Magical History
GL55 101
Grade 1 listed Jacobean style house with Dutch gables on the front facade.  Built in the Restoration period, after the English Civil War, it sits apart in its own plot of 23 acres of pastureland.
The house is barely altered, retaining its original features, there is a notable panelled sitting room from the Georgian period.  Later, arts and crafts details were added internally, particularly to doorways and stairways.  Externally,the lead down pipes are embossed with country animals.
The sitting room, clubland-style library and dining room all boast the original, substantial open fire places.  The dining room was originally the kitchen, with the huge flag stone floor and the iron wear used for cooking in the hearth still in the fireplace.
Throughout the house, the rooms are generously proportioned, all with fire places, large mullioned windows with the original panelling, including the main bedrooms. The top floor of children’s rooms includes a bedroom that in earlier times was a chapel.
The kitchen wing was added in the late 1800’s and comprises a traditional network of rooms including a butler’s pantry and slate-shelved larder.
Around a square courtyard are the outbuildings, which provide a 3 bay coach house, and 4 workshops.  There is plenty of outside space for parking. 2 acres of gardens and walls and gateways listed Grade 2* in their own right.
Behind this is is also a pretty 3 bedroom cottage.
Train from Honeybourne to London Paddington 1’40 mins
96 miles to London

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