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Hayes View,
Bewdley

Guide price £750,000 4,209 sq. ft.

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About the property

An exceptional barn conversion situated in the most delightful rural setting with views of the river and Severn Valley steam railway.

Property Snapshot
  • Fantastic rural views
  • Around 1/2 acre plot
  • Close to historic Arley village
  • Over 3,500 sq ft of accommodation
Offering a vast array of versatile accommodation, with great room sizes throughout and many character features. Includes newly refitted family kitchen, 28ft living with impressive Inglenook fireplace and wood burner, 3 other reception rooms, impressive master bedroom with dressing area, en suite and amazing views. Gated drive for multiple vehicles, large secluded gardens. Curtilage listed. 4,210 sq. ft.

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Debbie Fellows

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If you're renovating a property come and talk to me and I'll put the kettle on – I've been working on mine for the last 25 years and know the Farrow and Ball paint chart off by heart! I'm also a keen cook, my hero is Tom Kerridge – and love long walks provided there's a pub at the end, a welcome for my mini schnauzer Bertie, and plenty of gin! I'm very proud to be at the heart of a friendly but incredibly professional and successful team in what we see as a town with a real sense of community.

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