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Lower Sconch Cottage,
Worcestershire

Guide price £658,000 1,572 sq. ft.

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About the property

Enchanting cottage in a beautiful secluded location. Including outbuildings you'll get a total of around 2,526 sq. ft. of living space. Adjacent paddock may also be available by separate negotiation.

Lower Sconch Cottage is an attractive period property, originally constructed in the 1700s. The current owners have installed a superb bespoke kitchen and have stripped the beams throughout. The large open-fronted garage/general store with spacious studio/office above could be utilised as further accommodation or for holiday lets, subject to the necessary consents being obtained. The cosy dual aspect beamed sitting room, in the original part of the cottage, is home to a lovely inglenook fireplace featuring the original bread oven and wood-burning stove. Outside there is a small fruit orchard of heritage varieties of apple, pear and plum and a stable block comprising a stable and tack room/hay store and which has electric and water supplies. A level paddock is available by separate negotiation. Planning permission has been granted for a single storey extension to create a further sitting room or annexe with en suite bathroom.

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George Pickard

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I have been in property for over 20 years and I’m a third generation property specialist. Property runs through my blood and I get excited about the variety of homes, plots of land, development opportunities and auction lots that I get to see each day. My dream would be to sell large chalets in the French Alps so I can combine my two favourite things selling houses and skiing!

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