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Burford House, 32 Worcester Road, Great Malvern
- Property type: Apartment
- FIRST FLOOR APARTMENT
- IMMACULATELY PRESENTED
- VIEWS TO SEVERN VALLEY
- PRIVATE ENTRANCE
- LARGE ENTRANCE HALLWAY
- LOUNGE AND KITCHEN
- TWO DOUBLE BEDROOMS
- ALLOCATED PARKING
- COMMUNAL GARDENS
- EPC RATING: D
2 Burford House is a superbly restored Grade II listed Georgian top floor apartment situated within the heart of Great Malvern and offering breathtaking panoramic views over Malvern and the Severn Valley and towards Bredon Hill. The apartment benefits from having its own private entrance and briefly comprises of: entrance/dining hall, sitting room, kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom. The grounds have been landscaped to provide communal gardens to enjoy the views and parking. The restoration has been nominated for a prestigious Malvern Civic Society award. Viewing is essential to appreciate the location, condition and views on offer.
Glazed canopy supported by Doric columns, external courtesy light, period panel front door to;
Front aspect sash window, ceiling light point, smoke alarm, wooden flooring, stairs leading up to;
Twin front aspect sash windows, two ceiling light points, wall light points, access to roof space, smoke alarm, double panel radiator with decorative cover over, panel doors to;
Rear aspect sash window with panoramic views over Great Malvern to the Severn Valley beyond and Bredon Hill, ceiling light point, television aerial point, fire surround, panel radiator behind decorative cover, wooden flooring.
Side aspect sash window with views over Worcester Road and along the Hills, ceiling light point, smoke alarm, fitted kitchen comprising of a matching range of floor mounted units under a Beech block work surface with tiled splash back, single bowl single drainer sink unit with mixer taps over, inset stainless steel gas hob with oven below and cooker hood over, integral washer dryer, space for further appliance, walk in store room with wall mounted 'Ferroli' gas boiler and light point, wooden flooring.
Rear aspect sash window with panoramic views over Great Malvern to the Severn Valley beyond and Bredon Hill, ceiling light point, ceiling rose with pendant light point, panel radiator.
Front aspect sash window, ceiling rose with pendant light point, double panel radiator.
Rear aspect sash window with panoramic views over Great Malvern to the Severn Valley beyond and Bredon Hill, ceiling light point, refitted three piece white suite comprising; panel bath with tiled walls, 'Mira' shower over and shower screen, pedestal wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level wc, heated chrome towel rail, wooden flooring.
Gardens and Parking
To the front of the property is laid to stone chip to provide off road parking. Steps lead down from the driveway to left to access the landscaped communal gardens with an initial formal lawn and seating area to the side of Burford House with steps down from this leading to a further communal lawn with maintained flower and shrub beds to the side. From the communal rear gardens there are far reaching panoramic views over Great Malvern and the Severn Valley to Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds beyond.
The Freehold of the building is currently being transferred to the owners of each apartment. Each apartment within Burford House will own a 25% share of the freehold. There is a 999 year lease on the property which was granted in 2009.
|Entrance Hall||16' 10" x 7' 3" (5.13m x 2.21m)|
|Sitting Room||14' 2" x 11' 9" (4.32m x 3.58m)|
|Bedroom One||14' 0" x 11' 11" (4.27m x 3.63m)|
|Bedroom Two||11' 10" x 11' 8" (3.61m x 3.56m)|
|Bathroom||9' 1" x 7' 1" (2.77m x 2.16m)|
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[Information correct as of Aug 18, 2017]