Summary of Features
Detached house, built 1949, requiring refurbishment throughout (1,697 sq ft)
4 good sized bedrooms and family bathroom
Kitchen/breakfast room, separate utility room & WC
3 reception rooms, 2 with open fireplaces
4 acres of pastureland, large garden, detached timber garage
Mileages: Defford & Upton-upon-Severn 3 miles, Pershore 5 miles, Tewkesbury 8 miles, Worcester, Evesham & Malvern within 11½ miles, Ledbury 14 miles, Droitwich 16½ miles, Cheltenham 17½ miles, Stratford-upon-Avon 25 miles, Birmingham 40 miles Road: M50 (Jct 1) 5 miles, M5 (Jct 8) 7 miles Railway: Pershore, Worcester, Evesham Airport: Birmingham (44 miles), Bristol 67½ miles
In all about 4¼ Acres.
Earls Croome is a village and parish falling within the Malvern Hills District, south of the City of Worcester and is mentioned in the Domesday Book in 1086 as Crumba. Surrounded by attractive Worcestershire countryside, farmland and areas of woodland, the property is situated in a sought after rural location with good road and rail links to the larger towns and cities, and direct line from Pershore to London Paddington in about 2½ hours.
Baughton Hill Farm House
Perfect opportunity to acquire a substantial, detached family home offering a variety of options for refurbishment and extension, subject to the necessary consents. The property retains some original features, including parquet flooring, floorboards, quarry tiled floors. There are 2 working open fireplaces in the property, which could be updated with the installation of wood or multi-fuel burners. The 4 double bedrooms all enjoy tremendous views over the land and surrounding countryside.
The property is approached via a private lane leading to a gated entrance and ample parking. Mature gardens are mainly lawn bounded by established hedges and post and rail fencing, and offer scope for keen gardeners. The land is situated to the rear of the property and is good, level to gently sloping pastureland. The property enjoys fabulous, panoramic views over the surrounding countryside and beyond. Traditional brick outbuilding, large timber double garage/workshop and garden shed.
Mains electricity (currently metered). Mains water (shared with neighbouring farm; will be metered). Private drainage (septic tank). Oil-fired central heating. Broadband available but not connected.
Malvern Hills District Council: 01684 862151.
Band B; (£1,620.21 2017/18).
This property is not Listed.
The property has a right of access over the private drive, which is owned by the neighbouring farm.
Primary: Defford-cum-Besford C of E, Upton-upon-Severn C of E, Eckington C of E Secondary: Hanley Castle High School, Pershore High School. Further information available at: www.herefordshire.gov.uk Independent: Worcester, Malvern and Cheltenham all have some excellent independent schools. Further information available at: www.isc.co.uk
The nearby market town of Upton-upon-Severn provides a variety of amenities to suit most-day-to-day requirements, including a doctors surgery, dentist, a variety of shops, cafés and pubs. The historic Georgian town of Pershore also provides a good range of amenities including a leisure centre and cinema, and a range of independent shops and a supermarket. More extensive retail, leisure and cultural facilities are available in Tewkesbury, Evesham, Worcester, Cheltenham and Birmingham.
Village hall at Defford runs a variety of clubs and societies, as well as social gatherings. Many fine walks in and around the area including the National Trust-owned and historic Croome Court, which is also open to the public. There are sports clubs in Upton and Pershore and the nearby town of Evesham has an active rowing club and hosts an annual River Festival. For keen boating enthusiasts, Marinas can be found close by at Defford and Upton-upon-Severn. The Three Counties Showground hosts a variety of events throughout the year.
There are a network of bridleways available close by. The area has a strong equestrian industry and there are a number of equestrian centres in the area which offer schooling, cross country courses and events. Hartpury College (18½ miles) is host to a variety of national and international events, demonstrations and renowned in the equestrian industry for its courses. The Three Counties Showground at Malvern. Racecourses are at Cheltenham, Stratford-upon-Avon and Worcester.
WR8 9DG (please note that the postcode will not take you to the property)
From Upton-Upon-Severn head south out of the town on the A4104. After about 0.9 mile and upon reaching a T-Junction, turn left onto the A38 signposted Worcester and Pershore. After a short distance take the first right turn signposted Pershore, Earls Croome and Baughton (A4104). Continue along this road for about 1.7 miles then at the top of the hill turn right onto a private, concreted drive (see the pointer board). Continue along the drive for a short distance and the property will be found on the left-hand-side.
By prior appointment via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341.
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