Kenswick Manor, Kenswick, Lower Broadheath, Worcester, WR2

£395,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
2 Kenswick Manor is accessed from the main communal front door and hallway into its own hall, with cloakroom.

The kitchen has cream, floor and wall mounted units and cabinets. There is an integrated dishwasher, American fridge freezer, induction hob with electric double oven and a washing machine. French doors, with original shutters, provide delightful views over the garden and ponds to the front of the house.

The drawing and dining room is one of the most interesting rooms in the building as it has Elizabethan panelling taken from Wichenford Court by the Britten family.

The carved fireplace is also made of oak and has a coat of arms on the overmantle, dating from around 1600. There are also sash windows and French doors into the garden, both with the original shutters. The panelling also hides a drinks cupboard.

On the first floor, the master bedroom has an en suite bathroom with spa bath and shower.

There are two further double bedrooms both serviced by a family shower room. The first floor corridor has an airing cupboard and ample fitted wardrobes.

2 Kenswick Manor benefits from two dedicated parking spaces. Visitor parking is also available.

The property has its own garden which can be accessed through French doors in the drawing room.

As well as its own garden, there is part ownership of the 7 acres of parkland and orchard surrounding the Manor House.

Worcester 4 miles, Martley 3 miles, M5 (J7) 7 miles & (J5) 15 miles, Birmingham 30 miles (All distances are approximate)

Kenswick Manor is a period country house which has been carefully divided and developed into an exclusive neighbourhood.

Kenswick is situated between the villages of Lower Broadheath and Martley, both offer schooling, public houses, several restaurants and community shops. Martley also has a petrol station and gym.

For more extensive social, cultural, and retail amenities the City of Worcester is very accessible. Worcester can also offer a variety of leisure facilities including horse racing, premiership rugby, and county cricket.

Railway lines from Worcester run direct to both Birmingham and London.

Worcestershire is renowned for its excellent schools for all age groups. Kenswick is in the catchment area for the Chantry High School, rated outstanding by OFSTED.

Kenswick Manor sits within its own parkland of about 7 acres.

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