Cradley

£459,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
A delightful four bedroom Grade II listed detached cottage with generous gardens with many original features in the village of Cradley. The cottage offers to the ground floor; an entrance porch, open plan fitted kitchen/ dining room (with double oven, hob, dishwasher, American style fridge/ freezer) utility room, cloakroom, snug room, lounge with log burner and study/ further reception room. To the first floor; master bedroom with en-suite shower area, bedroom two and a bathroom. To the second floor; two single bedrooms with restricted head height. The property benefits from landscaped gardens in three sections, that include a formal garden, section of lawn and areas around the house with a swimming pool. There is off road parking to the fore, gas central heating and an abundance of original features. The property is in a delightful location in a popular village and must be viewed to be appreciated.

ENTRANCE PORCH

3.30m x 1.46m (10'9 x 4'9 )

Timber framed with windows overlooking the garden, quarry tile floor, power and light, feature window into kitchen, timber door into:

KITCHEN DINING ROOM

5.50m x 5.34m max (18'0 x 17'6 max)

Dual aspect windows, a wealth of exposed beams and timbers, modern fitted kitchen with shelter style units and granite worktops, integrated double electric oven, five ring gas hob, ceramic sink and drainer unit, integrated dishwasher, space for American style fridge freezer, store and wooden floor, radiator, recess spot lighting, staircase leads up to first floor. Open doorway and step down to:

HALLWAY

Side aspect hardwood door, radiator, tiled floor, wooden latch doors to:

UTILITY

1.90m x 1.65m max (6'2 x 5'4 max)

Rear aspect window, space and plumbing for washing machine, wall mounted gas boiler, tile floor, ceiling beams.

WC

1.98m x 0.84m (6'5 x 2'9 )

rear facing obscured window, low level WC, wash basin, tiled floor.

STUDY

3.24m < 4.63m x 3.51m (10'7 < 15'2 x 11'6 )

Dual aspect side facing single door to the garden, double doors to deck terrace overlooking the brook, wooden floor boards, exposed timbers and stonework, ceiling timbers, radiator, steps up and double doors open to:

SITTING ROOM

3.26m x 5.33m (10'8 x 17'5 )

Front facing window overlooking the garden, feature stone built inglenook fireplace, with oak beam and cast iron wood burner, flag stone hearth, wooden parquet floor, exposed timbers and beams, television and satellite points, radiator, wall light point, wooden latch door to kitchen and porch.

DINING ROOM/SNUG

3.09m x 4.65m (10'1 x 15'3 )

Dual aspect windows overlooking the garden, exposed stone work, radiators, power points, television point.

FIRST FLOOR - LANDING

Stairs lead up to second floor, two rear facing windows, radiator, under stairs airing cupboard, doors to:

BEDROOM ONE

4.24m x 3.40m (13'10 x 11'1 )

Dual aspect windows, exposed timbers, radiator, television point, step up to:

EN-SUITE SHOWER ROOM

Enclosed shower cubicle with mixer attachment, low level WC, wash basin with storage cupboard under.

BEDROOM TWO

3.28m x 3.29m (10'9 x 10'9 )

Front facing window, radiator, wooden catch door to storage cupboard.

BATHROOM

1.76m x 2.38m (5'9 x 7'9 )

Rear facing, with secondary glazing, panel bath with mixer shower, attachments over, vanity unit with double sink and storage below, low level WC, heated towel rail, radiator.

SECOND FLOOR

Storage airing cupboard, wooden latch doors to:

BEDROOM THREE

3.64m x 2.41m (between purlins with added floor sp

Two built in storage cupboards with shelving, radiator, front and feature windows to the side aspect, exposed beams and timbers.

BEDROOM FOUR

3.38m max x 2.24m (btween purlins) (11'1 max x 7'

Front aspect window, radiator, television point.

OUTSIDE

Driveway - shared with adjacent cottage, leads to hard standing and car port.

Gated access to gardens with slab path and seating area to the fore around swimming pool and hot tub, gravel seating area, leads to the rear with a brook along the side boundary, detached former piggery and gated access to stream bank.

Steps lead to mid section of the garden, laid to formal box hedging and rose bushes, gravel pathway in between, vegetable plots and garden shed and greenhouse, brick wall alongside.

Gated access to the rear section, laid to lawn with flowers and shrub borders with a variety of specimen trees, enclosed by fencing and wild gardens down to the brook.

DIRECTIONS

From our office in Church Street proceed up the hill and bear right on to Worcester Road. Take a left hand turn into North Malvern Road and then first turning right into Cowleigh Road. Follow the road along until you reach the T-junction at the Hereford - Worcester Road, and turn left in the direction of Hereford. Follow this road along and take the turning on the left signposted Cradley opposite Millbank Garage. Continue along this road past the primary school and the property will be found on the left hand side next to the old post office. For more details or to book a viewing, please call our Malvern office on 01684 561411.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

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. Other items, such as carpets and curtains, may be available by separate arrangement

SERVICES: Mains gas, mains electricity, water and drainage are connected. 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: Herefordshire District Council (01432 260000); at the time of marketing the Council Tax Bank is: E

ENERGY PERFORMANCE RATINGS: Exempt

SCHOOLS INFORMATION:

Local Education Authority: Worcestershire LA: 01905 82270, Local Education Authority: Herefordshire LA: 01432 260927

PRICE: £459,950

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Allan Morris - Malvern

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