Pirton Court, Pirton, Worcestershire
BUILT CIRCA 1904, A GRADE II* LISTED SEPARATE EDWARDIAN ADDITION TO THE ORIGINAL ELIZABETHAN COURTHOUSE FORMING A SPLENDID AND INDIVIDUAL FIVE BEDROOM COUNTRY RESIDENCE SET IN APPROXIMATELY 2.25 ACRES OF GROUNDS AND RETAINING GARAGING, STABLE AND WORKSHOP TOGETHER WITH A GARDEN STUDIO ALL WITHIN THE GATED DRIVEWAY
The hamlet of Pirton has origins dating back to the Saxon period and also benefits from a picturesque Norman parish church. Pirton Court, which dates back to the Doomsday Book, and is believed to stand on the site of a medieval moated manor. The court was purchased by the Earl of Coventry family, who resided at Croome Court, being a nearby neighbour, in 1663. This period property was greatly extended in the early 1900s, then being the home of Viscount Deerhurst and then subsequently divided in the mid-1900s. The Edwardian addition now forms the Elizabethan style, south wing to the court, which has been extensively updated by the present vendors, who have restored the interior features to this wonderful rural property.
The new Worcestershire Parkway Station has been developed to improve the access and destinations to the southwest, the northeast, London and the Thames Valley, so significantly enhancing Worcestershire’s connectivity to outlying regions. The motorway is approximately five miles distant at Worcester junction 7 of the M5, 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, the Everyman Theatre and superb main shopping facilities. Worcester with its famous Cathedral and equally famous cricket club together with the River Severn and pedestrianised shopping centre.