1600s home with its own river, shooting, and fishing rights is up for sale at £1.95 million

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A stunning five-bedroom countryside property boasting its own lavish river is now up for sale at £1.95 million – and owners will have both shooting and fishing rights on the grounds.

The Kingswood House, which was built in the 1600s, is nestled in a secluded location in the hamlet of Kingswood, Worcestershire, having undergone various extensions and refurbishments to give the historic property a facelift.

The grand river-side house contains five bedrooms, four reception rooms and four bathrooms – and is surrounded by 15.5 acres of rural gardens and woodland.

Residents enter the home through an original oak-beamed open porch, leading into a hallway containing a cloakroom and a study.

The main sitting room, accessed from the hallway by a stone staircase, connects to the dining room, which boasts its own log burner.

Meanwhile, the sitting room features doors leading out on to the patio, boasting breath-taking views of the private gardens – peppered with numerous ponds and picnicking areas.

The open-plan kitchen and diner has modern granite worktops and exquisite tiled flooring, with a variety of built-in appliances including a drinks fridge and dishwasher.

On the first floor, there are five spacious bedrooms – and most of them are en suite, with iron-footed bathtubs.

There is also a guest bedroom with an en-suite shower and the room contains a coveted window seat so guests can enjoy exceptional garden views.

The property also contains attic space for storage, accessible by a loft ladder, and has several barn conversions – including Nonna’s Cottage and Kingswood Cottage.

Both cottages are self-contained for rental purposes, providing owners with an extra form of income.

Kingswood House is located near the village of Martley – the historic city of Worcester, Bromyard and Malvern are nearby with links to the M5.

Take a look at Kingswood House here.

If that one doesn’t tickle your fancy, this Norfolk manor has seven bedrooms and is on the market for the same price.

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