Drayton Grove, Stourbridge, West Midlands, DY9

£1,195,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Off the entrance hall is a door to the cloakroom, a fine oak turning staircase and the utility room, which opens to the integral double garage.

The kitchen/breakfast room includes a stable door opening to the rear garden and a Siematic fitted kitchen with a range of integrated appliances. From here, doors open to the triple aspect dining room, from which a further set of doors open to the sitting room and to the garden terrace.

The dual aspect drawing room is on the first floor, with a fine Haddon stone fireplace, French doors opening to a balcony and double doors opening to a snug/study.

Also on this floor is a W.C, a butler's pantry and the master bedroom with a dressing room, en suite and French doors opening to a balcony.

On the second floor are two en suite double bedrooms with fitted wardrobes and two further double bedrooms, one of which is fitted with office furniture and a family bathroom.

The private gardens are south facing and exceptionally well landscaped. To the front is paved parking for several cars in front of the double garage along with a water feature and a stone table with three benches.

The main garden is located to the side of the property which includes a summerhouse with a veranda, a greenhouse and four raised vegetable beds.

Wide steps from the main side garden lead to the rear lawned garden and here can be found a paved terrace over which is a charming roofed pergola with brick pillars, a climbing vine and a water feature.

Chaddesley Corbett village 1.6 miles, Worcester 16 miles, Droitwich Spa 9.5 miles, Ombersley 11 miles, M5 (J4) 5.4 miles, M5 (J5) 8.5 miles (all distances are approximate).

Warwick House is situated in a rural position in the village of Drayton, which benefits from a public house.

Belbroughton has a general store, doctors' surgery, primary school, village hall, public houses, Holy Trinity Church and a cricket and tennis club.

Chaddesley Corbett has several public houses, post office and general stores, butchers, doctors' surgery, primary school, village hall, church and sports club and pitches.

Ombersley is renowned for its delicatessen and fine restaurants.

Worcester is close by and offers Premiership rugby, horseracing and county cricket.

Regular trains run from Hartlebury, Bromsgrove and Kidderminster to Birmingham with onward links to London.

Nearby foot and bridle paths provide excellent access to the surrounding North Worcestershire countryside.

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