5 bedroom detached house for saleHarvington Lane, Norton, Evesham, Worcestershire, WR11
A Unique And Impressive Four Bedroom Family Home With Self-Contained Grade II Listed Annexe Offering Great Versatility And Situated In The Small Village Of Norton.
Welcoming Entrance Hall, Kitchen/Breakfast, Formal Dining Room, Family Room, Living Room, Garden Room, Four Double Bedroom In the Main House With Three Bathrooms.
Offering A Stunning Grade II Listed Private Annexe With Entrance Hall, Open Plan Sitting Room With Fitted Kitchen, First Floor Mezzanine Double Bedroom, Bathroom. EPC= C, 3549 Sq Ft.
Situation: The Granary lies in the small village of Norton with an unspoilt countryside famous for fruit orchards and market gardening. The village contains a village hall, a parish church and public house with many lovely local walks to choose from. The village lies close to the blossom trail named after the many fruit orchards laden with spring blossom. The village has an eclectic mix of architectural styles, some of which date back to the 16th Century with black and white timbers and thatched roofs. Part of the village forms a conservation area and there is a good choice of farm shops within the locality which sell local produce. There is excellent schooling in the area, with high achieving state and private schools at Worcester, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Cheltenham and Malvern. The village is within the catchment area of Prince Henry's High School which has academy status and is rated as outstanding by Ofsted.
Description: The Granary is an impressive detached family home and comprising of a unique extension to a stunning Grade II listed former granary standing on original Staddle Stones. The main house and Granary Annexe offer great flexibility and are constructed in high quality materials with oak windows, a conservatory, entrance porch and some of the internal doors are original. The property has underfloor heating throughout the main house on both floors and The Granary annexe has an abundance of oak beams as well as a handmade oak staircase.
The property is approached via a gravelled driveway and entered via a feature porch or from the side entrance into an entrance hall. From the side entrance hall the accommodation briefly consists of:-
A beautifully appointed kitchen/breakfast room which is full of light and offers dual aspect windows. The kitchen has a range of handmade cream units with a butler sink, granite worktops and beautiful stained flooring. The kitchen also benefits from an integral dishwasher and fridge as well as a range cooker.
A door leads to the dining room currently used as a sitting room by the owners showcasing an impressive vaulted ceiling, feature central fireplace which incorporates a double sided multi-fuel stove, exposed beams, marbled grey stone flooring and oak French doors to the garden.
A door then leads through to a family room which again benefits from the vaulted ceiling, oak windows to the front and rear which overlook the garden, marble grey stone flooring, and the lovely feature fireplace with the double sided stove. Double doors then lead through to the garden room.
The garden room currently used by the owners as a dining room, has glass windows to two sides giving wonderful light and views to the landscaped gardens. This room then links the main house to the annexe which itself could be self-contained by its own separate entrance.
Opposite the kitchen and immediately off the main entrance hall is a further reception room currently used as a gym offering large entertaining space with oak French doors to the side garden.
The main staircase is situated by the front entrance and leads up to the first floor landing which offers:
A master bedroom with double aspect windows overlooking the front and side gardens with a door to a Jack & Jill bathroom.
Bedroom two is a large double room with a window overlooking the rear garden and benefiting from an ensuite shower room with shower, WC and wash hand basin.
Bedroom three is a large double room with a window to the front of the house, benefitting from an ensuite shower room with shower, WC and wash hand basin and walk-in cupboard.
Bedroom four is a good sized bedroom with velux windows.
A separate entrance from the driveway leads into The Granary annexe which consists of the following immaculate accomodation:
A hallway with stone flooring and full height cupboard.
Bathroom with tiled floor, white bathroom suite with shower over.
An open plan sitting area with a full kitchen at the opposite end, to include a selection of wall mounted units with oak worktops, integrated dishwasher, washing machine, fridge, freezer and gas hob with electric oven.
A handmade staircase leads to the first floor mezzanine which is currently used as a double bedroom.
The stunning Grade II listed former granary retains some of its original features and is extremely striking with its beams and oak floor.
Outside: To the front of the property there is parking for numerous vehicles on a gravelled driveway and there is also a spacious double garage. To the rear and side of the property there are beautiful landscaped gardens laid to lawn with patio areas and numerous herbaceous borders with a selection of herbaceous plants and shrubs. The garden offers fantastic space for entertaining and yet can be easily maintained.
General Information: Services mains gas, mains electricity, mains water and broadband.
Local Authority: Wychavon District Council 01386 565000 www.wychavon.gov.uk
Council Tax Bands: A and G.
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