Malvern, Worcestershire
£1,150,000

Guide price

Bedrooms: 5
A stunning detached period townhouse with exceptional 180° views and conveniently located within walking distance of Great Malvern.

Situation

The property is situated in a highly regarded and very convenient central location being within walking distance from all the facilities of Great Malvern. The property has access to nearby Rose Bank Gardens and walks on the Malvern Hills which are a dominant feature of the landscape and also an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Malvern is renowned as a cultural centre with an excellent theatre and cinema together with a leisure centre, swimming pool and several sports clubs. Shopping facilities include a Waitrose superstore in the town centre and there are a wide range of independent retailers. More comprehensive facilities are available in the Cathedral City of Worcester with extensive shopping and recreational facilities to include Premiership Rugby, County cricket and horse racing.

Excellent state and private schooling include Malvern College and Malvern St James, The Royal Grammar School and The King's School in Worcester and two preparatory schools in nearby Colwall.

Description

The property is spacious and provides excellent versatile family accommodation which is beautifully and stylishly presented and has many period features to include mullioned windows, decorative moulded cornicing and feature fireplaces.

An arched entrance door with decorative door furniture leads through to an elegant hallway which has a beautiful decorative tiled floor, a high ceiling with intricate cornicing and a part stained glass sash window. There is a door to the cellarhead providing access to the small dry cellar and a separate door to the cloakroom which has an useful area for hanging coats and a separate WC. A panelled door leads through to the formal sitting room which is lovely and light with floor to ceiling sash windows to the front elevation making most of the spectacular views. This room also has a high ceiling and decorative cornicing and a fireplace which has a marble surround and fitted painted cupboards to each side with shelving above. On the other side of the hallway is the snug which is a cosy less formal reception room with an open fireplace with decorative tiled slips.

The breakfast kitchen is fabulous with a travertine tiled floor which has electric mat heating, an excellent range of traditional painted bespoke Maplewoodwork kitchen units with granite worktops and a matching central island unit. A tiled recess with an over mantle has a black 2 oven gas Aga with an adjacent electric Aga Module/Companion and there is a further recess housing the Maytag American style fridge freezer with a useful storage cupboard over. In front of the floor to ceiling sash windows there is a dining/breakfast area perfectly positioned to make the most of the spectacular far reaching views. Concealed sliding doors open into the dining room which also has a tiled floor, a fireplace recess and double part glazed doors opening out onto the garden and alfresco dining area. A panelled door leads through to the study/office which has a borrowed window and door through to the utility/boot room with a blue brick floor, painted brickwork and a plinth with plumbing for the usual appliances and a useful separate store/workshop.

Stairs from the hallway lead to the spacious first floor landing. The master bedroom has two sash windows to the front elevation enjoying the spectacular views and an original Victorian fireplace. The dual aspect guest bedroom also has an original fireplace and has a fitted floor to ceiling cupboard. Bedroom 3 is a good sized double bedroom and has fitted wardrobes. The luxury family bathroom has a freestanding slipper bath with claw feet, an Imperial Bathroom Company pedestal wash hand basin and tiled shower cubicle with a Creda shower.

From the top of the staircase there is a door to an inner landing leading to a separate first floor wing of the property. This comprises versatile accommodation which could be incorporated into the main family living space or could be used as additional self-contained accommodation for guests, extended family or alternatively as a separate income. The accommodation currently comprises a large open plan sitting room with a dining area and double doors out to a private south facing garden. This room has also been used as a bedroom and was historically the former Sunday School room. The separate kitchen has painted exposed floorboards and has fitted units and appliances and there is an adjacent shower room also with white painted floorboards, a corner rainwater shower cubicle and twin Imperial Bathroom Company pedestal wash hand basins. There are also two double bedrooms one of which has an original Victorian fireplace.

Outside

The property is approached via a sweeping driveway to a gravelled parking and turning area which is well screened with mature mixed hedging. There is a level lawned area with flower borders and mature trees to include a Scots Pine. An attractive decked area, which can also be accessed from the dining room, provides a perfect seating out and alfresco dining area. To the rear of the property there is a sloping wildflower garden which runs across the full width of the plot and has a wooden summerhouse. This area can be accessed from the main garden or by steps which lead from the driveway. There are two further private and secluded south facing seating out areas. From the driveway there is also access to two additional useful stores, one which houses one of the two gas fired central heating boilers.

01905 813787

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