7 bedroom detached house for sale

Churchill Old Farm, Churchill Lane, Churchill, Nr Blakedown, DY10 3LZ

Guide Price £1,250,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A substantial 7 bedroom Farmhouse
  • Easy access to mainline train station
  • Two Paddocks in all 7 acres of grazing

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A SUBSTANTIAL 7 BEDROOM CLASSIC GEORGIAN FAMILY HOME OVERLOOKING 7 ACRES OF GRAZING LAND. THERE IS A PURPOSE BUILT TRIPLE GARAGE AND FURTHER DETACHED SINGLE GARAGE

Situated in picturesque Worcestershire countryside this substantial property has beautiful grounds and a paddock which backs onto Churchill and Blakedown Golf Club. The house is ideally situated for access to the motorway networks and a mainline railway station.

ACCOMMODATION
RECEPTION HALL - DRAWING ROOM - DINING ROOM - SITTING ROOM - FARMHOUSE KITCHEN - GARDEN ROOM - BREW HOUSE - LARGE CELLAR - 7 BEDROOMS - 2 BATHROOMS & 1 EN-SUITE - PURPOSE BUILT TRIPLE GARAGE WITH WORKSHOP ABOVE -
DETACHED SINGLE GARAGE - FURTHER OUTBUILDINGS

IN ALL SET IN CIRCA 8 ACRES AND CIRCA 6,500 SQ FT OF PROPERTY

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The property is approached a sweeping driveway off the picturesque Churchill Lane with the paddock to the left and the beautifully landscaped gardens to the right. The driveway leads to an extensive parking area to the rear of the property, a high-end purpose built triple garage and additional to a detached single garage.

At the front of the property a path leads from the lane to the picture perfect Georgian property, thought to formally the village Rectory but now a substantial family home. From the front the sheer size of the property is not apparent, there is considerable space throughout the property which enables 7 good sized bedrooms nicely split with 4 accessed from the front staircase and 3 from the rear.

The property is Grade II listed within the Conservation area of the village. The current owners have carried out significant work through their 30 years at the property recently undertaking a full re-wire, fitting a new pressurized hot water system, replacing the heating boiler and substantial re-pointing to the exterior. All the works significantly enhance the traditional features.

From the path at the front a partially glazed front door opens into a warm welcoming front RECEPTION HALLWAY with traditional chequered tiled floor and doors that access the formal reception rooms at the front.

DRAWING ROOM: 18'11 x 16'0"
A elegantly proportioned room with high ceiling creating, a lovely light spacious feeling, however the open fire with decorative surround means the room does not lose a natural cosy feeling. The extended sash window to the front elevation being easterly facing giving good natural light catching the morning sun.

SITTING ROOM: 16'0" x 15'11"
A more cosy room and currently being used as a comfy reading space with plenty of light from the extended sash window and further window to the side elevation. A further door gives direct access into a

FARMHOUSE KITCHEN: 21'8" x 16'1"
A warm welcoming space for the whole family, the room has not forgotten its history with a rustic feeling including exposed beamed ceiling, a Small Bone of Devizes kitchen of reclaimed pine and classic Aga within an inglenook. The large window to the side elevation overlooks the formal gardens.

Doors from the kitchen lead into
CELLARS: Original cellars in good condition with a multitude of uses.
BOILER ROOM: Housing the oil central heating boiler
WC: Having a modern white suite
PANTRY: Being a useful extra storage room with plenty of shelving.
GARDEN ROOM: 13'7" x 10'2"
The room brings the outside in with an established grape vine beneath the glazed roof, there is door that leads to the parking area. The room creates a lovely space to sit with door open to read the morning newspaper with a coffee overlooking a tranquil piece of England.

Original BREW HOUSE: 14'5" x 14'3"
Re-built by the current owners in 2014 to its original glory with modern day improvements including damp proofing the floor, yet retaining the cast iron fire, brick floor and butlers sink. This room has numerous potential uses, currently being used as a UTILITY and CRAFT ROOM.

Accessed from the rear hallway is the formal DINING ROOM: 13'11" x 13'11"
This well proportioned warm room is ideal for entertaining guests with a large feature fire place and windows to both the side and rear elevations.

There are two staircases to the first floor and an interconnecting door, which teamed with its size the property could easily be split for two families or create an ideal bed and breakfast. The main staircase from the front hall leads to the first floor landing with a window to the front elevation giving good light and doors that lead off into

MAIN BEDROOM: 15'11" x 15'6"
A luxurious suite befitting of this elegant property. A large bedroom with delightful far reaching views to the front from the extended sash window. To either side of the cast iron fireplace are built in wardrobes giving plenty of storage space. A door leads off into an equally grand EN-SUITE BATHROOM having a modern high quality suite and as with the rest of the work carried out by the current owners done in a highly sympathetic style but here adding further elegance and luxurious features including parquet effect flooring, a bath, corner shower, bidet, wash hand basin and WC.

BEDROOM 2: 16'0" x 15'11"
Situated at the front of the house with an extended sash window with far reaching views. This substantial room also has a traditional fireplace and three built in wardrobes thus ideally mixing the original character and modern day requirements.

Doors from the rear landing lead off into WALK-IN-WARDROBE
Situated at the rear of the house and with a window to the rear of the property with a wall of high quality built in fitted furniture.

HOUSE BATHROOM
An equally luxurious bathroom with a mahogany panel fronted bath, matching vanity unit with inset sink and a high level traditional WC. Above the bath is a large picture window which overlooks the gardens and paddock to the rear.

BEDROOM 3: 14'7" x 13'5"
Situated at the rear of the property with views over the garden and paddock the size of the room is ideal for a double or twin room with built in storage

Both staircases lead up to the second floor with a further interconnecting door between the bedrooms at the front and rear. The views from this level are breathtaking, doors from the front landing lead off into

BEDROOM 4: 18'8" x 15'11"
A character packed room, currently being used as a further sitting room/office making the most of the views to the front over farmland to the Clent Hills and Hagley Hall

BEDROOM 5: 16'0" x 15'11"
Situated at the front of the property with its original features and large window.

From the rear landing doors lead off into
BEDROOM 6: 16'0" x 14'6"
A further large well proportioned twin room with views over the paddock to the rear.

BEDROOM 7: 14'1" x 14'1"
A well proportioned room with a window to the side elevation.

BATHROOM
A more contemporary styled bathroom which has recently been refitted to a superb standard with corner shower, pedestal wash hand basin, bidet and WC.

OUTSIDE
The property benefits from mature well maintained formal gardens that wrap around the property with numerous seating areas, mature fruit trees and formal lawns which back onto the paddock land to the rear which would be ideal for horses yet is currently grazed by sheep. There are a number of outbuildings, the original COACH HOUSE which was previously used as a single garage but now offers a substantial dry storage. In 2010 the owners had a purpose built TRIPLE GARAGE with re-enforced first floor for a workshop to maintain classic cars. The mezzanine covers two bays to enable a lift to raise the cars to the first floor level to be worked on. The original PIG STY 18'8" x 6'0" gives further useful storage.

NOTES
We are advised (not verified)
1. The property is FREEHOLD
3 The property has mains electricity and water
4. The property has oil central heating
5. The property has mains drainage

COUNCIL: Wyre Forest DC Council Tax Band: G


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Nearest stations

  • Blakedown (0.5 mi)
  • Hagley (1.8 mi)
  • Kidderminster (3.0 mi)
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  • Blakedown (0.5 mi)
  • Hagley (1.8 mi)
  • Kidderminster (3.0 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Pleremore, Fox Lane Chaddesley Corbett DY10 4RD

01905 939060 Local call rate

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