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5 bedroom cottage for sale

Broad Alley, Cutnall Green

Sold STC £800,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Impressive Period Gated Property
  • Refurbished To An Exceptional Standard
  • Bespoke Built Oak Framed Triple Bay Garage
  • Stunning Grounds Circa 3.2 Acres
  • Three Reception Rooms
  • Separate Annex
  • Contemporary Garden Room
  • Air Source Heat Pump
  • Solar Panelling

Full description

A Rare Opportunity to acquire an Impressive, beautiful and extremely versatile family home. Situated on the outskirts of the popular village of Cutnall Green, this large detached period cottage, dates back to 1850 and been thoughtfully extended by the current owners. Featuring a stunning large Sun Lounge Room with floor to ceiling windows with two sets of Schuco Bi- fold doors leading onto the landscaped south facing garden.

The owners have done extensive work to modernize and improve the property whilst being sympathetic to its character and charm. It offers flexible accommodation with a separate one bedroom Annex, purpose built Oak Framed triple bay Garage and paddock with potential for horses and stabling.

The kitchen has been refurbished to an exceptional standard, featuring contemporary gloss units, Porcelanosa tiles with underfloor heating, Quooker tap, Corian work surfaces and all NEFF integrated appliances. To include: Dishwasher, double height fridge, microwave and double oven. There is also an induction hob and original solid fuel Rayburn.

An extension was added to create a fabulous modern large Sun Lounge Room with several sets of Schuco bi-fold doors leading onto the landscaped south facing garden.

The Sun lounge also features air conditioning and Porcelanosa underfloor heating which continues throughout the kitchen/Dining Area and Boot Room.

The current owners have built a Bespoke Triple Bay Oak Framed Garage. This wonderful addition blends in beautifully with the main cottage, adding further character and charm. An ideal garage for storing classic cars.

The annex (formally a Double Garage) was converted by the current owners into a one bedroom Annex. Ideal for multi-generational living, parents or teenagers.

This pretty looking building features a hallway leading to a modern shower room and Breakfast/Utility room with plumbing for washer & Dryer. Then a large sitting room with stairs leading to the bedroom which is currently being used as an office.

The outdoor space is fabulous. The garden is south facing and consists of three sections, the main garden being accessed via the Bi-Fold doors from the Sun Lounge, with the paddock being at the furthest end to the property with potential for horses and stabling.

Dundee Cottage was originally built in 1850. It was a farm worker’s cottage and it is believed to have been a property that once upon a time housed 10 workers in the original two-up, two-down cottage which still sits facing Broad Alley.

In the early 2000’s, Dundee Cottage was extended but the original cottage remained single glazed and largely uninsulated. When the current owners purchased the property in 2012, they decided to further develop Dundee Cottage to its full potential. After extensive building work, a new Sun Lounge was created at the rear of the property, allowing you to take in the exceptional tranquil views, as well as converting the garage to a full annex facility and building a new oak framed triple garage block with mower store.

As part of this work the current owners refurbished the entire original cottage, upgrading insulation and decoration, as well as 100% double glazing to the entire property in a sympathetic style using handmade UPVC windows and doors, in country colours, which has high efficiency ratings. They also introduced current technology as a further balancing of the new and the old, with air source heat pumps and extensive photovoltaic panels.

Today, Dundee Cottage still has all the charm of an original Worcestershire cottage as you walk through the rustic wooden gates and down the drive, at which point you are totally unaware of the modern and state of the art accommodation which awaits the next owner to take the story of Dundee Cottage towards its 200th birthday!

Dundee Cottage still retains some of its original features. The original front to back tie bars are still visible. The Rayburn was retained and was fully working when the owners purchased the property. It remains in the newly refurbished and refitted kitchen beautifully blending the old with the new.

Original fireplaces can also be found in the two bedrooms which formed the upstairs of the cottage. There is also a lovely bit of history above one of the door frames where previous owners over the years have written


Dundee Cottage is located down a quiet country lane on outskirts of the popular village of Cutnall Green in Worcestershire. Cutnall Green has a very good Primary School, village shop, tea rooms with post office, a well-regarded public house (The Chequers), tennis club and newly rebuilt village hall.

The historic market town of Droitwich Spa is 3 miles away and boasts a Waitrose supermarket and railway station with direct trains to Worcester and Birmingham. Droitwich also has a Leisure Centre with swimming pool and gymnasium, brine Lido for which Droitwich is famous for as well as many other recreational, retail and sporting facilities.

Worcestershire is a county renowned for excellent schooling, Dundee Cottage falls within the catchment of the Cutnall Green Church of England Primary School which feeds into Droitwich High School. For fee paying schools the county has a lot to offer and the property is ideally situated for Dodderhill School, Bromsgrove School, Oldswinford Boys, Kings Hawford Preparatory School, Worcester Grammar School and the Kings School Worcester. The city of Worcester is nearby and offers extensive social, cultural and retail amenities. It also boasts premiership rugby, county and world class cricket below the cathedral and horse racing on the banks of the River Severn.

Birmingham is approximately 23 miles and Worcester is approximately 8 miles away which provides direct rail connections to London (Paddington) and Birmingham. There is also good access to the M5 motorway with links to the M42 motorway. Birmingham International Airport is approximately 30 miles away.

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