilns is situated within an exclusive development of only five properties, tastefully converted from Grade II listed 18th to 19th century hop kilns and a malt house. The property is situated a short drive from the centre of Tenbury Wells. The market town offers many facilities, including a variety of shops, a library, doctor's surgery, cottage hospital, cinema, swimming pool, primary and secondary schools and a range of clubs and societies. There are several excellent, private preparatory schools in the locality, including Moor Park, St Richard's, Lucton and Abberley Hall.
Description: 2 The Hop Kilns is a well-presented, deceptively spacious Grade II listed hop kiln conversion offering spacious accommodation, perfect for entertaining or the larger family. The accommodation totals around 3,327 square feet over three floors and features exposed beams, an attractive oak staircase with turned spindles and vaulted ceilings.
The property benefits from parking, a double garage and landscaped front and rear gardens.
In brief, the accommodation comprises:-
An impressive, spacious Reception Hall has exposed beams, a stone-tiled floor and large under-stairs storage cupboard.
The Boiler Room contains a Worcester gas-fired central heating boiler and leads to a Cloakroom with WC and pedestal hand basin.
The Utility Room has beech units, a stainless steel sink/drainer, plumbing for a washing machine and space for a tumble dryer.
The fully fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room has a great range of beech units with granite worktops over, incorporating a sink/drainer, an island unit and integral appliances including a Bosch dishwasher, a fridge-freezer and a free-standing Stoves Newhome multi-fuel range cooker with extractor hood over. Sliding patio doors lead out to the rear garden.
The spacious Dining Room can be accessed from the kitchen or the hall and also has sliding patio doors to the garden.
The well-proportioned ground floor Guest Bedroom is perfect for elderly relatives and has an En Suite Shower Room.
An attractive oak staircase with turned spindles leads up to the impressive Drawing Room, which has a Collier Feature Fires coal-effect electric fire in a marble surround. Tucked away behind the fireplace are two rooms, the first of which is utilised as a drinks cupboard, with shelving and a sink and the second as a cloakroom, with WC and pedestal wash hand basin.
From the Drawing Room, double doors open into the Sitting Room and another door opens into a large Study, which has fitted cupboards and shelving. Both rooms benefit from large windows overlooking the rear garden.
The stairs continue from the drawing room to the second floor Gallery Landing, which has a vaulted ceiling and exposed beams and provides plentiful seating space.
The large Master Bedroom has a vaulted ceiling, fitted wardrobes, full-length French doors opening onto a Juliet balcony and an En Suite, which has a bath, separate shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin and WC.
The Second Bedroom is another generously-proportioned double bedroom, which shares the same wonderful views over the rear garden.
There are Two Further Bedrooms on this floor, one of which has an En Suite Shower Room.
The large Family Bathroom has a bath with shower over, pedestal wash hand basin and WC.
Outside, a sweeping, shared gravelled driveway leads to the parking area in front of the property and to the en bloc Double Garage (18'7" x 16'3"), with an electric door and overhead storage. There is parking for two cars in front of the house, as well as visitors' parking. The garage belonging to Number 2 is the third from the left.
The property is approached via a paved path, flanked by well-stocked shrub and flower borders with box hedge boundaries, leading to a patio seating area at the front of the property. To the rear of the property is a beautiful, landscaped garden. Adjacent to the house is a large, paved terrace, ideal for dining or entertaining, with high brick walls incorporating trellis fencing to either side providing privacy and attractive raised shrub and flower beds. The main expanse of lawn is neatly partitioned by box hedges, interspersed with a variety of trees and shrubs. A pedestrian right of way from the parking area leads to a gate at the bottom of the rear garden, which is useful for bringing large items into the garden.
Services: All mains services are connected. The Vendor has indicated that they receive broadband at the property.
Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council - 01684 862151 - www.malvernhills.gov.uk
Agent's Note (1): A voluntary charge for the maintenance of the communal area applies. The Agent understands that this currently amounts to around £50 per month.
Agent's Note (2): The property is currently tenanted on a rolling month-by-month tenancy.
Agent's Note (3): Most garden ornaments are not included in the sale.
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