3 bedroom detached house for sale

The Old Cider Mill, 27 Droitwich Road, Feckenham B96 6JE

Guide Price £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • A character packed property
  • Situated in the heart of the village of Feckenham
  • Views over open farmland to the rear

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A BEAUTIFUL FAMILY HOME PACKED FULL OF CHARACTER IN THE HEART OF THE VILLAGE OF FECKENHAM. THIS THREE BEDROOM PROPERTY HAS A DETACHED BARN AND CARPORT WITH STORAGE OVER.

Situated at the entranceway to the beautiful village of Feckenham and in need of some work to bring the property up to its former splendour including the show gardens with views over open farmland.

Accommodation
KITCHEN - LOUNGE - DINING ROOM - FAMILY ROOM - SNUG - THREE BEDROOMS - HOUSE BATHROOM - WASH ROOM - DETACHED BARN - TRIPLE CAR PORT WITH STORAGE ABOVE
DELIGHTFULLY LANDSCAPED GARDEN

A historic former cider mill, we are advised built in the 18 century on the outskirts of this most sought after and picturesque village with excellent local amenities with the local cricket club, local community shop, highly regarded restaurant and public house and village green.

Double metal gates with brick pillars give access to a winding pavior driveway bounded by dwarf brick walling and shrubberies which are all filled with specimen plants and shrubs which with some care and attention can be brought back to their former splendour. The garden also benefits from a timber garden shed, a sun terrace to one side and a greenhouse and raised vegetable beds.

The Old Cider Mill is of two storey brick construction with inset beams and a tiled roof. It has had many of the outbuildings converted over the history of the property to accommodate its past as a key part of the village. The sun room was a previous doctors surgery and the beautiful character packed dining room the waiting room. From the driveway access is under a brick archway to a courtyard with paviors.

A covered open porch and an original panelled door leads into a beautiful cottage styled RECEPTION HALLWAY with tiled floor, open brickwork with inset beams.

CLOAKROOM
Having a matching white suite comprising of wash hand basin and W.C.

L shaped UTILITY ROOM 7'7'' max x 9'7'' max
A useful space separate from the kitchen with tiled floor and wall mounted central heating boiler serving radiators throughout.

KITCHEN 12'6''x 8'11''
A contemporary styled kitchen with hand made solid timber base and wall units, marble work tops, Aga Rangemaster with extractor canopy over, integrated Bosch dishwasher and fridge and freezer, leaded light windows to three elevations give good natural light, tiled floor and the character continues from the rest of the house with the beamed ceiling

DINING ROOM 19'6'' x 9'7''
A beautiful well proportioned room ideal for entertaining with parquet floor, open fireplace, leaded light door to the forecourt and leaded light windows to the front and rear, beamed ceiling. The room was once a doctors surgery waiting room serving the village but is equally suited to a large banquet.

SITTING ROOM 18'10'' x 9'1''
This was a later edition and is currently being used as a home office because with good natural light from the French leaded light doors and side windows to the forecourt. Despite being a later edition this room has been done sympathetically to continue the character of the rest of the property.

LOUNGE 15'4 '' (max) x 12'4''
A beautiful cosy room which typifies the character and charm the property offers. There is a wide inglenook fireplace with log burner beneath, beamed ceiling and large window to the front elevation.

SNUG 11'9'' (max) x 10'0"
A cosy room to disappear and relax in, before the motorised vehicle and the car parking area defined the property this was originally the entrance to the home. Now this is a beautiful snug having inglenook fire surround with log burner, side door to garden, beamed ceiling and flagged stone floor.

From the lounge a winding wooden staircase leads to the First Floor Landing (once a bedroom) with polished oak floor, window to the front elevation and walls with inset beams. There are doors that radiate off into.

BEDROOM 1 15'4" x 12'4"
The character and charm from the ground floor continues on the first floor with polished oak floor and exposed beams with sloping ceilings. There is good natural light from two leaded light windows to two elevations, built in double wardrobe with side drawer unit.

BEDROOM 2 9'11" x 15'4"
Having a step up from the landing area a good sized second bedroom, with large leaded light window to the front elevation and plenty of space for storage.

BEDROOM 3 13'0" x 11'4" (max)
A good sized third bedroom with a large window leaded ligth window to the side elevation.

BATHROOM
Being half tiled and having a modern white suite comprising of panelled bath, W.C., wash hand basin and shower. There is a window to the front elevation and a heated towel rail

WASH ROOM
A separate wash room being half tiled and having a wash hand basin and shaver point.

OUTSIDE
A detached former mill of brick and tile construction, 30'8''x 18'10'' has a potential for residential conversion subject to planning consent.

A detached triple garage/carport 29'10''x 17'8'' of brick construction with tiled roof, power and light points and concrete floor. An external staircase leads to a first floor with two rooms 11'10''x6'11'' and 17'2''x6'11'' both with dormer windows.

Extensive albeit overgrown gardens with fruit and vegetable areas bounded to the rear by open farmland.

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


COUNCIL: Redditch DC
Council Tax Band: D




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  • Redditch (4.3 mi)
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