New Road, Eckington, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
The entrance hall has oak flooring and doors to a cloakroom and a laundry cupboard.

The open plan sitting/dining room has a part vaulted ceiling with skylights and features oak flooring, bi-folding doors opening to the rear terrace and a picture window adjacent to the fine Minster Bath stone fireplace, fitted with a Clearview log burner.

The kitchen has been re-fitted with a Harvey Jones handmade kitchen and numerous appliances. Off the kitchen is a charming breakfast room.

Off the rear lobby is a utility room with kitchen cupboards and space and plumbing for a separate washing machine and tumble dryer. From the utility room, a door opens to a store room.

The master bedroom enjoys French glazed doors opening to the rear decked terrace and the dressing room is fitted with a range of wardrobes and an en suite with underfloor heating.

The three further double bedrooms are served by a tastefully fitted shower room.

To the front, double 5-bar gates open to paved parking for several cars. There is access at either side of the house to the rear garden. There is also a greenhouse which is heated and includes an irrigation system.

The private rear garden is south facing and there is a raised decked terrace with climbing vines bordered by box hedging. From here, steps lead down to the lawn.

There is a concealed vegetable garden with raised beds and productive raspberry plants.

Accessed off Jarvis Street is the detached double garage, along with gravel parking in front.

Pershore 4 miles, Worcester 13 miles, Cheltenham 14 miles, M5 (J9) 7 miles (all distances are approximate).

Cherry Hey is situated in the village of Eckington which has a church, primary school, store, two public houses with restaurants and a cookery school. It is set beneath Bredon Hill in the Cotswold area, in the Worcestershire/Gloucestershire borders.

Pershore offers everyday shopping, whilst Cheltenham has its horseracing, Stratford its Shakespeare Theatre, Worcester its county cricket by the Cathedral and horse racing on the banks of the River Severn.

The Cotswolds with their villages and towns are just to the east and Great Malvern with its famous hills to the west. There is also excellent walking and riding over Bredon Hill.

There is good access to the M5 at J7 Worcester and J9 Tewkesbury. Direct trains run from Pershore to London and Birmingham.

There is an excellent range of schooling in Cheltenham, Malvern and Worcester as well as the nearby Bredon School.

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