Vines Lane, Cradley, Malvern, WR13

£1,250,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
The main part of the house dates from the 17th century, although it is built around a much older core. There are 19th century additions on the north side and adjoining 17th century barns on the south side.

The house faces south east with all the principal reception rooms leading from the stair hall in the centre of the house. There is a porch and an alternative “front” door on the west side of the house. It is thought that a driveway approached the house from this side at one time. The first floor has four good sized bedrooms and three bathrooms. There are also two large loft rooms.

The building adjoining the south side of the house has three versatile rooms for further bedrooms, offices or playrooms.

The three detached timber framed barns have significant potential for further development subject to the usual consents. The two larger barns closest to the house are double height with first floor loft storage. The barn furthest from the house is a single storey, open sided wagon shed.

The Cottage is attached to the most easterly barn and provides well appointed 3 bedroom accommodation ideal as an annexe, staff or holiday lets.

The house is approached via a gravel drive between two ponds. There is ample parking in the courtyard next to the barns.

A modern farm yard of steel framed buildings lies to the south east of the period barns. It has a separate access from the road and consists of 3 general purpose machinery.

Great Malvern 3 miles, Ledbury 9 miles, Worcester 9 miles, M5 (J7) 11 miles, Birmingham 37 miles (All distances are approximate)

The picturesque village of Cradley is surrounded by beautiful Herefordshire countryside. It lies just 3 miles to the west of the thriving spa town of Malvern with easy access to the motorway network and direct mainline train links to Birmingham and London.

The Malvern Hills, an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are the dominant feature of the landscape. Malvern is also a renowned cultural centre with an excellent theatre and cinema, good shopping facilities, a Waitrose superstore is in the town centre and there are a wide range of retailers on a busy high street.

In the Cathedral city of Worcester, there are extensive shopping and recreational facilities including premiership rugby, County cricket and horse racing on the banks of the River Severn.

There is excellent schooling from both the private and state sectors.

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