THIS is the perfect home for wine lovers boasting not only a beautiful landscaped garden to enjoy a glass - but also a secret wine cellar.

It is not hard to fall in love with the stunning Parian House - a semi-detached Grade II listed Regency villa in Britannia Square.

The attractive villa has charming window shutters and a whole host of original features that include high ceilings, exposed floorboards, ceiling roses and sash windows.

But outside is something special -  climb down steps to a lower terrace and you will find a door to a secret under croft wine cellar installed by the current owner.

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It is perfect for wine lovers who can enjoy a glass in the beautifully landscaped gardens or perhaps in the drawing room or study which both have wrought iron fireplaces.

The terrace offers the perfect spot for al fresco dining and is surrounded by a range of  mature evergreen and perennial plants creating privacy along with all-year round colour.

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The five-bedroom semi-detached home has four reception rooms and three bathrooms and is on the market with Knight Frank for £900,000.

The house has also been updated and re-configured by the current owners with the living room, study and cloakroom redecorated with William Morris wallpaper.

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People who love to spend time outdoors can enjoy the west facing garden which a Chelsea Gold Medal winner has beautifully landscaped and designed.

Britannia Square is a sought after location in Worcester and Parian House is situated on the east side of the 19th century houses that are located in a conservation area.

Parian House is semi-detached and it is the right hand side of the property that is for sale accessed through an elegant vestibule to the far right.