Grade I-listed country house set in a 39-acre estate in Worcestershire, has many distinguishing features.
Approached along a 19th-century portico. The main hall with its double-height ceilings and extensive detailed mouldings and cornicing. There are two fireplaces with detailed mouldings which bear the family coat of arms.
Detailed panelled walls and hardwood cornicing in the drawing room together with a carved pediment above the doorway. The Boudoir is an impressive room with hardwood floors and detailed wooden cornicing and views of the Malvern Hills in the distance.
There are six bedrooms on the first floor, a further 6 bedrooms on the second floor all uniquely designed and with ensuites. Within the grounds are Grade II* listed stables set around an open courtyard while an original walled kitchen garden lies just beyond. To the rear is an old pump room, kennels and further outbuildings including an Ice House, which is situated in the south west part of the garden.
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