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- 5 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Spacious Barn Conversion
- Four Bedrooms, Master With En Suite
- Period Property With Character And Charm
- Grounds Extending To One Acre
- Two Fenced And Gated Paddocks
- Two Separate Stable Blocks And Hay Store
- Detached Double Garage And Ample Parking
- Viewing Highly Recommended
A Spacious And Versatile Barn Conversion Believed To Originally Date Back To Circa 1700 With Period Character And Charm In The Popular Hamlet Of Kinnersley, Set In Grounds Extending To Approximately One Acre With Equestrian Facilities And Surrounded By Open Farmland. Accommodation Comprising; Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Wonderful Light And Spacious Sitting Room, Master Bedroom With En-Suite, Three Further Bedrooms, Converted Attic Room And Family Bathroom. LPG Heating. Outside Comprises; Detached Double Garage, Ample Private Parking, Two Fenced & Gated Paddocks, Two Separate Stable Blocks, Feed Room, Hay Store, Vehicle Hard Standing/Yard. EPC Rating D (56).
Location & Description
The property is located in the charming small hamlet of Kinnersley which has the benefit of a public house, The Royal Oak, and is located approximately 3 miles from Upton upon Severn, 11 miles from Malvern and 8.5 miles from Worcester. Access to Junction 1 of the M50 is approximately 6 miles distant which links to the M5 motorway. There are also mainline railway stations located at both Worcester and Malvern and a new station due to open at Worcester Parkway shortly.
The Holt stands in a fabulous rural location in the popular and much sought after hamlet of Kinnersley. From its position, this end of terrace barn benefits from wonderful views across the surrounding open farmland, offering mostly southern aspects to its garden and paddocks. Offering newly erected (2019) stabling, alongside two separate fenced and gated paddocks, The Holt is sure to appeal to a prospective purchaser requiring an attractive property with superb equestrian facilities attached. Thought to date back to circa 1700 and converted in 1992 to three separate dwellings, the living accommodation provides a wealth of period character and charm, coupled with modern and tastefully finished kitchen and bathroom amenities. Exposed wooden doors with antique style wrought-iron latches throughout add to the rustic style of the barn. Accessed via a private gravelled driveway bordered by a grass bank and hedging to one side (neighbouring properties have right of access over) and through a five bar vehicle gate into the attractively landscaped private parking area for The Holt offering ample space for several vehicles and leading to the detached double bay garage. Side gate offering access to the rear grounds of the property and through to the adjoining stable area, yard and paddocks. Positioned behind the gravelled and pretty fore garden, this characterful property is set beneath a pitched tiled roof, wood frame walls and detailed base brick work. Stone paving leads to the double glazed stable-door style hardwood front door with matching double glazed side panel. Timber frame, open canopy porch with roof over running along the main part of the front of the barn.
Hardwood timber stable-style front door opening onto the stone floored hallway. Exposed beams. Ceiling light and radiator. Cupboard housing electricity meter and phone point.
Low level WC, wash hand basin, partly tiled surround. Exposed wall beams, radiator, extractor fan and ceiling light.
Dining Room - 3.8m (12.46ft) × 3.13m (10.27ft)
Hardwood double glazed window overlooking the front of the property. Exposed wall beams. Ceiling light and radiator.
Breakfast Kitchen - 4.6m (15.09ft) × 3.11m (10.2ft)
A light room with hardwood french style patio doors opening out onto the rear garden. Additional hardwood double glazed window to the side. Range of base and wall units with soft-close drawers and pull-out larder style cupboard with granite composite worktops over and upstands. Under cupboard lighting. Eye-level integrated Zanussi double oven. Siemens Induction hob with stainless steel corner extractor hood over. Integrated dishwasher and washer/drier machine. American style Samsung fridge freezer. Glass display shelving, partly tiled splash backs. Ceiling light and stone flooring.
Sitting Room - 6.5m (21.32ft) × 7m (22.96ft)
A large, spacious and light room with two sets of hardwood windows overlooking both the front and rear of the property and a further two sets of single patio doors with glazed panel windows either side, looking out to the side of the property, with views towards the paddocks, gardens and open land beyond. Offering a fantastic space with which to enjoy the views, the room also benefits from a wealth of exposed beams, large open brick-built inglenook fireplace with beamed mantle above and stone hearth. Open under stairs storage area with feature bread oven. Inset ceiling spotlights and radiators. Stairs rising to first floor;
Return staircase with half landing. Door way to outside stone barn steps leading down into the rear garden. Velux window to rear. Exposed ceiling and wall beams. Ceiling light.
Radiator. Ceiling light. Loft hatch with ladder. Exposed beams. Airing Cupboard with wooden slatted shelving.
Master Bedroom - 4.5m (14.76ft) × 6.45m (21.16ft)
A spacious double bedroom with feature sloping ceilings and a wealth of exposed beams. Two double glazed windows overlooking the side of the property, towards the paddock/stables and views beyond. Velux window to rear. Ceiling lights. Radiator.
En suite Bathroom
Low level WC with built-in storage and surface over. Shower cubicle with glass door and wall mounted fitted shower. Wash hand basin with mixer tap and touch light mirror over. Fully tiled walls and floor. Velux opaque glazed window to front of property. Inset ceiling spotlights. Wall mounted ladder style chrome heated radiator. Exposed beams.
Bedroom Two - 3.75m (12.3ft) × 3.62m (11.87ft)
Two double glazed windows to the rear, overlooking the gardens. Exposed beams. Radiator. Ceiling light.
Bedroom Three - 3.83m (12.56ft) × 2.71m (8.89ft)
Double glazed window to front of property. Exposed beams. Ceiling light and radiator.
Bedroom Four - 2.73m (8.95ft) × 2.04m (6.69ft)
Currently being used as a study. Exposed beams. Double glazed window to rear. Ceiling light and radiator.
Fully tiled floor and walls. Low level WC with built in storage cupboard and surface over. Wash hand basin with storage unit under. Mixer tap. Whirlpool bath with Jacuzzi jets, mixer tap over and separate hand held shower. Shower screen over. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Exposed beams. Velux opaque glazed window. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail.
Attic Room/Bedroom Five - 5.67m (18.6ft) × 3.9m (12.79ft)
Door way from landing leading through to stairs rising to the converted Attic Room; A useful and flexible room with two Velux windows to the rear of the property, positioned at low level so as to take full advantage of the superb views. Exposed beams throughout. Sloped apex ceiling. Radiators and ceiling light.
The attractively landscaped and private grounds of the property mainly lie to the rear and side with views towards the paddocks and equestrian facilities. The rear garden is well established with mature trees and shrubs, winding paved pathways on different levels, stone walling and ornamental ponds. Several paved patio areas provide differing areas in which to be able to sit and relax. Wooden gate to front of property and driveway. Gated access through to stabling facilities. External lighting. Water tap. Septic tank (shared with neighbouring properties)
Double Garage - 5.31m (17.42ft) × 6.5m (21.32ft)
With side access directly from the garden. External security lighting. Light and power. Shelving and hatch through to additional loft space.
Constructed in 2019. Accessed directly from the garden area; concrete hardstanding, outside tap STABLE 1 measuring 5.58m x 3.72m, with feed room at the rear measuring 1.8m x 3.62m. HAYSTORE, measuring 3.6m x 3.6m STABLE 2 divided into 2 boxes, both measuring 3.72m x 3.72m Gate to further hardcore area for utility vehicles and manure storage, beyond which is a further wooden 5 bar gate providing vehicular access to a right of way which runs alongside the property leading back to just beyond the driveway entrance. TWO PADDOCKS; with secure post and rail fencing and gated access.
We have been advised that mains electricity and water are connected to the property. LPG heating; there are 3 tanks located on the neighbouring property's rear garden. Drainage via a septic tank shared with 2 neighbouring properties and located within The Holt's grounds. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant local authority. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending occupiers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.
Intending purchasers will be required to produce identification documentation and proof of funding in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017. More information can be made available upon request. John Goodwin FRICS has made every effort to ensure that measurements and particulars are accurate however prospective purchasers/tenants must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the accuracy of the information provided. No information with regard to planning use, structural integrity, tenure, availability/operation, business rates, services or appliances has been formerly verified and therefore prospective purchasers/tenants are requested to seek validation of all such matters prior to submitting a formal or informal intention to purchase/lease the property or enter into any contract.
We are advised (subject to legal confirmation) that the property is freehold.
COUNCIL TAX BAND "F" This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.
Energy Performance Certificate
The EPC rating for this property is D (56)
By appointment to be made through the Agent's Upton upon Severn Office, Tel: 01684 593125
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From the Agent's office in Upton upon Severn proceed over the river bridge towards Pershore continuing to the junction with the A38 Worcester to Tewkesbury road. Turn left towards Worcester and follow this road for approximately two miles and as you start to go downhill bear right, signposted to Kinnersley. Follow this route towards the village for approximately half a mile and then take the lane on the right hand side, as marked by the Agent's pointer board, continue along the lane and then pass directly in the front of the farmhouse on the left hand side, continue straight on along the drive and the property will be found directly ahead of you, as shown by the Agent's for sale board.
Upton upon Severn
Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire