Belle Vue Terrace, Malvern
- Property type: House - Detached
A grade II Listed former Orangery with landscaped gardens approaching an acre, in a wonderful elevated position with panoramic south-easterly views over Malvern Priory, Rosebank Gardens and the Severn Valley. This wonderful property, originally the Orangery for the Mount Pleasant Hotel and later went on to become the hotel's ballroom until the 1960's. Substantially extended when converted in 1988, the property and the grounds have been further updated and improved by the current owners. The spacious and versatile accommodation now comprises; entrance hall/study, inner hall, light, airy and spacious 33' orangery/ballroom now used as living and dining space with five full height windows to enjoy the views, fitted kitchen, rear porch, master bedroom with full en-suite bathroom, guest bedroom with en-suite, third double bedroom, and luxuriously refitted main bathroom. The landscaped gardens, which extend to nearly an acre, have been arranged in a series of terraces designed to take full advantage of the views over Great Malvern and to the Severn Valley and Bredon Hill. A driveway leads through the gardens to the property with ample parking. To the top of the garden is a large summer house with wood-burner and with a stone terrace around, perfect for entertaining. The location is fantastic with Great Malvern literally on the doorstep and the Theatre, Waitrose and access to the Malvern Hills themselves just a sort walk away.
Accessed via double glazed door, ceiling light point, coving, wall-mounted night storage heater, large built-in double storage unit with hanging rail and shelving, door to:
Three ceiling light points, two smoke alarms wall-mounted night storage heater, large built-in double airing cupboard with hot water tank and slatted shelving, door to rear porch, doors to:
Lounge/Dining Room (former Orangery)
Four front aspect full height rounded top sash windows and matching double French doors giving access to gardens all with wonderful views over Great Malvern, from The Priory to Rosebank Gardens with Bredon Hill in the distance. Twin ceiling light points with ornate ceiling roses, ornate cornicing, four wall light points, two large feature display alcoves with shelving, gas fired Living Flame effect fire with slate hearth, three wall-mounted night storage heaters, engineered wood flooring, wide arch to:
Front aspect secondary glazed window with views over the Severn Valley and to Bredon Hill, additional rear aspect double glazed window, access to roof space, and recessed ceiling down-lighters. Fitted kitchen comprising of a range of floor and wall-mounted wood effect units under a granite effect work surface, part-tiled walls, one and a half bowl sink unit, integral induction hob with discreet extractor over, integral double oven, integral fridge, integral freezer, space and plumbing for dishwasher, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for further appliances, built-in tall storage cupboard, laminate flooring with under-floor heating.
Rear and side facing windows and doorway giving access to rear garden, slate effect flooring, wall light point.
Front and side aspect sash windows with secondary glazing, two ceiling light points, coving, wide range of fitted bedroom furniture to include four wardrobes with hanging rails, drawers and shelving, a range of cupboards and a seven drawer chest of drawers, two wall-mounted electric heaters, door to:
Rear aspect obscured glass secondary glazed window, recessed ceiling down-lighters, extractor, four piece white suite comprising panel bath with mixer shower over, corner power shower cubicle with Mira Excell shower, wash hand basin with storage below and illuminated mirror. shaver socket, hidden cistern push flush wc, wall-mounted electric heater, wood effect flooring, wall-mounted heated towel rail.
Front and side sash windows with secondary double glazing, deep fitted storage cupboards, two ceiling light points, coving, wall-mounted electric heater, door to:
Recessed ceiling down-lighters, extractor, large walk-in power shower cubicle with sliding door, wash hand basin with storage below and shaver socket to side, push flush wc, heated chrome towel rail.
Rear aspect secondary glazed sash window, ceiling light point. coving, wall-mounted night storage heater, wide range of fitted wardrobes and overhead cupboards. NB: Currently used as a study.
Refitted main bathroom with side aspect obscured glass secondary glazed window, recessed ceiling down-lighters, four piece white suite comprising; bath, power shower cubicle with glass block side, wash hand basin with illuminated mirror over and shaver socket to side, hidden cistern push flush wc with storage to side, triple built-in storage cupboard with shelving, heated towel rail and under-floor heating.
Gardens and Grounds
The driveway of the Orangery is accessed from the gardens and car park of the Mount Pleasant Hotel. The driveway leads up between mature flower and shrub borders with a southerly wall bordering with Rosebank Gardens and a pedestrian gate leading into it.
The driveway continues at the property level to double stone chip parking area to the left and further on to the property providing additional parking and turning area.
The majority of the garden has been wonderfully landscaped to provide a series of terraces each affording wonderful panoramic views over the Malvern Priory and the Severn Valley. The last terrace to the side of the driveway has an ornamental pond, mature Magnolia, Mahonia and other specimen trees with its lawn. To the front of the Orangery's French doors from the Sitting Room is a block paved and stone chip seating area with space for table and chairs. Sleeper and slate chip steps lead up through the next two terraces. The next terrace has a large level lawn with additional seating areas and mature flower and shrub beds with roses, fuschias and poppies within the beds. Along the rear of these terraces is a grass path leading to either side past a mature Ginko tree and paths either side of the upper area of the garden.
The third terrace has a range of fruit trees on the southern side (apples, pear, damson) and an area of mature trees/small wooded area. At the top of the garden is the summerhouse terrace which has a seating area to the southern side with built in stone seats and space for further table and chairs.
To the northern side of the garden is a vegetable plot with greenhouse, steps down to a large timber garden shed and original Victorian brick-built potting shed with flagstone floor and raised potting bench. power points in shed and potting shed. A rear part of the potting shed leads back down to the property with views to either side, vines growing on the back wall, and a further area accessed from the rear path with seating area, wood store and clothes drying area.
Brick and timber summerhouse with panoramic easterly views over Great Malvern and the Severn Valley to Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds. Wooden door, wood burner, flagstone floor. Outside the summerhouse is a landscaped seating area to further enjoy the views with built-in seating.
From the Allan Morris office in Great Malvern head south across Belle Vue Terrace. As the end of Belle Vue Terrace turn right into the car park and gardens for The Mount Pleasant Hotel. Turn immediately left onto the driveway for the Orangery.
|Entrance Hall/Study||11' 7" x 6' 6" /11'6" (3.53m x 1.98m /11'6")|
|Lounge/Dining Room (former Orangery)||33' 9" x 11' 7" (10.29m x 3.53m)|
|Kitchen||12' 2" x 10' 5" (3.71m x 3.17m)|
|Rear Porch||10' 11" x 3' 10" (3.33m x 1.17m)|
|Master Bedroom||17' 3" x 13' 3" (5.26m x 4.04m)|
|En-suite Bathroom||10' 5" x 7' 2" (3.17m x 2.18m)|
|Bedroom Two||15' 0" narrowing to 12'4" x 11' 3" (4.57m narrowing to 12'4" x 3.43m)|
|En-suite||6' 5" x 4' 7" (1.96m x 1.40m)|
|Bedroom Three||13' 4" x 11' 3" (4.06m x 3.43m)|
|Main Bathroom||11' 6" x 6' 0" (3.51m x 1.83m)|
|Summerhouse||11' 5" x 10' 7" (3.48m x 3.23m)|
These measurements are for guidance only.
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[Information correct as of May 24, 2017]