Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
The Grange is thought to date back to the late 18th Century and is principally constructed of stone beneath a tiled roof. The property has been extended and altered several times over the years and indeed once served as the village Post Office, the legacy of which is still evident in the layout of the ground floor accommodation. The property has a wealth of period features to include flagstone floors, exposed beams and ceiling timbers, exposed stone walls, floorboards and open fireplaces. The accommodation itself briefly comprises: on the ground floor Entrance Porch, Dining Hall with flagstone flooring and a feature fireplace (not currently in use), Sitting Room with open fireplace, Kitchen/Breakfast Room with bay window overlooking the rear garden, Utility Room, Family Room (formerly the old Post Office) with its own front door and Kitchenette and Shower Room. This suite of rooms (Family Room/Kitchenette & Shower Room) offers flexible and versatile accommodation that would lend itself to a variety of uses, with potential as a self-contained annexe, holiday let or home office. On the first floor there is a large Study/Landing, Separate W.C., Two Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom. On the second floor there are Two Further Bedrooms and a Shower Room. Internal inspection of this surprisingly spacious family house is highly recommended.
Honeybourne is a thriving South Worcestershire village that has a church, shop, post office, 2 public houses and a school. The main shopping centres are Broadway or Chipping Campden (each 5 miles), both of which are renowned for their traditional Cotswold architecture, and Evesham (6 miles). The property is well placed for communications with a main line station to London Paddington on the edge of the village whilst Cheltenham and Stratford-upon-Avon, which are both within motoring distance, provide further shopping facilities as well as other cultural amenities.
At the front of the property a paved path leads to the Entrance Porch and main front door as well as a separate door to the side providing further independent access to the ground floor accommodation. A gravelled driveway runs along one side of the property providing Off Road Parking for several vehicles. The garden itself, which extends to approximately a quarter of an acre, is initially laid to a paved patio area with the remainder being laid predominantly to lawn. The garden benefits from a variety of mature shrubs, plants and trees and has an ornamental pond and greenhouse. At the far end of the garden there is a useful detached Timber Workshop/Office with power and light as well as a further timber shed.
All mains services connected, gas fired central heating. The property is rated Band F for Council Tax resulting in a charge of £2376.20 for 2017/18 (Wychavon District Council).
Family Room leading to Kitchenette and Shower Room (Potential for Self-Contained Annexe/Office)
Two First Floor Bedrooms and a Family Bathroom and Study/Landing
Two Further Second Floor Bedrooms and Shower Room
Garden extending to 0.25 acre with useful Timber Workshop
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