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Upper Bean Hall,
Bradley Green

Guide price £1,175,000

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An impressive half moated Grade II listed detached period property with an abundance of character standing in gardens and grounds.

Property Snapshot
  • Impressive half moated period property
  • 5,185 sq ft
  • Detached garage block
  • Coach house
  • 6.84 acres
Upper Bean Hall is situated in delightful rural countryside between the large villages of Hanbury and Feckenham, which offer many facilities including a school, public houses and a shop. This stunning country home has a wealth of outstanding period features and a fantastic well-fitted contemporary kitchen. The gardens and grounds extend to about 6.84 acres in total and include a detached garage block, coach house, and a detached summer house.

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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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