A fantastic opportunity to acquire a truly magnificent five bedroom detached period family home with original features, built c. 1840, located close to Worcester City centre within a conservation area and enjoying stunning views towards Worcester Cathedral, over the City and beyond.
Accommodation comprising: Entrance Hall, downstairs Cloakroom, Drawing Room, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen (offering huge potential for extension-subject to planning permission). On the first floor: Master Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room, three further double Bedrooms and Family Bathroom. Separate Entrance to further double Bedroom with En-Suite Shower Room. The property further benefits from extensive Cellarage.
Outside: Generous private gardens, two single Garages and off road parking.
The well-proportioned accommodation, comprises:
With Fired Earth chequered tiled floor, ceiling light points, ornate moulded egg and dart' and acanthus leaf' cornice, elegant returning staircase with cast iron balustrade and mahogany handrail rising to the first floor. Door out to rear Courtyard, door down to Cellarage, door to:
With low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, wall mounted light, obscure window to the side aspect, radiator, tiled floor.
SITTING ROOM/STUDY: 15'11" maximum (into bay) 12'11" minimum X 14'1"
The centrepiece of which is the original slate fireplace surround with cast iron and decorative tiled inserts fitted with coal effect gas fire. Egg and dart' and Tudor roses' cornice, picture rail, walk-in stripped bay window with triple sash windows, original shutters and panelling to the front aspect with outlook over garden towards Worcester Cathedral. Fitted bookshelves. Ceiling light point, radiator.
DRAWING ROOM: 27'1" X 13'10" maximum 10'6" minimum
With two separate stripped pine doors from the Entrance Hall, the centerpiece of the room is a white marble fireplace surround, cast iron insert and slate tiled hearth housing a bio-ethanol burner box' fire, walk-in bay window with triple sash windows and original shutters and panelling with outlook over garden towards Worcester Cathedral, ornate cornice to front of room, sash window to the rear overlooking the Courtyard, ceiling light point and rose, numerous wall light points, two radiators, picture rail.
DINING ROOM: 14'2" X 13'2"
Stripped sash window to side overlooking ornamental pool and garden, original cast iron range oven with coal effect gas fire. Recessed stripped pine dresser with display shelving and cupboards beneath, picture rail, red and black Fired Earth chequered floor tiles, ceiling light point, radiator, door to walk-in PANTRY with light and original slate shelves.
KITCHEN: 19'10" X 9'8" maximum 9'2" minimum
Fitted with a matching range of base and wall mounted units, drainer sink unit with mixer tap over, space for Range style cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, space for fridge, cupboard housing the central heating boiler, windows to the rear, side and front aspect enjoying fabulous view, original flagstone slate floor, two radiators, recessed ceiling light points, under lighting, door giving access out to the front,(The kitchen has previously had planning granted to extend and formally included an orangery- as such, there is plenty of potential to extend-subject to planing permission) door to:
With door out to courtyard, ceiling light point, stairs rising to:
GUEST BEDROOM SUITE:
With skylight window to rear aspect as you rise, wall light point, door to:
GUEST BEDROOM: 12'5" X 10'0"
With windows to front aspect, recessed ceiling light points, radiator, hatch giving access to loft space, fitted wardrobe, door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM:
With low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over, fully tiled shower cubicle, ceiling light point, extractor fan, heated towel rail, window to front aspect.
From the Entrance Hall, stairs rise to first floor:
Stripped sash window to rear aspect, hatch giving access to loft space, ceiling light point, door to:
MASTER BEDROOM: 14'9" maximum (into bay) 13'1"
Enjoying the best views in the house with bay window to the front aspect enjoying views from the Malvern Hills and across Worcester City centre incorporating the Cathedral, ceiling light point, radiator, door to:
EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM:.
With low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, walk-in shower, window to the front aspect, radiator, wall light point, heated towel rail, coving.
BEDROOM 2: 11'0" X 14'9" maximum (into bay) 11'11" minimum
The centrepiece of which is an original cast iron fireplace with slate hearth, bay window to the front aspect, ceiling light point, radiator, recessed cupboard with hanging space.
BEDROOM 3: 14'2" X 12'8" maximum 12'3" minimum
With original cast iron fireplace with slate hearth, ceiling light point, radiator, window to the side aspect, recessed cupboard with hanging space.
BEDROOM 4: 12'4" X 10'6"
With window to the rear aspect, ceiling light point, radiator, fitted wardrobe.
With low level W.C., wash hand basin with cupboard space under, recessed ceiling light points, wall light points, radiator, window to rear aspect.
WET ROOM AREA:
With Cast Iron Bath Company roll top bath, shower, recessed lighting points, remote controlled skylight window, obscure window to the rear aspect, handmade English ceramic tiles and dado rail.
From the Entrance Hall, stairs lead down to:
Which offers potential for use in various ways, already set up well for use as a home office.
ROOM 1: 13'0" maximum 6'1" minimum X 13'11"
With window to the front aspect, radiator, recessed ceiling light points, power, useful storeroom with lighting off.
ROOM 2: 13'11" X 13'1" maximum 7'6" minimum
With ceiling light point, radiator, window to front aspect, power. The whole area would work well as a Home Office if required.
To the front of the property is off road parking and the former Coach House now housing TWO SINGLE GARAGES: 15'11" x 12'0" and 16'1" x 9'5" with light, power and water.
The majority of the outside space lies to the front and side and has been fabulously maintained by the current owners to include a variety of different sections, including two lawns, two patio seating areas, ornamental pond and shed. There is the added benefit of courtesy lighting round the outside, all enclosed by walling and hedging. There is also the benefit of outside power and outside tap. Paths lead to both the Kitchen door and main front door with its distinctive stained glass and cast iron Portico Entrance Porch with twisted columns.
To the rear of the property is a courtyard garden, which can be accessed via the Entrance Hall, with courtesy lighting and outside tap.