Abbots Morton, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR7


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
The spacious drawing room has a door to the rear terrace and a fine Inglenook fireplace housing a multi-fuel stove. The dining room also has a fireplace, which is currently not in use.

The oak fitted kitchen/family room includes granite worktops, an electric AIMS AGA, electric oven, ceramic hob and space for a dishwasher and larder fridge. The open plan family seating area has an Inglenook fireplace (currently not in use). From the kitchen a large solid wood traditional door opens to the rear terrace. Off the kitchen, a stable door opens to the utility room and from here, a door opens to the cloakroom and another to the double garage and workshop.

Upstairs is a family shower room which serves three double bedrooms, two of which have feature fireplaces and built-in wardrobes. The master bedroom is fitted with built in wardrobes and is served by a well appointed en suite with a shower bath. The layout is arranged in such a way, that the en suite could also be used as a family bathroom if required.

There is parking for several cars and a double attached garage. Either side of the drive are south facing lawns along with mature borders and the historic Mulberry Tree. A side gate provides access to the rear garden. To the rear is a new Minster limestone paved terrace, featuring a covered well with a pump. There is a garden and wood store and an extensive lawned garden, which abuts the open countryside. There is also a shed, greenhouse and an enclosed vegetable garden.

Alcester 6.5 miles, Evesham 10 miles, Stratford-upon-Avon 12 miles, Worcester 13 miles, Cheltenham 28 miles, M42 (J2) 15 miles, M5 (J5) 16 miles (distances approximate)

Mulberry House is in the village of Abbots Morton, which is in a conservation area and has retained most of its 'black and white' half-timbered charm. It is one of Worcestershire's oldest villages and is listed in the Doomsday Book.

Abbots Morton has a village hall with a mixture of clubs and societies. St. Peters Church also offers local events and services to the village.

The villages of Flyford Flavell and Radford have an excellent range of local facilities including pubs, primary school and village stores.

Just a short drive from both the Warwickshire and Cotswold borders, the surrounding countryside provides walks over footpaths and bridleways as well as routes for cycling enthusiasts.

There are mainline rail services from Evesham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Worcester to London and Birmingham.

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