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Wannerton House and Farm Estate,

Guide price £3,690,000 8,071 sq. ft.

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A superb country property with a powerful presence, around 8,071 sq ft, with a detached four bedroomed house and a ring-fenced estate comprising farmhouse, woodland, arable, pasture and deer park in all totals around 273 acres. Available in two lots or as a whole.

Property Snapshot
  • Dominant and powerful principal residence
  • Secondary accommodation for staff/relatives
  • Derelict farmhouse and useful farm buildings
  • Small estate on the edge of Blakedown
  • 272 acres of farmland, pasture and woodland
  • Huge potential for future improvement
This incredible property is a complete gem, it sits discreetly in the North Worcestershire countryside within its ring-fenced farm estate. The 272 acres includes mature woodland, arable, pasture and a deer park. In addition to the substantial main house there is a nearby cottage, a three storey farm house (requiring renovation) and a range of agricultural buildings. Call Andrew Grant Country Homes to book your viewing.

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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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