The Willows, Sheriffs Lench
A DETACHED CHARACTER PERIOD EXTENDED COTTAGE WITH TWO RECEPTION ROOMS, KITCHEN/DINING ROOM, FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS, ONE WITH ENSUITE, FAMILY BATHROOM, EXPOSED TIMBERS AND INGLENOOK FIREPLACE. OFFERING FLEXIBLE ACCOMMODATION, SET WITHIN 3/4 OF AN ACRE, IN RURAL LOCATION.
Entrance Hallway, Kitchen/Dining Room, Utility Room, Living Room (Inglenook) Cloakroom, Music Room/Second Sitting Room, Master Bedroom with En Suite, Two Further Bedrooms, Dressing Room, Study/Bedroom Four, Garage, Garden and Grounds.
The Willows is an extended period cottage with Inglenook fireplace and exposed timbers. Having origins back to circa 1580, The Willows now provides a characterful and charming home. This greatly extended cottage provides very flexible accommodation to create further bedrooms if required. This interesting home has an Aga in the well fitted kitchen, there is oil fired central heating and predominately hard wood double glazing with leaded glazed panels. The garden and grounds are approximately ĺ of an acre and provides ample off road parking. There is an integral garage to the front of the cottage with an electrically operated metal sliding door. To the rear of the property there is patio and steps which lead up to small orchard area where there are views across the rural countryside.
Evesham and Pershore are the immediate main shopping towns where leading supermarkets can be found. These centres also provide Drís surgery, library and leisure centres. There are good educational facilities within the area and mainline railway, together with good access to motorways and the larger main centres. I.e., Cheltenham approximately 20 miles, Stratford Upon Avon approximately 16 miles and Worcester 12 miles.
Sheriffs Lench is quite a large parish and is one of the Lenches villages/hamlets that developed through the farming fraternity. There are manor houses and churches supporting these rural areas. Sheriffs Lench can be approached from Fladbury crossroads, travelling up Fladbury hill and onto Furze Hill and into Sheriffs Lench. This rural settlement can also be approached via Lenchwick and Norton, which are North of Evesham, traveling up Hipton Hill. Sheriffs Lench can also be approached from Harvington into Leys Road.