Long Hyde House was built in 1838 by George Shute, the curate of the village South Littleton, Worcestershire. It is a fine Victorian village house with grand proportions, brick elevations and fine gables.
The hallway has an Italian marble floor while the sitting room benefits from a triple aspect bay window and open fireplace.
There is also a drawing room and dining room. The kitchen/breakfast room has a two oven Aga with access to a boot room, a family room, study and utility beyond.
The master suite has a walk-through dressing room and en-suite with sunken Jacuzzi Whirlpool bath, and walk-in shower. Two further bedrooms have en-suites and there also a family bathroom and two more bedrooms.
The landscaped back garden features views to the Cotswold Hills.
Guide price: £975,000. Agent: Knight Frank on 01789 297735 on click here to go to www.knightfrank.co.uk .