Valley View, Titton Farm, Stourport-On-Severn

£549,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A Beautifully Situated Four Bedroom Detached Barn Conversion Set In Around Half An Acre With Gardens Bordered By Stream And Idyllic Views Beyond. Located In Exclusive Gated Courtyard Off A No Through Lane In The Parish Of Hartlebury.

* Fabulous 30' Kitchen/ Dining Room

* Spacious Lounge With Exposed Brick & Timbers

* Guest Cloakroom

* Master Bedroom With Bi-Fold Doors To Juliet Balcony

* En-Suite Dressing Room + Shower Room

* Private Parking For Up To 6 Cars

Kitchen/ Dining Room

9.12m x 5.77m (dining area)/ 5.11m (kitchen) (29'1

Guest Cloakroom

1.96m x 1.17m (6'5 x 3'10 )

Lounge

5.08m x 5.11m (16'8 x 16'9 )

Master Bedroom

3.71m x 3.56m (12'2 x 11'8 )

En-Suite Dressing Room

2.62m (max) x 1.45m (8'7 (max) x 4'9 )

En-Suite Shower Room

2.74m x 1.45m (9'0 x 4'9 )

Bedroom Two

3.56m x 3.25m (11'8 x 10'8 )

Bedroom Three

5.05m x 2.49m (16'7 x 8'2 )

Bedroom Four

3.99m x 2.49m (13'1 x 8'2 )

Principal Bathroom

3.99m x 2.49m (13'1 x 8'2 )

Situated in an exclusive gated courtyard development in this picturesque country lane setting at Titton, just five minutes from Stourport on the Worcester side of town, Valley View is a splendid detached barn, converted in 2016 for the developer's own occupation.

The property is set within the curtilege of Titton Farm, a delightful gated community of only five dwellings including two cottages converted from the former farmhouse together with two detached barn conversions and another individual high-end property still under construction.

Valley View is especially well named, enjoying the most picturesque outlook to the rear across an extensive private lawned gardens which meets a meandering stream just beyond the boundary, past which lies a natural hillside which is home to foxes, deer and muntjac as well as a wealth of other wildlife.

The property stands in approx 0.5 acre in all, approached over the shared gravel courtyard drive whilst having the significant benefit of a private enclosed parking area next to the property, which could accommodate up to six cars.

Mains electricity and metered water are connected, with drainage to a septic tank and an LPG fired central heating system, last serviced in 2020. The first floor is heated to radiators with the ground floor having underfloor heating. All windows feature wooden framed double glazing. The tenure is freehold with an annual contribution of £50 currently made by each property in the courtyard to cover the costs of the electric security gates.

The property is completed to an excellent standard, being of brick and stone construction around a timber frame with tiled roof and part rendered elevations. From the parking area a short light of steps leads up to a paved patio terrace which runs to the side and rear of the property, the main side entrance door opening into the superb kitchen/ diner.

Measuring almost 30' across with a tiled floor, exposed feature brickwork and timbers, this fabulous space forms a natural hub of the home, ideal for entertaining and arranged as two distinct areas with the dining area having bi-fold doors looking out to the garden. The staircase to the first floor has a useful concealed cloaks storage space beneath, whilst four full height glazed panels with an oak surround let plenty of light in to the front.

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A door leads off the dining area into the guest cloakroom, with low level wc and pedestal hand basin.

The kitchen area is fitted with a Howdens range of cream cabinets complemented by wooden work surfaces and breakfast bar, with integral appliances to include twin side-by-side AEG electric ovens, an AEG induction hob, steel hood & concealed dishwasher.

To one side of the kitchen is a well defined laundry area, with space for washing machine and tumble dryer.

The lounge is of generous proportions (16'9 x 16'8 ) with windows both front and rear, also displaying exposed timbers and brickwork.

To the first floor there are four double bedrooms, the master bedroom having a splendid view out to the rear with bi-fold doors in an oak surround opening to the glazed Juliet balcony. There is also an en-suite dressing room with full length hanging rail and en-suite shower room with low level wc, pedestal hand basin and contemporary tiled cubicle with mixer shower.

The other bedrooms are all of good proportions with the third bedroom having a large in-built wardrobe closet.

The principal bathroom is fitted with a pedestal hand basin, low level wc and panelled bath in tiled surround with screen and mixer shower.

Outside there is a full width paved patio to the rear of the barn, with a large lawned garden running down to the rear boundary where a wooden post and rail fence stands just in front of the stream.

Valley View is an immensely desirable property offering light and spacious family accommodation in a picturesque setting, ideally placed for commuters to Worcester and the West Midlands conurbation, yet within only ten minutes walking distance of the River Severn which can be found at the end of this no-through-lane, beyond Lincomb Lock caravan park.

A wide range of amenities can be found approx 1.5 miles away in Stourport-on-Severn, whilst the local Titton Stores convenience shop is located about 300 yards from the property.

Council tax is payable to Wychavon District Council rated as band G.

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