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3 bedroom apartment for sale

Westwood Park, DROITWICH


Property Description

Key features

  • Top Floor Apartment
  • Panoramic Views
  • Two Garages
  • Buttery/Cellar Chamber
  • Private garden with a Grade I Listed Summer House

Full description

Tenure: Leasehold

The opportunity has arisen to purchase this exclusive period property on the top floor of a Westwood House, a Grade I Listed Stately Home. The property has panoramic views from each window over looking Westwood Park, which is Grade II listed on the National Register of Historic Parks and Gardens.

This property comprises grand reception hallway, sitting room, kitchen, large master bedroom, dressing room, bathroom, good sized second bedroom, attic room, utility, buttery/cellar chamber, two garages and private garden. The fixtures, fittings and furniture are available by separate negotiation.

Worcestershire is a county in the West Midlands of England. The cathedral city is the largest settlement and county town. The majority of the county is largely rural and to the south of the county are the beautiful Malvern Hills. The county has two main rivers the Severn and the Avon.

Westwood House 
Westwood was a nunnery in the Middle Ages. At the Dissolution it passed to Sir John Pakington. His grandson John Pakington, who inherited in 1571, built a hunting box here, which after the Civil War became the Pakingtons' principal residence. It remained a part of the Hampton Lovett estate and in the ownership of the Pakingtons until the estate was sold c 1900. The house was bought in the early 20th century by the first Lord Doverdale, but on the death of the third and last Baron (who married an Australian chorus girl) it was sold and eventually became apartments.

Accomodation Details 
This property comprises grand reception hallway, sitting room, kitchen, large master bedroom, dressing room, bathroom, good sized second bedroom, attic room, utility, buttery/cellar chamber, two garages and private garden.

Reception Hall 
The reception hall is the first glimpse you get of the magnificence of this apartment, with its dark oak wood paneling and a solid oak door. It also shows off an impressive coat of arms for the Packingham family.

Sitting Room 
The impressive living room has a grand bay window with views looking towards the Great Pool. The feature fireplace has ornate carvings and is a fully working open fire. There are doorways leading to the kitchen, reception hall and to a further hallway.

The refitted modern kitchen benefits from beautiful granite work surfaces and eye level and floor standing contemporary units. It has a integral double oven and a induction hob. The kitchen also has a large curved window seat which again looks over views of the beautiful countryside.

Utility Room/laundry 
This apartment also has a laundry room containing a Belfast sink and additional storage cupboards.

Upon a raised slate tiled area is an impressive roll top bath which is set next to a large window, there is also a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin and a shower cubicle. Within the bathroom is a spiral staircase which leads to the study/storage area.

Master Bedroom 
The master bedroom has high ceilings, another open fire place with the ornate carvings, decorative cornice detailing and a large window upon a raised area which again shows off the rolling views for miles.

Dressing Room 
The dressing room is just off the master bedroom and has mirrored, fitted wardrobes either side allowing for ample storage

Bedroom Two 
The second bedroom has beautiful dark oak beams across the ceiling and a large window with magnificent views across the gardens.

Storage Area/study 
A stunning spiral stair case leads you to this hidden gem of a room, with power and light this room can be used a study or an office.

Buttery/cellar Chamber 
This former buttery is located beneath the house, and can be used as a further storage area or as another office.

Private Garden 
The garden is located by the left wing of the property and the focal point is a magnificent Grade I listed summer house. The private garden is predominantly laid to lawn with mature shrubs and trees.

The property comes with 2 en bloc garages to the rear.

From Connells Warndon Villages Branch, take Mill Wood Drive and Plantation Drive to Parsonage Way. Take the A449 to A4133 to your destination.

Lease details are currently being compiled. For further information please contact the branch. Please note additional fees could be incurred for items such as leasehold packs.

1. MONEY LAUNDERING REGULATIONS - Intending purchasers will be asked to produce identification documentation at a later stage and we would ask for your co-operation in order that there will be no delay in agreeing the sale.
2: These particulars do not constitute part or all of an offer or contract.
3: The measurements indicated are supplied for guidance only and as such must be considered incorrect.
4: Potential buyers are advised to recheck the measurements before committing to any expense.
5: Connells has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures, fittings or services and it is the buyers interests to check the working condition of any appliances.
6: Connells has not sought to verify the legal title of the property and the buyers must obtain verification from their solicitor.

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Added on Rightmove:
20 September 2016


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