A distinctive, part black and white timbered and part Victorian brick former farmhouse, complete with large gardens, a self-contained annexe and newly built double garage/workshop.
Considered to be one of the oldest properties in the village, West End Farm has evolved over time with a substantial two storey wing added during the Victorian period and later C20th additions. The present owners have improved the property considerably, extending and updating the cottage/annexe and adding a substantial garage building with workshop area, attached greenhouse and games room/office over. Amounting to over 3,500 sq ft internally the accommodation is versatile and well-suited to family living with with well-proportioned rooms which includes a magnificent sitting room with a large feature fireplace and conservatory off, a separate dining room, a cosy TV/family room and a modern fitted kitchen/breakfast room; upstairs there are 5 double twin bedrooms served by 4 bath/shower rooms to include 2 ensuites.
Sedgeberrow is a sizeable village located about 3 miles south of Evesham, within easy reach of a wide range of shops and a mainline railway with services to London Paddington (under 2 hrs). Local amenities include The Queens Head Inn and a first school, which recently received an Outstanding Ofsted Report; this feeds into Bredon Hill Middle School and in turn to Prince Henry's, Evesham. The property is well-placed also for Cheltenham (approx. 12 miles) and the M5 motorway at Tewkesbury (approx. 7 miles).
The house is set well within the plot behind a low brick boundary wall and front garden with mature trees. A gateway and drive leads to the house and garage beyond with a separate gated entrance to the cottage. The gardens wrap around the house with well-stocked beds and borders, lawn, ornamental pond and many specimen trees affording a high degree of privacy. Orchard area and designated vegetable plot with raised beds. GARAGE - Substantial garage building with automatic doors, cloakroom and internal stairs to a games room etc. over. Attached to the side of the garage is a Victorian style greenhouse.
The main house is rated Band G for Council Tax and the annexe A, resulting in an annual charge of £2732.28 and £1092.91 for 2018/19. All mains services connected with the exception of gas. Bottled gas for cooking, and oil fired central heating in both main house and annexe.
4 bathrooms (ensuite to master)