Woodmans Cottage, Tyddesley Wood Lane, Pershore, Pershore
A DETACHED GRADE II LISTED, EXTENDED, THATCHED, FOUR BEDROOM COTTAGE SET IN RURAL LOCATION IN APPROX. ONE THIRD OF AN ACRE OF GROUNDS AND
HAVING DETACHED GARAGE AND WORKSHOP.
Entrance Porch, Hallway, Cloakroom, Sitting Room (Inglenook
Fireplace), Separate Dining Room, Snug/TV Lounge, Conservatory, Fitted Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Four Bedrooms, One En-Suite, Family Bathroom, Detached Garage, Generous Garden, Southerly Facing Patio, Oil Central Heating.
Woodmans Cottage built circa 1600-1650 as two woodman’s cottages to look after Tiddesley Wood, being a nature reserve of natural timbers, is now a single dwelling which has been improved and cherished by its owners. The property has been recently externally decorated and was thatched in 2010 with combed wheat. In recent years a kitchen extension has been added and a conservatory on the south elevation. Further improvements have been the detached garage with electrically operated door and a workshop within the building. The garden surrounds the property and has a large private patio to the rear for the summer months. The property is approached over a single-track lane which serves three other properties, Woodmans Cottage being at the top.
Work on the conservatory has had planning consent to change the roof covering.
The historic 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.
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 nine 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 street shopping facilities. Worcester with its famous Cathedral and equally famous cricket club together with the River Severn and pedestrianised shopping centre.