Bringsty, Worcestershire, Herefordshire

£725,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
4 bedroom detached modern property in a stunning idylic location with breathtaking views through every window. Peace and quiet at its best whilst still being easily commutable

Situation

Woodfield House is situated in a wonderful setting within the beautiful Bringsty Common. The superb rural location of this property means it is surrounded by stunning countryside on the

Worcestershire/Herefordshire border. Bringsty Common is 220 acres of untouched natural beauty with a myriad of walks and paths over the Common. A 16th Century pub and restaurant, The

Live and Let Live sits in the centre of The Common and is only a few minutes walk away from the property. From every window there are glorious views of the surrounding countryside.

Although tucked away with just a few other houses on the Common the property is still within easy reach of Worcester, Bromyard, Great Malvern and Hereford. All provide a range of extensive amenities and facilities with a choice of highly

regarded independent schools and railway stations providing access to Birmingham and London. Woodfield House really does provide a perfect, peaceful, countryside residence.

Description

The property is entered by a part glazed front door which is protected by a pitched porch roof. The generous light hallway has a tiled floor with oak doors leading off into the ground floor

accommodation. The large sitting room is dual aspect benefiting from an abundance of light and has a feature Inglenook fireplace with a raised floor with slate tiles, heavy oak beam over and Efel multi-fuel stove. The engineered oak flooring

continues through into the dining area which could be used for many other purposes. The stunning kitchen is an extension of the dining area and is extremely well fitted with a Stoneham

bespoke kitchen made out of knotted oak set underneath eye catching Orinoco granite work surfaces. The kitchen has some wonderful features including curved doors and corners.

Integrated appliances include a Siemens induction hob with extractor hood above, double electric microwave oven, one being a steam oven with a warming drawer below. There is also

an integrated dishwasher. A walk-in pantry provides lots of extra storage space. The curved centre island has extra storage cupboards and drawers with the same Orinoco granite over.

There is a tiled floor which continues through into the utility room which has units, sink and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. A glazed door opens onto the rear garden. Since purchasing the property the current

vendors have added the fabulous brick and oak garden room which is a particular feature of the property and is a beautiful space for making the most of the views over the garden and surrounding countryside. There are windows to two sides and double doors opening onto the terrace. This is an absolutely fabulous room for entertaining at any time of year and is currently used as a dining room but could be a second sitting room. Off the garden room a door opens into the extremely generous study which has the same engineered oak flooring, is dual aspect and has multiple sockets, switches and Cat 6 cabling and oak library shelving. Off the main hallway there is a further room currently used as a study, this could also be used as a snug, children's play room or ground floor bedroom. The cloakroom is next door to it and this area could be utilised for a family member unable to use the stairs. The first floor accommodation is extremely light and bright with a galleried landing. The generous master bedroom overlooks the rear of the property and has a walk-in wardrobe and en-suite which is well fitted with a shower, sink and WC, tiled floor and part tiled walls. There are three further well proportioned bedrooms and a generous family bathroom with bath with shower over, sink on a vanity unit and part tiled walls.

Gardens & Grounds

The property is approached over a long track driveway which is shared by six properties on The Common. The property itself is accessed via double gates onto a gravelled driveway providing

parking for numerous vehicles. There is a detached double garage which has power and lighting. The garden wraps all around the property with an area with a vegetable patch ,

orchard and pond. To the rear of the garage is a shed and greenhouse. The main lawn slopes gently down to a substantial pond and wild flower area with paths mown through.

The land continues down to the brook with a section fenced off with mature trees creating a wooded area. Around the property is a block paved path and large terraced area ideal for outside dining and entertaining with a brick built barbecue and log store. The garden has a wealth of wildlife and interesting species of flowers such as wild orchids, and glow worms. It really is the

most beautiful setting for the purchaser who wants peace and quiet and to enjoy nature at its best.

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