Droitwich, Worcestershire

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A detached south facing bungalow with renovation and modernisation potential situated in this much sought after rural location together with gardens and grounds extending to 6.41 acres


Rushock is a popular rural area enjoying some of Worcestershire's finest countryside. The area is very well located for the towns of Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Kidderminster which offer a good range of shops, and leisure facilities. For the commuter there is good access to the M5 motorway at Junction 5 which is 5 miles away for access to Central Birmingham, the M42 and for the south. Birmingham International Airport and the NEC which are approximately a 35 minute drive away. Rail services are available in Bromsgrove, Droitwich and Kidderminster. The area is also sought after for its close proximity to good schooling, including the renowned Bromsgrove School, Winterfold House School and both The Royal Grammar School and Kings School in Worcester.


This is the first time that the property has come to the market in over sixty years. It is understood to have been built in the 1950s with later extensions added in the late 1950s and 1960s. The property is a substantial detached bungalow offering fantastic modernisation and renovation potential.

The current accommodation comprises an entrance hall with part oak flooring, two airing cupboards and a loft access with a loft ladder up to the part boarded loft space. The sitting room is lovely and light being triple aspect and having a large bay window and French door to the garden. There is a brick fireplace with a Stovax wood burning stove. The separate dining room has a serving hatch to the kitchen and the adjoining dual aspect kitchen has a range of fitted units, a stainless steel sink unit and double drainer and a separate walk in pantry with a tiled floor and cold shelf together with a crockery cupboard.

There are three double bedrooms all with views overlooking the gardens and a shower room which has half tiling to the walls and a corner shower cubicle. A study/office area with a useful cloaks cupboard leads through to a hallway with two further double bedrooms and the family bathroom which is fully tiled and has a coloured suite.

Gardens & Grounds

Little Gains is set back from the road in a stunning rural location and is approached through a solar powered electric wooden gate. The driveway leads up to a large parking and turning area with space for several vehicles and to the tandem garage which has an up and over door, workshop area and solar panels on the roof. There is a useful gardener's wc and an outside utility area and store housing the oil fired central heating boiler, pump for distributing rainwater from an underground tank and connection for a generator.

There is also a red cedar loose box with a surrounding hardstanding area and the grounds to the rear have the benefit of three fenced paddocks one of which has an open fronted Hay Barn of steel construction. There is an additional paddock adjacent to the garden and a separate 'copse' with mixed conifers and deciduous trees to include oak and silver birch.

The garden is predominantly south facing and is laid to lawn with a shrubbery predominantly of mature azeleas and rhododendrons. There is a well-established herbaceous border and a terrace with a rockery and a small pond. To the rear there is a further lawned area with flower borders together with an open fronted wood store, productive vegetable garden and a greenhouse which is in poor condition but houses a Black Hamburg grapevine which is over 50 years old.

The gardens and grounds in total extend to 6.41acres.

01905 813787

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