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Offering the most glorious views over the gardens and the private Golf Course, Gorst Hall is an oasis within an exceptionally convenient location, with a large detached garage and two stables, occupying approx. 1 acre.
Built in the 17th Century, circa 1660, Gorst Hall is full of original features including exposed beams and solid oak doors and floorboards.
The front door opens into the hallway with original tiled flooring providing access to most of the ground floor rooms, including access to the cellar.
The breakfast kitchen, with utility, comprises a matching range of wall and base units with ceramic hob and eye level double oven. A side door leads to the front courtyard area.
The lounge, with a brick feature fireplace housing a Clearview stove, provides an ideal space to relax and unwind, whilst enjoying views over the Golf Course.
The formal dining room is the perfect space to entertain and provides access to the useful study.
Via a further hallway, which provides access to the garden through French Doors, is the second lounge, and beyond that is the garden room.
To the first floor are four double bedrooms, some with original fireplaces adding to the gorgeous character of this home.
The master bedroom enjoys an en-suite shower room with white suite, and a dressing room, which could also be utilised as a nursery if need be.
The stunning house bathroom comprises a white suite including a high cistern WC, pedestal wash hand basin, enclosed shower and freestanding roll top bath.
The property occupies approximately 1 acre boasting private gardens mainly laid to lawn, which overlooks sections of the land currently utilised as a paddock for two donkeys.
To the front of the property is a courtyard area, ideal for al fresco dining and entertaining.
Outbuildings include two stables adjoined to the property with a yard area to the front, and a brick built shed.
The 4-car garage provides ample off road parking and storage, however, is currently used as a substantial gym area.
The town offers a number of shopping centres with both independent and well-known stores in the Swan Centre, Weaver's Wharf and the Rowland Hill Centre.
There are a range of leisure activities on offer in the region from the West Midland Safari Park, to the Wyre Forest Leisure Centre and additional cricket & tennis clubs. There are further activities available from walking, exploring the area and visiting towns and cities further afield with more extensive amenities and historical artefacts.
There are excellent transport links easily accessible from the home including regular trains to Birmingham, Worcester and London with the nearby M5 leading to the national motorway network. Birmingham International Airport is just over 30 miles away offering local and international flights.
There are a range of educational establishments within walking distance of the home such as Comberton Primary School and King Charles I School and, both rated 'Good' by Ofsted.