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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Church Lane, Pinvin, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10

Guide Price* £650,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Enormous charm
  • Heart of popular village
  • Detached secondary accommodation
  • 0.633 Acres approx

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A wonderful Grade II Listed property with a three bedroomed cottage and an enormous amount of charm and charisma, situated in the heart of a popular village with many amenities.

A beautiful timber framed period house with a most useful three bedroomed cottage positioned in large gardens and requiring an element of modernisation. This delightful house will to the right buyer make a wonderful family home with large gardens including the remnants of an outdoor pool.

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Situation: Tudor House is situated to the centre of the popular village of Pinvin on the outskirts of the historic riverside market town of Pershore. It is within walking distance of Pinvin First & Middle Schools (which then feed onto Pershore High School). For fee paying education Bowbrook Preparatory school is nearby as is Kings of Worcester, and RGS. Pershore town centre is approximately 2 miles to the south and has a wide range of high street facilities including a variety of shops, banks, library, post office, health centres, leisure centre and schooling for all ages from nursery and play groups through to Pershore High School. For further amenities the City of Worcester is 10 miles away where you can find many shopping, leisure, social and cultural opportunities. Pinvin itself has a public house and a new addition of a small barbers shop. The village also benefits from a bus service which takes you into Pershore town and to the Train Station with direct links to Worcester and Evesham. Nearby is the soon to open Worcester Parkway which will provide a direct service to London offering a quick connection to the Capital.

Description: Tudor House is a substantial black and white timber framed property which is Grade II Listed and has origins dating back to the early 17th century. The property was reconstructed in the 1950’s using materials and wood sources from other period properties. The ground floor accommodation is entered through a heavy set oak front door with wrought iron hinges and locking mechanisms into a large reception hall with panelled walling with intricate carving to one side. This hallway leads straight through the house with access to downstairs W.C. and a rear porch with glazed door into the garden. Immediately after the reception hall and again through a solid oak door with wrought iron drop latch is the impressive sitting room which has a large inglenook fireplace with windows either side and a Baxi type open fireplace. It has large glazed double doors that open to the garden to the side of the house. The large dining hall with exposed beams and timbers has another impressive inglenook fireplace with an open basket fire and a tin canopy above as well as some interesting carvings on the wooden fireplace surround and mantel. Finally to the side of the house is the fitted kitchen and breakfast area as well as a pantry and a rear porch with back door into the garden.

There is beautiful parquet flooring to the principal ground floor reception rooms and a large oak staircase turns with a bay window at the split landing. This leads onto the spacious landing area where the exposed cruck beams can be seen. The first floor has four bedrooms, three of them are large doubles and one has the benefit of an en suite bathroom. The others are serviced by a family bathroom and separate W.C.

The first floor predominately has oak board flooring and there is secondary glazing to the windows which are behind metal casement windows.

Garden and Grounds: The property is situated within 0.633 acres within which are a variety of lawn areas with mature hedges and trees to the perimeter. There are the remnants of a tarmacadam tennis court which now has an orchard to one end and some dilapidated timber stabling barns to one side. Also within the gardens and grounds there is a former swimming pool, pool house and Tudor cottage.

Tudor Cottage: Tudor Cottage provides excellent capacity as secondary accommodation to the principal dwelling. The accommodation in brief comprises; entrance through glazed door into a porch way and central hallway which has direct access into a fitted kitchen. The rest of the ground floor accommodation includes a snug adjacent to the kitchen, with double doors which open to the tarmacadam parking outside. A large sitting room / dining room area, study, downstairs bathroom and a downstairs bedroom. A staircase rises to the first floor where there are two further bedrooms serviced by a W.C. with hand wash basin.

Agent's Note: This lot is subject to a Buyer's Premium of 1.00% plus VAT of the eventual sale price, payable whether the property is bought on a private treaty or auction basis, and whether pre, during or post auction.


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19 October 2018

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