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Yew Tree House,
Worcesterhire

Guide price £695,000 2,550 sq. ft.

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A delightful modern home in an incredible rural location with far-reaching countryside views.

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  • Incredible rural location
  • Far-reaching countryside views
  • Double garage part used as an office
  • Ample reception rooms
  • Large private garden to rear
A wonderful four bedroom family home with ample reception rooms encompassing approximately 2,000 sq. ft. of accommodation. There is a large private garden to the rear of the property and ample parking to the front and as an added benefit. Available by separate negotiation a paddock of approximately 3.1 acres. Guide Price: Offers Over £30,000.

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The town made it to The Sunday Times list of best places to live 2018 - based on factors such a schools, culture, community spirit and, vital for 21st century living - broadband speed! CS Lewis, the famous 'Chronicles of Narnia' author is a famous former resident and a lamppost in the town is said to have inspired the opening scene for 'The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe'.

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