An old coach house has been given quite a transformation – from a functional space to stylish home.
Glebe House is a Grade II listed conversion, tucked away at the end of a rural track amongst a handful of exclusive properties in Hampton Lovett, Droitwich.
Original features such as exposed beams and trusses all remain while large windows and multiple doors let in plenty of light.
Materials used in the refurbishment include oak floors and doors, granite worktop in the Leicht kitchen and natural stone in the floors.
It has an impressive reception/dining hall with French flagstones and large windows.
An elegant drawing room has patio doors out to the terrace for summer days and a gas fire set in a solid sandstone fireplace for winter evenings.
The kitchen diner is generously proportioned and has a galleried landing above. It has lots of storage with its Leicht gloss grey kitchen and a central island. It has a De Dietrich self-cleaning double electric oven, De Dietrich five-ring induction hob, Amana American style fridge freeze and an integrated Siemens microwave.
In the double height dining area there is a wood burner on granite hearth and patio doors leading onto the terrace with views over the back garden and beyond.
Another ground floor room is an extremely versatile space. It has a solid oak floor and lots of built-in storage. Possible uses include a study or playroom or even a bedroom as there is a drop down bed and a shower room off.
Supporting the kitchen, there is a utility fitted with cupboards with Corian worktops over and an integrated Miele washing machine and tumble dryer.
A central staircase leads from the kitchen diner to the first floor. Here there is an impressive master bedroom with exposed beams. It not only has a walk-in wardrobe but also a substantial walk-in dressing room. Completing the suite is a private bathroom with a four-piece suite and Portuguese limestone floor and walls.
Also in this wing are two further bedrooms, both with fitted wardrobes and a family bathroom with bath and shower over and a ceramic tiled floor.
Above the garage and accessed from a staircase from the main reception hall is a double en suite bedroom.
There is yet more space on the lower ground floor. It includes two well-proportioned rooms currently used as guest bedrooms but which could make a snooker room, media rooms, gym or den for teenagers. They are linked by an interconnecting shower room. Another bonus on this level is a wine cellar.
A long gravelled drive leads through an orchard stocked with apple , plum, greengage and cherry trees to a parking area with access to the double garage.
Manicured lawns sweep around the property with interspersed with well-stocked herbaceous borders and trees.
A generous paved terrace surrounds the house and is ideal for al fresco dining or entertaining.
There is a delightful seating area underneath a very mature walnut tree and a paved area which would be suitable for a summer house or hot tub.
Commuters will appreciate the fact it is convenient for Droitwich, Worcester and the motorway network.
The nearby village of Cutnall Green has good local facilities including a post office, store and pub.
There is excellent local schooling at Chaddesley Corbett, Droitwich and Worcester.
The M5 is just a short distance away at Droitwich.
AGENT: Andrew Grant
TEL: 01905 734735
GUIDE PRICE: £750,000