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The Pleck,
Feckenham

Guide price £812,500 2,368 sq. ft.

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About the property

A stunning country retreat in idyllic rural setting offering equestrian facilities and grounds in the region of 5.42 acres.

Property Snapshot
  • Country retreat
  • Idyllic rural setting
  • Equestrian facilities
  • Great train connections
  • Private gated entrance
  • Foundations laid for a four bay garage
Well-presented accommodation consisting of porch, reception hall, sitting room, study, conservatory, breakfast kitchen, boot room, master bedroom with en suite and dressing room/bedroom 5, 3 further bedrooms, family bathroom, garage. Equestrian yard with outbuildings and paddocks. Around 5.42 acres. 2,368 sq. ft.

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12 of the town's finest roundabouts were once featured on a calendar and became notorious after featuring on the Graham Norton Show! In its time the town had been the centre of the needle making industry which can still be enjoyed at a visit to the Forge Mill museum.

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