High Street, Inkberrow, Worcestershire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Extended and improved detached house offering flexible accommodation in a prime edge of village location. NO ONWARD CHAIN


The picturesque Worcestershire village of Inkberrow enjoys a thriving community with a good range of local amenities including a village green, St. Peter's Church, two public houses, a post office, general stores, village hall and thriving sports clubs. In addition, Inkberrow First School, with an outstanding Ofsted, and a doctor's surgery are a short walk away from the property. More extensive shops, amenities and schooling are available in Worcester, Pershore, Alcester and Stratford. For the commuter the M5, M42 and M40 motorway are readily accessible. Rail services are available in Evesham, Pershore, Worcester, Redditch and Stratford with Warwick Parkway and Birmingham International about forty minutes away.


Ashmead was originally built in 1998 and has been extended and improved by the current owners to create a comfortable family home with adaptable accommodation. The reception hall has been extended to join the garage to create a superb airy space flooded with light from roof and front-facing windows. A further addition is an impressive loft conversion, which lends itself to a variety of uses, either sitting room, games room or as a fifth bedroom.


The property is approached over a tarmacadam driveway to the double garage which has electric doors, pitched roof space and door to the reception hall. Paths on either side of the house and access to the attractive rear garden laid to lawn with raised beds and various seating areas. Brick store housing the central heating boiler.

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