5 bedroom house for saleBroad Alley, Cutnall Green, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9
Guide Price £725,000
Situation: Broad House Farm is situated along a quiet country lane on the outskirts of the very popular north Worcestershire village of Cutnall Green. Cutnall Green has a well-regarded public house (The Chequers), village shop with tea rooms and post office, tennis club and recently rebuilt village hall. Broad House is also situated very close to the historic market town of Droitwich Spa which offers excellent High Street shopping, regular street markets and boasts a Waitrose supermarket and railway station with direct trains to Worcester and Birmingham. It also benefits from Leisure Centre with swimming pool and gymnasium, brine Lido for which Droitwich is famous for as well as many other recreational, retail and sporting facilities. Worcestershire is a county renowned for excellent schooling. Broad House Farm falls within the catchment of the Cutnall Green Church of England Primary School which feeds into Droitwich High School. For fee paying schools the county has a lot to offer and the property is ideally situated for Dodderhill School, Bromsgrove School, Oldswinford Boys, Hawford Preparatory School, Worcester Grammar School and the Kings School Worcester. The city of Worcester is nearby and offers extensive social, cultural and retail amenities. It also boasts premiership rugby, county and world class cricket below the cathedral and horse racing on the banks of the River Severn.
Birmingham is approximately 23 miles and Worcester is approximately 8 miles distant which provides direct rail connections to London (Paddington) and Birmingham. There is also M5 motorway access via Junction 5 at Wychbold and Junction 6 to the north of Worcester. Birmingham International Airport is approximately 30 miles away.
Description: Broad House Farm is accessed through electrically operated gates and onto a split driveway; to the front has deep gravel parking and steps up to a heavy set front door with fan window above. The reception hall is spacious with tiled flooring and turning a balustrade staircase. Immediately off the hall are two large reception rooms, the sitting room is to one side with a large inglenook fireplace and log burning stove. It connects into a further drawing room which has an adjoining garden room and conservatory. To the other side of the entrance hall is the dining room with a second conservatory and double doors into the farmhouse kitchen & breakfast room with exposed beams and work surface island, space for a dining table and chairs, oil fired Aga and a walk in pantry. The first floor of the house has an impressive master bedroom with en-suite bathroom and dressing room. There are two further double bedrooms, one with an en-suite shower room and the family bathroom. The second floor has two additional bedrooms with delightful views across the landscaped gardens below.
Outside: A beautifully established and landscaped garden of approximately 1.5 acres with many well stocked flower and shrub borders with mature trees and two garden ponds. To the rear side of the property there is a parking area as well as a detached timber garage.
Services: The property has oil fired central heating, septic tank drainage, mains electricity and water.
Local Authority: Wychavon District Council - Tele: 01386 565000. Council Tax Band G.
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