A most impressive and superbly presented semi-detached Victorian country property, enjoying a peaceful rural setting, with views across open countryside towards the Malvern hills in the distance. Offering extensive and extended family accommodation with a plot of almost two acres of gardens, garaging and a tennis court. Inside the property the accommodation comprises; reception hallway, utility room, cloakroom with WC, laundry room, dining room, large drawing room with views toward the garden to the rear, kitchen/breakfast room, garden room/conservatory, first floor landing, five bedrooms (master with en-suite shower room), family bathroom, fifth bedroom is in converted loft space. A property with an enviable and quiet rural location and delightful views in every direction, a viewing is essential to fully appreciate.
Reception Hall (3.71m x 3.51 min (12'2" x 11'6" min))
With two double glazed windows to front aspect, two radiators, telephone point, central heating thermostat, built in cupboard, under stairs cloaks cupboard with light and hanging rail, stairs to first floor, door to kitchen, door to:
Utility Room (2.76m x 2.00m min excluding door recess (9'0" x 6')
Having two double glazed windows to side aspect, radiator, built in cupboards with shelving, stable style door to rear garden, doors to laundry room and to:
Having low level WC, wash hand basin and double glazed window to side aspect.
Laundry Room (2.01m x 1.57m min excluding boiler recess (6'7" x)
With single drainer stainless steel sink unit having two cupboards below, work surface with base unit and plumbing for washing machine, double glazed window to front aspect, central heating boiler and controls.
Dining Room (4.50m x 3.45m (14'9" x 11'3"))
Having radiator, recess for original former fireplace (no longer in use) display alcove (site of former bread oven), further raised display alcoves with glass screen lending views into reception hall, glazed doors to kitchen and also to:
Drawing Room (5.46m x 5.19m (17'10" x 17'0"))
An impressive and bright room, the main feature of which is a modern inglenook style fireplace constructed on a raised brick hearth and matching brick surround with timber mantle and wood burner, radiator, double glazed windows to two aspects, large double glazed doors leading to rear garden.
Kitchen/Breakfast Room (7.46m x 2.67m (24'5" x 8'9"))
An impressive room with a fine range of wooden floor and wall mounted cupboards, work surface with one and a half bowl single drainer sink with mixer tap, integral dishwasher, space for an electric range style cooker. (The Everhot electric range cooker in place is available by negotiation). Pine breakfast bar, radiator, double glazed window to front aspect, ceramic tiled floor, down lighters, television aerial point and a corner computer desk/shelf, archway to:
Garden Room (5.05m x 2.29m (16'6" x 7'6"))
A lovely bright room with a ceramic tiled floor, radiator, double glazed windows to side aspect and further double glazed doors leading to the rear garden.
First Floor Landing
Having radiator, very large built in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted shelving, door to second floor.
Bedroom One (5.19m x 4.14m min excluding door recess (17'0" x 1)
Having double glazed windows to side and rear aspects with views, two radiators, telephone point, large walk in wardrobe with hanging rails and storage cupboards, door also to:
En-Suite Shower Room (1.62m x 2.26m (5'3" x 7'4"))
Having tiled shower cubicle, low level WC, wash hand basin, ladder style radiator, double glazed window to side aspect and spot lighting.
Bedroom Two (3.90m x 3.52m (12'9" x 11'6"))
Having radiator, double glazed window to side aspect, recessed wardrobe, built in bookcase.
Bedroom Three (3.83m x 2.62m (12'6" x 8'7"))
Having radiator, wash hand basin with tiled splash back and mirror tiles above, double glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom Four (3.62m max into recess x 2.51m (11'10" max into rec)
With radiator, double glazed window to rear aspect, wall light point, telephone and broadband point.
Bathroom (2.61m x 2.68m (8'6" x 8'9"))
Having panelled bath with plinth and raised step for easy access. Tiled surround, fitted shower and shower screen, low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splash back, radiator, double glazed window to front aspect.
Second Floor - Bedroom Five (7.01m max x 3.65m min to purlin level only (22'11")
A superb room ideal for guests, for teenagers or simply as a sitting room, it has three large double glazed velux windows, useful under eaves storage space (some with shelving) and door to roof spaces, views, wooden spindle banister.
A gated entrance opens onto a long tarmac driveway which leads to a large parking area in front of the house, It also leads to a detached garage. The driveway is flanked by a large lawn with mature shrubs, trees and established hedging to each side which gives the front garden privacy, there are three outside lights. A gated access leads to the rear garden which is laid to lawn and has areas of paved terracing and patios as well as several mature trees, shrubs and well established borders. A trellised arch leads to the main gardens beyond. These are again laid to a large expanse of open lawns with shrubs and trees including silver birch and willow, maple and pear. A central feature is a most attractive raised hexagonal pagoda with a thatched roof. The boundaries are partially hedged but beyond are left open to enjoy the views across the adjacent countryside on three sides. There are two timber sheds and an open bay shelter. At the far end of the garden there is a full size all weather tennis court and an orchard of apple, pear and plum trees.
Detached Garage (5.49m x 3.96m (18' x 13'))
With up and over door, light, power, window to rear aspect and door leading to rear garden.
From the Malvern office proceed along the A449 Malvern Wells Road towards Ledbury for approximately two miles bearing left (signed towards the three counties showground) into Hanley Road. Continue for approximately a mile to a set of traffic lights, turn right at these lights (signed Gloucester B4208). Continue for a mile to the next set of crossroads and turn right (signed B208), follow this road for approximately a quarter of a mile past the village sign and into the 30 mph zone. As the road dips down and just after a small copse take the next unmarked turn to the left over a cattle grid. Follow this lane for a few hundred yards. The entrance to Willow Cottage is on the right hand side indicated by the for sale pointer board.
Tenure: We understand the property to be Freehold but this point should be confirmed by your solicitor.
Fixtures and fittings: Only those items referred to in these particulars are included in the sale price. Other items, such as carpets and curtains, may be available by separate arrangement
services: Mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. The property has oil fired central heating. Please note that we have not tested any services or appliances and their inclusion in these particulars should not be taken as a warranty.
Outgoings: Local Council: Malvern Hills District Council ; at the time of marketing the Council Tax Band is: D
energy performance ratings: Current: D61 Potential: D64
schools information: Local Education Authority: Worcestershire la:
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