Detached house for sale in Elmley Lovett, Droitwich, Worcestershire WR9
Detached house for sale - 4 bedrooms
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- No onward chain
- Period farmhouse and barns
- 8.5 acres of paddocks and land
- Planning to convert barns to Holiday Lets
- Far reaching views
A stunning period farmhouse in a breath-taking North Worcestershire location.
The possibilities with this fabulous property are endless, you could continue its current equestrian set up or implement the planning permission to convert the beautiful period barns into holiday-lets. It's an excellent prospect!
Mount Pleasant Farmhouse is set with un-interrupted views of both towards the Malvern Hills and across to Clent Hills. It is set within the Idyllic rural hamlet of Elmley Lovett with a delightful Church that remains within minutes of the village amenities to Cutnall Green or Hartlebury which both includes general stores with Post Office services, Public Houses, village schools and bus services. The surrounding undulating wooded countryside provides excellent walking and riding opportunities.
The historic market town of Droitwich is only a short distance away and has much high street shopping as well as boasting a Waitrose Supermarket.
Despite the pretty position the property is ideally located with easy access onto the M5 and M42 and railway stations very locally depart from Hartlebury or further afield at Droitwich and Kidderminster; all provide direct routes to Birmingham with connections to London and the rest of the country. For International links Birmingham airport is easily reached.
The property is entered through its impressive front door from a brick porch that has Minton tiling and into a large dining hall with exposed beams and timbers and a magnificent Inglenook fireplace with cast iron basket, original kettle arm and open chimney above and an ash well below. There are seats within this wonderful Inglenook and it is an excellent feature of the property.
Across from the reception hall is the main drawing room, also with a large open fireplace which has a Regency wooden surround with slate insert. This is large room with a lovely full height double glazed window taking in the views across the pond and front of the house and the far-reaching views beyond. To the rear of the house there is a side access door into a boot room.
Centrally there is a living room with log burning stove set within a brick surround a curved bow bay window, also UPVC double glazed windows and a secondary part to this room with original meat hooks and also windows overlooking the rolling farmland behind the property. At the rear of the property is the farmhouse kitchen with floor and wall mounted fitted kitchen units, electric cooker with four ring hob, oven and grill, space for a dishwasher, space for a fridge/freezer and at the back there is a large utility room with Worcester Bosch oil fired boiler and plumbing and venting for washing machine and tumble dryer. Downstairs WC with hand wash basin.
On the first floor, there is bedroom one which is a large double bedroom with a window to the front of the property overlooking far reaching views beyond. Bedroom two is another large double bedroom with a window overlooking the rolling farmland behind the property. The family bathroom has a matching suite consisting of a hand wash basin, WC and bath tub, walk-in wardrobe.
Bathroom two is another matching suite with bath tub, WC and wash hand basin, shower and an airing cupboard housing the hot water tank. Bedroom three is a large double bedroom with a window overlooking the front of the property. Bedroom four is a smaller double bedroom also with views overlooking the front of the property.
There is a door from the dining hall with access down to the cellar which is sealed and dry, whilst remaining nice and cool - ideal for storage of wine and other possession.
Gardens and Grounds
The property is set within 8.5 acres of grounds and paddocks. They are mostly level with a natural gradient to drain away from the property.
The approach is along a sweeping gravel driveway with wrought iron estate fencing to either side which the splits to the front and the rear of the house where there is ample gravel parking for many cars; to the rear and by the barns there is a hard standing for more vehicles or horsebox/ trailer parking.
The property includes some beautiful red brick barns and stables which incorporates up to 8 stables (includes pony stall), a tack room and workshops. There 5 large brick buildings which give ample storage solutions for both vehicles and general storage.
Our vendors have secure planning permission for the change of use of these barns (18/02326/cu) to convert them into four holiday let cottages. This planning is valid for three years from March 2019.
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