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- 2 Bedrooms
- 1 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Substantial Detached House In Need Of Full Renovation
- Potential To Demolish And Replace
- Views To The Malvern Hills
- Enjoying A Fine Riverside Setting On The Banks Of The Severn
- Large Garden And 100 Feet Of Riverside Frontage With Slipway And Landing Stage
- Mooring And Riparian Rights
- In The Heart Of Unspoilt Countryside
- Situated On The Outskirts Of The Historic And Ancient Village Of Uckinghall
A Substantial Detached House In Need Of Full Renovation And Refurbishment And With Potential To Demolish And Replace Enjoying A Fine Riverside Setting On The Banks Of The Severn With Views To The Malvern Hills. Currently Comprising A Porch, Hall, Lounge, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Office, Separate WC, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom, Single And Double Garages, A Large Garden And One Hundred Feet Of Riverside Frontage With Slipway, Landing Stage, Mooring And Riparian Rights. Energy Rating "F"
Location & Description
Saxons Lode Cottage is situated on the outskirts of the quiet, historic and ancient village of Uckinghall, approximately three miles south of the busy and popular riverside town of Upton upon Severn, just over five miles from Tewkesbury, eleven miles from The Malvern's, thirteen miles from Worcester and approximately sixteen miles north of Cheltenham and Gloucester. The M5/M50 motorways are less than ten minutes drive away and there are mainline railways stations in Cheltenham, Gloucester, Worcester and Malvern. The village is in the heart of unspoilt countryside with easy access to the Malvern Hills, Severn Valley and Cotswolds. The village is in the heart of unspoilt countryside with easy access to the Malvern Hills, Severn Valley and Cotswolds.
The property comprises a substantial two storey detached house which is in need of full renovation and refurbishment. In 2019 planning consent was granted for the demolition and replacement of the existing dwelling by a new five bedroomed home with a floor area of almost 2500 sq. ft. This has since lapsed but it is anticipated that a fresh application would be treated sympathetically by the local planning authority. Though Saxon Lode Cottage does require major investment and repair it is an opportunity for buyers to take on an exciting project and to create a new home in a style of their choice. What makes the house almost unique is its setting in large grounds with approximately 100 ft of frontage onto the River Severn. The property has its own slipway, landing stage and jetty and is offered with mooring and Riparian rights. Included within the curtilage is a large contemporary double garage. It is understood that although part of the garden does flood occasionally the house has remained unaffected over the years. Ground Floor
Entrance Porch - 10ft (3.1m) × 8ft (2.48m)
Effectively a conservatory which is glazed to two aspects with double glazed windows overlooking the lounge. Tiled floor, storage cupboard and glazed inner door leading to
Two radiators, stairs to first floor, two double glazed windows.
Close coupled suite and wash basin. Double glazed window.
Living Room - 16ft 7in (4.96m) × 12ft (3.72m)
Fireplace with reconstituted stone surround, timber mantle, marble hearth and two built in storage cupboards. Three wall lights, two radiators and double glazed doors leading to
Conservatory - 28ft (8.68m) × 8ft (2.48m)
Running almost the full width of the house and also with access via double glazed doors to the hall and dining room (described later). Glazed to three aspects with doors leading into the main garden.
Bedroom 3/Dining Room - 12ft (3.72m) × 12ft (3.72m)
Currently in use as a bedroom. Double glazed doors leading into conservatory. Radiator. Door also to
Kitchen - 10ft 2in (3.1m) × 7ft 9in (2.17m)
Range of floor and eye level cupboards with worksurfaces and tiled surrounds, integrated single drainer sink and electric OVEN. Oil fired AGA, tiled floor, window to rear aspect. Door leading to
Tiled floor, porthole window, fitted cupboard, door leading to office/study (described later). Access also to
Utility Room - 13ft 3in (4.03m) × 7ft 5in (2.17m)
Floor and eye level cupboards with worksurfaces and tiled surrounds incorporating a single drainer stainless steel sink, four ring gas HOB, plumbing and space for washing machine/dishwasher etc. Tiled floor, two windows and glazed door leading to driveway.
Office/Study - 12ft 3in (3.72m) × 5ft 8in (1.55m)
Night storage heater, windows to two aspects and door to garden. First Floor
Radiator, double glazed window to main aspect with view over river. Access to roof space, airing cupboard with factory lagged cylinder.
Bedroom 1 - 11ft 4in (3.41m) × 12ft 2in (3.72m)
Two radiators, windows to front and rear aspects with view over river, two fitted double wardrobes with mirrored doors and dressing table between.
Bedroom 2 - 12ft (3.72m) × 12ft (3.72m)
Including a range of built-in cupboards and wardrobes. Radiator, double glazed window to rear aspect with view over river.
Tiled walls, corner bath, wash basin, tiled shower cubicle, radiator, double glazed window and shaver socket.
A short tarmac driveway flanked each side by a low brick wall, lawn, mature trees and shrubs leads to the house and provides parking for vehicles. Attached to the main house is a substantial
Single Garage - 18ft (5.58m) × 11ft (3.41m)
With up and over door, window, oil fired central heating boiler and side door leading into the rear garden. Also off the driveway is a more contemporary
Double Garage - 19ft (5.89m) × 17ft 8in (5.27m)
With up and over door, two windows and access to a first floor storage room/studio. Behind this garage is a garden STORE of timber construction. There is also an external tap and oil tank. The main garden consists of a large terrace providing a raised and sheltered seating area with gated steps leading down to a lower paved patio and seating area and to a large lawn, flanked to each side by well established shrubs and mature trees. A concrete slipway provides a direct route from the house for boats to be launched and at the far end of the garden along its 100 feet of riverside frontage is a landing stage and jetty. The garden itself faces south west, thus enjoying a wonderful view across the river and the countryside of Worcestershire towards the Malvern Hills in the far distance.
Lapsed Planning Consent
Planning consent was granted on 20th August 2018 (Application No. 18/00751/FUL) for the demolition of the existing dwelling and its replacement by a substantial two storey detached, five bedroomed house. This consent has since lapsed though it is understood that a fresh application would almost certainly be treated sympathetically by Malvern Hills District Council. A copy of this consent together with plans and drawings are available from the agent on request.
Mains electricity is understood to be connected. Water is provided by way of private well within the curtilage of the property (mains water is not available in the immediate vicinity). Drainage is to a private septic tank. It is likely that this will need to be replaced by the successful purchaser. Oil fired central heating. 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 "E" 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 (25)
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From Upton upon Severn proceed east over the river bridge towards Pershore (A4104). After about half a mile at the junction with the A38 turn right towards Tewkesbury and follow this route south for approximately a mile before forking right (signed Ripple and Uckinghall). Continue for about quarter of a mile taking the first turn to the right at a small crossroads (towards Uckinghall). Follow this route for several hundred yards where you will approach a humpback bridge and a sharp left hand bend. Just after the bridge and on this bend turn right (look for the sign Saxon Lode Farm). Follow this private road past a range of farm buildings. As the lane begins to bear to the right Saxon Lode Cottage is the second house on the left.
Upton upon Severn
Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire