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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Brockhill Lane, Beoley, Redditch, B98

Guide Price £980,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Stunning Four Bedroom Detached Family Home With Annexe And Including Land, Set In Countryside With Extensive Landscaped Gardens.

A Most Impressive Family Home With Formal Gardens, Stables And Paddock And Including Land, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility, Master Bedroom Suite, Three Additional Bedrooms, Family Bathroom And Annexe Which Could Easily Be Returned To Use As Indoor Pool. Approx. 228 Sq. M. EPC = D.

Situation: Beoley is a popular village, situated approximately 3 miles to the north of Redditch with its excellent range of local facilities and public transport links. Redditch Railway Station links directly with Birmingham New Street, which gives onward links to the rest of the United Kingdom. The Rustlings is situated approximately 2 miles from the village centre, in the midst of countryside, surrounded by open farmland and occupies a plot of approximately 4.467 acres. The property is set behind wrought iron gates which open onto a block paved driveway with ample parking for several vehicles and access to the double garage. To the front of the property is an attractive pond with woodland walk alongside. The property is set within extensive gardens surrounded by fields and is most conveniently located for the M42 motorway, which is approximately 5 minutes' drive away, giving onward road links to the Midlands' motorway network. To the south and east is to be found Henley-in-Arden and to the north-east, within approximately 15 minutes' drive, is Solihull town centre with its excellent range of local shops and the renowned Touchwood Shopping Centre. The area is well provided with local schools, in Beoley and Tanworth-in-Arden. Solihull School is approximately 20 minutes' drive way, with an excellent record for 'A' Levels and Oxbridge entrances. Also within easy travelling distance is the renowned Bromsgrove School and a little further away, RGS Worcester.

Rustlings is an ideal family home, having wide-ranging accommodation, extensive landscaped gardens and an annexe, which at one time was a swimming pool and has been designed so it can be returned to swimming pool use with relative ease.

Description: From the driveway, timber double glazed doors open into:

Porch: With matching timber-framed double glazed windows to the sides and a further glazed door opening into:

Reception Hallway: A delightful living area with engineered oak flooring, upright central heating radiator, double glazed window to the front elevation, balustrade staircase leading to the first floor with useful under-stairs storage beneath and doors opening into:

Guest Cloakroom: With solid timber door, low level floating WC, wash hand basin set in vanity unit and window to side elevation.

Dining Room: With continued engineered oak flooring, dual-aspect double glazed windows to front and side, power points and central heating radiator.

Study: With tiled floor, fitted wooden cabinets with granite work surface and a delightful view over the garden. There is a picture rail, level down-lighting and an encased radiator.

From the reception hall, double glazed doors which are solid oak, open up into the vast:

Drawing Room: Having great proportions, with detailed cornicing and dual aspects over both the driveway and across the gardens. There is a solid fuel burning stove set on a slate tiled hearth and an engineered oak flooring continues throughout.

Kitchen: The kitchen is bespoke, set on a porcelain tiled floor and has wall and floor-mounted cream bespoke kitchen units with intricate carvings and details, soft-close drawers and many integrated appliances, including a gas-fired 6-hob Elan cooker with electric over-sized oven. There is also a Neff plate warmer, a wine rack to the central breakfast island, dishwasher, microwave, fridge and separate fridge/freezer and through an adjoining oak door, there is a:

Useful Laundry & Utility Room: With plumbing and ventilation for washing machine and tumble dryer and there are matching floor and wall-mounted units set within a hardwood work surface. There is a back door out to the garden and the utility room also houses an airing cupboard.

A solid oak, turned spindle banister staircase rises to:

Large Landing Area: Being the location of the:

Exquisite Master Bedroom: With walk-through corridor Dressing Room with a range of hanging rails and clothing drawers, before entering into the light and bright, dual-aspect master bedroom, which benefits from a luxury En Suite Bathroom with tiled floor, jacuzzi bath, single shallow basin with vanity unit and a walk-in drop-head shower.

There are Three Further Double Bedrooms, all being spacious and benefitting from fitted wardrobes and one has the luxury of an En Suite Shower Room with WC and marble bowl hand wash basin on vanity unit. The remaining bedrooms are serviced by a beautiful Family Bathroom, with P-shaped bath with drop-head shower, WC and encased vanity unit with granite work surface housing a marble bowl.


The property is approached from a quiet country lane and through red brick-pillared gateway with wrought iron electric gates, onto block paved parking for many vehicles. Additionally, however, there is a Double Garage with electric up & over operated doors. To one side of the parking area is a mature pond, with a small woodland walk and through a lychgate, you enter a rear entertaining area, where the party complex starts. This includes the former poolhouse, which is now a bar and media room with power, lighting, water, floor and wall-mounted kitchen units including an integrated wine fridge, microwave, integrated fridge and central breakfast island with granite circle and hardwood work surface. Adjoining this large room is a gymnasium with perimeter trunked power and adjoining WC, encased within a vanity unit with a Corian work surface and a bowl wash basin. (Purchasers should note that the bar and gymnasium still has the original pool structure in existence beneath, with all operating systems within).

Outside the bar area is a raised, enclosed garden with a laurel hedgerow to a slatted fence, which has a thatched gazebo for al fresco dining.

There is a well-organised and sheltered kitchen garden, consisting of nine raised beds with paving surrounding, potting sheds, workshop and then to the other side are four loose boxes, incorporating a tack and feed room. Immediately adjoining the stable block is a starvation paddock, which is currently used as a useful dog run.

To the rear of the property is an expansive, level lawn, which abuts the house against a small dwarf ha-ha which encloses a block paved area with drainage points against the house. There is a pergola cross loggia, with drainage washing point, providing an ample covered area with double glazed roof, for the enjoyment of dining throughout the year.

There is a large paddock of approximately 2.967 acres to the rear of the property, which has a separate road access across a shared access point. The shared access point enters a hard-core standing area with chicken coop and gateway into the field beyond. This is included in the guide price.

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