Button Oak, Kinlet, Bewdley, Shropshire, DY12
- Brand new village home
- Large plot
- Main bedroom with ensuite
- Study, snug and utility room
- Backing on to paddock & woodland
- Detached double garage & room above
- Secluded garden
Finished to a high standard throughout and offering extensive accommodation. Includes three reception rooms, bi-fold doors on to the garden, spacious family kitchen, five bedrooms, three bathrooms. Secluded garden with rural backdrop.
Button Oak has so much to offer the resident, providing a fantastic rural lifestyle in the heart of some of Worcestershire’s finest woodland and countryside.
The village is set in the midst of Wyre Forest nature reserve with many trails from here heading off through over 6,000 acres of diverse forest, ideal for walking, cycling and horse riding.
Historic Arley on the banks of the River Severn is easily accessible by car and on foot from Button Oak, with this delightful riverside village featuring a characterful country pub, tearooms, beautiful arboretum, and furthermore the much frequented Arley station, home to the celebrated Severn Valley steam railway which stops here en route to Bewdley and Bridgnorth.
From Arley one can enjoy long strolls along the River Severn leading to Highley, Trimpley reservoir and Bewdley.
Historic Bewdley is around three miles distant from Button Oak and is a superb bustling town to have on the doorstep. This picturesque postcard town is a thriving place whatever the time of year, with waterfront pubs and eateries, a wide variety of interesting shops, a museum plus a good range of everyday amenities including well-respected schooling and good links to the larger towns of Kidderminster and Stourport.
The property is approached by a generous driveway laid to Forest of Dean chippings and which leads to the detached double garage. This sizeable outbuilding is an excellent addition to the property, with two electric roller shutter doors, power and lighting, charging point for an electric vehicles and double glazed windows to side and rear. A huge asset is the room above the garage which is accessed via an external stairwell and offers potential to be used as an office, games room or studio. This excellent room has good headroom and features power, lighting and double glazed window to side aspect.
The property itself is accessed via double glazed composite style front door and features high gloss tiled flooring, radiator and stairs rising to the first floor with cupboard underneath. On the ground floor are three reception rooms which can be used in a number of different ways. The main living room has double glazed bi-fold doors to the garden, radiator and wood burning stove, with internal doors from here leading to the adjoining snug / family room and kitchen.
The snug also has bi-fold doors to the garden and a radiator. The third reception room is accessed from the hallway and is ideal as an office / study, having radiator and double glazed window to front aspect.
A real feature of the property is the family kitchen which is generous and in size and beautifully fitted to a contemporary finish. Comprising bi-fold doors to the garden, central island, matching wall and base units with LED under cupboard lighting, ‘Range’ style oven with extractor above, integrated dishwasher, space for an American style fridge freezer, downlights and, radiator and tiled flooring.
Adjoining the kitchen is the utility room which has tiled flooring, wall and base units, space and plumbing for appliances, wall-mounted ‘Worcester’ boiler, dual aspect double glazed windows, double glazed door leading outside and internal door accessing the ground floor shower room. The latter is nicely finished and comprises tiled floor and walls, shower cubicle, vanity unit, low level WC, extractor fan, radiator and double glazed window.
The first floor accommodation is similarly spacious and well finished, with the landing area having downlighters, cupboard housing the CCTV equipment, loft hatch accessing the roof space and doors leading to the bathroom and five bedrooms. The master bedroom enjoys fine rural views over adjoining fields and the Wyre Forest beyond and has door leading to the accompanying en suite. The latter is nicely styled to match the family bathroom and has shower cubicle, tiled floor and walls, wall-mounted wash basin, low level WC, heated chrome towel and large storage cupboard. Three of the remaining bedrooms are good double rooms and the fifth is ideal as a study or smaller single bedroom. The family bathroom has tiled floor and walls, panelled bath, shower cubicle, downlighters, wall-mounted wash basin and low level WC.
The family-friendly rear garden is another real feature of the feature, generous in size and enjoying a lovely private backdrop bordering paddocks and the Wyre Forest beyond. Comprising full-width paved patio, flat area seeded for lawn and low level fencing at the rear making the best of the views.
Button Oak, Kinlet, Bewdley, Shropshire, DY12
NEAREST STATIONSDistances are straight line measurements from the centre of the postcode
- Kidderminster Station5.9 miles
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