A wonderful grade II listed railway station which has been converted to a residential dwelling, privately tucked away in the village of Ripple set in 2.55 acrers.
Station House is wonderful grade II former railway station dating back to circa. 1864. It was converted in the early 80's to a residential dwelling. The accommodation of Station House includes three reception rooms, kitchen, three bedrooms (en suite to master) and a shower room. Attached to the building is a one-bedroom annex which includes kitchen, lounge, bedroom and shower room.
Detached is another annex which comprises of a ground floor double bedroom with en suite which leads up to the reception room, kitchen and bathroom.
Station House is in need of refurbishment to help bring it back to it's former glory, but does represent a fantastic oppertunity for someone looking to put their on mark on a home.
Station House is approached by a sweeping private driveway and is set in circa 2.55 acres. The gardens are mature and do require landscaping.
The land is naturally parceled to offer a fantastic development opportunity to build more dwellings (subject to planning permission and building regulations).
Ripple is a village and civil parish in the county of Worcestershire. It is situated north of the M50 motorway junction which links with the North and Southbound M5 Junction 8. It enjoys a local village inn, church, community centre and lovely country walks.
Mains water, mains electric, oil fired central heating, private drainage.
Malvern Hills 01684 862221
115 Promenade, Cheltenham
Gloucestershire, GL50 1NW
Call: +44 (0) 1242 222292