Escape from the daily grind in this character-filled former mill in a village near Evesham, on the edge of the Cotswolds and open countryside.

Sedgeberrow Mill in Winchcombe Road, Sedgeberrow, was, as its name suggests, once a working building.

It dates back in part to the 16th century and still has many mill workings and original architectural features – resulting in its Grade II listing for being of Special Architectural or Historic Interest.

The property is approached via a driveway that is shared with the house to the left and provides private parking opposite, in front of a paddock.

Sedgeberrow Mill is packed with period touches, boasting exposed timber beams, brickwork and the mill workings. The mill wheel is nestled below the property.

Though the main house would benefit from upgrading it does offer plenty of space with accommodation covering four floors.

To the ground floor there is a reception hall, mill room and sitting room. The hallway has Yorkstone flag floors and an impressive bespoke oak door along with exposed brick walls.

The kitchen, dining room and drawing room can be found on the first floor. In the dining room an original mill stone makes an unusual decorative/display feature.

The second floor has a spacious landing, the master bedroom, a good-sized family bathroom and useful storage space

 

On the third floor there are three more bedrooms and a shower room. Bedroom three requires roof lights (stpp) while bedroom four holds the original pulley through to the sack hoist on the landing.

An extra bonus comes in the form of the Stable Boy’s Cottage, a one-bedroom conversion with kitchen/living area downstairs and a shower room and bedroom upstairs.

There is also storage space upstairs which has the potential to create accommodation.

Garaging with bespoke oak doors sits at one end of Stable Boy’s Cottage while to the other there are stables. South facing decking outside overlooks the former mill race which nestles in the garden behind the main property

The mill also benefits from a small paddock opposite it with a footpath alongside.

Sedgeberrow is surrounded by open countryside and located south of the market town of Evesham. In the village itself there is a pub, a shop and a well regarded primary school which was recently rated as outstanding by Ofsted.

For the commuter there is easy access to the A46, M5 (J9) and M40, and a train station at Evesham.

VIEWING INFORMATION

AGENT: Knight Frank

TEL: 01789 297735

WEB: www.knightfrank.co.uk

GUIDE PRICE: £500,000