A stunning period home situated in a glorious countryside position, with paddock (available by separate negotiation) and cottage accommodation. Main hall, sitting room, dining room, kitchen, study, conservatory, four bedrooms, family bathroom, downstairs shower room. Cottage: one bedroom, bathroom, sitting room, kitchen. Gardens and grounds approx. 0.5 acres. Adjoining paddock of around 1.13 acres available by separate negotiation. EPC=F. 2,672 sq. ft. Wayside occupies a wonderful position off a country lane. It sits amongst open countryside, which commands wonderful countryside views towards the Malvern Hills. The Teme Valley is renowned for its walking, riding and country pursuits, yet being perfectly accessible for the market towns of Tenbury, Bromyard and Ludlow, as well as the cities of Worcester and Hereford. The surrounding villages are dotted with traditional pubs, farm shops and primary schools. Tenbury provides a wide range of shopping facilities, whilst Ludlow is renowned for its restaurants. For schooling it should be known that the renowned Abberley Hall Prep School is only a short distance away. There is excellent private schooling in Hereford and Worcester, whilst the fantastic golf course at Upper Sapey is only 4 miles away and under new ownership; it is located close to the popular Baiting House pub. Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb is nearby and claims to be one of the oldest motor car race circuits in the country. The M5 is easily accessible at either Worcester or Droitwich. The property is entered through beautiful part glazed doors and into the magnificent hall (which used to be the former forge). This wonderful room has oak floorboards and a splendid red brick fireplace with a Clearview log burning stove set within it. Immediately adjacent to the drawing room also with oak floor boarding and staircase that rises up to an occasional guest bedroom. To the centre of the house there is a dining room with a bay window with box seating within it, as well as another log burning stove set within a redbrick-herringbone patterned fireplace on red quarry tiling. Gardens and Grounds The property is approached off a quiet country lane and onto a gravelled driveway which splits onto the main parking area which has a box hedge perimeter. The other fork in the driveway leads up to a very useful pole utility barn ideal for dry storage, pony or small livestock stabling. Within the garden there is a very sweet red brick and tiled potting shed and there is a level lawn area with a stile over a post and rail fence into the orchard and paddock. The garden has a variety of mature shrubs, trees and plants. To the front of the property there is another small gravelled area as well as a front lawn and much privacy is encompassed from the surrounding hedgerow. In all the gardens and grounds comprise of up to 1.644 acres. A second front door is located near to the downstairs WC and shower room. Also on the ground floor there is a study with dual elevation. Wayside Forge has a lovely fitted kitchen with a red quarry tiled floor and wall mounted kitchen units incorporating a recess to where a bread oven used to exist. There are also some integrated appliances including extractor hood, electric four hob cooker with integral oven and grill, plumbing for a dishwasher and a sink with draining board. Adjacent to the kitchen there is a conservatory also with red quarry tiled floors and floor and wall mounted kitchen units. It makes an excellent breakfast room. The first floor has three double bedrooms each with their own character and design, two with fitted cupboards and the master bedroom has a pretty cast metal fireplace set within a chimney breast. The bedrooms are serviced by a family bathroom which has a corner bath, hand wash basin, WC and is panelled to dado height as well as tiling around the bath and sink. “Adams Cottage” is attached to the principal dwelling and provides a unique opportunity for someone to enjoy a holiday let business or indeed as accommodation for a dependent relative such as a granny, au pair or teenager. In short it comprises of a small kitchenette area with electric hob, cooker with extractor hood and electric oven and grill below. There is plumbing for a washing machine and has a small airing cupboard with boiler with quarry tiled floor and a glass paned door leads into a small sitting room which flows into the double bedroom which is adjacent to its own bathroom which is tiled to dado height and has a bath top, hand wash basin, WC, towel rail and a shower over the bath.
5 bd Tenbury