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A wonderful home full of character in a rural Worcestershire location.

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  • Village location
  • Double garage
  • Off-road parking
  • Wonderful gardens and grounds
  • Utility room
  • Cloakroom
  • Master with ensuite
  • Two dressing rooms
  • Self-contained 1-bed flat
A wonderful home full of character in a rural Worcestershire location. This superb property includes a reception hall, two reception rooms, a kitchen, utility room, boot room, four bedrooms with an ensuite to the master, two dressing rooms and a family bathroom. Additionally there is the extra benefit of a one-bedroom self-contained apartment. Outside, there is an in and out driveway, plenty of parking and a double garage, landscaped gardens and grounds, a cart house and a field shelter. Available by separate negotiation is a 1.2 acre paddock.

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