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Pansington Farm Barns, Titton, Stourport-On-Severn

3 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | £389,950


  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Reception Room
  • Half Acre Garden

A Charming Three Bedroom Barn Conversion Within A Small And Picturesque Courtyard Featuring Half Acre Gardens Bordered By Brook To The Rear And Enjoying Superb Elevated Rural Views. Available With No Upwards Chain.

* Spacious 18' Kitchen/ Diner
* Range Of Integral Appliances
* Utility Room
* Through Lounge With Gas Replica Log Burner
* 16' Master Bedroom With Exposed Timbers
* Bathroom With White Suite

Entrance Hall 1.42m x 0.99m (4'8" x 3'3")

Kitchen/ Diner 5.54m x 3.20m (kitchen)/ 4.90m (max)(diner) (18'2"

Utility Room 1.65m x 1.60m (5'5" x 5'3")

Lounge 4.90m x 3.02m (16'1" x 9'11")

Bedroom One (rear) 4.90m x 2.79m (min)/ 3.78m (max) (16'1" x 9'2" (mi

Bedroom Two (front) 3.91m (max) x 2.82m (12'10" (max) x 9'3")

Dressing Room/ Bedroom Three 2.82m x 1.96m (9'3" x 6'5")

Bathroom 1.98m x 1.88m (6'6" x 6'2")

This delightfully situated barn conversion is situated in a pretty courtyard comprising only four converted barns together with the original black & white timbered farmhouse, creating a most desirable rural setting whilst being easily accessible for commuters to all local commercial centres.

The panoramic countryside views from the rear patio are stunning, with the westerly aspect benefiting from the afternoon and evening sunshine. Large lawned gardens slope down to a brook at the rear boundary, the plot extending to approx 0.5 acre.

Converted circa 2005 the property features a number of authentic touches such as ledge & brace interior doors with Suffolk latches, wooden framed double glazed windows and high pitched ceilings to the first floor exposing the roof timbers.

The 18' kitchen/ diner is arranged as two distinct areas, with wood laminate flooring to the dining area and a staircase leading off to the first floor.

The kitchen area has a tiled floor and cream range of wall and base cabinets, complementary work surfaces with tiled splashbacks, one-and-a-half bowl sink unit and integral Belling electric oven, four ring gas hob, hood and under-counter fridge.

The utility room continues through with the same themed floor tiles and cream cupboard doors concealing a Candy washing machine and under-counter freezer, plus door out to rear garden.

The through lounge measures over 16' in length, featuring a quarry tiled hearth and gas replica log burner, with scenic views to the rear.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms and bathroom with tiled floor, wall tiling to half height and white suite comprising low level wc, pedestal hand basin and P-shape bath with curved screen and shower attachment off taps.

The master bedroom is of good proportions, including in-built double plus single wardrobes, connected by a bridging dresser top. The room features a Velux skylight plus attractive fully opening porthole style window, capturing lovely rural views to the rear.

The second bedroom also includes an in-built double wardrobe and useful loft storage space accessed from a high wall door skylight plus Velux skylight, whilst the third bedroom offers additional versatility for use as an en-suite dressing room by virtue of a door connecting to the master bedroom as well as its own independent door from the landing.

Outside, to the rear of the property is a full width paved patio terrace with timber garden shed. Beyond the patio lie two small level lawned areas with wrought iron balustrading. Steps lead down through a gateway to the extensive rear garden which is bordered by post and rail fencing and leads down to a small brook.

There is private car parking space immediately to the front of the property, and a further designated space in the additional general parking area at the other end of the courtyard.

Tenure is freehold. Mains electricity and water are connected, with drainage to a shared septic tank. LPG central heating is serviced by a Worcester Bosch boiler. Council Tax is payable to Wychavon District Council rated as Band E.

The property has a pedestrian right of way from the far end of the courtyard, with a path looping around to provide an alternative front-to-rear access point, via a gate halfway down the rear garden.

Viewing is essential for those seeking a country lifestyle setting whilst being very conveniently situated within easy reach of the town.

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