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- 5 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 2 Reception Rooms
- Exceptional 1930's house in one of Malvern's premier locations
- Set in garden and grounds extending to 2 Acres
- Unrivalled far reaching views across Herefordshire towards the Welsh Mountains
- Most of the original period features retained
- Five Bedrooms. Three Reception rooms
A most impressive 1930's five bedroomed detached house set in a garden and grounds extending to 2 Acres in a premier location on the western slopes of the Malvern Hills with superb far reaching views across Herefordshire to the Welsh Mountains
Location & Description
Brockhill Road is situated in West Malvern approximately two miles from the well served village of Colwall and a similar distance from the cultural spa town of Great Malvern where there is a comprehensive range of amenities including shops and banks, Waitrose supermarket, the renowned theatre and cinema complex and the Splash leisure pool and gymnasium. Transport communications are excellent. There are mainline railway stations in Great Malvern, Malvern Link and Colwall all within a three mile radius. Junction 7 of the M5 motorway at Worcester is about nine miles and Junction 2 of the M50 near Ledbury is approximately twelve miles. The property is well placed for access to some of the best schools in the region at both primary and secondary levels and in the private and state sectors including The Downs and Elms Preparatory Schools in Colwall, Malvern College and Malvern St James Girls School and The Chase and Dyson Perrins High Schools in Malvern.
Brockhill is a superb family home which was constructed in 1930 for the Cadbury family, by the renowned local builder James of Colwall and designed by the Architect responsible for the Bournville village. Brockhill Road is on the western slopes of the Malvern Hills, and is considered to be one of the most desirable locations in the area. The charming Art Deco property has remained almost unchanged since the 1930's and has only had five families as occupiers. It retains most of its period features, including a fine oak staircase, panelled wooden doors, oak panelling and flooring in the sitting/dining room, original fireplaces, picture rails , even some of the original 1930's light fittings. Gas central heating is installed and some of the windows are double glazed, but the majority are the original Crittall windows. The rooms are of generous proportions and briefly comprise two excellent reception rooms, snug/study, breakfast kitchen, laundry room, and cloakroom/boot room on the ground floor. The original house had seven bedrooms, but two rooms have been knocked through to create five, one of which has an ensuite bathroom. There is also a shower room, bathroom and W.C on the first floor. On the second floor is an excellent, large hobbies/games room. Brockhill is set in a garden with adjoining paddock and tennis court which extends to 2 Acres. The westerly views from the house and garden are exceptional, and the house was constructed so that nearly all the rooms have the benefit of these remarkable views
Pair of wood panelled entrance doors Floor tiling and matwell. Storage cupboard. Door with glazed panels to :
An impressive hall with fine turned oak staircase to first floor. Radiator
Exterior door. Quarry tiled floor. Radiator. Coathooks and shoe shelving. washbasin with cupboards under. Door to W.C.
Drawing Room - 19ft 5in (5.89m) × 15ft 2in (4.65m)
Bay window with tiled sill and glorious westerly views. Brick and stone fire surround with inset gas fire and wood mantle over Radiator. Door to walk in drinks cupboard
Sitting Room/Dining Room - 25ft (7.75m) × 16ft 10in (4.96m)
A superb room with three pairs of french doors onto the terrace and with far reaching views. Wood panelling to half height. Oak floor. Tiled fireplace with quarry tiled hearth and fitted bookshelves into the alcoves. Radiator behind grille.
Snug/study - 11ft (3.41m) × 9ft (2.79m)
Double glazed window with far reaching views. Alcove cupboards
Breakfast Kitchen - 15ft 4in (4.65m) × 11ft 8in (3.41m)
Fitted with a range of oak units comprising base and drawer units with work surfaces over and marble chopping slab. Wall cupboards. Sink unit with cupboards under, Gas fired AGA. Cork floor tiles
Laundry Room. - 7ft 6in (2.17m) × 6ft (1.86m)
Quarry tiled floor. Cupboards with sliding glass doors. Cupboards and drawers under. Sink unit with cupboards under. Wall tiling. Radiator
With steps down from kitchen. Pantry. Exterior door.
Cellar - 11ft 9in (3.41m) × 7ft 6in (2.17m)
Glow worm gas fired boiler. Door to further cellar storage space and wine cellar
On the first floor
Galleried landing. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank. Stairs to second floor.
Master Bedroom - 19ft (5.89m) × 10ft 9in (3.1m)
Double glazed windows with superb views. Built in cupboard. Radiator. Door to:
En suite bathroom
Bath with hand held mixer shower. Wash basin. W.C. wall tiling Radiator
Bedroom Two - 15ft 5in (4.65m) × 12ft 5in (3.72m)
French doors to the balcony with westerly views. Fireplace with alcove cupboard. Radiator
Bedroom Three - 12ft 5in (3.72m) × 9ft 8in (2.79m)
French doors to the balcony. Fireplace with alcove cupboard. Radiator
Bedroom Four - 11ft 9in (3.41m) × 9ft 2in (2.79m)
Double glazed window and westerly views. Radiator. Fireplace with alcove cupboard. Corner wash basin. Radiator
Bedroom Five - 15ft 4in (4.65m) × 8ft (2.48m)
Views across the garden and adjoining fields. Wash basin. Radiator
Panelled bath. Washbasin. Fitted cupboards. Large wall tiles. Towel rail. Radiator
Curved shower cubicle with overhead shower. Wash basin. W,C. Radiator. Floor tiles
Second Floor - 25ft 9in (7.75m) × 16ft 4in (4.96m)
A superb attic room with wood clad walls and apex ceiling. Double glazed windows with distant views of the Welsh mountains. Fitted cupboards. Ideal hobbies/games room
Oak double gates from the road gives access to the driveway with ample parking leading to two wooden GARAGES, both with twin wooden doors , light and power. 19'7 x 12'3, and 19'7 x 8'7. From the rear hall door is an enclosed fenced area with SHED and WOOD STORE. Set into the house at the rear is a TOOL SHED AND WOOD STORE. Brockhill is set in a garden and paddock extending in total to 2 Acres. There is an extensive lawn to the south of the house with retaining stone wall and rockery, and further lawns to the north and west surrounded by flower borders. Vegetable plot and WOODEN SHED 15'5 x 8'8. To the west of the house is a paved terrace screened by hedging, from where to enjoy the unrivalled far reaching views across Herefordshire toward Hay Bluff and the Welsh Mountains, and from where steps lead down through a deep rockery to a lower lawn with archway to the flat paddock. A second, terrace with half moon feature in the retaining wall, looks out over the TENNIS COURT.
We have been advised that mains services are connected to the property. There are Solar panels on the roof .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 D (64).
By appointment to be made through the Agent's Ledbury Office (Tel: 01531 634648) or Colwall Office (01684 540300)
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- The particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers or leasees and do not constitute, nor constitute part of, an offer or contract.
- All descriptions, dimensions, references to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given in good faith and are believed to be correct but any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.
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From Colwall take Walwyn Road up the hill to the Wyche Cutting. Turn left onto West Malvern Road and Brockhill Road will be found after approximately a mile on the left hand side. Brockhill is approximately 300 yards on the right hand side.
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