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3 bed House - Detached - For Sale
Church End, Bishampton, Pershore, Worcestershire
Guide price £650,000

  • Wealth of period features dating back to circa 1750's
  • Beautiful barn conversion
  • Private rear garden
  • Off street parking for up to three cars
  • Located in the highly sought after village of Bishampton
  • Fabulous village shop
* Detached Barn Conversion of 2,500 sq.ft
* Bishampton Village
* 5 Versatile Reception Rooms
* Three Large Bedrooms
* Three Bathrooms
* Mature Garden of 0.07

A fantastic barn conversion with over 2,500 sqft of beautifully presented accommodation. Church Barn is found at the heart of the thriving and popular rural village of Bishampton. The village has an impressive range of amenities, including a post office and a shop which is also a cafe, Ounce steak house which has taken over the Dolphin Pub, a church, a village hall, a beauty salon and the popular Vale Golf Club, which is situated on the edge of the village. There is a plethora of interest groups surrounding the village from cycling to book clubs, gardening and more. There is easy access to the M5 at Worcester, the M42 to the north and the M40 to the east. Mainline rail services operate from Worcestershire Parkway and Pershore to London and Birmingham.

Situated nearby, there are primary schools within the villages of Flyford Flavell and Pinvin. There is also a wider range of educational facilities in Pershore for ages ranging from nursery/pre-school through to high school and a Sixth Form College at Pershore High School. In Worcester and Malvern, there are a number of highly regarded private schools and the distinguished Bowbrook House School is in the nearby village of Peopleton.

Worcester has a vast array of high street shops, restaurants, public houses, the County Cricket Ground, horse racing on the banks of the River Severn and the hope of the impending return of premiership rugby at Sixways. Good schooling is also well catered for including the renowned RGS Worcester and King's School.

This fabulous barn conversion set in the heart of this immaculate village has a wealth of period features that date back to circa 1750's. Beautiful exposed beams, ceiling timbers and stain glass windows highlight the historic heritage that this property has. Converted in 2000, this property has been sympathetically finished to maximize the versatile accommodation as well as the abundance of natural light allowing the rooms to feel bright and airy.

To the rear of the property is where you find the feature oak doorway that leads through into the tiled floor hallway. Off the hallway you will find the third bedroom which sits adjacent to an ensuite bathroom with decorative tiling and a corner shower. The dual aspect allows for an abundance of natural light to come pouring through; something which is very apparent through the entirety of this property. Secondary from this is the snug with double French doors leading out onto the garden and outside courtyard area. To complete this area of the property you will also find a concealed cloakroom area and a utility room which is perfectly hidden.

From the hallway, a single step leads you into the kitchen which has beautiful stone flooring and extensive range of painted units commissioned by a Royal Worcester Porcelain artist. Belfast sink and one piece slate central island all add to the high level this property has been converted to. Fitted with integrated appliances such as an integral Bosch oven, induction hob with a chrome extractor canopy and a microwave makes it perfect for the home chef amongst us. Located next to the kitchen in the central area is the dining room which take full advantage of the high ceilings, ceiling to floor windows and original beams. Just next to this, you will find a secondary sitting room area with an adjoining study, which could be used as a fourth bedroom.

From the dining room the split staircase leads to the remainder of the living areas on this side of the property. To the right you find the second bedroom with large windows and original beams that take centre stage; there is also an ensuite bathroom with fabulous Karndean oak styled wooden flooring and an airbath. On the other side of the split landing there is the main living room with a beautiful inglenook style fireplace currently with an open LPG fire which stands prominently. Again, large original beams and windows look down on the dining area; perfect for when wanting to entertain.

To complete the living space, off the tiled hallway is a staircase that leads to the master bedroom suite with a luxury ensuite shower room.

Outside doesn't disappoint. Set back off the road, there is a driveway that fits multiple cars. The gated access leads from the driveway where you find a delightful enclosed and secluded rear garden which enjoys the sun all day long; perfect for those warm summer days. The small lawned area is the perfect amount for easy upkeep and is a wonderful area for alfresco dining. There is also a shed 6’ x 10’ and oil tank hidden behind a screen in the rear garden.

Tax Band - G
Services: Mains Water, Mains Electric, Mains Drainage, Oil Central Heating

Administrative Deposit:
Prior to issuing the Memorandum of Sale, Fox Town and Country Homes requires a £1,000.00 deposit payable by the purchaser. This will be reimbursed at the point of completion. If you decide to withdraw from the purchase, this deposit may not be reimbursed and the deposit collected either in part or in full and retained by Fox Town and Country Homes to cover administration and remarketing costs of the property.

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