Character property which is part of the beautiful building previously Powick water mill built in 1894
Views towards the Malvern Hills
Light and airy accommodation over 4 floors, ideal lock up and leave
Sitting room, kitchen/breakfast room, cloakroom
Master bedroom with en-suite, mezzanine
2 further double bedrooms, family bathroom
Study, utility, 3 x store rooms, balcony, designated parking and visitor parking
In all approx 2092 sq ft - no onward chain
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* ideal lock up and leave * Character property within iconic conversion with light and spacious accommodation in convenient location - no onward chain
Situation 7 Powick Mills is a stylish property in this iconic development and enjoys views from its balcony over the River Teme, with the mill pool and countryside views beyond. A benefit of this property is the ease of access into the City centre, Malvern and the M5 motorway network at junction 7. Worcester City centre offers excellent shopping facilities, theatre, racecourse, cricket club and excellent state and independent schools. Railway stations in Worcester and the new Worcester Parkway which is nearing completion close to junction 7 provide regular links to Birmingham, London and beyond.
7 Powick Mills is a spacious property. The attractive arched and glazed entrance has a door opening into the light hallway which has wood flooring and feature glass block curved wall. Steps lead up to a continuation of the reception hall with door leading off to cloakroom with white fittings and a further door opening into the kitchen breakfast room. The kitchen is well fitted with light wood effect units with granite worktops over, integrated appliances include a Stoves stainless steel oven and Stoves gas hob with extractor over, dishwasher and fridge freezer. The dining area is spacious with plenty of room for a generous table and chairs. The kitchen overlooks the sitting room with steps leading down into this area. This is a beautifully light and airy room with another arch with glazed door providing access to the balcony which overlooks the River Teme, a feature fireplace with inset gas fire and solid beech floors. From the sitting room steps lead down to the lower ground floor which has a study and three store rooms. The utility room has units, tiled floor and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. The staircase is a particular feature of the property as it turns and rises up to the first floor. The master bedroom benefits from feature circular window and large en-suite. A glazed door from the landing opens into the mezzanine which is a great space to create an extra sitting area. The staircase continues up to the top floor where there are two further double bedrooms, each having Velux windows with one bedroom benefitting from a set of fitted wardrobes. The bathroom is shared by these bedrooms and has a bath, shower cubicle and white fittings.
The property sits at the end of Old Road in this attractive period development with two allocated parking spaces within the gates. There is further visitor parking outside of the gates and a pedestrian gateway accessed through a side gate. From the balcony you can sit and enjoy the river, mill pool and countryside beyond.
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