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An exceptional multi-purpose home with detached 2-bed bungalow in the beautiful Worcestershire countryside.

Property Snapshot
  • Semi-rural village location
  • Great access for M42
  • Detached 2-bed bungalow
  • 10m outdoor heated pool
  • Bespoke kitchen/family room
  • Games room with snooker table
  • Conservatory
  • 5-acre paddock
  • 6 stables and tack room
  • Landscaped gardens
  • Hot tub
With generous living space, upstairs and downstairs bedrooms and bathrooms, as well as a large 2-bed self-contained detached bungalow - this home needs to be viewed to fully appreciate the variety of lifestyle options available. The current owners have invested significantly in this home's infrastructure, making improvements and efficiencies to its operation, including replacing the pump for the outdoor pool, the cover for the hot tub, the oil tank to the bungalow, installing solar panels, and repurposing the gardens with distinct areas to make it more enjoyable and manageable.

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