A handsome Grade II Listed Georgian townhouse with an impressive annexe situated in the heart of a market town.
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This fine townhouse has been meticulously restored by the current vendor to create one of the most beautiful homes in Tenbury Wells. The White House combines its beautiful original character features with modern renovation to create stylish and elegant living space arranged over three floors. Set from the road behind wrought iron railings, the front door opens into an entrance hall with the two reception rooms set on either side and the dining room to the rear.
The drawing room has an inglenook fireplace housing a wood burning stove and has large sash windows and exposed beams. The sitting room is also to the front of the house. The dining room is well proportioned and has an old range as an attractive feature with cupboards built into the chimney breast recess.
This then flows in to the kitchen/breakfast room and opens into a superb garden room which has doors into the rear courtyard and windows overlooking the walled garden, but also has a wood burning stove to make it a great room for year round use. It also has doors opening into an inner courtyard.
The kitchen offers a spacious open plan area and plentiful storage with a large island and a superb pantry adjacent. The inglenook oven is a great feature to add to the character of the property. There is a good sized utility and a wonderful walk in larder.
There are five bedrooms in the main house with three on the first floor and two more on the second floor. They are all double rooms with the principal bedroom having an en-suite shower room and the others sharing a house bathroom with separate WC. There is a further bathroom on the second floor. On the first floor there could potentially be another single bedroom, it is currently used as a storage room or alternatively, it could provide and en-suite for bedroom 2. Converted from an adjoining outbuilding by the owners to create a charming cottage that has a Converted from an adjoining outbuilding by the owners to create a charming cottage that has a fitted kitchen and a lovely drawing room with two bedrooms to the first floor served by a shower room. The property has superb storage in every room. It has been run as a successful holiday let by the current owner over the last five years. It is accessed via the courtyard to the rear of the building.
Not only does the house have the benefit of off road parking to the side of the house, there is also a walled garden which is south-west facing. The courtyard is superb for alfresco seasonal dining. and lead onto a lawned area with extensively stocked borders running down to a superb kitchen garden with greenhouse and shed, also a brick shed. For a town property, it is remarkably private.
General Local Authority: Worcestershire County Council Services: Mains water, gas, electricity and drainage. High speed fibre optic wifi. Council Tax: Band F
Tenbury Wells, situated on the banks of the River Teme and marking the border between Worcestershire, Shropshire and Herefordshire, was once said to have been called my little Town in the Orchard by Queen Victoria. The town has a wide range of independent shops, pubs, restaurants, cafes, a range of gift and clothes shops and grocers.
Alongside local supermarkets other specialist food shops supply a range of local produce.
As you enter Tenbury Wells over the bridge carry on through Teme Street around the bend through to Market Square where you will find the Tavern Inn to your right and the White House is directly in front of this.Read all
- Entrance hall
- Drawing room
- Sitting room
- Dining room
- Garden room
- Kitchen/breakfast room
- Principal bedroom with en-suite
- A further 4 bedrooms (potential 5)
- Family bathroom
- The Cottage: 2 Bedroom annexe
- Walled garden
- Kitchen garden
- EPC: Exempt
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