Severn Cottage, Titton Farm, Stourport-On-Severn

£374,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A superb. comprehensively renovated and surprisingly spacious semi-detached farmhouse conversion forming part of an exclusive gated courtyard development in delightful rural surroundings on the Worcester side of Stourport.

* Three Double Bedrooms

* Bathroom and En-Suite Shower Room

* Excellent 22ft Lounge/Dining Room

* Open Plan Kitchen with Fitted Appliances

* New Conservatory (2018)

* Office/ Store Room

* Neatly Landscaped Private Garden

Reception Hall

2.84m x 1.52m (9'4 x 5'0 )

Kitchen

4.42m x 2.82m (14'6 x 9'3 )

Lounge/Dining Room

6.76m x 3.53m (22'2 x 11'7 )

Conservatory

2.90m x 2.84m (9'6 x 9'4 )

Office

2.39m x 2.16m (7'10 x 7'1 )

Guest Cloakroom/ Utility

'l-shaped' 2.18m x 1.37m plus 1.83m x 0.91m ('l-sh

Bedroom One (Rear)

5.56m x 3.48m max / 2.46m min (18'3 x 11'5 max /

En-suite Shower Room

2.49m x 1.40m plus shower recess (8'2 x 4'7 plus

Bedroom Two (Front)

4.22m max x 3.43m (13'10 max x 11'3 )

Bedroom Three (Front)

4.19m x 2.54m (13'9 x 8'4 )

Bathroom

2.51m x 2.01m plus recess (8'3 x 6'7 plus recess

Severn Cottage forms part of a new and exciting re-development of the former Titton Farm situated on a charming narrow country lane which is a 'no through road', located between Stourport-On-Severn and Lincomb, conveniently situated for commuter access to the main A449 with links to Worcester and the motorway network.

The original farmhouse is reputed to date back as far as 17th century with more recent extensions. In 2017 the property was converted and comprehensively renovated and re-built as necessary to provide two separate semi-detached cottages.

Approached over a shared gravel driveway leading into the courtyard with two newly converted detached barn conversions on either side, the former farmhouse stands at the head of the drive with Severn Cottage having a newly constructed white-rendered frontage and parking space for 2 cars. A further parking area for visitors is situated near to the courtyard entrance gates.

The location is exceptional, enjoying a glorious sylvan setting with pasture land stretching down to a meandering brook and views over the valley hillside opposite.

In the course of the conversion, the property has been comprehensively renovated to include a new electrical installation, new LPG tank and Worcester boiler fired central heating system, brand new kitchen and bathroom fittings, new double glazed windows all in Heritage colour frames to the front and matching replacement double glazed units to the rear.

The main entrance door leads into a reception hall with travertine floor tiling which continues through to the spacious kitchen which is fitted with a Howdens range of cream wall and base cabinets, solid wooden work surfaces and integral appliances to include a new Lamona stainless steel electric double oven (fitted December 2018), ceramic hob and steel canopy hood. A freestanding Siemens dishwasher is available by separate negotiation.

A wide squared arch gives open plan access from the kitchen area through to the splendid lounge/dining room (22'2 x 11'7 ) with open tread oak staircase leading up to first floor, marble feature fireplace incorporating electric coal effect fire and bi-fold double glazed doors to the rear opening through to the excellent Pears conservatory which was fitted in 2018 featuring wood flooring and double doors out to the garden.

Also off the lounge is a further doorway leading through to a useful office or store room (without windows) and a separate guest cloakroom / utility with wooden flooring and white fitted suite including low level wc and pedestal hand basin. A Bosch washing machine and Beko tumble dryer are both available to purchase by separate negotiation.

To the first floor there are three excellent double bedrooms, the smallest of which measures a generous 13'9 x 8'4 with an attractive exposed brick feature wall.

The master bedroom measures 18'3 x 11'5 max with views over the rear garden and door leading through to en-suite shower room with white suite comprising pedestal hand basin, low level wc and tiled cubicle with mixer shower.

The principal family bathroom is also fitted with a contemporary white suite to include low level wc, pedestal hand basin and panelled bath in tiled surround with mixer shower above plus fold-away glass screen.

Outside, the delightful rear garden has a full width brick paved patio area leading onto a level lawned garden, fenced to all three sides and edged with gravel borders planted with a variety of established shrubs and enjoying a great degree of privacy.

Mains metered water and electric are connected. Drainage is to a private septic tank and central heating is LPG fired, courtesy of an underground storage tank. Council Tax is payable to Wychavon District Council rated as Band E.

Viewing is essential to fully appreciate the unique charm and character of this most appealing property, as well as the wonderful setting.

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