A delightful rural property dating back to the 1700’s.
Clent House has been transformed over the centuries having been built as a stables back in 1709.
The property in Bromsgrove Road, Clent, was only converted to residential use as recently as 1955, although it has been further improved and extended since then. A back hall has more timber panelling to the walls and a cloakroom.
An elegant entrance hall leads to an intimate, timber panelled drawing room with heavy beams to the ceiling. Upstairs a half landing leads to bedroom two with en suite bathroom and private balcony. At the back of the house is a leisure wing with indoor swimming pool.
The panelled first floor landing accesses a master suite boasting dressing room and grand private bathroom.
Dating back to 1850, this charming detached cottage, incorporating the former village sweet shop has been extended and refurbished to a high degree.
In brief, the versatile accommodation comprises dining room, living room, breakfast kitchen, utility room, garden room, ground floor bedroom and shower room whilst to the first floor are four further bedrooms and bathroom.
With driveway parking, attractive cottage gardens and oil fired central heating, Scatterbrook Cottage is certainly one to view!
EPC Rating E46Dining Room - 4.34m x 3.89m (14'3" x 12'9") - A part glazed entrance door leads into the Dining Room a particular feature of which is the 'Hunter' wood burner stove inset to an Inglenook fireplace.
Original red bricked flooring, double glazed multi paned window to front aspect, radiator and exposed ceiling timbers.
Doors lead to the Living Room and the rear Hallway.
Bricked steps lead down to: Breakfast Kitchen - 4.79m x 3.04m (15'9" x 10'0") - Fitted with a range of bespoke oak base units with cream painted full height eye level units incorporating spice drawers and shelving.