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Manor House,
Worcester

Guide price £1,750,000 9,608 sq. ft.

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About the property

A stunning and distinguished family home with feature design details, extensive family living space, triple-aspect orangery, plus over 4 acres of land with detached cottage annex

Property Snapshot
  • Triple aspect orangery
  • Outdoor alfresco dining areas
  • Detached triple garage
  • Detached cottage
  • 4.31 acres
This unique property has it all, from a detached cottage annex with its own cinema room and outdoor dining kitchen, to an orangery with views over acres of lawned gardens with patio and decked areas, pond, small orchard and putting green. Entered through a magnificent hall with split staircase, the property offers up to nine reception rooms and seven bedrooms, with an emphasis on creating size and light. The luxurious master bedroom enjoys two dressing rooms and bathroom with feature slipper bath. Outside the triple garage has a home office and a gymnasium on the first floor.

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