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Monkwood Cottage,

Guide price £395,000 1,466 sq. ft.

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About the property

A delightful Grade II Listed cottage set in a generously sized plot with wrap around gardens and panoramic views of the Worcestershire countryside, around 1,534 sq. ft.

Property Snapshot
  • Grade II listed cottage
  • Worcestershire Countryside views
  • Many original features
  • Close to Hanbury Hall National Trust property
Monkwood cottage is a delightful Grade II Listed mid-17th century cottage. Extended to the rear around 1980. The property benefits from many original features such as doors, exposed beams and large inglenook fireplace. Monkwood cottage is set in a very generously sized plot with large wrap around gardens. There is a large double garage which had planning permission in 2013 to demolish and re-build as a single garage and additional two bedroom family accommodation. The property also benefits from panoramic countryside views. This lot is subject to a Buyer's Premium of 1.5% plus VAT of the eventual sale price, payable whether the property is bought on a private treaty or auction basis, and whether pre, during or post auction.

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