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2 bedroom detached house for sale

Abbots Morton, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR7

Under Offer £330,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 2 bedrooms
  • 2 reception rooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Period
  • Driveway
  • Garden
  • Listed
  • Private Parking

Full description

This beautiful chocolate box cottage dates back to 17th century and was originally the village post office. The cottage received a full restoration in the 1960s and has more recently been thoughtfully improved and extended by the current owner with attractive mature garden and off-street parking.

Originally the property was used as the village post office and general store, this is still evident today with an unusual thatched post box which still adorns the front of the property. Thatched porch leads through a stable door into the reception hall/dining room which features a dual aspect, exposed ceiling and wall timbers, a slate tiled floor and a large built in storage cupboard. Leading off from the dining room is the property's galley style kitchen which features hand painted fitted units with a solid beech worktop and integrated appliances. Well proportioned sitting room features a wealth of character and original features with more exposed timberwork and a brick open fireplace with bread oven which provides a focal point to the room. An open backed oak staircase rises to the first floor with leaded windows. A useful cloaks cupboard divides the lounge and dining room. Bedroom 2, a good sized double is accessed through the sitting room. It benefits from a full travertine tilted en suite shower room and a built in wardrobe. Substantial loft area which is accessed through a ceiling hatch. The generous master bedroom lies on the first floor and features an abundance of charm with a part vaulted ceiling and further exposed timberwork. Fabulous master bathroom/dressing room with white suite.

Paved driveway provides off road parking for up to 2 cars. Paved patio terrace provides a perfect space for al fresco dining. South facing attractive mature garden.

Abbots Morton is an idyllic village that has retained most of its 'black and white' half-timbered charm and is one of Worcestershire's oldest and most picturesque villages. There is a thriving village hall with a mixture of clubs and societies. St. Peters Church dates back to the 12th century and offers local events and services to the village. The nearby villages of Inkberrow, Flyford Flavell and Radford have an excellent range of local facilities including pubs, primary school, doctors and village stores as well as an award winning farm shop in nearby Dunnington. The cottage is superbly situated just a short drive from both the Warwickshire and Cotswold borders surrounded by picturesque countryside and ideally placed for access to 3 motorways including the M5 at Worcester, the M42 to the north and the M40 to the east. Alcester 6.5 miles, Evesham 10 miles, Stratford upon Avon 12 miles, Worcester 12.5 miles, Cheltenham 27 miles, M5 (J3) 6.5 miles (All distances are approximate)

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
24 September 2016


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