Broad Lane

Bishampton

Guide Price £650,000

A charming GII listed family home in the heart of Bishampton.

This stunning residence presents a unique opportunity to own a spacious family home full of fantastic GII character features. The property is wonderfully kept yet offers buyers the chance to add their own decorative flair.

The traditional, country style kitchen has a good amount of cupboard and worktop space as well as an integrated dishwasher, electric oven and a traditional oil-fired Rayburn. There is also the added benefit of a separate utility room with access to the garden. The sunny dining room has a striking inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers with plenty of room to entertain family and friends. Following on from the dining room is a central reception hall with a lovely flagstone floor, an inglenook style alcove, stairs to the first floor and access to the porch and front garden. The large family sitting room is flooded with light from both sides and again enjoys a large central fireplace characterful beams and French doors overlooking the garden.

On the first floor, the long landing leads off to four bedrooms and a four piece family bathroom with vanity storage. The double guest bedroom enjoys its own en-suite shower room as well as some more exposed timbers. The master has views over the rear garden and benefits from built in wardrobes, as does bedroom four. The third bedroom is currently set up as a study.

Outside is a fabulous rear garden with a large lawn playing host to many mature shrubs, flower beds and trees as well as a patio area bordering the rear of the property. There is a superb vegetable garden with a composting area, potting shed and green house.

To the front of the property is a pretty Cotswold stone wall with decorative box hedging and a walled, gravel driveway leading to a detached double garage with power, light and storage space above.

Bishampton lies approximately 6 miles from Pershore and is surrounded by picturesque Worcestershire countryside

Key Features

1.   GII listed property in a pretty village location
2.   Full of character with exposed timbers and fireplaces
3.   Short walk to pub, shop, post office and village hall
4.   Beautiful gardens with impressive vegetable plot
5.   Deatched double garage with storage above
6.   Flexible reception rooms ideal or family living
7.   Schooling for all ages is accessible via a school bus to Flyford Flavell First School and a first school in nearby Fladbury
8.   6 miles to Pershore and 7 miles to Evesham