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Nearest Stations

  • Hartlebury Rail Station - 1.7 miles
  • Kidderminster Rail Station - 4.0 miles
  • Droitwich Spa Rail Station - 6.0 miles

OULSNAM PROUDLY INTRODUCE THIS STUNNING & comprehensively renovated semi-detached farmhouse conversion forming part of an exclusive gated courtyard development set within delightful rural surroundings on the Worcester side of Stourport. Beautifully presented to a high specification throughout, boasting open plan modern family living accommodation featuring a bespoke kitchen diner with integrated appliances, impressive 22ft living & dining room, utility/cloaks, study, conservatory, three impressive double bedrooms, main en-suite & dressing area, contemporary family bathroom & stunning landscaped gardens with detached summerhouse. Must be viewed to appreciate everything this idyllic home has to offer! E P Rating D

Directions From the A449 Worcester to Stourport take the first exit at the Mitre Oak Roundabout on to the A4025 and continue passing the Farm shop and Lincomb Lane then as the main road bends round to the left you should turn left into the lane signposted towards Lincomb Lock Caravan Park. Follow the lane for approximately 100 yards where the property will be seen on your left hand side and continue for approximately another 80 yards before turning left through the electric gated entrance into the courtyard and visitors parking area. Severn Cottage forms part of a delightful re-development of the former Titton Farm situated on a charming country lane which is a 'no through road', located between Stourport-On-Severn and Lincomb, conveniently situated for commuter access to the main A449 with links to Worcester and the motorway network. The original farmhouse is reputed to date back as far as 17th century with more recent extensions. In 2017 the property was converted and comprehensively renovated and re-built as necessary to provide two separate semi-detached cottages. Approached over a shared gravel driveway leading into the courtyard with two converted detached barn conversions on either side, the former farmhouse stands at the head of the drive with Severn Cottage having a constructed white-rendered frontage and parking spaces for two cars. The location is exceptional, enjoying a glorious sylvan setting with pasture land stretching down to a meandering brook and views over the valley hillside opposite. In the course of the conversion, the property has been comprehensively renovated to include an electrical installation in 2016, LPG tank and Worcester boiler fired central heating system. The current vendors have re-decorated, installed a stunning kitchen in 2021 and double glazed windows to the rear are being replaced in September 2021 all in Heritage style colour frames to complement the front existing double glazed units. The garden has also been landscaped and benefits from an additional impressive summer house. SUMMARY The main entrance door leads into the reception hall which leads through to the impressive bespoke kitchen which is fitted with a range of cabinets, soft closing pan and cutlery drawers, complemented with Zenith work surfaces, walk in corner larder cupboard and integral appliances to include a Neff oven and warming drawer, extractor hood, ceramic hob, dishwasher and fridge freezer. A wide squared arch provides open plan access from the kitchen area through to the splendid living and dining room, with feature open tread oak staircase leading up to first floor, a marble style feature fireplace incorporating an electric coal effect fire and bi-fold double glazed doors lead through to the excellent Pears conservatory featuring wood flooring and double doors open out to the garden. Also off the lounge is a further doorway leading to the inner hall through to a useful study or store room (without windows) and a separate cloakroom/utility with wooden flooring and white fitted suite including low level wc and belfast style sink set onto a wooden frame, with additional space for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a door provides access onto the rear garden. FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION To the first floor is the landing and there are three excellent double bedrooms, en-suite and family bathroom The main bedroom enjoys views over the rear garden and measures an impressive 18'3" x 11'5" in total with a partitioned dressing area having hanging space. A door leads through to the en-suite shower room featuring a contemporary style white suite comprising pedestal wash hand basin, low level wc and tiled cubicle with mixer shower. The principal family bathroom is also fitted with a contemporary white suite to include low level wc, pedestal hand basin and panelled bath in tiled surround with mixer shower above plus fold-away glazed screen. Bedroom two and three are both generous sized doubles overlooking the front aspect and bedroom three has a feature attractive exposed brick feature wall. OUTSIDE The property is approached through double electric main gates which provide access to the gravel driveway where there is allocated visitors parking and the driveway continues round to the left hand side, leading to the front of the property where there is parking for two cars. The stunning landscaped rear garden has an initial block paved patio area with pergola which leads to a gated paved and gravelled bordered area extending across the rear of the property and round to the side gate, a pathway to the left hand side leads to the rear of the garden with the remainder laid to lawn, bordered by an abundance of flowers and shrubs. The impressive detached summer house features double doors opening into the storage/workshop area and a separate seating/veranda ideal for relaxing and alfresco dining, the garden also boasts an array of gravel borders planted with a variety of beautiful established shrubs and is enclosed enjoying a great degree of privacy. Viewing is essential to fully appreciate the unique charm and character of this most appealing property, as well as the wonderful setting. GENERAL INFORMATION TENURE the agent understands the property is Freehold. SERVICES Mains metered water and electric are connected. Drainage is to a private septic tank and central heating is LPG fired, courtesy of an underground storage tank. Council Tax is payable to Wychavon District Council rated as Band E.

Entrance Hall

Kitchen Diner 4.42m x 2.82m (14'6" x 9'3")

Open plan living room & dining area 6.76m x 3.53m (22'2" x 11'7")

Conservatory 2.90m x 2.82m (9'6" x 9'3")

Inner hall

Utility/cloaks 2.97m x 2.18m (9'9" x 7'2")

Study 2.44m x 2.16m (8'0" x 7'1")

FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION

Landing

Main bedroom 4.42m x 3.48m (14'6" x 11'5")

Dressing area 2.40m x 1.02m (7'10" x 3'4")

En-suite 2.51m x 2.29m (8'3" x 7'6")

Bedroom two 4.22m x 3.43m (13'10" x 11'3")

Bedroom three 4.22m x 2.57m (13'10" x 8'5")

Outside

Summer house

Store/worshop area 2.87m x 2.84m (9'5" x 9'4")

Veranda/seating area 3.89m x 2.82m (12'9" x 9'3")

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