The Tee is an excellent Queen Anne property in the countryside near Worcester with attractive red brick elevations. An array of period features include fireplaces with bressumer beams and brick hearths, brick-tiled floors, exposed timbers and beams throughout, as well as traditional skirting and architraving.

The house offers enormous potential and currently stands in need of some modernisation and refurbishment.

The ground floor is entered through the brick-tiled reception hall which leads to the sitting room with its inglenook fireplace while the drawing room leads to the large terracotta-floored conservatory and the spacious kitchen boasts an Aga.

Upstairs the master bedroom suite leads through to its own fitted dressing room. There are two further bedrooms and a family bathroom on this floor; on the second floor are three further bedrooms.

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Outside the impressive Tythe Barn extends to nearly 4,000sq ft over two storeys; the adjoining coach house also has two storeys. Leading off the barn are the traditional stables which are currently used for storage. All these buildings offer enormous potential for renovation. In addition the property also includes a large modern farm building and further assorted outbuildings.

The main gardens are lawned and bordered by a moated ha-ha. A particular love of the previous owners are the mature specimen trees in the gardens, which were collected from all over the world. The rest of the land is given over to three main fields and an area of woodland to the south and the west.

The Tee is located a mile from the thriving Worcester village of Martley which offers a village church, post office and shop, as well as several pubs. The city of Worcester is just eight miles to the east and has extensive further facilities.

The guide price is £995,000. For further information please contact Knight Frank on 01905 723 438 or visit www.knightfrank.co.uk.

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