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Coombe Lane, Cradley, Malvern


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A detached cottage in a rural location with panoramic views over countryside and towards the Malvern Hills, with two acres of mature garden including area for a small paddock and a quarry garden, plus enclosed garden adjoining house with a stone built outbuilding. The accommodation comprises:- porch, two reception rooms, breakfast kitchen, utility and shower room, inner hall with storage and study, boot room, three bedrooms, family bathroom. The property has double glazing, an oil fired rayburn in the kitchen and night storage heaters. The property has potential to be updated and offers the opportunity to enjoy magnificent views from a gardeners retreat.


Single glazed porch with half glazed door to front and door with glazed inset windows opens to:-

Entrance Hall

With stairs to first floor and doors to :-

Dining Room

4.55m x 3.02m (14'11 x 9'10 )

Front aspect double glazed window, night storage heater, picture rail, two wall light points and glazed door to:-

Sitting Room

5.02m x 3.87m (16'5 x 12'8 )

Front and side aspect double glazed windows with rural views of the Malvern Hills, fireplace with log burner, wood block floor, TV aerial point, night storage heater.

Breakfast Kitchen

4.50m x 3.68m (14'9 x 12'0 )

Front and side aspect double glazed windows with views to the front of the Malvern Hills, tiled floor, oil fired Rayburn, kitchen units to eye and base level with freestanding electric cooker, one and half bowl single drainer sink unit, space and plumbing for dishwasher, door to shelved pantry. Doorway to:-

Inner Hall

4.33m x 2.45m (14'2 x 8'0 )

With continuing tiled floor, built in cupboards to one wall with shelving, door to understairs storage, doors to utility and boot room, open to:-


2.81m x 1.59m (9'2 x 5'2 )

Rear aspect double glazed window, built-in shelves to one wall.


2.19m x 1.56m (7'2 x 5'1 )

Rear aspect double glazed window, large Belfast sink with plumbing for washing machine, space for fridge freezer, door to:

Shower Room

2.21m x 1.59m (7'3 x 5'2 )

Side aspect opaque double glazed window, low flush wc, shower enclosure with Mira electric shower, wash basin with cupboard under, tiled floor, heated towel rail, extractor fan.

Boot Room

2.74m x 2.44m (8'11 x 8'0 )

Side aspect double glazed door to garden with adjacent windows, tiled floor.

First Floor Landing

On two levels with fitted bookshelves and space for a desk. Doors to:-

Bedroom One

4.57m x 3.27m (14'11 x 10'8 )

front aspect double glazed window with panoramic views of the Hills, fitted wardrobes to both sides of the chimney breast, night storage heater, tv aerial point.

Bedroom Two

4.62m x 2.99m (15'1 x 9'9 )

Front aspect double glazed window with panoramic views of the Hills, night storage heater, built in storage cupboard, small hatch to loft space.

Bedroom Three

2.51m x 2.45m (8'2 x 8'0 )

Side aspect double glazed window.


3.48m x 2.35m (11'5 x 7'8 )

Side aspect double glazed window, pedestal wash basin, bath with tiled surround, shower enclosure with electric shower, low flush wc, bidet, cupboard housing hot water tank with immersion heater.


The gardens and grounds extend to approximately two acres and have been lovingly developed by the current owners. Initially there is an enclosed lawned garden at the side planted with trees which are at their best in the autumn. The parking area adjoins this part of the garden and leads to the single track drive. A gate leads to a stone outbuilding, formerly a quarry worker's stable used as kennels and now storage. The garden slopes gently up hill with lawns, trees and shrubs. There is a seating area in a prominent position to take advantage of the magnificent view. Further into the garden is a veg plot and the top area could potentially be a small pony paddock. The property was built as a quarryman's cottage and has within the garden the original quarry which has been cultivated with appropriate planting and landscaping to enhance the unique tranquility. There is also a second entrance to the grounds where further parking is available and there is a garage.


From the office proceed along Worcester Road and take the second left into North Malvern Road and first right into Cowleigh Road. Follow the road along until reaching the T-junction with the A4103 Hereford/Worcester Road, head left towards Hereford. Proceed through Storridge, pass the Red Lion on the left and up the hill. On going past the left turn for Cradley where the road becomes two lanes, go in to the right hand lane and indicate to turn right just before the brow of the hill and just before the right turn onto the Bromyard Road. This is Coombe Lane and Highfield is the second on the left.

Marketed by Arrange viewing 01684 561411

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