Bishampton, Pershore, Worcestershire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
An important Grade II listed detached family home situated in a prime position in this sought after village location


Bishampton is surrounded by beautiful Worcestershire countryside and has excellent local amenities within walking distance to include a village hall, post office and village store, beauty salon/hairdresser, church and the newly opened Ounce at the Dolphin public house and restaurant. Pershore offers a greater range of shopping, recreational and educational facilities and has the historic Abbey and surrounding park with the River Avon providing added leisure activities. A main line railway station provides easy commuting to London as well as other rural centres. Two M5 motorway access points at Worcester offer easy commuting to Birmingham and the West Midlands and to the south west. The nearby village of Flyford Flavell has a primary school, with a middle school close by at Pinvin. Worcester and Bromsgrove have further excellent state and private schooling.


Available with no onward chain for the first time in nearly 60 years this Grade II listed gem of a period property is situated in a prime position in this sought after village offering scope for changes and modernisation. The timber framed property is believed to date back to 1629 and is 'H' shaped in plan and has a wealth of period features to include gabled ends with original bargeboards which have guilloche and vine carvings. The accommodation has a seamless flow and provides versatile family accommodation.

The reception hall has a separate cloakroom and the adjoining dual aspect dining room has a feature lias stone wall and exposed beams some of which are open to the hallway. The family room overlooks the front of the property and has a

stunning original inglenook fireplace and a decorative carved central ceiling beam. The adjoining open plan reception room at the end wing of the house is triple aspect and has lovely exposed beams and an original fireplace together with a door to a secondary staircase to the first floor. A garden room at the rear of the property has a tiled floor and doors opening onto the rear garden together with a stable door through to the breakfast kitchen. The kitchen overlooks the rear garden and has a range of pine wall and base units with granite worktops, a Rosieres range cooker and a recess for a dishwasher. The verandah to the side provides excellent storage with extensive louvre fronted cupboards together with a utility area and the Worcester oil fired boiler. On the first floor there are four generous double bedrooms one of which has a vaulted ceiling with superb exposed timbers together with exposed floorboards. There is a family bathroom with a coloured suite and the adjacent family shower room has a fully tiled Bristan shower cubicle.


Set back from the road behind a yew hedge and a rose clad pergola there is a well stocked flower border and a lawn to the side with a path of cobbled sets leading to the front and side of the property. The beautiful private rear gardens are predominantly laid to lawn with attractively planted flower borders and mature trees. The south east facing patio area is ideal for outside seating and al fresco dining. A detached Victorian summerhouse incorporates useful garden stores and a study which is perfect for homeworking. To the side of the property there is a shared driveway which leads to a parking area and the detached garage and adjoining open fronted carport.

Agents Note

This property belongs to a Fisher German Partner.

01905 813787

Fisher German - Worcester

1 Kings Court, Charles Hastings Way, Worcester

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