Mr Clarke thinks :
Arriving home never looked so beautiful.
Drive down the leafy tree-lined lane to be greeted by this delightful home. Once part of the grand Strensham Court, an early 19th century country house, the mews are within seven acres of communal gardens which are enjoyed by all the residents. Walk through the colourful courtyard to find the grand ex-stables, and this one is at the end. Welcome home.
Walk through the door, swap your shoes for slippers, drop your coat off in the under stairs cupboard and walk along the oak flooring to find the living room. The high ceilings are a real treat here, and so is the light-filled dual aspect Georgian windows where you can admire the pond. Place table and chairs to the rear window and gaze over the tranquil grounds with a cup of coffee. Next-door is the modern and bright kitchen. Prepping family meals and entertaining friends has never been so easy.
Mrs Clarke loves :
Friends will love to visit and sample our very own bit of countryside!
Climb the stairs to find the sleeping quarters and the relaxing bathroom. Asides from being decorated in neutral colours and offering views to the courtyard, the main bedroom boasts an en-suite with a delightful walk in shower. There are two further double bedrooms, both with impressive views overlooking the beautiful grounds. The family bathroom has plenty of room for children’s bath time. It’s quite unusual to have so much room, so you could always create an at home spa for afterwards.
The communal gardens are a lovely spot to find a quiet spot and enjoy a good book. There are plenty of green pockets of space to enjoy. Invite your friends for a barbecue, let the children play explorers, feed the ducks on the pond or chill by the courtyard fish pond, you can even join your neighbours for a friendly chat; you’ll never get tired of your surroundings. This is a delightful home in an idyllic setting, yet not too far from civilisation should you need to venture out. and you will be part of this glorious lifestyle, wandering through the trees, watching the wildlife and soaking in the ambience of the countryside.
- Three words : Charming. Peaceful. Countryside.
Our favourite part
The fact that this home retains the grand splendour of the Grade II Georgian history.
A collection of history and greenery...
Strensham is a great location to explore from. This home is nestled on the outskirts of the countryside so you can forest bathe and seek wildlife as you please. You’re just a short drive away from Upton upon Severn, a bustling town often hosting festivals. We would recommend popping to Tewkesbury to explore the medieval town and all of its rich vibrant history and beautiful water front setting. Spend your weekend visiting Tewkesbury Abbey or head to one of the two museums here. There are plenty of hidden gems around Strensham. For example, The Wheelhouse hosts live music on some Sundays, but if you wanted to be outside then there’s plenty of places to sit and admire the quaint riverside.
Slightly further afield is Great Malvern, a Victorian town with a wealth of culinary delights. The theatre and cinema offers entertainment for all ages with its west end productions and Christmas panto’s which everyone loves. Worcester city centre is accessible by car or bus, giving the delight of its Cathedral and the many other attractions that visitors flock to see.
Strensham Court Mews is situated in a good commutable location as the M5 is nearby, so you can link to London or the Midlands. Grab a train from Pershore, Great Malvern or Ashchurch near Tewkesbury, to head anywhere in the country.
There are many schools available in the area, Twyning offers a primary school, with Upton upon Severn Church of England and Tewkesbury Church of England just short drives away. For secondary education Hanley Castle High School, Pershore High School and Tewkesbury High. Private schools in the area include Malvern St. James, Malvern College and Bredon School.
...and full of fun!
- Stores: A host of independent shops, cafes and restaurants.
- Pubs: Sit by the River and order drinks and foods from the Boathouse.
- Walks: Riverside or countryside? Take your pick.
- Garden: The communal grounds are well maintained by the residents and a knowledgeable contracted gardener.
- Living Spaces: Oak flooring in hallway. High ceilings throughout and neutrally decorated.
- Kitchen: Modern fitted kitchen. Tiled splash back.
- Sleeping Spaces: 3 bedrooms.
- Parking: Communal parking.
- Tenure: Share of Freehold.