A very well presented and modern semi-detached house in an elevated position, having a garage and ample off road parking to the fore and a fantastic garden to the rear. Comprising:- reception hall, sitting room with wood burner and french doors to a large dining room, modern re-fitted kitchen and utility/boot room, three double bedrooms including en-suite shower room to the master, refitted family bathroom including a bath and shower. Outside the property has a sheltered sun terrace to the front as well as a large terraced rear garden which has been extensively landscaped to include areas of mature planting, seating areas and a natural pond at the highest point, which also enjoys a view. A very lovely home and garden that must be seen to be appreciated.
ENTRANCE HALL 3.75m x 1.41m (12'3" x 4'7")
uPVC front door, stairs to first floor with under stairs storage cupboard, radiator, telephone point, doors to:
SITTING ROOM 4.24m x 3.76m (13'10" x 12'4")
Front facing uPVC bay window, contemporary style Cast Iron wood burner with slate hearth, two radiators, telephone and television point, double door open into:
DINING ROOM 3.58m x 3.40m (11'8" x 11'1")
Rear facing double glazed sliding patio doors, radiator, doors to:
KITCHEN 3.58m x 3.10m (11'8" x 10'2")
Rear facing window and door to utility/boot room. Refitted kitchen with a range of base level units with a quartz worktop over, lots of storage includes pan drawers and cupboards, integrated electric oven and gas hob with extractor hood over, sink and drainer unit, space for fridge freezer, door to hallway, door to:
UTILITY/BOOT ROOM 3.27m x 1.11m (10'8" x 3'7")
uPVC windows and door to garden, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, storage and worktop.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING
Loft access, doors to:
BEDROOM ONE 3.56m x 3.47m max (11'8" x 11'4" max)
Front facing with three uPVC windows, radiator, recess storage alcove and built in cupboard housing gas boiler, obscured glazed door to:
EN-SUITE 1.87m x 1.55m (6'1" x 5'1")
Corner shower cubicle, low level WC with consealed cistern, wash basin with storage below, radaitor, tiled walls, spot lighting, extractor fan, feature pebble floor.
BEDROOM TWO 2.93m x 3.11m (9'7" x 10'2")
Rear facing uPVC window, radiator.
BEDROOM THREE 3.40m x 2.15m (11'1" x 7'0")
Rear facing uPVC window, radiator.
BATHROOM 2.36m x 1.96m (7'8" x 6'5")
Side facing obscure uPVC window, panel bath with handheld shower attachments over, corner shower cubicle, low level WC, vanity unit with basin, heated towel rail, extractor fan, electric shaver point.
Shared access driveway with parking for three cars and garage, steps lead up to terrace and front door. Terrace has views of the Severn Valley and is enclosed by railings.
Metal up and over door, power and light.
A real feature of this property is the landscaped and well stocked rear garden, which has been terraced with railway sleepers and low walls to create areas of interest from front to back, which include colourful borders of flowering and shrub planting, seating areas, a natural pond and a top section that has fine views and space for a timber shed, shielded by the old wall of the property behind. Steps and areas of stone chippings lead you through the lovely garden. Gated side access and outside tap.
From Great Malvern proceed south along the A449 Wells Road towards Ledbury. Leave the outskirts of town, crossing Peachfield Common and passing The Railway Inn on your right hand side. Continue along this road, passing the turning signposted B4209 Upton. Shortly after the turning for Grundy's Lane on the left, the property will be found on the right hand side, set back from the road. For more details or to book a viewing, please call our Malvern office on 01684 561411
The town of Great Malvern, with its Waitrose supermarket, restaurants and variety of shops is only a short drive away. Community facilities include the 'Splash' leisure centre, the theatre and cinema complex and the Malvern Winter Gardens. More extensive facilities are available in the city of Worcester or at the retail park in Malvern Link.
Transport links are excellent, with the mainline railway station in Malvern providing access to Worcester, Birmingham, London, Hereford and South Wales, while Junctions 7 and 8 of the M5 motorway bring the Midlands, the South West and South Wales within easy commuting distance.