• For Sale
  • Guide price 1,595,000 GBP 
  • Build Size: 4,689 ft2
  • Land Size: 4,689 ft2
  • Bedroom: 6
  • Bathroom: 3
Surrounded by well established and very pretty gardens, a beautiful Grade II listed country house accompanied by a tennis court and versatile outbuildings.
Set back from the road behind a mature tree line and electronic wrought iron gates, Wheypools Farm is a handsome and imposing Grade II listed former farmhouse coming to the market for the first time since 2000.The house dates to the 18th century and is presented in superb condition throughout. Arranged over three floors and extending to around 4,689 square feet, the accommodation is well-proportioned and flows well from one room to the next comprising large formal reception rooms, comfortable sitting rooms, a wonderful open plan kitchen/living room (opening onto a south facing terrace) as well as a practical utility and cloakroom. The house is presented in excellent condition and blends high quality finishes with a range of period features that include wooden panelling, exposed brick, beams, flagstones and in particular, a number of attractive feature fireplaces. Looking out onto the gardens, an impressive master bedroom spans two large rooms with a balcony, walk in wardrobe and an en-suite shower room. Accessed from the same main staircase and landing are three more generous double bedrooms and a family bathroom. The annex - Located at the the rear of the house and integrated via the kitchen, the two storey annex can be completely independent. Currently arranged as two bedroom suites, it is being used ancillary to the house however, it does lend itself to being a home office, music room or independent annex for a dependant relative, housekeeper or tenant.Outside -From the gates, the drive sweeps round in front of the house offering ample parking for a number of vehicles. It then continues to one side of the house, passing a range of traditional outbuildings that include the old cider house, a garden store and workshop, a large greenhouse and on the other side of the driveway, the very pretty walled herb garden.To the rear of the house, enclosed by well-stocked herbaceous flower borders, gravelled walkways flow from one part of the garden to the next giving way to a number of secluded seating areas from which to take in the views over the gardens and the surrounding farmland. The tennis court is currently covered in 7 temporary timber outbuildings that are used as storage. In all the grounds amount to about 2.8 acres (1.16 hectares). Services: Mains water and electricity, LPG gas and private drainage.NO ONWARD CHAIN.
Set on the Gloucestershire/Worcestershire borders, the village of Longdon is situated in the heart of the Severn Vale close to the Medieval market town of Tewkesbury, the fashionable Spa town of Cheltenham and the Cathedral City of Gloucester. Tewkesbury 4 miles, M50 Junction 1 (N&S) 5.5 miles, Gloucester 12 miles, Ledbury 11 miles, Cheltenham 11 miles, Worcester 14 miles, Bristol 48 miles, Birmingham 45 miles, Oxford 58 miles, London 121 miles (Distances approximate).
Tom Banwell
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