Haylers End, Hanley Castle, Worcester
£820,000  3   |  2

Malvern office - 01684 561411


A detached three storey farmhouse with range of outbuildings and 4.84 acres of gardens and paddock situated surrounded by fields just outside the village of Hanley Swan. The farmhouse comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, lounge, dining rooms, 18' breakfast kitchen, utility-shower room, three double bedrooms, main bathroom, two attic rooms (currently used as bedrooms). Detached office and tack room with garage and carport (originally designed as two bedroom ancillary accommodation. Stable block with four stables, hay store, power and water. Detached garage and workshop. Large detached modern barn. The private walled garden to the property has great views over countryside and along the Malvern Hill, there is a main 3.78 acre paddock and a second smaller one. The property offers great potential for further development (subject to planning) and is offered for sale with no onward chain.


Entrance Hall
Accessed via obscured glass double glazed front door, ceiling light point, stairs to first floor, door to:

Sitting Room
(12'11" x 10'11") - (3.95m x 3.34m)
Front aspect double glazed window with views over countryside, ceiling light point, exposed beams, feature opened fireplace with floor-mounted woodburner on tiled hearth, double radiator, understairs storage cupboard, door to:

(16'2" x 12'1") - (4.95m x 3.69m)
Side aspect double glazed bay window overlooking stables and paddock, exposed beams, three wall light points, stone fireplace and hearth with open fire, radiator, latched door to kitchen, archway to:

Dining Room
(12'11" x 8'11") - (3.94m x 2.73m)
Front aspect double glazed window with views over countryside, ceiling light point, exposed beams, feature open fireplace with wooden fire surround and marble back and hearth, double radiator.

Breakfast Kitchen
(18'3" x 10'11") - (5.57m x 3.34m)
Rear and side aspect double glazed windows, exposed ceiling beams, ceiling light point. Fitted kitchen comprising of a wide range of solid oak floor and wall-mounted units includes plates racks, glass display cabinets, spice drawers, granite work surface and matching breakfast bar, with tiled surround, inset Belfast-style sink, Leisure range-style LPG cooker, integral dishwasher, space for tall American-style fridge freezer, radiator, tiled floor, side aspect double glazed window, rear aspect stable door, ceiling light point, radiator, tiled floor, door to:

Utility/Shower Room
(12'2" x 6'10") - (3.71m x 2.09m)
Side aspect obscured glass, double glazed window, ceiling light point, floor and wall-mounted double storage units, wall-mounted Worcester LPG boiler, corner tiled shower cubicle with Redring shower, wash hand basin with storage below, low level wc, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for tumble dryer, radiator, tiled floor.

First Floor Landing
Two ceiling light points, doors to:

Bedroom One
(14'2" x 12'8") - (4.32m x 3.87m)
Side aspect double glazed window overlooking stables and paddock, built-in store cupboards, radiator.

Bedroom Two
(12'11" x 8'11") - (3.95m x 2.74m)
Front aspect double glazed window with views over countryside, ceiling light point, radiator, wood laminate flooring.

Bedroom Three
(12'11" x 10'11") - (3.94m x 3.33m)
Front aspect double glazed window with views, ceiling light point, radiator, wood laminate flooring, door to stairs to second floor.

Family Bathroom
(12'7" x 6'10") - (3.85m x 2.09m)
Side aspect obscured glass double glazed window, ceiling light point, panel bath with tiled surround, wash hand basin with storage below, low level wc, radiator, exposed floorboards.

Attic Room One/Bedroom Five
(12'0" max x 9'1" plus eaves) - (3.66m max x 2.77m plus eaves)
Rear aspect window, ceiling light point, exposed beams.

Attic Room Two/Bedroom Four
(10'11" x 9'1" plus eaves) - (3.34m x 2.77m plus eaves)
Side aspect window with views over farmland towards the Malvern Hills, ceiling light point.

The detached office and tack room was originally built as two bedroom ancillary accommodation to the main house for a dependent relative. At this point the building had a hall, sitting room, dining kitchen, two bedrooms, bathroom, and garage. Planning was passed 14/01378 for the erection of outbuilding to encompass a garage, carport, home office and tack room, and associated change of use of land from paddock to residential curtilage (part-retrospective). The original two bedrooms have been converted to the garage. The building could be changed to ancillary accommodation again subject to planning.

Wide Entrance Hall
Accessed via double glazed door with windows to each side, ceiling light point, smoke alarm, access to roof space, tiled floor, door to;

Tack Room
(12'8" x 12'0") - (3.88m x 3.68m)
Rear aspect double glazed window, ceiling light point, coving, wall mounted 'Worcester' boiler, radiator, tiled floor, double glazed door to patio to rear.

(16'4" x 11'11") - (4.98m x 3.65m)
Front aspect double glazed window, ceiling light point, coving, radiator.

(8'9" x 8'4") - (2.67m x 2.55m)
Rear aspect double glazed window, ceiling light point, extractor, wash hand basin with storage below, push flush wc, space for shower cubicle (not yet put in), tiled floor.

(24'5" x 14'3") - (7.45m x 4.35m)
Rear aspect double glazed window, two ceiling light points, coving, plastered walls, double wooden doors to the fore.

(24'5" x 13'9") - (7.46m x 4.21m)
Rear aspect double glazed window, two ceiling light points, partially closed side entrance, open doorway to fore (2.18m high)

Stable block comprising of four approximately 4.57m x 4.57m (15' x 15') stables, each with light and stable doors to the courtyard. Covered area to the fore of the stable block with external lighting and cold water supply. Open hay store to the end.

NB: there is potential for the stable block to be converted to holiday accommodation subject to planning.

(33'0" x 14'8") - (10.08m x 4.48m)
Front aspect double doors (2.18m high), twin side aspect double glazed windows, two ceiling light points, power points, pedestrian door to side

(approx 42'7" x 42'7") - (approx 13m x 13m)
Steel and timber framed barn, hay loft, large entrance from the courtyard and from the barn to the main paddock

The property is accessed via a wide tarmac drive from the lane. To the front of the property is a lawned area with raised flower and shrub beds. Double gates open from the drive to a large concrete courtyard (approx 22m x 22m ) situated between the farmhouse and all of the outbuildings. From the courtyard access can be gained to the rear garden, the main paddock, the vegetable garden and the smaller paddock. The rear garden of the farmhouse is mostly laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub beds to the borders, and a walled corner seating area. Greenhouse. There are wonderful views from all points from all points of the garden over surrounding countryside to and along the Malvern Hills. The vegetable garden sits just behind the main garden with plenty of space for planting and a long polytunnel, paved around the outside. The main paddock is 3.78 acres in size and can be accessed from the courtyard, and vehicle access points at either end. The smaller paddock which is under an acre in size can be access from the courtyard and from the larger paddock.

Hanley Swan stands out as one of Worcestershire's most beautiful villages. It is situated halfway between the bustling town of Malvern with its Theatre and Hills, and Upton upon Severn with its marina and range of music festivals running throughout the year.

For those that like to shop locally and at Worcester and Cheltenham, there are all major retailers as well as a good range of high street, traditional and craft stores. Likewise, foodies are well catered for with cafès, gastro pubs and restaurants for all tastes. The Swan Inn overlooking the village green has an excellent bar, restaurant and beer garden.

Hanley Swan St Gabriel's with St Mary's serves as the village's Primary School and the property sits within the catchment for Hanley Castle High School. Local private schools include the renowned Malvern College and Malvern St James independent boarding and day schools.

Commuters have access to the national motorway network via the M5 and M50 nearby. Great Malvern railway station provides links to Birmingham (just over an hour), London Paddington (3 hours), Worcester, Hereford and Oxford. Birmingham and Bristol Airports are around an hour's drive away in either direction.

From the Allan Morris office in Great Mavern proceed downhill in the direction of Barnards Green. Leave the town via the B4208 heading in the direction of the Three Counties Showground. Turn left at the crossroads in the direction of Hanley Swan. Turn left at the crossroads just after the duck pond heading in the direction of Worcester. After about half a mile take the next right to Haylers End. After about a third of a mile take the right hand fork and the property can be found on the left hand side as indicated by the agents FOR SALE board.


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