High House in Inkberrow, Worcestershire, certainly lives up to its name with its four storeys of accommodation.
Back and white timber framed, this Grade II listed property is lovely to look at.
Inside there are clues to its long history which stretches back to the 17th century, including a priest’s hole. The more typical period features of exposed beams and timbers, inglenooks and flagstone flooring are also present. On the ground floor there is a dining room and study.
The dining room has a large recessed fireplace with wood burning stove and flagstones to the floor.
The first floor has a drawing room with exposed brick fireplace and oak flooring which leads out onto the rear patio and garden.
There is also a sitting room with exposed timbers and fireplace with wood burning stove.
An L-shaped kitchen/breakfast room has a Rayburn cooker, wall and base units, Corian work surface with a Belfast sink and a tiled floor. There is also a bathroom and separate cloakroom on this floor with side access to the gardens.
The next level has the master bedroom, an en suite shower room and a second bedroom.
Floor three has two more bedrooms.
The gardens are mostly laid to lawn with a mixture of mature trees and shrubs and fencing to the boundaries. A paved patio area is ideal for entertaining and alfresco dining.
A detached double garage has a workshop and studio over. Rear vehicular access provides further parking and storage.
High House is situated in the heart of Inkberrow within walking distance of the pubs and the local shop. There is also a village hall, health centre, primary school, nursery and after school fun club and post office.
Further shopping facilities are offered in Alcester, Worcester and Stratford-upon-Avon.
AGENT: Knight Frank
TEL: 01905 723438/01789 297735