Titton, Stourport-on-severn Dy13 9qx


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  • Bedrooms: 3

A sensationally positioned high calibre barn conversion which sits on a plateau with blissful valley views over its own 0.84 of an acre streamside plantsman's gardens . The fine vista's take in the protected woodland of the ancient Hartlebury Common in the foreground yet also captivate the dramatic Abberley Hills some 8-10 miles away! Given the single storey nature of this fine property then it will appeal to buyers of all ages. A very special property of which personal inspection is vital! Energy Rating: E


THE PROPERTY – A three bedroom attached barn conversion being the last in a row of three, but by far the biggest, and arranged into a L-shape. As the 'last' property, then number 2 also enjoys by far the best plot as well. It has an impressive gravelled driveway with dedicated parking for two cars and ample provision for visitors parking.

There is a further additional private gated parking area at the side of the barn which the current owners use to store their motor home. This section is completely concealed from sight and gardens also surround this area too plus there is also a large shed/workshop (both the barns and its shed are fully alarmed) with power and water plus a greenhouse. As will be appreciated upon personal inspection then this is one of those ultra-rare barns for this price bracket as, albeit attached, it really does not feel like it because there are no overlooking issues at all. Suffice to say that it is extremely private indeed and that is what makes it such a refreshing find! - this in stark contrast to a great many you will see that are typically crammed in tight view-less courtyards with little amenity.

LOCATION AND SETTING - Pansington Farm Barns is a small secluded development of 4 high quality barn conversions, together with the original farm house, thereby making for 5 residential properties which together form a small private enclave with no other close neighbours. They are set in a highly accessible location off Worcester Road - about 1.5 miles from Stourport town centre and with simple motoring accessibility to Worcester and the M5 - but are very easy to miss and that is most definitely part of the charm and appeal for they are not roadside. Instead, the barns are set some 150 meters up from the main road along a shared track. Once 'up there', then there is a very secluded feel akin to being somewhere much more rural with no noise yet at the very same time, the University City of Worcester and the motorway are just 11 miles or about 15/20 minutes in light traffic. This really is a truly special location!

THE GROUNDS & VIEWS – The grounds are truly delightful and extended to about 0.84 of an acre being bordered by a stream to the rear which forms the back boundary - please see the Promap plan for identification. The gardens have been a particular focus for the present owners who through great time, care and expense have profusely stocked their land to include the wealth of shrubs and mature specimens that add such great character and interest today. This is said in the context that when our clients purchased the property back in 2005 the barn had been newly converted at that time but the gardens were totally and utterly barren! Given the valley-like surrounding landscape then the grounds also enjoy a degree of natural shelter too. To the contrary, the views need no such introduction at all being truly mesmerising and without question some of the very best you will find amongst properties of this type and style for the money!

AGENTS COMMENTS - Here is the perfect storm of great parking and gorgeous secluded gardens with ever changing panoramic surrounding views plus an impressive spread of high quality accommodation suitable for buyers of all ages. It is often said that that photographs within Estate Agents particulars can make certain features appear better than perhaps they actually are but what can genuinely be said about gardens here is that the opposite is true as this is one of those scarce occasions whereby the actual reality is better - a tranquil oasis truly only fully appreciated by personal inspection!

BOUNDARIES - The purchaser shall be deemed to have full knowledge of all boundaries and neither the vendor nor the vendor's agents will be responsible for defining the boundaries or ownership thereof. The included plan is for identification purposes only.

WAYLEAVES, EASEMENTS & RIGHTS OF WAY – The property is sold subject to, and with the benefit of, all easements and quasi-easements and rights of way, declared and undeclared and whether mentioned in these particulars or not. There are no rights that the sellers know of.

LOCAL AUTHORITY - Wychavon District Council, Queen Elizabeth Drive, Pershore. WR10 1PT. Tel: 01386 565000

SERVICES - Mains water and electricity are connected. There is LPG fired central heating and hob/fire connections. Private drainage to a septic tank which is shared with numbers 3 & 4 Pansington Farm Barns.

This lovely character home is offered for sale with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion and is wholeheartedly and unhesitatingly recommended for immediate viewing!

The accommodation comprises:-


with central heating radiator and doors to:-


with central heating radiator, low level flush wc and corner hand wash basin.


20' 10'' x 16' 1'' (6.35m x 4.90m)

[max] with impressive high vaulted ceiling supported by two exposed 19th Century 'A' beams, three sealed unit double glazed windows to front elevation plus roof light to the rear aspect, two central heating radiators and inglenook style fireplace with log burning stove effect gas fire (not tested), door to:-


with sealed unit double glazed obscured window to rear elevation, feature stable style door opening to the patio, range of wall and base mounted kitchen units with complementary roll top surface over, having inset one and a half bowl sink and inset LPG gas hob with cooker hood over, built-in electric double oven, integral dishwasher, integral washing machine, space for 6' fridge freezer.


with doors to:-


17' 9'' x 9' 7'' (5.40m x 2.91m)

with exposed beams, central heating radiator, two sealed unit double glazed windows to front elevation plus there is also a roof light, door giving direct access to and from outside including to walled front patio, a square arch giving access to:-


14' 1'' x 7' 2'' (4.29m x 2.18m)

[including depth of fitted wardrobes, roof light, central heating radiator, 'his' and 'hers' wardrobes with vanity shelf between.


9' 8'' x 7' 2'' (2.94m x 2.19m)

with sealed unit double glazed obscure window plus roof light, central heating radiator, low level flush wc, bidet, pedestal hand wash basin, bath and enclosed cubicle with mixer shower.


16' 7'' x 9' 0'' (5.06m x 2.75m)

[max] with central heating radiator, sealed unit double glazed window to side elevation, fitted wardrobe/cupboards and sealed unit double glazed door to side elevation opening to outside.


8' 7'' x 8' 4'' (2.61m x 2.54m)

with central heating radiator and sealed unit double glazed window to rear elevation.


7' 5'' x 6' 9'' (2.25m x 2.05m)

with central heating radiator, low level flush wc, pedestal hand wash basin and bath with shower/mixer tap.


[Please also see the earlier paragraph titled 'The Grounds and Views].


plus further concealed parking area


with access directly from Bedroom one. A real feature, and formerly a pig/goat pen, with built-in stores off - see photo.


with patio area plus a variety of other view points to enjoy the lovely vistas. Spacious lawns together with a wealth of shrubs and trees plus a large shed and greenhouse.


Please note that there is a pedestrian right of way across for the neighbouring Barns but this is well away from the property itself and clearly defined.

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Phipps and Pritchard - Stourport

1 High Street, Stourport-on-Severn, Worcestershire

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