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Guide price £675,000 2,120 sq. ft.

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A substantial and striking family home dating back to the 1930's and set in an elevated position, enjoying countryside views in the much sought after village of Fladbury.

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  • Impressive family home with flexible reception space
  • Far reaching countryside views
  • Bright and spacious accommodation
  • Highly sought after village with pub, school and shop
This fabulous Worcestershire residence comprises; entrance hall, kitchen, utility room, sunroom, sitting room, dining room, study, w/c. Upstairs are four bedrooms, master with a large en suite and a further family bathroom. Outside, an enclosed rear garden with lawn and patio area, a large sloping front lawn with a feature pond and a double garage with plenty of driveway parking. 2,120 sq. ft.

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The centre of the town is a conservation area, with picture-postcard cottages dotted around the old abbey with desirable Georgian properties and townhouses (Bridge Street and Broad Street in particular have lots of listed buildings). Residents favourite go-tos are said to include the covered market and The Pickled Plum pub, as well as the many independent shops and restaurants.

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