Willersey Fields, Badsey, Evesham

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A detached house in need of modernisation with outbuildings and paddock, in all just under 2 acres.


From Stow-on-the-Wold, take the A424 and A44 towards Broadway. From the bottom of Fish Hill at the roundabout take the third exit signed to Willersey and Stratford on the B4632. Drive through the village of Willersey and at the mini roundabout go straight over into Badsey Lane (Road), continue passing the railway bridge and Garcroft is the fourth property on the left hand side.


Willersey is an attractive village with a wide green and village pond and facilities include The Bell Inn, H.J. Taylor Garage and the New Inn. There is a methodist church. Broadway is 2 miles and has a fuller range of shops and amenities. Evesham is 6 miles and Cheltenham is 20 miles.


Garcroft is a detached house constructed of brick elevations under a pitched slate roof. It is believed to have been built in the 1930 s and has two single storey extensions of matching brick.

Garcroft has been enjoyed by the present owner for over 50 years and has a number of useful outbuildings including a large double garage, two substantial barns together with five loose boxes and tack room fronting a small yard.

Garcroft is situated in just under 2 acres including gardens and a small paddock. It has a pleasant open outlook.

The existing accommodation comprises an entrance hall with sitting room, dining room, study, cloakroom and kitchen on the ground floor together with four bedrooms and a bathroom on the first floor.

The house now requires modernisation and subject to the necessary planning consents lends itself to be extended or alternatively demolished and a replacement dwelling built in its place to take advantage of its superb location.

Existing Accommodation

A pair of double glazed doors.

Entrance Lobby

Attractive leaded light semi-glazed and panelled door flanked by matching leaded light glazed panels to either side.

Staircase Hall

Sitting Room

Bay window, open fireplace with a stone surround raised hearth and timber mantlepiece, picture rail, television point.

Dining room

Fireplace with a wood burning stove on a raised quarry tiled hearth with brick surround and flanked to one side by book shelving, coved ceiling.


Comprising stainless steel sink unit with single drainer in a wide surround with drawers and cupboards beneath, space and plumbing for washing machine and space for oven. Further work surfaces with cupboards beneath. Oil fired central heating boiler. Door to


Plus further recess below the stairs. Double glazed casement with open fanlight, shelving.

Rear Lobby

Casement window and door opening to the rear of the house.


Double aspect room.


Low level w.c.

First Floor


Comprising a timber panelled bath with hand grips with Triton electric shower above, low level w.c. wash hand basin set within a timber surround with cupboards beneath and tiled splashback.

Bedroom One

Incorporating a range of wardrobe cupboards with sliding doors.

Bedroom Two

With access to the boarded roof space.

Bedroom Three

Picture rail, stripped pine floor.

Bedroom Four


Garcroft is set back from the village lane and approached via a decorative wrought iron gate and pillars with a gravelled drive leading past the front garden and onto a gravelled parking area set in front of the

Detached Double Garage

Electrically operated roller door and concrete base, casement windows, power and light, work bench and side pedestrian door.

To the side of the garage is a small yard with a range of

Two Loose Boxes

Tack Room

Constructed of timber elevations under a pitched corrugated roof with overhanging eaves. Power and light.

Situated opposite are

Three Loose Boxes

Measuring 11 10 x 11 6 and 12 x 11 10 and 13'3 x 11'10 . Timber and corrugated metal construction.

Situated behind the stables is a substantial

Portal Frame Barn

Wide metal door, constructed of part block and corrugated elevations under a barrel corrugated metal roof plus stairs leading to a mezzanine floor 29 7 x 24 7 with a further ground floor area situated at the rear of the barn and measuring 29 7 x 24 7 with a timber stable door and more recently constructed pair of metal doors leading to the rear of the barn.

Detached Coal Store

Detached Dutch Pole Barn

3 Bays with corrugated sheet elevations and barrelled roof. Concrete base.


The gardens are situated mainly to the front, side and to the rear of the house. They are mainly laid to lawn and interspersed by a number of shrubs, roses and fruit trees. A former vegetable garden is situated between two hedges and runs along the side of the house. To the rear there is a smaller lawned area and paved sitting out area. There is a second vehicular access set at the opposite side to the first one.

Greenhouse 13 x 8

The Land

A gate leads to the permanent pasture paddock which is surrounded by hedging, post and wire fencing and recently laid hedging at the rear.

In all just under 2 Acres.



Local Authority

Cotswold District Council, Trinity Road, Cirencester, GL7 1PX

Tel: 01285 623000.

Council Tax

Band E. Rates payable 2023/2024 £2,474.06


Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Oil fired central heating. Private Drainage.


Garcroft lends itself to extension or demolition and rebuilding subject to the Council's planning and replacement dwelling policy and all usual consents.

Overage Clause

An uplift will apply in the event that planning permission is granted for the erection of 2 or more dwellings in the future.

01451 798056

Tayler & Fletcher (Stow on the Wold)

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