Highfield House in Romsley on the Shropshire/Worcestershire borders has undergone a complete transformation in recent years.
From a not inconsiderable 1,800 square foot it has more than doubled in size to more than 5,000 square feet .
The additional space has been added in the form of a large two-floor extension, an attic conversion and the construction of a triple garage with ancillary accommodation above.
Other improvements include bi-folding patio doors, balcony skylights and under floor heating throughout almost the entire house.
Highfield is situated in a rural position with views across far reaching countryside.
Through the front door the traditional hallway has been kept with a tiled floor leading to a dining room on the right hand side. Here there is an open fire and views to the front of the drive overlooking fields.
There is a sitting room with French doors opening to the rear patio. This also leads to the spacious utility room with a range of storage cupboards and space for a washer/dryer.
Wall mounted oak units line the sides of the kitchen/breakfast room, topped by granite work surfaces. There is also a large central island. Large modern bi-folding doors open out onto a patio.
In the drawing room there is a wood burning stove. The room enjoys views of the gardens and to the front of the house.
On the first floor there is a superb landing area with a large window.
Off the landing are four double bedrooms.
The master bedroom has the benefit of a large en suite with shower room, twin basins and a toilet. It also has a separate dressing area.
Bedroom two benefits from an en suite with shower, basin and toilet.
There is a good-sized family bathroom with original freestanding bath, shower and views to the back of the house overlooking fields.
On the second floor the large attic has been converted to create a spacious guest room with living area, which could also serve as a media room, and en suite bathroom.
There is built-in storage and sky lights that turn into balconies, with a unique bi-folding system to offer an outlook across the gardens and fields beyond.
Highfield House sits in a generous plot of just under an acre with mature trees and shrubs at the borders.
It has an attractive terrace and the gardens have been landscaped.
They are mostly laid to lawn while a corner plot is currently used as a chicken pen.
The driveway has ample space for several cars. It is gated and provides access to the large triple garage. This has storage space , cloakroom and a studio on the first floor.
Highfield House enjoys an elevated position amid the Worcestershire countryside.
It is in the rural village of Romsley. The village of Alveley lies about a mile away and provides good everyday shopping facilities and schooling.
Bridgnorth, Kidderminster, Stourbridge, Halesowen and Bromsgrove are also within easy reach while Birmingham is just 23 miles away.
The property is ideally placed for the motorway network with Junction 3 of the M5 about 16 miles away.
AGENT: Knight Frank
TEL: 01905 723438
GUIDE PRICE: £899,950