Witley Park, Great Witley, Worcester, WR6


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  • Bedrooms: 5
The House and grounds are invisible from the private road leading to the property. Only by viewing can prospective purchasers appreciate the beauty of the House and its secluded setting.

The Engine House was built sometime between 1854 and 1859, and originally contained two steam powered beam engines used to pump water to the fountains at Witley Court. It is now a large, 5 bedroom family home in beautiful grounds, with an attached, self-contained, 2 bedroom cottage.

The property sits in the middle of its gardens and grounds and is secluded, but not isolated.

The building was converted for residential use in 1969, when a first floor apartment was created above a carpenter's workshop. The current owners have renovated and converted the ground floor of the building, updated the first floor, and incorporated the Engine Keeper's Cottage, now a self-contained, two bedroom annexe.

This spacious family home now has over 5,000 sq ft of recently refurbished and beautifully presented accommodation on two storeys.

The House is approached through electric gates, via a well-lit, tarmac driveway to a large, gravel turning and parking area, and detached double garage.

The garden has a meandering stream which feeds a pond that hosts a variety of wildlife. There are lawns, mature shrub borders, and many attractive trees.

The barn with two stables has electricity and water connected. There is a water supply in both paddocks.

There is a small orchard with a variety of apple trees and a pear tree. The gardens contain damson, elderflower, quince, sloe, and plum trees.

Great Witley ½ a mile, Martley 4 miles, Stourport 5 miles Worcester 9 miles, Birmingham 27 miles, M5 (J6) 11 miles (All distances are approximate)

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