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Stockton House,
Worcester

Guide price £1,595,000 7,864 sq. ft.

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About the property

This stunning William & Mary style home, dating back to the late 17th Century, is richly deserving of the attention it immediately commands.

Property Snapshot
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  • Immense country residence
  • 7.82 acres
  • Teme valley location
  • 7,864 sq ft
Throughout the property you'll find in places some of property's most sought-after features - restored oak flooring, full length sash windows, a spiral staircase leading to a galleried landing, large rooms flooded with light, a drawing room with a full height vaulted ceiling, period fireplaces, fire surrounds and radiators. Outside, the curvilinear Dutch gables typical of the period ensure a stately presence; the current owners have invested in reroofing using reclaimed materials, repointing in traditional lime mortar, and restoration of guttering, to maintain its stature. Glorious gardens include a drinks lawn, wildlife pond and abundant spring flowers, specimen trees and paddocks. Wisteria frames the library window; the master bedroom enjoys distant views of woods, fields and Stanford Bridge church; a brook runs along the far boundary of the property. This Teme Valley home is worthy of respect, and likely to inspire love.

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