Knighton-On-Teme, Tenbury Wells
£600,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
This wonderful extended 3 bedroom detached bungalow sits in a lovely rural setting, well away from main roads with a scattering of properties nearby. Outside the property benefits from generous driveway parking, triple garage, workshop and immaculate gardens and grounds extending to 1.5 acres. Accommodation benefitting from double glazing and oil fired heating briefly includes: Large Reception Hallway, Living Room, Garden Room providing dining area and secondary seating area, Kitchen / Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, 3 good sized Bedrooms, En-Suite Shower Room and a House Bathroom. EPC Rating D

Knighton on Teme is a rural village surrounded by beautiful Worcester countryside yet is an easy drive into the popular town of Tenbury Wells which has a good range of shopping, recreation and educational facilities.

Recessed Porch

with front door and matching side window opening to

Spacious Reception Hallway

with oak effect flooring, large access to roof space with a drop-down ladder, coat cupboard with hanging rail and shelf

Living Room

with extensive ceiling down lighters, feature fireplace with wood burning stove fitted. Large sliding doors to front elevation with a lovely view across the garden and to the surrounding countryside. Large opening through to

Beautiful Garden Room

6.50m x 3.46m (21'3 x 11'4 )

with high ceiling and exposed oak timbers, 2 double glazed roof windows and 2 sets of doors onto a raised decked area overlooking the gardens, further window to frontage. There is oak flooring and the room has a large dining space with a secondary seating area

Kitchen / Breakfast Room

4.40m x 3.66m (14'5 x 12'0 )

with 2 windows overlooking the rear garden, room for table and chairs and fitted with a range of units with heat resistant work surfaces and tiled splash backs, 1 bowl single drainer sink unit, electric hob with extractor positioned above, electric oven below and integrated fridge freezer

Utility Room

2.60m x 1.65m (8'6 x 5'4 )

with range of matching units with cream fronts, heat resistant work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine, door to

Rear Porch

Cloakroom

with window to rear, tiled floor and a suite of wc and wash hand basin

Bedroom 1

6.50m x 3.50m (21'3 x 11'5 )

which has been extended by the current vendors and has a ceiling cornice in the bedroom area, opening then through to

Dressing Area

with roof window and double doors to rear garden, door through to

Bedroom 2

4.10m x 3.50m (13'5 x 11'5 )

with coving and window to front elevation with this lovely view

En-Suite Shower Room

2.06m x 1.40m (6'9 x 4'7 )

with window to rear side, tiled floor and a modern suite in white of wc, wash had basin with vanity cupboard and walk-in shower with multi-head shower fitted

Bedroom 3 / Study

3.10m x 3.05m (10'2 x 10'0 )

with window to frontage and coving

Bathroom

3.00m x 2.26m (9'10 x 7'4 )

with 2 windows to rear elevation, fitted with a modern suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower attachment, large double width shower cubicle with electric shower fitted, tiled floor, extensively tiled walls and door into airing cupboard housing the hot water cylinder and shelving

Outside:

The property is approached up a quiet country lane onto a good-sized tarmacadam driveway which provides extensive parking. Off the driveway and sitting underneath the bungalow is a Triple Garage, 1 half having an electrically operated up and over double door and the other having a standard up and over door. The garaging has light and power fitted, at the rear of the garage is an excellent workshop which also has light and power fitted and radiator. The gardens are in 2 parts. The first section of garden wraps round the bungalow with a bricked pathway passing a paved seating area with ornamental pond and waterfall. There are well established borders with trees, plants and shrubs and mature hedging denoting boundaries. There is then a lawned garden with rose bed and topiary hedging, second seating area in the corner with well established borders and a monkey tree, large raised decked seating area off the garden room overlooking the gardens whilst to the rear there are paved pathways and seating areas, lawn, greenhouse and a garden shed. Sitting to the side of the bungalow the oil tank can be found and a further shed whilst also to the frontage there is a raised seating area taking in a lovely view .

The second area of land sits on the opposite side of the lane, the first part being open plan with sweeping lawns and a delightful pond. There is a stream that meanders through this area of land, a productive vegetable area with raised beds, soft fruit section, a potting shed and a smaller garden shed. At the back of the kitchen garden there is a small orchard with trees that include: Plum, Apple, Pear and Cherry. Pathway then leads to an area which the current vendor mows, however, they used to keep horses on this section so could easily be re-established and there is a timber built stable with store area on this section of land. At the bottom of this land there is a coppice of mature trees.

Services:

Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators via an externally housed Worcester oil fired boiler, windows are double glazed with a mixture of upvc and hardwood windows. There is also a wood burning stove in the living room

Directions:

From Tenbury Wells, proceed East on the A456 Tenbury to Worcester Road passing the Peacock Inn on your left hand side and after a short distance you will see Taltrees Stoves establishment on your left, take the tuning immediately after on the left signposted Aston Bank. Follow this lane for approximately 1 mile until you come into the 30 mile speed signs then take the immediate right hand turn and the house in on the junction as indicated by the agents for sale sign.

Local Authority:

Malvern Hills District Council

Council Tax Band

Band - E

Tenure:

The property is freehold

Viewings

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