Windrush, Tyddesley Wood Lane, Pershore, Pershore
A DETACHED TWO/THREE BEDROOM BUNGALOW WITH MUCH POTENTIAL, STANDING IN ITS OWN GROUNDS OF APPROXIMATELY HALF AN ACRE HAVING PINE CABIN ANNEXE, GARAGE/WORKSHOP AND GARDEN STORES, IN ELEVATED POSITION WITH OUTSTANDING VIEWS TO THE SURROUNDING COUNTRYSIDE.
Entrance, Hallway, Kitchen, Good-Sized Lounge/Dining Room (Panoramic Views), Two Double Bedrooms, Dressing Room, Shower Room, Carport, Garage, Feature Wildlife Pond, Large Garden Stores, Orchard Area and Vegetable Garden, One Bedroom Annexe, Driveway and Off-Road Parking.
Windrush is set in an enviable elevated position with views across the Avon meadowlands to Bredon Hill and the distant Cotswold escarpment, an outstanding position, in its own grounds of a generous half an acre, with driveway off Tyddesley Wood Lane and ample off-road parking, to a carport, attached to the bungalow, giving access to the garage/workshop and a studio which overlooks the wildlife pond with its water feature. Within the grounds there is also a Cabin built by Keops, one bedroom, pine cabin providing annex accommodation for a dependentís family, carer/staff.
Tyddesley Wood Lane is off the A4104, Defford Road, a no through road which provides pedestrian access to the nature reserve (triple sssi) and is privately owned, giving vehicular access to the five properties which use this lane only.
Windrush is in need of some modernisation and provides great potential to extend subject to planning consent.
The market town of Pershore is Georgian styled and provides high street shopping facilities and supermarket together with an indoor market and leisure complex. The river Avon runs to the east of the town lending itself to scenic walks and leisure pursuits. There are two medical centres and hospital and town library, together with excellent educational facilities within the area. Pershore has Number 8 which is run by voluntary help and provides theatre activities, a cinema, ballet and yoga classes and is very much a part of Pershore community living.
Off Station Road there is the railway link to London Paddington or Worcester Shrub Hill travelling onto Birmingham. The motorway is approximately nine miles distant at Worcester junction 7 bringing Birmingham to the north and Bristol to the south within commutable distance. Other main centres are Stratford-upon-Avon with the theatre and racecourse, Cheltenham with National Hunt horseracing and the Everyman Theatre and major main shopping, Worcester with famous Cathedral and equally famous cricket club together with the River Severn and good shopping centre.