Bishampton, Pershore, Worcestershire

£500,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
Pretty as a picture, Grade 11 Listed cottage in the heart of a popular village

Situation

The historic village of Bishampton lies to the North East of the market town of Pershore surrounded by beautiful Worcestershire countryside and has an excellent community spirit with fine facilities within walking distance including a post office/store, beauty salon, hairdresser, church, public house and village hall. The Georgian market town of Pershore offers a greater range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities and the historic Abbey. The new Worcester Parkway railway station provides easy commuting to London as well as other rural centres. Two M5 motorway access points at Worcester offer easy commuting.

Description

Whitethorn Cottage is picture prefect and sits in the middle of the very popular village of Bishampton. The property originates from the 1630s and since being purchased by the current owner has undergone a total refurbishment and has been rewired,, replumbed, re-plastered and European oak has been used throughout. All the beams have been sandblasted and treated with Osmo oil and most of the doors hand made. The property now has immaculately presented accommodation. The sitting room which is a very light room, has wall and ceiling timbers, Inglenook fireplace with flagstone hearth and log burner. The dining room leads from the sitting Room which is triple aspect and looks out over the front and rear garden. The kitchen is well fitted with gloss fronted cream units with wood effect worktops over and inset sink. There is kickboard lighting, tiled splashbacks and tiled floor. Intergrated appliances include a slim-line dishwasher, oven steam oven, induction hob and fridge, A door opens off the kitchen into a utility which doubles as a cloakroom with a sink on a vanity unit and cupboards and there is space and plumbing for a washing machine and freezer. A further part glazed door leads from the kitchen into the rear hallway which could double as a sunroom. This is a very light room and overlooks the rear garden. The oak staircase rises from the sitting room to the first floor accommodation. The landing could double up as a study area, it was once a third bedroom. There is a double bedroom at either end of the cottage, each having window, Velux lights and fitted wardrobes. The shower room has a large shower cubicle, part tiled walls and veneer walnut flooring, heated towel rail, heated mirror and also cupboards under the eaves to create extra storage space.

Grounds and Gardens

The gardens of Whitethorn Cottage really are a joy. They have been totally re-landscaped by the current owner with steps leading up from the pavement to the front door with a stone wall and lawn to the front surrounded by borders stocked with pretty cottage garden plants. There is also a store room which can be accessed from the front of the property which houses the boiler. To the rear of the property there is a block paved driveway providing parking for two to three vehicles and a five bar gate which opens onto further parking and the garden. The garden again has a neat lawn with beds around the edge which have been planted with pretty flowers and shrubs and mature trees. A path leads to the substantial garden room (Warwick buliding) which would make an ideal home office for those purchasers needing work from home.

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