An immaculately presented detached family home
located in the heart of this popular village with
fabulous views across to the Malvern Hills.
The historic village of Bishampton lies to the north-east of the market town of Pershore surrounded by the beautiful Worcestershire countryside and has an excellent community spirit with fine facilities within walking distance including a Post Office/store, hairdresser, church, public house and village hall. 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.
Nightingale Lodge has been substantially improved, updated and extended in recent years by the current owners and this is the first time the property has come onto the market in nearly 25 years. The large covered porch runs almost the width of the front of the house and has a useful store cupboard off and the bespoke hand made solid oak part glazed front door leads through to the hallway with engineered American Oak flooring and a cloakroom. The sitting room is spacious with a double aspect having a window to the front and French doors leading onto the rear garden and there is a feature Stovax Riva Avanti log burner with integral log store. Double width glazed doors open to connect the adjacent office/study to the sitting room which is wonderful for entertaining. There is a separate dining room also with engineered American Oak flooring. The breakfast kitchen is fitted with high quality softly curved cappuccino and cream coloured kitchen units with granite worktops. There are numerous slide out units and drawers providing excellent storage and fitted Neff appliances to include a large induction hob, extractor fan, fitted
microwave combination oven, dishwasher, oven with a 'slide & hide' door and an American style fridge freezer. The breakfast area, having seats for four people, has a granite worktop and a pull up EVOline mains sockets port.. The fully glazed Mitre Oak of Worcester oak-framed extension is a stunning feature of the kitchen and has French doors to the rear garden and beautifully exposed roof trusses. This area has underfloor heating and provides a lovely comfortable soft seating area which has a fitted oak storage/TV unit. The adjacent utility room has matching units to the kitchen and there are recesses for the usual appliances and a door leading out to the garden. The half turn staircase leads from the reception hall up to a galleried landing. The master bedroom suite has a Sliderobes room division separating the bedroom from the large dressing area which is fully mirrored on the dressing room side. Views from the dressing room overlook the rear aspect across to the Malvern Hills and there is a large shoe/storage cupboard as well as a large built in Sliderobes wardrobe. The luxury en-suite shower room has a large Matki shower cubicle with power shower, Illuminated mirrored cabinet and heated towel rail. All three further bedrooms are doubles, two having built in Sliderobes and bedroom 2 being dual aspect with lovely views to the Malvern Hills to the rear. The family bathroom is part tiled and has a power filling shower bath with a power shower over, concealed Grohe cistern wc, vanity unit with inset wash basin, heated towel rail and an illuminated mirrored cabinet.
The property sits well back from the road behind a gated entrance with an adjacent brick wall and a mature planted area with specimen trees. The granite chipping driveway provides ample parking for up to six vehicles and there is an attractive detached oak framed English Heritage garage and carport. The bespoke oak framed construction is longer than the standard garage and has solid oak doors and provides garaging for one large car. There is a side storage/workshop area and extensive shelving together with draught proofing, light, power and electric heating and it is fully insulated. The adjacent carport provides parking for a second vehicle and the solar panels to the roof of the rear face of the structure generate a tax-free return per annum and a saving on electric costs. The rear garden is private and secluded with fence screening and is laid to lawn with well stocked borders and three lovely silver birch trees and a feature mutli-stemed silver birch tree. There are two patio areas, one by the house ideal for alfresco dining and the other in the corner of the garden with a summerhouse, an ideal area for enjoying the morning sun. The boiler room is accessed from the patio and houses the Worcester oil fired boiler and has useful additional utility room services having plumbing for a washing machine and extensive shelving.