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- 4 Bedrooms
- 2 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- PRE-RECORDED VIDEO TOUR AVAILABLE BY REQUEST
- Detached Period Cottage In Idyllic Setting On Castlemorton Common
- Set In Large Garden With Views Of The Malvern Hills And Across Common Land
- Porch, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Hall
- Lounge, Utility Room, Separate WC
- Four/Five Bedrooms, Bathroom
- Double Glazing, Central Heating And Private Parking
- Updating And Refurbishment Required
- Potential To Extend
A Traditional Detached Cottage Enjoying A Wonderful Setting On Castlemorton Common With Fine Views Of The Malvern Hills And Across Open Countryside And Offering Generous Family Accommodation In Need Of Updating And Refurbishment (With Potential To Extend), Currently Comprising Porch, Dining Room, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Hall, Lounge, Utility Room, Separate WC, Four Bedrooms (One With En-Suite Dressing Room), Bathroom, Central Heating, Double Glazing, Extensive Private Off Road Parking And Large Garden. Energy Rating "F"
Location & Description
The property enjoys a convenient location less than quarter of a mile from the well served village of Welland where there is a local stores, primary school, church and village hall. Welland is less than four miles from the cultural and historic spa town of Great Malvern and a similar distance from the riverside town of Upton upon Severn both of which provide a comprehensive range of amenities. The city of Worcester is about twelve miles. Transport communications are excellent. There is a mainline railway station in Great Malvern and Junction 1 of the M50 motorway near Upton is just seven miles. Educational needs are well catered for. The property is within easy reach of some of the best primary and secondary schools in the region in both the state and private sectors. Elliots Cottage is situated in the heart of beautiful countryside on Castlemorton Common. It is surrounded by open fields and is set against the backdrop of the Malvern Hills which are only a few minutes drive away.
Originally dating back to the 1800's Elliots Cottage was at one time a pair of semi detached farmworkers cottages. It is now a traditional two storey detached house constructed of brick with external rendered elevations under a pitched tiled roof. The property does require updating and refurbishment but it offers enormous scope for extension and for transformation into a very fine contemporary home. The accommodation currently includes a porch, dining room, kitchen/breakfast room, a hall, lounge, utility room with WC, four bedrooms and a bathroom. One of the bedrooms has its own dressing room which could potentially be converted to an en-suite facility. The house has oil fired central heating (the boiler is three years old) and double glazed windows. The large garden provides a lovely setting. Within the curtilage there are a number of small outbuildings mainly of timber construction and a driveway that can accommodate several vehicles. There is clearly potential to construct garaging if required. Elliots Cottage provides the perfect opportunity for buyers to renovate, refurbish and stamp their own mark on a house that enjoys a wonderful location. Ground Floor
Enclosed Entrance Porch
With part glazed external door and inner door leading to
Dining Room - 15ft 10in (4.65m) × 10ft 4in (3.1m)
Fireplace with brick surround, stone mantle and quarry hearth supporting electric fire as well as two glass fronted and shelved cabinets to each side. Three wall light points, two double glazed windows to front and side aspects, radiator and door leading to
Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 19ft 9in (5.89m) × 6ft (1.86m)
Range of floor and eye level cupboards including a single drainer stainless steel sink, worksurfaces with tiled surrounds, four ring electric COOKER and OVEN with extractor canopy above, plumbing and space for dishwasher, radiator, ceramic tiled floor, two UPVC double glazed windows to rear aspect and door leading to
With built in cupboards to each side. This lobby opens into
Inner Hall - 10ft 6in (3.1m) × 5ft 10in (1.55m)
Tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect, stairs leading to first floor, oil fired central heating boiler and radiator. Doors to utility room (described later) and to
Lounge - 16ft (4.96m) × 11ft 5in (3.41m)
Fireplace with brick surround, timber mantle and tiled hearth supporting woodburner. Fitted plinths and shelving to each side of fireplace. Two UPVC double glazed windows to front and side aspects. Radiator.
Utility Room - 13ft 3in (4.03m) × 7ft 7in (2.17m)
Quarry tiled floor, double drainer stainless steel sink unit, plumbing and space for washing machine, fitted wall cupboards, window to rear aspect and door leading outside. Door also to
Close coupled suite and quarry tiled floor. First Floor
Radiator, shelved cupboard and double glazed window to rear aspect (view of the Malvern Hills).
Bathroom - 9ft 5in (2.79m) × 6ft 3in (1.86m)
Panelled bath with tiled surround, shower over and shower screen. Vanity wash basin, close coupled WC, radiator, tiled floor and UPVC double glazed window to rear aspect.
Bedroom 1 - 11ft (3.41m) × 7ft 7in (2.17m)
Radiator, double glazed window to front aspect. Built in wardrobe with shelving, second built in cupboard also with shelving. Door leading to
En-Suite Dressing Room/Bedroom 5 - 11ft 2in (3.41m) × 9ft 6in (2.79m)
This room clearly has potential for conversion into an en-suite bathroom. Radiator, two fitted wardrobes with cupboards above and double glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom 2 - 8ft 1in (2.48m) × 6ft 4in (1.86m)
Radiator and double glazed window to rear aspect.
Bedroom 3 - 11ft 5in (3.41m) × 8ft 1in (2.48m)
Radiator, access to roof space and double glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom 4 - 11ft 5in (3.41m) × 8ft 6in (2.48m)
Radiator, two built in wardrobes and double glazed window to front aspect.
A five bar timber gate leads directly onto a long concrete driveway that can provide parking for several vehicles. The large garden mainly lies to the front of the house and is laid to separate lawns and a former vegetable section linked by pathways and enclosed by fencing and mature hedging. Within the curtilage there are a variety of mature trees, shrubs and rose borders. Immediately in front of the house there is a paved seating area and patio which continues to the side of the house from which a paved pathway leads to the small rear garden. Also within the grounds are four small outbuildings of timber construction. There is also an external tap as well as an oil tank serving the central heating system. GREENHOUSE. Immediately next to the house is the pump that served the former well which was once the only water supply (not now in use).
We have been advised that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Drainage is to a private septic tank. However it should be noted that although this system still functions it does not meet current building or environment agency standards and will need replacing. Potential buyers should bear this in mind if considering making an offer for the property as the vendors do not have the funds to replace it. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant local authority. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending occupiers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.
Intending purchasers will be required to produce identification documentation and proof of funding in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017. More information can be made available upon request. John Goodwin FRICS has made every effort to ensure that measurements and particulars are accurate however prospective purchasers/tenants must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the accuracy of the information provided. No information with regard to planning use, structural integrity, tenure, availability/operation, business rates, services or appliances has been formerly verified and therefore prospective purchasers/tenants are requested to seek validation of all such matters prior to submitting a formal or informal intention to purchase/lease the property or enter into any contract.
We are advised (subject to legal confirmation) that the property is freehold.
COUNCIL TAX BAND "G" This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.
Energy Performance Certificate
The EPC rating for this property is F (30).
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From Great Malvern proceed south along the A438 Wells Road towards Ledbury for almost two miles before forking left onto the Hanley Road (B4209) signed Three Counties Showground. Continue for just under a mile where at a crossroads (with traffic lights) turn right onto Blackmore Park Road. Follow this route for approximately a mile. At the next crossroads turn right (still B4208) towards Welland. Carry on straight through Welland. As you leave the village you will come straight onto Castlemorton Common. After a further 600 yards turn right down an unmarked track (identified by two short black and white posts and a small yellow sign). Follow this track for approximately 500 yard over a small brook. Continue for two or three hundred yards before taking the first fork to the right (look out for a green No Authorised Vehicles sign). Elliots Cottage is the second property on the left.
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