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Brook House, Lower Frith Common, Eardiston, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, WR15

4 bedroom detached house for sale

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A secluded Grade II Listed cottage situated in a rural position, occupying approximately 4.95 acres of land with outstanding countryside views.

Sat in approximately 4.95 acres
Outbuildings including workshop, stable and games room
Stunning rural views
Private location
Period features throughout
Grade II listed

Brook House is situated in a serene location along a secluded country lane, offering picturesque views across the Teme Valley. Nearby amenities include a primary school and church in nearby Lindridge. Frith Common provides access to a school bus service connecting Lindridge and Tenbury Wells, as well as major bus routes between Tenbury Wells, Kidderminster, and Worcester. The charming market town of Tenbury Wells boasts an array of conveniences, including diverse shops and services, a library, a doctor's surgery, a cottage hospital, a swimming pool, a cinema, and a range of clubs. Additionally, the town is home to well-regarded state primary and secondary schools.

This appealing Grade II Listed property, is set against the backdrop of a refined rural landscape. The charm of the picturesque countryside envelops the property, enhancing its allure and positioning it in an exceptional spot that fully embraces its serenity. To access the property, you follow a wooded driveway that leads to a generously sized parking area. Adjacent to this parking space, there lies a spacious and inviting patio. Beyond the patio area, you'll be welcomed by the delightful cottage.

Upon entry, the cottage extends a warm invitation through a hallway that doubles as a boot room. Continuing from the hallway, you'll find a spacious kitchen, with numerous features including period beams, quarry tiled flooring, bespoke fitted wooden cabinets and original stone inglenook. The three oven Aga creates a real warmth to the room, especially during the winter months. There is ample space for a family table, a stable door gives access to outside. Adjacent to the kitchen is a convenient utility room, with a range of units with worktops over and space for appliances.

The dining room beyond the kitchen is generously sized and again has a wealth of features including ceiling and wall beams. An archway leads you into the spacious sitting room,
benefitting from plenty of natural light from the numerous windows and featuring a woodburning stove. Oak stairs rise from here to the first floor.
Enriching the entire ground floor are the traditional oak beams that adorn the property, infusing it with character and charm.
Off the hallway is a downstairs bathroom equipped with a hand wash basin, bath with overhead shower and WC.

From the upstairs landing, a door to your left leads into the first bedroom and on into the principal bedroom complete with a WC and wash hand basin. The first bedroom offers versatility and could also be used as a dressing room or study.

Additionally, branching off from the landing is a WC with wash hand basin. A door gives access to a further bedroom which has doors leading to another two bedrooms, again which could be used as a walk in wardrobe. All of the upstairs rooms benefit from far reaching rural views.

The property encompasses 4.95 acres of land, featuring a generously proportioned brick paved patio, a secluded, south facing garden filled with birdsong, damson and cherry trees within expansive fields that offer scenic views of the surrounding countryside. The plot also incorporates various auxiliary structures, such as a games room, a workshop, and a stable.

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Take the A49 south from Ludlow. Once you reach Woofferton, make a left onto the A456. Keep going, passing over Newnham Bridge. As you continue forward, the road transitions into the A443. Continue for a short while taking a left turn towards Frith Common. After 3/4 mile, at the crossroads, turn right, heading towards Lower Frith. At the T junction turn right and immediately left into Brook House driveway.

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