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4 bedroom character property for sale

High Street, Pershore, WR10

Withdrawn from Market £365,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four Bedrooms
  • Off Road Parking
  • Character Property
  • Large Conservatory
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Pershore Town Location
  • Enclosed Garden
  • Grade Two Listed

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

The Property
This beautiful four bedroom grade two listed house is full of character and charm throughout. From the Spacious conservatory over looking the rear garden, to the exposed beams, which are believed to have been obtained from boats which worked upon the river Avon. The central section of the house is thought to date back to the 1500s, whilst the front of the house was added in the Georgian period. It is believed that in the past this house as well as the house next door, was traditionally used as the bakery in Pershore, with the now Inglenook fireplace the old baking oven.

The house benefits from many factors including; its central town location, gated off road parking, two recently renovated bathrooms, two double bedrooms on first floor and two further bedrooms on second floor, enclosed rear garden with mature plants and shrubbery, three good sized reception rooms and cottage style kitchen with a Belfast sink.

Suitable updates have been carried out by the current owners, as well as the addition of the 22ft wide conservatory. Planning permission has been obtained for the kitchen to be incorporated with the conservatory.

Please note; This property is exempt form having an energy performance certificate, due to its status as a Grade II listed building .

Vendors Position
This property is offered to the market with an onward chain.

Living Room
16'7 x 10'2
Sash window with secondary glazing to front aspect. Entrance door, feature Inglenook fire place with light, ample under stairs storage space, stairs leading to first floor. Doors leading into; Rear hallway and sitting room/snug. Exposed beams throughout.

Snug/Sitting Room
16'7 x 8'11
Sash window with secondary glazing to front aspect. Exposed beams to ceiling and open into kitchen with exposed beam frames. Aerial point and two doors leading into living room.

11'7 x 9'2
Window to rear aspect. Range of wall and base units surmounted with quality work surfaces. Down lighters beneath wall units and double Belfast sink. Storage cupboard with boiler. The kitchen island and larder are freestanding. Door leading to rear hallway/ utility, and open plan with exposed beams into sitting room/snug.

Downstairs Bathroom
8'11 x 6'4
Obscured window to rear aspect. Tiled walls and flooring. Low flush w.c., wash hand basin, bath with shower and mixer tap. Space/Plumbing for washing machine.

22 x 12'8
Double glazed windows to both side and rear aspect with glass roof. Half bricked wall down one side to allow for potential development for kitchen extension (planning permission has been granted.) French doors leading out into garden and single door to side aspect which leads out to side garden and parking space. Stable style door leading back into rear hall way.

Master Bedroom
13'4 x 11'10
Sash window to front aspect. Two fitted wardrobes, one with single door and the other with double doors. Exposed chimney breast and beams. Aerial point and radiator.

Bedroom Two
10'10 x 8'9
Sash window to front aspect. Exposed beam, radiator, power and aerial point.

Family Bathroom
6 x 5'11
Obscured window to rear aspect. Tiled floor and walls. low flush w.c., wash hand basin with mixer tap, radiator with towel rail and bath with over head shower.

Bedroom Three
14'8 x 7'11
Dormer window to front aspect. Exposed beams throughout. Stair well leading from second floor down to first floor. Door leading through to bedroom four/study. Power points and radiator

Bedroom Four / Study
12'3 x 7'11
Dormer window to front aspect. Exposed beams throughout. Door leading back into bedroom three. Power points and radiator

Gravelled parking to the side of the house which is accessed through a secure gate. The first level of the garden is a low maintenance gravelled area with a range of plants and shrubbery, wood store and brick wall dividing the two sections of the garden. Steps leading to the higher level of the garden which is enclosed and laid to lawn with a shed and variety of mature plant and shrubbery boarders, including a magnificent 50 year magnolia tree. Access into the property is through either one of the two doors into the conservatory.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
27 October 2016


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