Station Road, Fladbury

Station Road

Property Details

AN ELEGANT DETACHED PERIOD COUNTRY HOUSE ON THE OUTSKIRTS OF THIS POPULAR VILLAGE SET IN ITS OWN GROUNDS OF APPROXIMATELY THREE ACRES.

Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Inner Hall, Music Room/Study, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Laundry Room, Cloakroom, Studio Room, Boiler/Store Room, Three Double Bedrooms, Two Bathrooms, Separate WC, Attached Double Garage, Extensive Gardens, Two Acre Paddock.

Brooklands is one of Fladburys principal period properties, once serving as a school house and now a lovely detached residence, surrounded by its own grounds and having the added attraction of a two-acre paddock adjacent to this fine property. The house is believed to date back to circa 1840 and is not listed. There is access onto gravelled driveway from Station Road to the house and there is also separate access into the paddocks. The property is connected to mains gas and has gas central heating.

Fladbury is a very popular residential village with period and new properties, together with a splendid church situated in the heart of the village, which has the River Avon running along its south-east boundary, with the famous photographs of the Fladbury Mill House and Wear. The village supports a well-known award winning, pie shop. There are two public houses and a modern, well attended recreational development, providing tennis, cricket, canoeing and other interesting sports pursuits. There are scenic walks along the river banks and the Evesham golf club is close at hand. Fladbury village is half way between Pershore and Evesham, providing the railway links to London and Worcester. There are main brand supermarkets in the area.

Fladbury provides a first school, with further on going education to secondary schools and higher, which all have good recommendation. There is easy access to the M5 motorway at Worcester. Stratford Upon Avon is approximately 20 miles distant for the theatre, with other main centres, Cheltenham 19 miles distant, Broadway (the gateway to the Cotswolds) 9 miles distant and Worcester city being 15 miles distant.

 

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