The Mill House sits in a beautiful and secluded position, with its own private valley, waterfall and stream, surrounded by wooded countryside and in 10 acres of grounds that are an oasis of beauty and tranquillity. Bayton is a small village between Cleobury Mortimer, Tenbury Wells and Abberley
The house is believed to have been built on the site of a former miller's house. It is a late 16th century house with 19th century remodelling and mid-20th century alterations. The current owners have further improved the property, making it ideal for modern living and particularly for the larger or growing family.
Dual aspect open plan kitchen/family room is fitted with a range of Smallbone units with granite worktops over, a four oven Aga, integral double electric oven, steamer, ceramic hob, dishwasher and an American style fridge freezer.
The dining room has many exposed beams and a wood burner set in a large fireplace. It leads through to the drawing room with an oak mantelpiece above an open fire and French doors with fine views across the valley to the waterfall.
On the first floor are three bedrooms (two with en suite bathrooms) and a family bathroom with a splendid roll top bath.
The annexe is located above the triple garage and is detached from the main house and provides additional accommodation.
Nestled at the bottom of the garden is a stream and at the corner of this secret valley, a small waterfall.
Below the croquet lawn, separated by a yew hedge, is the swimming pool. This is hidden away from the house and has wonderful views over the woods. There is a pool house with changing rooms, shower room and a boiler/plant room.
The Paddocks are accessible from the lane and stables.
Worcester 16 miles, Ludlow 16 miles, Birmingham 28 miles, M5 (J5) 19 miles (All distances are approximate)
Bayton is a small village between Cleobury Mortimer, Tenbury Wells and Abberley. This historic village has numerous period properties, a primary school, church and village hall. All local amenities are available in Cleobury Mortimer and Tenbury Wells while Kidderminster and Worcester offer further opportunities for shopping and leisure. To the westis the market town of Ludlow, famed for its many festivals and fine restaurants.
The Georgian market town of Bewdley offers excellent amenities including shopping, restaurants and schools, in a wonderful position beside the River Severn. It is also home to one of the stations for the Severn Valley Steam Railway.
Worcester is to the south and has all that can be xpected of a city, including excellent private schooling, remiership rugby, County cricket within the setting of Worcester Cathedral and horseracing.
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