Trimpley Lane, Shatterford, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12


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  • Bedrooms: 5
The garden room has picture windows and a quarry tiled floor.

The drawing room has a working fireplace with a stone surround and hearth and a picture window with views of the garden and distant countryside.

The dining room is served by a refitted kitchen.

The study links the original part of the house with the later modernist extension.

The integral garage includes a gardener's W.C., windows and a glazed door opening to the veranda and paved terrace. The garage offers potential to be converted into additional living space subject to obtaining the relevant consents.

Within the original part of the house the master and guest bedrooms enjoy French glazed doors opening to a south facing balcony. There is also a further bedroom, family bathroom and a shower room.

The modern extension could very easily be utilised as an annexe and includes two double bedrooms, a large dual aspect sitting room, family bathroom and a separate W.C.

The main southerly facing garden is beautifully landscaped and is arranged in various compartments to create interest. To the front of the modernist extension is a veranda and a large south facing terrace.

Adjacent to the kitchen garden is an all-weather tennis court.

Adjoining the front garden of Myndholm is a large orchard/paddock enclosed by an iron railing fence.

On the western side of the driveway and concealed by a band of trees is a sloping field with independent road access and a water trough.

Myndholm sits in a very private position, surrounded by beautiful North Worcestershire countryside and is located between the village of Shatterford and the hamlet of Trimpley.

Bewdley and Bridgnorth offer excellent shopping, restaurants and schools in wonderful positions beside the River Severn. They are also home to Severn Valley railway stations and fine golf courses.

Excellent access to the M5 makes Birmingham and its conurbation commutable. Regular trains run from Kidderminster, Droitwich and Worcester with connections to Birmingham and London.

A range of local attractions and events are on the doorstep with fishing and boat trips along the River Severn, Bewdley Museum and the West Midlands Safari Park.

Local footpaths and bridleways provide access to the surrounding countryside including riverside walks and lovely walks in the nearby Eymore Wood and also around Trimpley Reservoir.

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