A superb period family home with far reaching views, set in about seven acres, convenient for Beaudesert Park School and surrounded by spectacular countryside.
Five Reception Rooms
Three Bathrooms, House
Paddocks and stables
In all Approx. 5,705 Sq Ft
Blackberry Hill is a former Vicarage built in 1850. It is a very fine example of Victorian architecture which the vendors have been careful to maintain and enhance, creating a superb home in which to bring up their family. Set on the upper slopes of a wooded valley, Blackberry Hill has a prominent position with good views and with a south-easterly aspect so attracts excellent levels of natural light through its large windows.
Throughout the house there are many fine period features - flag stone floors, mullion windows and attractive fireplaces, and it has a genuine feeling of space, especially on the ground floor making it ideal for entertaining.
The accommodation in principal comprises five reception rooms, seven bedrooms, two dressing rooms, three bathrooms, two cloakrooms and an extensive wine cellar. Blackberry Hill is approached up an impressive gravel drive leading to a broad sweep with a Coach House at its rear offering garaging and storage but which also has potential for other uses (subject to planning consent). Blackberry Hill is not listed. Set in about seven acres,
Blackberry Hill has formal gardens to the front and side, flanked by wooded grounds which contain many specimen trees, a legacy of an association with the Holford family who established the world famous Westonbirt Arboretum nearby in the 19th century. Behind these are three paddocks totalling about four acres with stables (two loose boxes) and a feed store/tack room.
N.B. A public right of way passes along the west side of the paddocks.
Approximate Square Feet:
Lot Acres: 6.86