Stony Furlong Lane, Eckington, Pershore, Worcestershire, WR10


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  • Bedrooms: 5
The front door opens to the entrance hall and a staircase, above which is a glazed pitched roof.

The drawing/dining room has three sets of glazed double doors opening to the rear garden terrace and two sets of glazed double doors opening to the front gravel terrace set behind the brise soleil. Two picture windows are set either side of the fireplace.

Further reception rooms include a study and family room, the latter with double glazed doors opening to a Juliet balcony.

The kitchen/breakfast room is fitted with a Wren kitchen and includes a large island incorporating a breakfast bar and Corian worktops. The family room and kitchen are linked by an inner hall, off which is a wet room and a door to the cloakroom. Off the inner hall is also the utility room.

The master bedroom has picture windows, a door to the veranda, a dressing room and an en suite. Three further bedrooms have doors to the veranda and the guest bedroom also has an en suite shower room. Two of the bedrooms have ladders up to space for a raised mezzanine bed/storage space. The fourth bedroom has double doors to a Juliet balcony. The family bathroom has a bath and separate double shower.

To the front is gravel parking in front of the double garage. To the rear is a paved east and south facing terrace with a view of the countryside. The rear lawn includes a grassed bund, behind which is a sweeping gravel path, a timber summerhouse, attached garden store, two raised vegetable beds and a paved seating area.

Pershore 4 miles, Worcester 15 miles, Cheltenham 15 miles, M5 (J9) 7 miles (all distances approximate).

The Fold is situated on the edge of Eckington off a peaceful no-through lane.

Village amenities include a church, village hall, primary school, store, public house, Eckington Manor restaurant and cookery school, playing fields and a cricket club. It is set beneath Bredon Hill in this popular part of the Worcestershire/Gloucestershire borders.

Pershore offers everyday shopping, whilst Cheltenham has its horseracing, Stratford its Shakespeare Theatre and Worcester its county cricket and horse racing.

The Cotswolds with their villages and towns are just to the east and Great Malvern with its famous hills to the west.

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 and the property is in the catchment area for Prince Henry's.

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Knight Frank - Worcester

5 College Street, Worcester, WR1 2LU

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