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A Grade II* Listed Tudor Manor House with garden, garage and parking.


  • Dining room
  • Drawing room
  • Kitchen/breakfast room
  • Utility
  • 4 bedrooms
  • Dressing room
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Attractive gardens
  • Garage with office above
  • Parking


This property is being offered with no onward chain. A Grade II* Listed Tudor Manor House with garden, garage and parking. Part of an impressive Tudor Manor House of particular architectural and historic interest as it was once part of the pre-reformation Estate of Evesham Abbey. The original Manor House was divided into 2 substantial properties in the post war period. There are an abundance of period features throughout the property including timber-framed exterior with elaborate herring-bone bracing in panels. Internally there is a stone flagged entrance hall leading through to a generous drawing room with a beamed ceiling and inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove. There is also an elm panelled dining room and a modern kitchen with fitted units and appliances. On the first floor there is a wonderful main bedroom with oak panelling and leaded windows. In addition this floor provides a shower room, a substantial hand made walk-in wardrobe and a guest bedroom with ensuite bathroom. The second floor incorporates 2 further bedrooms and a separate bathroom. To the front of the main house there is a formal parterre garden. To the rear there is an enclosed sunny, well-stocked garden planted in a traditional style and there is also off-road parking and a double garage with electric door and studio/office above. Badsey is a thriving South Worcestershire village which lies within the Vale of Evesham, about 2.5 miles from the historic old town of Evesham itself. Badsey has its own village shop, butcher, pubs, school and church whilst Evesham offers an excellent range of everyday shops and services, together with schooling for all ages and various sport and leisure facilities. The renowned Cotswold centres of Broadway and Chipping Campden are about 3 miles and 6.5 miles respectively and are famous for their traditional Cotswold architecture. The main centres for the region included Cheltenham, Worcester and Stratford-upon-Avon. Communications are good with main line railway service to London Paddington and connections to the Midlands from both Evesham and Honeybourne stations. The M5 is accessible at either Junctions 7 or 9, again giving access to both the West Midlands and also the South West.