West Malvern Road, Malvern
£895,000  4   |  3

Malvern office - 01684 561411

  • UNIQUE DETACHED PROPERTY ON WEST MALVERN
  • SECLUDED HILLSIDE LOCATION
  • FOUR BEDROOMS, TWO WITH EN-SUITE
  • SITTING ROOM ALSO WITH BALCONY AND BI-FOLD DOORS
  • DINING KITCHEN WITH BALCONY
  • GARDENS AND WOODLAND GROUNDS APPROX 0.6 ACRES
  • OUTSTANDING WESTERLY VIEWS
  • SIX SEATER HOT TUB ON PRIVATE BALCONY
  • GARAGE PARKING FOR TWO/THREE CARS
  • EPC RATING: C

A unique detached high specification residence situated on the western slopes of the Malvern Hills with far reaching views over the Herefordshire countryside to the Brecon Beacons. This versatile and private home comprises; entrance hall with walk in coats cupboard, cloakroom, 24' dining kitchen with a wide range of appliances and a large private balcony, utility, open plan 27' sitting room with woodburner and access to a further large balcony with its own covered seating area, office/bedroom four again with its own access to a third balcony, master bedroom suite with his and her wardrobes open plan to a large en-suite with walk in rain shower and double ended Mode bath, guest bedroom with en-suite, further bedroom. Specification for the property includes; gas central heating, aluminium framed and powdercoated windows and bifold doors, oak internal doors, oak or tiled flooring, photo-voltaic panels to the rear roof, solid cedar cladding, and Energine MiHome smart sockets, lighting and central heating. Cedar Lodge has parking for two to three cars to the fore of a garage, the gardens which extend to 0.6 acre are landscaped to the front and mostly lawned to the rear with a large area of mature woodland. One of the main features though of the outside are the four large steel and glass balconies, affording the westerly views over Herefordshire countryside to Hay Bluff and the Brecon Beacons. Viewing a must to appreciate the specification, location and views of home on offer.



ENTRANCE HALL
Access via part double glazed solid oak front door with double glazed window to side, two ceiling light points, radiator, tiled floor with door mat recess, oak glazed panel doors to kitchen diner, large walk in heated coat cupboard with ceiling light point, radiator, storage for multiple coats and long evening wear, and continued tiled floor.

CLOAKROOM
Front aspect double glazed window, recessed ceiling downlighters, fully tiled walls and floor, contemporary white suite comprising wash hand basin with storage below and mirror over, corner push flush WC, radiator, access to roof storage, display shelf.

DINING KITCHEN
(24'3" x 10'9" narrowing to 10'2" + fridge) - (7.4m x 3.28m narrowing to 3.12m + fridge)
Wide rear aspect, aluminium double glazed bifold doors leading to a private stainless steel and glass railed balcony with space for outside table and chairs to enjoy the westerly views over the gardens to the Black Mountains, three ceiling light points over the dining area and additional recessed downlighters. Fitted kitchen comprising of a wide range of floor and wall mounted high gloss white units under a dark granite work surface, stainless steel sink unit with mixer tap over and '3M' cartridge commercial quality water filter and softener system with a separate tap. 'Rangemaster' range style gas cooker with five gas rings, one electric hob, double electric ovens and matching extractor over, matching granite breakfast bar, full height larger cupboards, Hotpoint tall fridge freezer. Italian marble style tiled floor, radiator, oak doors to:

SITTING ROOM
(27'5" max x 19'8") - (8.38m max x 6.012m)
Triple aspect windows, full width aluminium framed, double glazed bifold doors to rear opening to a large private balcony with stainless steel and glass balustrade, octagon roofed gazebo seating area and breathtaking westerly views over Herefordshire to The Black Mountains, The Sugarloaf and the Skirrid, full height double glazed windows to side aspects, a range of recessed ceiling downlighters, 'Firebelly' contemporary wood burner on tiled hearth with slate tiled back, radiator, engineered oak flooring with electric underfloor sockets for powered suites, stairs down to office/bedroom four, tiled floor, solid oak doors to:

UTILITY ROOM
(7'8" x 7'7" + recess) - (2.36m x 2.33m + recess)
Twin front aspect double glazed windows, high brightness LED strip light, range of floor and wall mount high gloss white units to match the kitchen and matching dark granite work surface, stainless steel sink unit with extending tap over, space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and dishwasher, venting for tumble dryer, continued Italian marble style tiled floor, door to inner hall, large built in laundry cupboard with shelving and radiator.

INNER HALLWAY
Access to part boarded roof space, integrated recessed wall lighting, radiator, Italian marble style tiled floor, built in storage/shoe cupboard with shelving and feature lighting, solid oak doors to:

MASTER BEDROOM
(22'0" x 11'5") - (6.72m x 3.50m)
Wide rear aspect double glazed bi fold doors offering tremendous views to the Brecon Beacons from the bed and giving access to continued private balcony with stainless steel and glass balustrade and sunken six seater hot tub, two ceiling light points, additional recessed ceiling downlighters, smart sockets for appliances such as electric blankets, solid oak floor, radiator, his and hers built in wardrobes, open plan to:

EN-SUITE
Rear and side facing full height corner window, fully tiled walls, shower with computerised smart 'Mira' temperature controlled walk in rain shower, large free standing double ended 'Mode' bath with computerised smart 'Mira' temperature controlled filler from the ceiling and chandelier. Twin his and her sink units with storage below and large mirror, low level auto lighting for night time, door to:

CLOAKROOM
recessed ceiling downlighter, push flush WC.

BEDROOM TWO
(11'8" x 11'8") - (3.57m x 3.57m)
Front and south aspect double glazed windows, recessed ceiling downlighters, radiator, solid oak flooring, smart socket for appliances like electric blankets, door to:

EN-SUITE
(7'7" x 7'7") - (2.32m x 2.32m)
Front aspect obscure double glazed window, recessed ceiling downlighters, 'Travertine' tiled walls and floor, three piece white suite comprising of wash hand basin with vanity unit below, hidden cistern WC, large walk in shower cubicle, a range of modern bathroom furniture.

BEDROOM THREE
(11'8" x 7'8" + recess) - (3.57m x 2.34m + recess)
Rear aspect full height double glazed window with far reaching westerly views, recessed ceiling downlighters, smart sockets, solid oak flooring, radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM
(11'7" x 7'6" max) - (3.55m x 2.30m max)
Front aspect obscure double glazed window, recessed ceiling downlighters, extractor, fully tiled walls and floor, large walk in Triton thermostatic mixer shower with large drophead shower and additional body shower, pedestal wash basin, push flush WC, double ended panel bath, twin heated towel rails.

OFFICE/BEDROOM FOUR
(18'8" x 10'7") - (5.70m x 3.24m)
Dual aspect with side facing window, wide bifold doors opening to a lower private balcony with stainless steel and glass balustrade and views over a pond and garden, recessed ceiling downlighters, 'Hinari' air conditioning unit, radiator, steel and solid oak cantilever floating staircase to sitting room.

GARDENS AND GROUNDS
Cedar Lodge sits in a large plot of 0.6 acres. The driveway and garage are accessed from West Malvern Road. From the driveway and through a gated screen a stepped pathway leads down between neighbouring gardens opening to the landscaped front gardens of Cedar Lodge.

Front Garden - This comprises of low maintenance terraced flower and shrub beds, and a specimen weeping cherry tree in a spacious stone chip bed. Paved paths lead to the private 'kitchen balcony' and continue to the front door and gated access to the rear garden. Beyond the front door is a long covered woodstore.

Rear Garden and Balconies - One of the main features of the rear gardens are the four stainless steel and glass balustraded balconies, each with westerly views over the gardens and with the upper three having outstanding views over the Malvern Hills Conservators owned Park Wood and the Herefordshire countryside to the Brecon Beacons beyond. Individual areas are accessed via the four sets of bifold doors from the house and the largest accessed from the sitting room has the weatherproof gazebo seating area with Cedar shingle roof and chimney for outside heating.
Steps lead from the balconies to a garden level decked area with second gazebo and ornamental pond to the side surrounded by lawn. The remainder of the garden is left to mature woodland with a wide range of species and a diverse understory and seasonal wild flowers. Contained within the wooded area is a large timber garden shed and the three tier private waste system which produces high quality soil which should be emptied every 10 years.

GARAGE
(17'11" x 8'6") - (5.48 x 2.61)
Side aspect window, front aspect up and over style door, eaves storage, concrete driveway to the fore providing parking for two to three cars.

FURTHER SPECIFICATION
The property has been extensively updated and improved by the current owners to include: Engineered or solid oak doors throughout. Stainless steel electrical fittings. Mains gas central heating with Worcester Bosch boiler and pressurised hot water system with hot water tank in the roof. 4KW solar photovoltaic system with a 25 year contract on the best tariff of approximately 50 pence per unit (19 years left). Aluminium windows and bifold doors all powder coated graphite. External cladding of high quality, virtually knot free solid Cedar wood and a new roof to modern building regualations with membrane, laths and knot free Grade A 'Blue Label' rated shingles. Energenie MiHome smart sockets used extensively for voice and remote controlled appliances, lights and central heating.

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. All other items, such as carpets, curtains and contents, are available by separate arrangement
SERVICES: Mains gas, mains electricity, and water are connected. Drainage is via a private three tier sewage system 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: F
ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATINGS: Current: C69 Potential C78

DIRECTIONS
From the Allan Morris Office in Great Malvern turn right across Belle Vue Terrace and onto the Wells Road. Proceed for a short distance and take the first right onto the Wyche Road. Follow the road uphill and pass through the Wyche cutting. Take the second right immediately after passing through the cutting onto West Malvern Road. Continue for some distance and Cedar Lodge can be found on the left hand side as indicated by the Allan Morris 'For Sale' board. For further information or to arrange a viewing please contact us on 01684 561411 or email malvern@allan-morris.co.uk.

ASKING PRICE - £895,000

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