An incredible seven-bedroom country home with its own equestrian centre and horse stables has gone on the market for £3.25million.
The Grade-II listed home, in Droitwich, Worcestershire, also boasts a garage, outbuildings, woodland and extensive pastures across 40 acres.
The property, which dates back to the 16th-Century, listed on Right Move with Fine And Country, boasts of a ‘recently constructed equestrian centre of some 21,000 square feet’.
An incredible seven-bedroom country home in Droitwich, Worcestershire, which comes with its own equestrian centre could be yours if you have £3.25million going spare
The stunning Grade-II listed home features an open-plan kitchen and is decorated with stylish wooden beams which remain faithful to the home’s original furnishings
The property, which dates back to the 16th-Century, is listed on Right Move and was posted by estate agents Fine And Country. Pictured: On the ground floor of the home is a stunning dining room
The home is fittingly named Elm Hill and, as its name suggests, it sits on a ‘spectacular’ elevated position overlooking stunning countryside.
Its gardens are ‘manicured’ and the main home is approached via a gated tree-lined avenue, the listing adds.
Listed nearby are at least three riding clubs, meaning that there are plenty of like-minded people in the area to enjoy horse riding with.
On the ground floor is a reception hall, cloakroom with a separate toilet, drawing room, dining room, sitting room, snug, kitchen, breakfast room, garden room, utility room, office and store room.
The equestrian centre has a staff room, living room, fourteens tables and a tack room. There is also scope to add accommodation on the first floor
The impressive equestrian centre is likely to attract buyers with a similar passion for horses which the current owners possess
On the ground floor is a reception hall, cloakroom with a separate toilet, drawing room, dining room, sitting room (pictured), snug, kitchen, breakfast room, garden room, utility room, office and store room
On the first floor are all but one of the bedrooms, two of which have en-suite bathrooms – with the master bedroom having a dressing room as well.
The family bathroom and two separate toilets and one shower room are all also on the first floor.
The second floor houses the final bedroom along with another bathroom and en-suite dressing room.
In a brochure advertising the home, the current owner said, ‘It was the location that really caught our attention when we came across the property eleven years ago. It’s an exceptional place to live.
‘The renovation work was all done in a very sympathetic manner so it retains a lot of really lovely original features, which gives it great character and charm, but elements such as the kitchen and the bathrooms, and those behind the scenes such as the electrics and heating system have all been brought up to modern standards, so it’s very warm and welcoming and easy to live in. We’ve loved everything about it.’
The master bedroom comes with its own en-suite bathroom and dressing room and is located on the first floor of the home
The property also boasts a garage, outbuildings, woodland and extensive pastures and is set across 40 acres
Its gardens are ‘manicured’ and the main home is approached via a gated tree-lined avenue, the advert adds
The seller also revealed that they had added facilities for horses over the years because there were none when they moved in.
They initially had a wooden stable block built before adding the ‘hugely impressive’ indoor arena.
The facility also has a staff room, living room, fourteen stables and a tack room.
There is also scope to add accommodation on the first floor.
Speaking of the house itself, the owner said the Victorian dining room is ‘hugely impressive’ and would provide the ‘perfect backdrop for more formal occasions.’
The home nestles in the Worcestershire countryside and is near to three horse riding centres, meaning that there are plenty of fellow equestrians in the area
The seller revealed that they had added facilities for horses over the years because there were none when they moved in. Pictured: The equestrian centre