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Stanford Bishop, Worcester

3 beds | 2 baths | 1 reception | £129,950 Having knowledge of the purchase price allows you to calculate the overall expense incurred in acquiring the property. Read our glossary page


A three bedroom holiday lodge on this desirable Country & Leisure Park with private terrace and patio area as well as stunning views towards the Malvern Hills. Lodge type Victory Provence 40 X 20 and has been manufactured to both residential and leisure specifications so you can enjoy all year-round comfort in your holiday home. Benefits from an elevated, south facing, corner plot with far reaching views to the spa town of Malvern and the Malvern Hills (a designated area of outstanding natural beauty). Two designated car parking spaces and parking for visitors, weatherproof raised decking area and lower-level paved patio area, two sets of 3 panel bifolding doors to the large kitchen dining living room, two bedrooms, two bathrooms, bedroom three/study, utility room. This site is non residential but has a 12 month season.

ENTRANCE HALL
uPVC door opens to;

LIVING ROOM OPEN PLAN TO KITCEN DINING ROOM
A large open plan living room comprising: stylish fireplace with electric fire, television point, two sets of three panel bi-folding doors open from the sitting room and dining area onto a raised weatherproof decking area with far reaching views of the Malvern Hills.

KITCHEN/DINING AREA. A large open plan kitchen dining room with large work surfaces: integrated double oven, grill and microwave, five burner gas hob, one and a half bowl sink, integrated fridge freezer, integrated dishwasher, wine cooler, wine rack, ample storage, space for dining table and four chairs.

UTILITY 2.99m x 1.88m (9'9" x 6'2" )
Side facing uPVC window, contains a washing machine, sink and ample storage.

BEDROOM ONE 2.99m x 2.94m (9'9" x 9'7" )
Rear and side facing windows, king size ottoman bed, fitted bedroom furniture, television point, door to en-suite bathroom.

DRESSING ROOM
Step in wardrobes and other ample storage

EN-SUITE BATHROOM 1.81m x 1.68m (5'11" x 5'6")
Rear facing window, wash basin and built in storage, WC and double shower, heated towel rail.

BEDROOM TWO 3.62m x 2.57m (11'10" x 8'5")
Two single divan beds and fitted wardrobe, television point, door to bathroom.

BATHROOM
With wash basin and fitted storage, toilet and panel bath with shower attachment over, separate shower cubicle. Heated towel rail.

BEDROOM THREE 2.76mx 2.15m (9'0"x 7'0")
Side facing window, fitted wardrobe, radiator, television point.

OUTSIDE TERRACES
The raised decking on which to sit and enjoy your morning coffee, or evening drinks whilst taking in the views. Overlooks the central water feature of the development. There is a maintained grass area all around the property with steps to front door and rockery planting. Additional storage unit to the rear.

DIRECTIONS
Leave Worcester or Leigh Sinton heading west toward Hereford on the A4103 Worcester Hereford Road. After the second left hand turn for Cradley continue up the steep hill and turn right on the brow of the hill, signposted Bromyard. After approximately 3.8 miles and by the signpost for Stanford Bishop, bear right and follow the lane for 400-500 yards, turning right onto the development. Follow and then take the second entrance on the right into Malvern View. Bearing right, number 3 is on the right hand side.

LOCATION
Malvern View Country & Leisure Park is located on the border between Worcestershire and Herefordshire - the perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of modern life. Nestled in the grounds of an historic 450-year-old Elizabethan manor house and outbuildings, the Park sits in over 100 acres,and has its own Red Deer park where you can safely get close to, and feed, the animals.

The Park has three freshwater fishing lakes that are stocked with Carp, Rudd, Roach and Tench providing coarse fishing for amateurs and seasoned anglers. There are on-park walking trails after which you can relax in the on-site "Old Barn House" Pub & Restaurant.

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