A wonderfully furnished and completely flexible rental property in a delightfully peaceful Teme Valley location. Inclusive of bills.
In Shelsley Beauchamp, furnished but furniture and extra rooms subject to negotiation.
Tudor House is located within the glorious Teme Valley, a popular area of west Worcestershire and within a highly desirable village that always attracts keen interest. Shelsley Beauchamp has its own church and village hall. Local amenities can be found at either end of the village either at Stanford Bridge, where there is the small shopping centre just by the bridge, which includes a delicatessen, a butcher and a general crafts store amongst other attractive amenities. To the other end of the village is Martley, which has a village shop with post desk, petrol station, garage, public houses and a local Church of England School, for which this property would fall into the catchment area, which then filters into the well-acclaimed Chantry School. Worcestershire is a county blessed with many schools and the property is suitably located for Abberley Hall Preparatory School, rgs Worcester, King’s School Worcester and the Malvern Hills private schools.
Tudor House is delightful accommodation adjoining the beautiful period Church House. It is situated at the far end of the property and has its own gated entrance onto the private gravel parking and seating area. The property has independent access into a hall area over polished red quarry-tiled floor; there is a desk area as well as a door that leads into a downstairs WC with wash-hand-basin.
A part-glazed panelled door opens up into the magnificent kitchen/breakfast room, with full-height vaulted ceiling showing the delightful exposed beams to the Tudor end of this magnificent house. The recently constructed kitchen includes oak veneer-panel-fitted cupboards with a large Belfast sink with brass mixer-tap. Integrated is a demi–dishwasher, a freezer and oil-fired Rayburn unit with oven, grill and twin hobs. Also within this room there is a magnificent period wood-burning stove. From the kitchen a part-glazed and -panelled door opens in concertina fashion to allow access into the pantry/utility, where there is a washer-dryer and a fridge-freezer as well as shelving and beautiful cupboard storage space. A carpeted staircase rises and turns onto a galleried landing where an empty chamber with mirrored ceilings has double-cupboards on either side, and double-doors open into what could be allocated as bedroom one or a first-floor living/dining-area. This has three doors, one of which opens into the Jack-and-Jill bathroom, wash-hand-basin and a roll-top claw-foot bath with shower over and a Jack-and-Jill door arrangement, allowing access into bedroom two, where the accommodation is divided from the main house.
Arrangement only by prior discussion and agreement.
If tenants require further accommodation there is also a door onto corner stairs which rise up onto a second floor, where bedroom three and four can be identified; both with a cupboard with hanging rail and a panelled door with Suffolk latch opening into an en-suite bathroom with basin and bath with shower attachments.
Agent note: There are variable options with this property, it can be rented furnished, part-furnished, or unfurnished and an option to let additional space if required as indicated above. Tenants are responsible for removals/storage and associated aspects subject to agreement.