Bestmans Lane, Kempsey, Worcester, WR5

£1,150,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
The dual aspect drawing room/office includes a marble fireplace and fitted cupboards and shelving.

The sitting room has original wood flooring, a working fireplace and French doors.

The library has bespoke wooden shelving and a working fireplace.

The kitchen is open plan to a new orangery, which flows through to the period dining room. The kitchen has a vaulted ceiling with exposed beams, kitchen cupboards, a large breakfast bar and a range of appliances.

The orangery has a Godin wood burning stove, along with two sets of French doors and double bi-folding doors opening to the garden terrace. Further doors open to a boot room and the garage and annexe.

The utility room has further kitchen cupboards and space for appliances.

The cellars have racking for wine storage.

The ground floor bedroom with en suite is currently a gym.

On the first floor, the master bedroom has a balcony and an en suite. There are two further double bedrooms, one with an en suite. There is also a family shower room.

The second floor comprises two double bedrooms, a family bathroom and two walk-in storage areas.

The annexe offers flexibility in its use and is currently a games room. It includes a shower room and a storage cupboard. It has the benefit of its own boiler, heating and electrical systems.

Electrically operated gates open to front and rear linked gravel parking. There is a south-facing lawned garden, a secure rear landscaped garden and a large paved terrace.

Worcester 5½ miles, M5 (J7) 4½ miles, M50 (J1) 7½ miles, Cheltenham 24½ miles, Birmingham 34 miles (all distances are approximate).

Draycott Lodge is situated on the rural southern edge of Kempsey adjacent to open countryside, with breathtaking views to the Malvern Hills.

Kempsey is a popular and friendly village with a shop, primary school, church, doctor's surgery, several pubs, garage, sports clubs, angling on the River Severn, special interest groups and excellent walking & bridle paths.

Worcester with its fine Cathedral has excellent private schooling and an expanding University. Premiership rugby, county cricket, horse racing and the University Arena/Conference centre are all within the city.

Along with the Swan Theatre and Huntingdon Hall there are numerous clubs and restaurants, together with a wide range of supermarkets including Waitrose.

The Worcester to Paddington line will be supplemented by a new Parkway rail station opening in 2019 less than 4 miles away.

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