Distances are calculated in a straight line and may not reflect actual travel distance.
This is one of our Equestrian Properties.
This is one of our Country Houses
EQUESTRIAN - Constructed of brick under a tiled roof and dating from the 18th Century, Bushy Hill was converted in 2007 creating a stunning modern family home taking full advantage of the southerly aspect
and open views. The property provides versatile accommodation with high ceilings throughout. There are two distinct but linked parts with a single storey wing providing the option of creating a separate self-contained annexe if required but serves equally well as a guest wing. A bespoke kitchen is the centre of the house with full height
windows, seating area with log burner, a two oven electric Aga and Aga module, central oak island and integrated Meile appliances including dishwasher, combination oven, fridge and a wine cooler.
A large dining room adjoins this area from where double doors open to the well-proportioned drawing room. The ground floor also provides a utility room off the kitchen and a very useful boot room and cloakroom off the main hall. There are four double bedrooms in the main barn served by three bathrooms to include a superb en-suite bathroom off the main bedroom. The bedrooms have great character with full height ceilings and enjoy superb distant views.
This property is featured by our Equestrian department.
Bushy Hill is situated in a truly rural location on the border of Worcestershire and Gloucestershire between Honeybourne and Mickleton, near the foot of the Cotswolds escarpment. There are good local facilities in both villages approximately 1 and 3 miles distant. The larger centres of Stratford upon-Avon, Worcester and Cheltenham are all within easy motoring distance and a mainline railway station in Honeybourne provides a regular service to London Paddington.
The grounds are a particular feature, amounting to over 14 acres (approximately) and bounded by natural hedges with grassland subdivided in part with post and rail fencing. An electric gate opens onto the home drive which leads down to a parking area at the front of the house and sweeps round to the rear. Formal gardens to the front planted with roses, box hedging and lawn; vegetable plot at the rear with raised beds and poly-tunnel. To the rear is a timber stable block with concrete apron comprising four loose boxes and hay store. Within the front paddock is a natural dew pond with willows.
Mains water and electricity – the water runs into a holding tank from where it is pumped into the house ensuring good pressure.
Oil fired central heating with under floor heating to most areas on the ground floor. Private drainage. The property owns the majority of the drive over which a right of way exists for the neighbouring land owner who contributes to maintenance costs. Rated band G for Council Tax.
4 Reception Rooms
Superb Family Kitchen
4 Bathrooms (1 Ensuite)
In all approx 14 acres
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