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Lincomb, Stourport-on-Severn


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
* Fabulous 29'10" Open Plan Lounge and Dining Room

* Beautiful Gallery Landing

* Splendid 16'5" x 15'0" Breakfast Kitchen

* Utility Room and WC

* Magnificent Master Bedroom with High Pitched and Timber Ceiling

* Bathroom and En-Suite Shower Room

* Mezzanine Study Area over Third Bedroom

* No Upward Chain3 Bedrooms2 Bathrooms3 Living AreasOfficesLincomb is a picturesque and tranquil rural hamlet situated between Stourport-on-Severn and the village of Ombersley surrounded by open courtryside not far from the River Severn. The location is ideal for commuters with straight forward access via the A449 to Worcester City, the motorway network and the West Midlands conurbation.

This extremely impressive barn conversion was developed circa 2007 and provides beautifully presented accommodation over two floors plus a very useful mezzanine study over the third bedroom.

Unusually for a barn conversion, this is a wholly detached property set within extensive walled gardens and grounds approaching a quarter of an acre with the further considerable benefit of a large detached double garage incorporating additional storage areas and offices above, to include LPG fired central heating. This most versatile building could easily be adapted to provide ideal annexe accommodation subject to planning consent, though it should be noted that the existing planning consent from 2005 permits only a garage with ancillary storage.

The property features most attractive exposed timbers and partly exposed brickwork, ground floor underfloor heating, oak framed double glazed windows and a fabulous galleried landing over the open plan lounge and dining areas which are flooded with light from the high glazed panels which form a central feature of the living accommodation. Drainage is to a septic tank and water is supplied from a bore-hole with filtration plant located in the garage building.

There is an oil fired central heating system to the house and an LPG fired system to the garage.

The spacious kitchen is fitted with a comprehensive range of off-white wall and base cabinets complemented by granite work surfaces, tiled flooring and 'Rangemaster' electric cooker and five ring hob plus integrated dishwasher, fridge freezer, cooker hood and wine rack. There is an excellent central island unit and 'Aduro' log burner together with concealed cabinet housing the sophisticated computer controls for lighting and heating.

Just off the kitchen is the utility room with main entrance door and tiled floor, white enamel Belfast sink, plumbing for automatic washing machine, built-in storage closets and further door to guest cloakroom with white suite comprising pedestal hand basin and low level wc.

The superb open plan living area measures almost 30ft in length overall but is arranged as two distinct areas namely the dining area with double doors out to garden and galleried landing with half turn staircase, oak strip flooring, part exposed brickwork and high level glazed panels.

The spacious lounge also has further double doors out to garden providing a pleasant viewpoint looking towards the pond, in addition to which there is a 'Jotul' log burning stove.

To the first floor the property enjoys the benefit of conventional windows to both gable ends rather than velux skylights, thus providing a pleasing outlook over the surrounding farmland.

The master bedroom (16'7" x 15'9") is a delightful and hugely impressive feature of the property with high pitched and timbered ceiling, twin double fitted wardrobes, part exposed brickwork and a wonderful sense of character and space.

A further door leads through to an en-suite shower room with suite comprising pedestal hand basin, low level wc, and cubicle with rainfall mixer shower, the room completed with toiletries cabinet and chrome heated towel rail.

The second bedroom is of good proportions with in-built double wardrobe and adjacent storage cupboard whilst the third bedroom has a metal flight of cabin stairs leading up to the useful mezzanine study area with high pitched timbered ceiling and sky light. The arrangement would also be ideal for a teenager to provide separate bedroom and recreational space.

The family bathroom is also fitted to a good standard with exposed timber and brickwork, chrome heated towel rail, heated wall mirror and suite comprising pedestal hand basin, low level wc and panelled bath with rainfall mixer shower above.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01562 227034

Allan Morris - Kidderminster, Bewdley & Stourport

61 Oxford Street, Kidderminster


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