A LUXURIOUS Georgian townhouse is on the market in Worcestershire - one that has ties to a former UK prime minister.

Glenhurst is a Grade II Listed property in Bewdley, which was former prime minister Stanley Baldwin's hometown.

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The current owners have minutes from a meeting held at the property over a century ago which show the nation's former leader held government meetings at this historic home.

The stunning five-bedroom Georgian townhouse has gone on the market for a staggering £1.5million.

Glenhurst spans over four floors and 4,720 sq ft. Boasting five bedrooms, the luxurious property has high ceilings and allows lots of natural daylight to enter the spacious rooms.

Sitting in an elevated position on the north side of the river Severn, Glenhurst enjoys a private position with walled gardens surrounding the property.

The sweeping gravel drive winds through mature yew and beech trees with a tantalising view up the lawn, through the original entrance and its wrought iron gates, to the majestic house beyond.

The 18th century property has been renovate and restored by the current owners to now offer a wonderful home full of style and history.

The interior of the house does not disappoint either. It could serve as the perfect family home as it features a large kitchen with a stunning marble topped breakfast bar, three bathrooms and a spacious family room.

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Arranged over three floors, with generous dimensions and high ceilings, the accommodation has natural light running throughout and present modern amenities such as the excellent open plan kitchen.

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One of the cozy living areas features high ceilings and white wallpaper, giving a bright and airy feel to the room, making it ideal for sitting back and relaxing.

The property's rich history may have also seen Sir Winston Churchill grace the grounds to attend meetings there, as he served as Baldwin's Chancellor of the Exchequer from 1924-1929.

The property is well-suited for entertainers who hope to host large gatherings as it boasts a gorgeous entrance hall, a drawing room and a dining room with room for an eight-seater table.

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The impressive staircase climbs through the floors giving access to the bedrooms and bathrooms which are largely directed with views over the gardens and beyond.

Across the courtyard and benefitting from its own entrance and driveway, the Coach House is a separate two bedroom property with sitting room, kitchen and shower room.

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The garden features many hidden away nooks-and-crannies, including a stunning seating area hidden away in the middle of bright green shrubbery and flowers.