High Street, Inkberrow

£585,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
**OPEN FOR VIEWINGS AND VALUATIONS 7-DAYS A WEEK. SATURDAYS 10-4PM AND SUNDAYS 10-2PM** This beautifully presented four bedroom detached period property which has been lovingly renovated and re-modelled throughout by the current owners with great attention to detail and superb quality of finish. With over 2,160 sq. ft. of living accommodation and set in a plot approaching one quarter of an acre, the oldest parts of Ivy House (known locally as The Old Bakery) are believed to date back to the 1750's with parts of the original house believed to be built using stone from on older hall in Moreton. The main entrance into the property is in the original Georgian end of the house and leads into a stunning reception hall with lovely Inglenook fireplace and flagstone floor. The light and airy sitting room also has an Inglenook (made from local Inkberrow stone) and French oak flooring. The kitchen is fitted with quality oak units with granite work surfaces, central island, Falcon professional cooker, NEFF dishwasher, washing machine and retro style fridge freezer. A separate dining room has an open fire with Edwardian mantel surround. There is a further reception room on the ground floor which provides a flexible space for use as an office, snug, children's play room or second sitting room. A rear hallway (with cloakroom) provides a second entrance into the property from the drive. The gallery landing can only be described as imposing with its vaulted ceiling, fitted oak cupboards and elm flooring. Bedrooms one and two have access into the jack and jill bathroom with a further shower room accessed from the landing. There are two useable cellars (one accessed from the kitchen, the other from outside). Detached double garage. South facing rear garden. VIEWING IS ESSENTIAL TO FULLY APPRECIATE THIS CHARACTER PROPERTY WHICH PROVIDES A SPACIOUS AND PRACTICAL MODERN FAMILY HOME IN A COMMUNAL SOUGHT AFTER VILLAGE LOCATION.

Front

The main entrance into the property is in the original Georgian end of the house where there is gated access into the garden. At the other side of the house is a drive (providing parking for two or three vehicles) where there is also a second entrance into the rear hallway of the property. A gate at the top of the drive leads to the double garage with further parking for two vehicles.

Entrance

Solid wooden entrance door. Two fitted cloaks/storage cupboards. Slate flooring. Glazed double doors into the rear garden. Radiator. Telephone point. Door leading into reception hall.

Reception Hall

11' 11'' x 11' 9'' (3.63m x 3.58m)

Double glazed sash window to the side aspect. Inglenook with exposed brickwork, wrought iron grate and ambient lighting. Fitted storage cupboards. Original flagstone flooring. Radiator.

Sitting Room

16' 8'' x 14' 11'' (5.08m x 4.54m)

Dual aspect double glazed windows. Beautiful inglenook (with local Inkberrow stone and original Georgian quarry tiled hearth) with cast iron Franco Belge Camarge clean burn multi-fuel stove and oak mantle beam. Exposed brickwork on one wall. French oak flooring. Two radiators.

Kitchen

14' 6'' x 10' 11'' (4.42m x 3.32m)

Dual aspect double glazed windows. Range of oak wall and base units surmounted by granite work surface, up stands and splash backs (wall units with down lights and soft close on all cupboards and drawers). Oak central island/drawer unit. Falcoln Rangemaster cooker (with three ovens, warming oven and grill) with extractor hood over. Integrated NEFF dishwasher and washing machine. Retro style cream fridge freezer. Belfast sink with mixer tap. Cupboard housing Bosch gas-fired combination boiler (fitted in 2008 and serviced annually). Slate flooring. Ceiling with sectional lighting and original Georgian feature meat hooks. Radiator. Double wooden doors into the cellar.

Dining Room

13' 10'' x 11' 9'' (4.21m x 3.58m)

Double glazed sash window to the side aspect. Glazed hardwood doors into the garden. Cast iron open fireplace with Edwardian wooden surround. Oak flooring. Fitted cupboards. Two radiators.

Office/Snug

11' 10'' x 9' 3'' (3.60m x 2.82m)

Double glazed sash window to the side aspect. Chimney breast with cast iron Franco Belge Montford multi-fuel stove with oak mantle beam (which is original to the house) and slate hearth. Elm flooring. Radiator.

Rear Hallway

Handmade oak door with leaded glass window. Slate flooring. Radiator.

Cloakroom

Double glazed window to the side aspect. Vanity wash hand basin with granite work surface. Low flush w.c. Slate flooring. Extractor fan. Radiator.

Cellar

12' 1'' x 9' 0'' min (3.68m x 2.74m)

Steps down from kitchen. Light and power.

Imposing Gallery Landing

16' 1'' max x 13' 5'' max 4.90m x 4.09m)

Vaulted ceiling with exposed beams and Velux windows and further double glazed window to the side aspect. Fitted oak cupboards. French oak flooring. Two radiators.

Master Bedroom

15' 1'' x 11' 9'' (4.59m x 3.58m)

Dual aspect double glazed windows. Fitted oak wardrobes. Further fitted storage cupboards. Elm flooring. Two radiators.

Jack and Jill Bathroom

11' 5'' x 9' 9'' (3.48m x 2.97m)

Double glazed window to the rear aspect. Roll top bath with claw feet and mixer/shower head tap. Walk in shower cubicle with mains fed dual shower head. Pedestal wash hand basin (with hard wired illuminated vanity mirror above) and low flush w.c. Tiled splash backs. Travertine tiled floor with under floor heating. Extractor fan. Shaver point. Radiator/heated towel rail. Exposed beams.

Bedroom Two

16' 11'' x 11' 11'' max (5.15m x 3.63m)

L-shaped. Double glazed windows to the side aspect. Two radiators. Pitch pine flooring.

Bedroom Three

12' 3'' x 9' 5'' (3.73m x 2.87m)

Double glazed window to the side aspect. Feature fireplace with cast iron grate. Elm flooring. Exposed beams. Access into loft (small storage area only). Radiator.

Bedroom Four

9' 9'' x 8' 0'' (2.97m x 2.44m)

Double glazed window to the side aspect. Pitch pine flooring. Access into loft (small storage area only). Radiator.

Shower Room

Double glazed window to the rear aspect. Walk in shower cubicle with mains fed dual shower head. Pedestal wash hand basin (with vanity mirror above) and low flush w.c. Tiled splash backs. Travertine tiled floor. Radiator/heated towel rail.

Detached Double Garage

19' 3'' x 18' 10'' (5.86m x 5.74m)

With two sets of double wooden doors to the front. Further door to the side aspect. Light and power.

South Facing Rear Garden

The rear garden is enclosed by fencing with two gated side accesses (one leading directly to the front of the property and one onto the drive). The garden is predominately laid to lawn with a variety of mature planting and a block paved patio seating area. There are exterior hot and cold water points and electricity power points.

Cellar Two

A further useable cellar area is accessed from the front of Ivy House.

About Inkberrow

Inkberrow is a communal and pretty village situated on the A422 midway between Worcester and Stratford upon Avon. Amenities within the village include St Peter's Church; village and church halls; Doctor's surgery; mobile library; Post Office; village store; First School (Ofsted rated outstanding) and Millennium Green.

Additional Information About Ivy House

Ivy House has been completely renovated and re-modelled throughout with great attention to detail and superb quality of finish. A prime example of which is that the property has handmade oak and pine ledge and brace doors throughout with hand wrought Suffolk latches and hinges. Flooring includes original flagstone, French oak, elm and pitch pine. Quality fitted oak kitchen and quality fitted bathrooms.

The property was re-roofed in 2007. The exterior was painted in 2016. The back of the house was double glazed in 2011, the rest of the house in 2007. The property was re-wired with a new central heating system in 2007.

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