Hopton Bank, Hopton Wafers, Kidderminster

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
This Farmhouse and adjoining cottage are situated in approximately 4.5 acres, and would make an ideal equestrian property, with the common within a short ride from the property. Various outbuildings and stable. Extraordinary views over open countryside and beyond.


An opportunity to purchase a house with attached independent annexe and approximately 4.5 acres of land. The main house comprises of three bedrooms and an eat-in-kitchen, whilst the annexe, has a further two bedrooms. Ideal for multi-generational living.

Property description

Enter through the shared hallway, the main house does have its own front door as does the annexe. Turn Right into the main house, and you will enter the utility room, with a range of floor and wall units, space for washing machine with stainless steel sink unit over-looking the grounds and out-buildings. Also in the utility are useful built in cupboards, the door from the utility leads to the main hallway of the house, where you will find a bespoke Oak staircase leading to the first floor. Off this hallway on the left is a a walk-in-pantry, a wonderful place to store all the kitchen equipment you bought and have never used! A further large under stairs storage area Is also found at the end of the hallway. On the opposite side of the hallway is the entrance to the kitchen/breakfast room, which has a range of units, with windows over-looking the out-buildings and grounds, offering the far reaching views, space for a table and chairs . Next door to the kitchen is a large lounge/dining room with feature stone wall., ideal place for a wood burner. There is a further entrance to the main house through a covered porch. Take the stairs to the first floor and here you will find three double bedrooms of a good size and The family bathroom of a panelled bath and pedestal wash hand basin. There is a separate toilet..

The Cottage

The cottage is found on the left of the shared hallway, which you enter through the prep kitchen with space for table and chairs, here you will find a range of floor units, and once again you will be met with the wonderful far reaching views. to the right of the prep kitchen is a walk-in-pantry which comes with a shelving, and space for fridge and freezer, walk into the inner lobby and here you will find the downstairs family bathroom and separate toilet. Off this inner lobby is the entrance to the cottage kitchen with sink over-looking the a small kitchen garden, and the grounds. off the kitchen, is a large lounge/dining room, the dining end of the lounge has a Rayburn inset with quarry tiled hearth and wooden shelf over, very in keeping with the farmhouse feel.. The lounge end has a feature stone wall, and beamed ceiling throughout this lounge/dining room.. From the dining end there is a further porch entrance, which is the main entrance to the cottage.. Take the stairs to the first floor, and come onto the large landing, which in the past has doubled as bedroom three being large enough to take a double bed, two further double bedrooms


Outside the property there are a number of out-buildings to include a stable. This property is ideal for anyone having horses, as once you turn left out of the property a sitting trot away from open common, and miles of exquisite riding. There is a further large barn , two sheds both with power and an open fronted garage with a coal store and workshop to one side.. There is a further shed which houses the freezer and a carport.

Gardens and grounds

The gardens surrounding the property are well maintained and offer beds and borders. The paddocks amount to approximately 4 acres and are ideal for equestrian purposes or a small holding

garage and parking

The property has an open bay garage together with a further carport.


Oil fired central heating, mains water, private drainage (cess pit)

Council tax band f

Tenure Freehold


Hopton Wafers is a small village and civil parish in south Shropshire, England.

The population of the public parish at the 2011 census was 753.[1] It is located on the A4117 road to the west of the market town of Cleobury Mortimer.

Its unusual-sounding name is derived from Old English hop (a side valley running off a larger valley, originally from a Celtic word) and tun (farm or settlement), along with the name of Robert de Wafre, an early holder of the manor.[2]

A post-medieval glassworks was located in Hopton Wafers which produced glass in the 17th and 18th centuries.[3]

The village church, St Michael and All Angels, was built in 1825: a Norman church had previously stood on the site, but had become dilapidated. The works were funded by Thomas Botfield, who had purchased the manor in 1812.[4] The church contains two war memorials: a marble plaque to men of the parish of Hopton Wafers with Doddington who died serving in the World Wars and another plaque to Lance Corporal Samuel Edwards, KSLI, who was killed in World War I in 1915.[5] The churchyard contains war graves of another KSLI soldier who died in the latter war and of a Royal Army Service Corps soldier of World War II who are among those listed on the parish memorial.[6][5]

There is a pub in the village, named The Crown at Hopton.[


Take the A49 towards Shrewsbury , at the Sainsbury's roundabout take the third exit towards Kidderminster follow this road up and over Clee Hill Common, at Hopton Bank petrol station on the left hand side take the next left after about 1/2 mile you will see a sign Peacock Farm, take the next track on the left, follow this unmade up road to the top of the hill ad the property will be found on the left hand side.

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