Property flirt! Can you guess the price?
Need to escape your own home for a few minutes? Here, have a virtual wander around this gorgeous seven bed family house for sale in Bewdley, Worcs. It's a slice of Bridgerton-heaven! And then have fun guessing the price-tag.
Got festive cabin fever yet? Here, this will cheer up you up – a peek through the keyhole at this stunning, 17th century Bridgerton-esque property for sale in Pleasant Harbour, Bewdley, Worcs, and then the fun bit – guess how much it’s worth ….
So what do we have here? Well, Glenhurst (so posh it has its own name) is an exquisite Grade ll Listed Georgian townhouse. Built in the early 18th Century it’s a pandora’s box of dreamy period features. If you’re into Bridgerton-chic you’ll be in heaven.
Sitting in an elevated position on the north side of the river Severn in the heart of Bewdley, you’ll never be fighting for space again, with five reception rooms, seven bedrooms and four bathrooms to spread out in. Within walking distance of this beauty are lovely indie shops to browse such as Bewdley Blooms, The Park Royal Collection, selling both modern and vintage interiors, and funky Mooch for homewares. And pop in to the likes of waterside Mug House Inn for a gin cocktail or Mrs Chill’s, a retro ice-cream parlour. You’ll also have West Midlands Safari and Leisure Park right on your doorstep.
Situated 3.5 miles away from the bright lights of Kidderminster from where a direct train to Birmingham takes just over 40 minutes, and get to London in little over two hours.
So, are you ready to salivate? First up check out this elegant wood-panelled dining room, it’s reputed that Stanley Baldwin, 1st Earl Baldwin of Bewdley, who held the title of Prime Minister three times hosted meetings from here during the war. Erm, wow! And Sir Winston Churchill, may well have been present.
Arranged over three floors the rest of the house does not disappoint. Including an incredibly spacious lounge with a huge fireplace, and a stunning open plan kitchen diner with marble worktops and a 3-oven AGA.
We rather fancy reclining on this four-poster bed too, looks a the height of those ceilings! And the floor to ceiling Georgian windows are simply beautiful, looking out onto the gardens.
With four bathrooms you will be spoilt for choice, from roll top baths in the middle of the room (so decadent) to graceful crystal chandeliers to sip your bath-time Champers under.
But the fun doesn’t stop at the main house, for your admittedly large pot of cash you will also get a Coach House, which has its own entrance and driveway, along with a seperate two bedroom annex – perfect for that Air bnb you always wanted to do (or a place to shove the kids).
The current owners previously had planning permission to build a three storey extension into the corner of the courtyard too.
Walled gardens surround the property along with a sweeping gravel drive surrounded with mature yew and beech trees, before a set of very swish wrought iron gates into the house.
So how much is it on for, do you think? Best guesses in the comments box below and click here to see if you’re right. No cheating now, that’s naughty.