5 bedroom detached house for saleChurch Lane, Upper Sapey, Worcestershire, WR6
Guide Price £1,450,000
5 Bedroom Detached House and 3 Bedroom Detached Barn Conversion.
Impeccable Teme Valley Tranquillity In An Idyllic Rural Location total accommodation of Approximately 5,169 Sq. Ft. and with Around 7.360 Acres of Gardens, Lake and Paddocks. EPC = D.
Woodbridge Farm and Barn are beautifully positioned in an elevated rural location on the edge of the popular Teme Valley village of Upper Sapey. Upper Sapey has a well renowned golf course and club house. Nearby is the recently refurbished Baiting House pub and restaurant which has reopened and is achieving a wonderful reputation for excellent food and beer. Upper Sapey also benefits from an historic church, local horse trials and point-to-point. Nearby is also the popular and picturesque village of Clifton-upon-Teme which can be accessed within a few minutes and provides excellent local facilities including public houses, day nursery, primary school and village shop with regular post office services. More extensive opportunities for shopping, leisure and education are available within the market towns
of Tenbury Wells, Bromyard and historic city of Worcester. The city of Worcester enjoys premiership rugby at Sixways, county and world class cricket at the foot of the cathedral and horse racing on the banks of the River Severn.
Woodbridge Farm is an immaculately presented farmhouse which has been lovingly refurbished and enhanced over the years. It is part rendered and part exposed red brick in structure, set under a tiled roof and combines some very traditional aspects infused with modern angles and ways of
living. The property is entered into an oak framed and glazed porch with pitched roof and through a heavy set front door into a spacious entrance
hall with solid oak floorboards. It's large proportion can accommodate a billiard table and it has a delightful large brick fireplace under a
Bressemer beam. To one side is the beautiful and bespoke solid oak kitchen with black granite work surfaces and a breakfast area. There is a range of
integrated appliances which include a Falcon cooker with multiple gas hobs and double electric oven, Neff dishwasher, Bosch freezer, steam oven and microwave. There is space for an American fridge freezer unit and a separate wine fridge. In a recess to one side there is a laundry area as well as a stable door to a rear patio area. Directly off the main reception hall is a large drawing room with feature fireplace of herringbone brick set behind a log burning stove and stone hearth. This room commands views over the lake and grounds below. Further reception rooms include the dual aspect dining room which has double doors onto the garden patio. The large snug / T.V. room has doors leading into a beautiful conservatory which
leads out into the garden and patio area behind.
An inner hall has a downstairs W.C. and a solid oak staircase which leads to the first floor. There are five double bedrooms serviced by a luxury bathroom with solid oak floors, gloss cabinets
with granite surfaces, corner bath tub, double shower cubicle, sink and W.C. Bedroom 2 has many fitted cupboards and wardrobes and is served by an en suite shower room with Travertine tiles, underfloor heating, double sinks and a W.C.
The master bedroom is extensive with a dressing area with fitted cupboards and an ensuite shower room with W.C., sink and basin. The master bedroom also commands stunning views across the lake and rolling landscape below.
The annexe is accessed through a front door into a welcoming front hall, which although carpeted, has wonderful flagstone tiles beneath. Immediately to your left is the large sitting room with gas burning
stove, solid oak floorboards and double doors into the conservatory. The conservatory sits partially elevated and has exceptional views of the valley below. There is a secondary reception room which is also utilised as bedroom three as it has an adjoining door into the "Jack and Jill" downstairs shower room, with W.C., towel rail and basin. The kitchen to the barn covers the breadth of the building and has a tiled floor and solid oak wall and floor kitchen units underneath a dark granite work surface with tiled splash backs. The kitchen
incorporates an integrated dishwasher and space for a Rangemaster electric hob and double oven, and plumbing for a washing machine. To the first floor there are two further large double bedrooms that also extend to the breadth of the property. One is served by a large family bathroom with double shower, freestanding Victorian bath, W.C. and basin. The master bedroom has a delightful vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and extensive views across the valley below. It also benefits from a nearby dressing room and has an en suite bathroom with W.C. and basin.
There is a red brick and tiled building with four archway openings which makes ideal accessible storage or could be used as a carport. There is a further detached agricultural barn which offers excellent secure storage for vehicles or indeed with careful application you could erect American stables within it.
GARDENS & GROUNDS
Woodbridge Farm and Barn is approached through electric gates via a delightful tree-lined, sweeping tarmacadam driveway which arrives onto deep gravel parking with a redbrick raised bed and turning circle to the front of the farmhouse. In
the fields below the farmhouse is a stream fed and stocked lake. To the rear of the property is a large stock fenced pasture paddock and immediately surrounding the property are wonderfully landscaped gardens which are predominately lawn with a patio area to the rear of the property. Bordering the lawn area is a dwarf wall and
laurel hedge. There is a stone paved patio area ideal for alfresco dining. With the barn there is also a large decking area of substantial proportion which also provides an elevated area ideal for garden parties or for enjoying the topography from the comfort of a hot tub (existing hot tub is excluded from sale price).
SERVICES (FOR BOTH FARMHOUSE AND BARN)
Mains electricity and water. Private drainage to treatment system, LPG fired central heating.
Herefordshire County Council - 0300 123 4040
FARMHOUSE: Council tax band F.
THE BARN: Council tax band C.
FIXTURES AND FITTINGS:
All items regarded as fixtures and fittings together with the fitted carpets, curtains and light fittings are specifically excluded from sale. Certain items may be available by separate negotiation.
AGENTS NOTE: Purchasers should note that a public footpath crosses the bottom corner of the property by the entrance gates. It cannot be seen from the house and gives the owners unrivalled access to the rest of the Worcestershire countryside.
AGENTS NOTE 2: The vendors maintain and have a right of access over the initial part of the of the driveway (hatched in blue on the plan).
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