Broadheath, Worcestershire


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  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated down a quiet, country lane overlooking open countryside, this beautifully refurbished four bedroom, two bathroom family home, is like stepping into the pages of an interior magazine. An ideal entertaining home, with stables, large workshop, wrap-around garden and private driveway. Internal viewing is highly recommended.


Some properties just ooze charm, and offer a warm welcome West Villa is one such family home. An interior that looks like it has stepped out of the pages of an interior magazine; An extended Victorian property which retains original and character features whilst refurbished to offer a sympathetic yet contemporary and bright feel.

Four bedrooms, two bathrooms, with an eat-in bespoke built kitchen with an air of country lifestyle. Two sitting rooms, study, utility, plentiful storage and a wrap-around garden. Stable and large workshop.

Property description

Park in the driveway and walk up the path to a lovely oak-framed porch that starts an amazing journey through a family home that has been totally refurbished by the current owners. The entrance porch leads you into a reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor, where windows offer the space a bright natural light. The first Sitting Room is located on the right, with oak flooring and an original exposed red brick wall in which the fireplace houses a new multi-fuel stove (DEFRA approved) sat on quarry tiles. This leads into the large, bright family kitchen with bespoke floor and wall units, large larder cupboard, electric range cooker, Belfast sink and reclaimed brick tile flooring which is underfloor heated. Currently housing a large dining table as well as sofa seating area, it really is the heart of the home. A comfortable and inclusive open family space with double glass doors leading to the morning suntrap patio area of the garden. Off the kitchen is a utility room with reclaimed tiles and underfloor heating which houses a plumbed American style fridge, ice machine and Belfast sink. Perfect as a boot room, the stable door offers an alternative entrance into the home. A separate guest cloakroom in this area currently houses the washing machine and tumble dryer. The snug, is an alternative sitting room, with a cosy feel with brand new multi-fuel stove, oak flooring and a glass door, once again leading directly into the garden. A useful study is also found off the heart of the home, with an idyllic view into the front garden. The upstairs comprises of a central hallway leading to four double bedrooms, one of which retains a cast iron fire grate. There is also a separate dressing room with floor-to-ceiling double railed cupboard storage.

The magnificent Master bedroom and it's en-suite shower room has a beamed and vaulted ceiling, a large storage cupboard and it's windows face in three directions providing far reaching views across the open countryside. The recently installed family bathroom has striking porcelain tiles, a doubled ended roll top bath with overhead shower, Victorian style washstand sink and classical wall panelling.


Like the inside, the garden is a great entertaining space and wraps itself around the property. There is a large covered veranda, for those days when the English summer is a little wet, yet the day is warm. Bespoke raised beds boast mixed Mediterranean evergreen plants, and whilst there is a freshly built vegetable patch, the current owners have opted for a low-maintenance, more contemporary landscape. The garden has lawn to three sides, with various options for seating areas to follow the sun throughout the day. There is a large brick and timber stable outbuilding, an ideal and very large home office space option, with a hard standing dining area. Adjoined to this is a large workshop/tack room offering abundant storage and alternate gateway to access from the bridle path. .


There is a gravel driveway offering two parking spaces.


Mains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired heating. Solar Panels.

Malvern Hills District Council Band E.


Hanley Broadheath is a thriving small friendly community, yet within 5 miles of the shopping centre of Tenbury Wells. Hanley has a village hall which offers Flicks in the sticks, a Friday produce market, village suppers, Yoga, Pilates and art classes are also held in the village hall. The village is situated approximately 5 miles from the ancient market town of Tenbury Wells, a thriving market town which lies on the south bank of the River Teme, the border between Shropshire and Worcestershire, north-west of the Malvern Hills District. From here there is good access to Worcester and the M5 Motorway.


From Tenbury Wells take the B4204 towards Rochford, continue through proceeding into Hanley Broadheath. Turn right into Rectory lane (sign posted Hanley Childe and Stoke Bliss). Proceed along the lane the property can be found on the left hand side.

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