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The Court House

Wolverley Village


About the property

A fantastic opportunity to own this totally unique period property situated right in the heart of Wolverley village.
Property Snapshot
  • Thriving village centre location
  • Surrounded by amazing countryside
  • Packed with unique period features
  • Parking for several vehicles
  • Three double bedrooms
  • Exceptional views from the first floor and rooftop terrace
  • Thomas Sanderson remote controlled blinds
  • Luxury fitted carpets

Featuring the most amazing Gothic facade incorporating a delightful terrace overlooking the village. The interior floods with light through leaded windows and stained-glass with stylish and tasteful décor including ‘William Morris’ wallpaper. The stunning accommodation within includes a sitting room, dining room and adjoining kitchen, cloakroom/WC, three double bedrooms and a magnificent bathroom. The extensive loft is packed with beams and ripe for conversion leading to a spectacular roof terrace with tremendous views.

The Court House is the most unique village residence featuring a magnificent Gothic façade which cannot fail to impress. Believed to date back to around 1829, the property is the central part of a former school and was formally used as a council chamber. The frontage features a full height Gothic portico incorporating a delightful terrace with Tudor arch and accompanying carved stone heads to either side of the front door. The terrace has a wonderful Mediterranean feel and great leafy views of the surrounding village, ideal for alfresco dining in the early evening sunshine.

This wonderful façade is approached by an impressive entrance from the village giving way to an extensive gravelled frontage providing parking for multiple vehicles. Two flights of stone steps lead from here to the wonderful terrace where one can marvel at the array of architectural features which make up the portico, including stepped buttresses and corner turrets. Underneath the terrace are two useful storage rooms with water supply and power.

Once through the wonderful Tudor arch and period front door, you are greeted by spacious and light accommodation which is tastefully decorated throughout. The current owners have continued to improve the property, upgrading not only the aesthetics but also the fabric of the building.

The entrance hallway has a column radiator, an understairs cupboard and doors lead to the sitting room/lounge, a downstairs WC and the dining room. There is also quality ‘Karndean’ flooring which runs through to the kitchen and dining room.

The excellent sitting room is incredibly light with leafy views of the village through three delightful leaded windows. This room also features remote controlled ‘Thomas Sanderson’ blinds which are present throughout the property, a multi-fuel burner set within a classic period fireplace, two useful alcoves with storage underneath, column radiators and stylish ‘William Morris’ wallpaper.

The fully fitted kitchen has ‘Bosch’ appliances and has been made open plan to the dining room. Comprising solid wooden work surfaces with an inset Belfast sink, a gas hob with an extractor above, a double oven and microwave, a dishwasher and fridge freezer, space for additional appliances, down lighters and a wall-mounted boiler. The accompanying dining room is light and airy with delightful views of the village through leaded windows.

The first-floor accommodation is also full of period features and is similarly spacious and light. The excellent landing area has a pulldown ladder leading to an extensive loft space which the current owners have now made far more accessible.

The loft space is vast and lends itself easily to conversion, featuring an array of incredible oak beams and leading to an amazing rooftop terrace.

This terrace commands the most amazing panoramic views taking in not only the attractive village centre but also the wonderful surrounding countryside.

The three bedrooms are all good-sized double rooms which are tastefully decorated and appointed.

Bedroom one has stylish ‘William Morris’ wallpaper, a column radiator, a window box, fitted wardrobes, a wall-mounted Sony television included in the sale and a double-glazed window overlooking countryside. Bedroom two enjoys the same lovely views and features fitted wardrobes and attractive ‘Christian Lacroix’ wallpaper, whilst bedroom three enjoys leafy village views through stained glass windows and has ‘Thomas Sanderson’ wallpaper, the most attractive shaped stained-glass set within ornate stonework, a rare and beautiful piece of architecture also exhibited in the house bathroom.

The spacious and light bathroom is beautifully appointed and comprises a Whirlpool bath with fixed rainfall shower and separate shower attachment above, Karndean flooring, attractive tiling, a chrome radiator and useful storage utility cupboard housing a Samsung washer/drier included in the sale and space for additional appliances.

To the front there is a walled garden and large courtyard.

There are two balconies/terraces with stunning views.

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