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Bellington House is a significant Grade II Listed period property thought to date back to the 15th Century

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  • 19 acres of land
  • Rural location
  • Modern decor and styling throughout
  • Barn conversion provides offices and storage
  • Woodland
  • Trout pond
  • Hard surface tennis court
  • Pasture land and stables
Primarily timber frame with painted brick and rendered infill with red roof tiles and a substantial chimney stack to the centre. The property, although discreetly hidden, has been noted in Pevsner's Historic Buildings of England. Today it is a wonderful family home, renovated to an extremely high standard and set in the most beautiful Worcestershire countryside with many amenities just a short drive away.

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