Pepper Street, Inkberrow, Worcestershire, WR7

£1,250,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Off the drawing room and large master bedroom suite are glazed French doors opening to balconies enclosed with a glass balustrade.

The kitchen/breakfast room and dining room also have glazed French doors opening to the gardens and the drawing room and study each have a working fireplace with a fine stone surround and hearth.

The fitted kitchen/breakfast room includes granite worktops and a solid wood worktop to the large island. There is a dual fuel Rangemaster oven with a hood above and a range of integrated appliances. The utility room has space for an American fridge freezer and a washer dryer.

The bathrooms are well appointed and include a ground floor wet room, a master en suite with a walk-in shower and roll top bath, a family bathroom with a walk-in shower and spa bath, and a guest bedroom en suite with a corner shower. There are four double bedrooms including a guest suite and master suite.

Electric entrance gates open to a paved drive that sweeps down to the paved parking in front of the integral double garage.

The formal lawned gardens wrap around the house and mainly extend in a westerly direction towards a high laurel and hornbeam hedge, which conceals a public footpath that crosses the grounds north to south. Beyond the footpath is a mown paddock with a spring-fed wildlife pond, which has an island and abundance of wildlife.

There are a range of mature trees throughout the gardens and grounds and to the north of the house is an area of woodland.

Worcester 12 miles, Stratford-upon-Avon 14 miles, Cheltenham 30 miles, Birmingham 23 miles (distances approximate).

Pepper Cottage is situated in a private position in the village of Inkberrow, within a conservation area. It enjoys far-reaching views from its elevated position across its grounds and the countryside beyond.

Inkberrow offers excellent local amenities including public houses, village hall, parish church, doctors with a pharmacy, highly regarded primary school, post office, village shop, hair and beauty salon, along with tennis, football and bowls clubs.

The M5 is accessed at Junctions 5, 6 or 7 making the West Midlands and Bristol conurbations easily accessible. The M40 provides good access to London.

Trains run regularly from Worcestershire and Stratford-upon-Avon to Birmingham and London, whilst Evesham provides a fast train service into London Paddington.

Local paths and bridleways provide excellent access across the surrounding countryside.

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