Mr Clarke thinks :
I can't wait to fill this home with treasures!
This quaint home is nestled in the quiet village of Ryall, just a stone’s throw from the bustling town of Upton-upon-Severn. The bungalow has been extended by the current family and offers bright, spacious rooms perfect for putting your own stamp onto it.
When you park outside this home (or in the garage), you'll love how relaxing this residential road is. You can hear the wildlife stirring and that’s about it. Stepping into the hallway you will be delighted with the welcome home. Entering the sitting room, you can imagine relaxing with a cuppa watching TV. Or head into the illuminated conservatory to watch the birds look for grubs outside the conservatory. Walking back through the dining room towards the hall, you get a glimpse of the rear garden from a large window. Furnish this room with a large table adorned with food grown from your own veg plot, and you’ll have your friends lining up for a dinner party invite. To prep, you’ll have plenty of space in the contemporary style kitchen. It’s light and bright, and it also hosts plenty of work-surfaces. You can easily let friends and family in via the porch here, it leads directly into the garden.
Mrs Clarke loves :
From garden to plate; this home will allow family meals to be the highlight of the day.
If you have anyone staying, there’s three bedrooms which all look out to the front of the home. There’s two double rooms and a generous third bedroom, all decorated in neutral colours ready for you to make your own. The fully tiled shower-room is entered from the hallway, and offers a shower cubicle, toilet and wash hand basin.
A garden that has a patio area, raised lawns and dwarf walls is an ideal place to plant aubrietia and miniature daffodils. This can be a dreamy spring and summer lawn filled with colour. In the harvesting months, head to the vegetable plot at the rear which is currently home to herbs, mint, sage and rosemary…Autumn raspberry canes bend with succulent fruit, ideal for those little hands to pluck.
This property has so much to offer, whether you are downsizing or looking for a family home with space in peaceful surroundings, The Beeches can offer all of this.
- Three words : Spacious. Village. Home.
Our favourite part
Quiet home, but surrounded by exciting places to explore.
A place to wile away long summer days...
Wander along the High Street and admire the 17th century buildings, look up otherwise you might miss them amongst the lovely store fronts. The windows of the individual shops show their attractive wares. Upton has much to offer and is just a few minutes’ walk away, liveliness out of proportion to its size! Whatever you’re up to, definitely stop off at The Bluebell for some good food and a nice ale.
One of our favourite things to do is hire a boat and cruise the Severn marvelling at the scenery and wildlife. Look out for the “Pepperpot” a distinctive medieval church tower with its 18th century copper cupola.
Local schooling is offered for all ages. Little Blossoms nursery for your budding youngsters is situated at Clive’s fruit farm, with Upton on Severn Church of England school offering placement for 4-11 year olds. Secondary education can be sought from Hanley Castle High School with the Chase Technology College in Barnards Green. There are several private schools and opportunities for educating your children.
Ryall is situated in a good commutable location less than 8 miles from the M5 motorway which is close to the M50 and the M42 with links to London the Midlands, the North and Wales it is an ideal situation for travel. Worcester, Tewkesbury, Pershore and Evesham can be reached by buses. Rail networks are available from Great Malvern or Malvern link stations which offer transport throughout the Country.
...and to get cosy on winter nights.
- Closest village/town: Great Malvern, a Victorian town with delightful cafes and restaurants, a wealth of culinary delights.
- Post Office: 1
- Pubs: Pop into Upton and sit by the river with a mojito and pizza from The Boathouse.
- Photo Credit: Craig Southall.