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Clevelode, Malvern Guide Price £895,000

  • John Goodwin - Malvern

    13 Worcester Road, Great Malvern, Worcestershire

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Bedrooms: 4

A TOTALLY UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY TO PURCHASE AN INDIVIDUAL MODERN DETACHED FAMILY HOUSE IN A STUNNING LOCATION OVERLOOKING THE RIVER SEVERN WITH FULL FISHING AND MOORING RIGHTS AND OFFERING WELL PROPORTIONED ACCOMMODATION OF VERANDAH AND PORCH, RECEPTION HALL, CLOAKROOM, LIVING ROOM, DINING ROOM, STUDY, SITTING ROOM, KITCHEN, REAR HALL, UTILITY, FOUR DOUBLE BEDROOMS (ALL WITH EN SUITES), OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING, DOUBLE GLAZING, AMPLE PARKING, DOUBLE GARAGE, GROUNDS EXTENDING TO APPROXIMATELY 4.25 ACRES. APPROXIMATELY 1/3RD OF A MILE OF RIVER FRONTAGE ENERGY RATING 'D'.

Location & Description:

Occupying a slightly elevated position this is a substantial modern detached family house which was designed by the present owners to their own high specification and was completely rebuilt by a local firm of builders in 2000. The house commands magnificent long distance views over the River Severn and is situated in a most delightful rural setting standing in grounds of approximately 4.25 acres. Approximately 1/3rd of a mile of river frontage. There has been a property on this site, which has been within the same family ownership, since the early 1800s and has never been offered for sale on the open market.

Whilst enjoying a tranquil setting the property is still within easy access to the town centre of Upton upon Severn where there is a fine range of amenities including shops, bank, supermarket, inns, restaurants, primary school and medical centre with doctor and dental surgeries. Hanley Castle high school is also close by. Other major centres at Malvern and Worcester are also within easy travelling distance providing good transport links and further educational, cultural and recreational facilities.

The M50/M5 motorway is just beyond Upton and brings the Midlands, South Wales and the South West all within a convenient commuting time. There are mainline railway stations at Malvern and Worcester providing connections to Birmingham, Hereford and London Paddington.

It is not possible within the confines of these details to completely do full justice to the house being in such a wonderful location as well as having full fishing and mooring rights. It obviously provides for a superb family home but also has the potential to be used in conjunction with a variety of commercial uses such as Bed & Breakfast or a recreational outlet relating to boating and fishing. The property has oil fired central heating, American Anderson double glazed wooden sash windows and pine interior doors, architraves and staircase, Roca sanitary ware and Matki glass shower enclosures in all bathrooms. The agent strongly recommends an early inspection to fully appreciate this exceptional property and its beautiful setting.

The accommodation in detail comprises:

Verandah:

With Oak supports and open porch having arched brick entrance, slate floor and pine ceiling with inset lights. Double glazed door to

Reception Hall:

Radiator, telephone point, two picture lights, ceramic tiled floor, inset ceiling lights

Cloakroom:

White suite of pedestal wash hand basin, mixer tap, tiled surround, low level WC, radiator, half tiled walls, ceramic tiled floor, double glazed window, extractor

Living Room:

4.68m (15ft 4in) x 4.14m (13ft 7in)

Inglenook fireplace with brick surround and Oak beam, Vermont multi-fuel stove, radiator, three picture lights, TV point, solid Oak floor

Dining Room:

4.1m (13ft 5in) x 3.56m (11ft 8in)

Radiator, four wall lights, solid Oak floor

Study:

2.96m (9ft 9in) x 2.14m (7ft 0in)

Radiator, solid Oak floor

Sitting Room:

4.67m (15ft 4in) x 3.97m (13ft 0in)

Inglenook fireplace with brick surround, Vermont multi-fuel stove, raised tiled hearth, radiator, three picture lights, solid Oak floor, step up to

Sitting Room photo

Kitchen:

4.25m (13ft 11in) x 3.57m (11ft 9in)

Craftsman built with solid Beech units, single drainer bowl and a half sink, mixer tap, cupboard under. Further matching range of base cupboards and drawers with working surface over and tiled surround. Bosch DISHWASHER, Paul Bocouse Rosieres semi-professional RANGE COOKER with four ring bottled gas hob, hotplate, double oven, extractor and light, breakfast bar, inset ceiling lights, ceramic tiled floor, glazed door to

Rear Hall:

Radiator, ceramic tiled floor, inset light, stable door to outside

Utility Room:

2.65m (8ft 8in) x 2.35m (7ft 9in)

Belfast sink and shower tap, floor unit and work surface, plumbing for washing machine, radiator, Wall Star oil fired boiler, access to roof storage space, ceiling light point, double glazed window, ceramic tiled floor

FIRST FLOOR

Landing:

Airing cupboard with Heatrae Sadia Megaflo mains pressure hot water cylinder and slatted shelving, double glazed doors opening to BALCONY

Bedroom 1:

4.14m (13ft 7in) x 3.62m (11ft 11in) plus door recess

Having step down, radiator, TV point, two wall lights

En Suite Shower Room:

Shower compartment with tiled surround, white suite of pedestal wash hand basin, mixer tap, shaver point and light, low level WC, radiator, extractor and half tiled walls

Bedroom 2:

4.11m (13ft 6in) x 3.57m (11ft 9in)

Radiator, coving to ceiling, two wall lights, TV point.

En Suite Shower Room.:

Shower compartment with tiled surround, white suite of corner wash hand basin, mixer tap, low level WC, radiator, double glazed window, extractor and half tiled walls

Bedroom 3:

4.02m (13ft 2in) x 3.57m (11ft 9in)

Radiator, two wall lights, one wood panelled wall. TV point.

En Suite Bathroom:

White suite of pine panelled bath, mixer tap, shower attachment and screen. Pedestal wash hand basin, mixer tap, low level WC, radiator, double glazed window, extractor, access to roof space and further connecting door to landing

Bedroom 4:

3.76m (12ft 4in) plus door recess x 3.51m (11ft 6in) plus wardrobe depth

Hand built solid pine painted wardrobes with cupboards and drawers, further walk in clothes' cupboard, radiator, two wall lights, telephone point, TV point, access to roof space.

En Suite Shower Room..:

Shower compartment with tiled surround, white suite with corner wash hand basin, mixer tap, shaver point and light, low level WC, radiator, extractor and half tiled walls

Outside:

The property is approached via a five bar vehicular gate and short tarmac drive leading down and opening out to a Forest of Dean gravel driveway providing ample car parking space and turning area and leading to the detached

Double Garage:

8m (26ft 3in) x 4.8m (15ft 9in)

Two wooden up and over doors, stable door, light and power points, roof storage

To the south side of the property there is an Indian slate terrace and feature well. There is a sloping area of ground behind the garage laid to grass but mainly the grounds sweep away from the property along a level area of grass to the river bank and are interspersed with a small orchard of Plum, Damson, Cherry and Apple trees. Beyond this there are various hillside shrubs and trees as the land leads on to its furthest point.

AGENT'S NOTE

There have been some occasions when the river has broken its banks and water has egressed as far as the orchard in the grounds but due to its elevated position the property itself has not been affected by flooding.

SERVICES

We have been advised that mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Central heating is via an oil fired boiler. Drainage is to a Klargester bio-disc sewage system. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant authorities. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.

TENURE

We are advised (subject to legal verification) that the property is freehold.

COUNCIL TAX BAND "G"

This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.

VIEWING

Strictly by appointment through the Agents Malvern office. 01684 892809.

DIRECTIONS

From the centre of Great Malvern proceed down Church Street into Barnards Green Road and to the major island in the centre of Barnards Green. Take the third exit continuing along Barnards Green Road (B4211) signposted to Upton. Follow the Guarlford Road out of town for approximately one mile into the village of Guarlford. On seeing the church and nursery on your right hand side, take the next left hand turning into Clevelode Lane. Follow this road for just under a mile to a crossroads (where it meets the B4424 Upton to Worcester Road). Carry straight on across this road towards Clevelode following this narrow lane down passing a house on the right hand side, for just over quarter of a mile and take the first track on your right identified by a public footpath sign. Continue along this track for a short distance which leads down to the property.

Outside.

Floor Plan

Neighbourhood average sold house prices

Semi-detached
£232,500
Detached
£376,000

Based on 6 transactions covering the past 5 years. Prices are not adjusted for inflation. Data is supplied by the Land Registry.

  • John Goodwin - Malvern

    13 Worcester Road, Great Malvern, Worcestershire

    • Request details

      I would like to:
    • 01684 438535