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DRIFTWAY. A road or way over which cattle are driven. 1 Taunt. R. 279; Selw. N. P. 1037; Wool. on Ways, 1.

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Outside a stone-walled entrance opens onto a tarmacadam driveway leading through the driftway, to the rear of the property.
The Driftway Drivers had four players in the top 10 at Oakmont and a further two that made the cut.
Outside, the old driftway barn is Grade II listed and the design of the interior is sympathetic to the building's history, featuring a domed pine panelled ceiling.
This section of Driftway Road consists of only a 4.
The Driftway is a character cottage in the village of Churchill, Worcestershire, featuring lots of exposed beams, while Laurel Lodge is a three-bedroomed detached bungalow in historic Kinver, Staffordshire.
The Driftway, at Church Farm Barns, in Churchill Lane, offers two-bedroomed accommodation in a delightful, rural location.
Churchill itself is a very desirable and sought-after village, within which The Driftway and the other converted barns and cottages enjoy a slightly elevated, prominent position with views of the church.
Illustrative plans give an idea of the permitted scale of the development and show a Palladian-style house with courtyard, arched driftway approach and clock tower to suite classic tastes.
The selling agents are quoting a pounds 169,950 guide price for Driftway at Norrest court, Leigh Sinton near Malvern, a barn conversion with both private and communal gardens in a rural location in orchard and farmland.
There are traditional and modern outbuildings including old stabling with loft, timber framed driftway barn, former cow house and six bay sheep shed.