A period farmhouse set in glorious gardens in a charming village location in need of cosmetic enhancements
Occupying a charming position, Twyning Farm House sits beautifully within its plot, surrounded by mature formal gardens. This private setting has a real sense of space, with an expanse of lawn surrounding the property and a vista to open countryside and the Malvern Hills beyond. A driveway dissects the well established garden which is thought to be cira acre. To the edge of the property and within the grounds is a useful outbuilding with two floors, a dairy house and barn. Although unconverted, planning permission was granted some time ago for the renovation and development of these buildings offering exceptional development potential.
Shuthonger is a pretty and very accessible hamlet situated just north of the market town of Tewkesbury and on the edge of the well patronised village of Twyning which is home to two public houses, village shop/post office and a highly regarded Primary school. Much of the charm of Twyning Farm House is due to its tranquil setting, sited on a quiet lane in a private position enjoying the most glorious views of open countryside. Set on the Gloucestershire borders, high above the Severn Vale, Shuthonger is at the heart of semi-rural living surrounded by beautiful walking and riding countryside with some excellent recreational pursuits available in the local area. Whilst distinctively rural, the hamlet itself is within easy commute to both Cheltenham, Gloucester and Worcester, all of which provide exceptional schooling and cultural centres. Access to motorway networks are also excellent with M50 and M5 junctions within striking distance, making both a South/North commute easy.
Tewkesbury Borough Council
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
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