Groveley Hall is an attractive country home with 17th century origins and set in the grounds of the original Groveley Hall, ownership of the estate can be traced back to 1536, when it was bought by Henry VIII from the College of Westbury. There has been a hall on the estate since the 13th Century.
The property benefits many period features with beams to some of the ceilings and walls, quarry-tiled floors to some of the rooms, an inglenook fireplace and internal strip panel latch doors.
The large kitchen/breakfast room is dual aspect making this space light and bright. French doors overlooking the extensive gardens make this a lovely area to throw the doors open and enjoy the summer months. The kitchen is well fitted with a good range of farmhouse style wall and floor mounted units. There is a beautiful deep green Aga adding to the farmhouse cottage feel. A breakfast bar is perfect for family life and less formal dining.
The breakfast end of the kitchen has plenty of space for a dining table and chairs or equally as a snug with more relaxed seating.
The kitchen flows to the more formal dining room with ample space for dining occasions.
The large drawing room is perfect for entertaining with a lovely inglenook fireplace as the focal point of the room and ceiling beams giving this space a cosy feel, perfect for enjoying those chillier winter evenings. French doors overlooking the gardens and two additional windows provide plenty of light.
There is a study at the rear of the house, directly
off the drawing room. This space is flexible in its use and could be incorporated in to the living accommodation as a playroom or snug area.
There is a smaller, sitting room at the front of the house, which, again is very flexible in its use.
Stairs rise to the first floor landing area where all four bedrooms can be accessed along with the large family bathroom. The master bedroom suite is located at the rear of the house and has the benefit of a walk in dressing room.
Groveley Hall is set in gardens and grounds totalling approximately 6.35 acres. The well-landscaped gardens provide beautiful views and are planted with mature trees and shrubs providing year round interest.
Pedestrian access for the owner of The Coach House from the top of the drive.
EPC rated E
Longbridge 1.3 miles, Barnt Green 3.1 miles, Alvechurch 3.3 miles, Wythall 4.4 miles, Redditch 6.4 miles, Bromsgrove 7.3 miles, Birmingham 8.7 miles, Solihull 9.5 miles, Worcester 21.6 miles, London 116 miles, M42 (J2) 1.8 miles, M5 (J4) 4.6 miles
Hopwood is situated South West of Birmingham and offers a number of sought after local schools including The Meadows & St Brigid's Primary Schools, Shenley Academy Secondary School & Sixth Form together with Turves Green Boys' & Girls' Secondary School in West Heath.
West Heath Park and Cofton Park are equidistant from
Groveley Hall with the beautiful Lickey Hills Country Park only 3 miles away.
The nearby villages all provide excellent local facilities
including individual shops and restaurants, public houses and primary schools including the rapidly expanding and recently regenerated Longbridge Town Centre.