Lower Kyrewood property
Kyrewood, Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire

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An historic 6 bedroom family house situated in an idyllic setting

  • Hall
  • Sitting Room
  • Dining Room
  • Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Utility Room/Office
  • Cellar
  • Six Bedrooms
  • Two Bathrooms
  • Adjoining hop kiln with Living Room, Kitchen, Dining Room, 3 Bedrooms &  1 Bathroom
  • Woodland Garden
  • In all about 2.5 acres
  • Tenbury Wells 1.5 miles,  Worcester 20 miles, Ludlow 11 miles (all distances approx)

The small village of Kyrewood which is spread over a wide
area is situated southeast of Tenbury Wells. This local
town straddling the River Teme has a supermarket as well
as good shops for every day requirements. There are excellent
schools in the area and the market town of Ludlow, and the
City of Worcester are well within daily reach.

Lower Kyrewood and the hop kiln, known as Kiln Cottage,
are Grade II listed having 17th century origins with later
additions. Formerly part of the Newnham Estate and
Kyrewood Estate, the house has been in the same family
through the generations since the early 1800’s.

The long drive sweeps around to the south side of the house
where there is ample car parking. There is a traditional feel
throughout the house with the brick tiled floor that is both
in the Hall and Kitchen as well as the deep inglenooks and
timber trusses. Most of the house has been reroofed and Kiln
Cottage was converted in the late 1980’s.

Off the Hall with the front staircase and cellar entrance is
the Sitting Room with an inglenook fireplace with a wood
burning stove and French doors to the terrace and the Dining
Room. The Kitchen has a deep and impressive inglenook in
which stands the two-oven oil fired AGA and there is a range
of fitted units including a double sink. The moulded ceiling
beams suggest this might be the oldest part of the house. The
back hall has a door to the garden, recessed cupboards, the
back staircase and a cloakroom/shower room. Beyond is the
Utility Room, the far end of which has been an office.
The oak staircase leads to one bedroom and a bathroom as
well as the main landing off which are two further bedrooms.
In the heart of the house is the main bedroom with its oak
floors and a walk-in cupboard to one side of the chimney.
Beyond are two further bedrooms off the back staircase and a bathroom.

Kiln Cottage, the converted hop kiln, has two entrances
each with a porch. The Sitting Room adjoins the Kitchen
divided by a bar. Off the inner hall is the circular sitting
room and cloakroom. On the first floor are three
bedrooms, one being circular, a bathroom and access to
good attic storage.

Old photographs show the grounds were used for grazing
and growing vegetables. Today the grounds have mature
trees and old orchards creating a woodland garden with a
line of oak trees along the western boundary.

Mains water and electricity. Both properties have their
own private drainage. Oil fired central heating for the
farmhouse and gas fired heating for Kiln Cottage.

Malvern Hills District Council
Council Tax Banding: Farmhouse E; Kiln Cottage A.

There will be a number of modest conditions for the new
owner and for the vendors to undertake involving the
division of services, uplift provisions over a section of the
grounds along the lane as well as the creation of a new drive.
The selling agents have further details concerning these

From Tenbury Wells leave on the B4204 Worcester road.
After about 2 miles turn right down White House Lane and
the entrance to Lower Kyrewood Farmhouse is on the right
hand side after about 300m.
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