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- 4 Bedrooms
- 3 Bathrooms
- 5 Reception Rooms
- Online Viewing Video Available Upon Request
- Impressive And Elegant Detached Country Home
- Versatile And Beautifully Presented Accommodation
- Five Reception Rooms
- Master Bedroom With En-Suite Shower Room
- Three Further Double Bedrooms
- Separate Coach House With Office/Studio Space
- Extensive and Mature Grounds
An Impressive And Elegant Detached Country Home Set In Delightful, Extensive And Mature Gardens In A Very Convenient Location, Offering Versatile And Beautifully Presented Accommodation Comprising; Entrance Porch, Inner Hallway, Drawing Room, Formal Dining Room, Family Room, Study, Breakfast Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Downstairs WC, Master Bedroom With En-suite Shower Room, Three Further Double Bedrooms, Bathroom and Further Shower Room. To The Outside Is A Coach House With Office/Studio Space, Garage, Wood Store And Bin Store, Gardener's WC And Further Garden Outbuildings. Oil Fired Central Heating.
Location & Description
This exquisite property is set in the small, quiet hamlet of Newbridge Green, with its collection of fine country houses, and within a mile of the bustling river side town of Upton upon Severn, in this convenient and rural part of South Worcestershire. With many local amenities close by in Upton, such as primary school, high school, health centre, supermarket, library and post office, the position of the property is well served for all day to day requirements. Further and more extensive leisure amenities can be found in Great Malvern, with Waitrose, Malvern Theatre and Malvern Spa all within 8 miles of the property. Similar amenities are also available in nearby Cheltenham. A selection of some of the best private schools in the country can be found locally - notably Malvern College and Cheltenham Ladies College. Transport communications are excellent, with Junction 1 of the M50 within 10 minutes' drive, giving easy and quick access to Cheltenham, Birmingham and Bristol and superb rail network links from either Great Malvern or Worcester Parkway to London, the Midlands and the South West.
The Cottage is a period detached residence with an impressively elegant facade located in a quiet, rural, yet convenient location. Believed to date back in parts to the 1800's, the property offers generous and flexible accommodation of approximately 2,396 sq ft which has been lovingly looked after, updated and maintained by the current owners. The accommodation briefly comprises to the ground floor an entrance porch leading through to an elegant drawing room and formal dining room, both with large windows overlooking the front garden of the house. Leading through to the inner hallway, there are three further reception rooms to enjoy; a study, family room and a breakfast room, all of which partake in differing views and aspects from the property and across the gardens. The kitchen has been well fitted with hand made units and also has the benefit of a separate utility/boot room. A sweeping staircase from the inner hall rises to the first floor with a generous landing area giving access to the master bedroom with en-suite shower room, three further bedrooms and two further bathrooms. With generous gardens, mature and attractive planting, lawns and vegetable growing areas overlooking the surrounding open farmland, the property offers generous outside space for a growing family and gardening enthusiasts alike. The converted Coach House within the grounds offers potential and flexibility for numerous uses and currently offers three separate areas - garaging, office/storage space, wood storage and a bin store. Furthermore, within the extensive gardens, there can also be found a Gardener's WC, summer house, two timber sheds and a greenhouse. The spacious accommodation in detail comprises;
Approached from a paved pathway through the attractively planted front garden, the brick built entrance porch with outside lantern lighting and solid wood front door opens through to the the entrance porch area with flagstone flooring and glazing to both sides, lighting and opening through the original solid wood front door with glazed panelling to;
Drawing Room - 5.28m (17.32ft) × 4.76m (15.61ft)
An invitingly elegant and well proportioned room with large fireplace with cast iron inset and marble hearth. Large window overlooking the front of the property. Door leading through to both the Formal Dining Room and the Inner Hallway.
Formal Dining Room - 4.75m (15.58ft) × 3.41m (11.18ft)
A spacious room overlooking the front of the property with feature fireplace and decorative tiled border. Open hearth and mantle over. Inset cupboards and shelving to either side.
Giving access to the heart of the property and much of the ground floor accommodation with stone flooring throughout. Under stairs storage cupboard. Hardwood part glazed door to rear garden and UPVC window to side. Stairs rising to first floor.
Study - 3.44m (11.28ft) × 3.25m (10.66ft)
With UPVC window to the side of the property. Fitted desk unit with book shelving over. Range of inset fitted wall cupboards with utility meter storage.
Family Room - 4.26m (13.97ft) × 4.51m (14.79ft)
A comfortable and cosy room with generous dimensions and dual aspect windows. Accessed from either the Hallway or the Study. Karndean flooring throughout. Open fireplace with Clearview multifuel stove and solid beam mantle over. Inset bookshelves. Steps rising to;
With tiled flooring and lighting, leading through to;
Low level WC and wash hand basin. UPVC glazed window. Part tiled surround.
Breakfast Room - 5.17m (16.96ft) × 3.67m (12.04ft)
Leading through from the Hallway and with UPVC French doors and window offering views over the patio area and delightful gardens beyond. Large fireplace with wooden mantle over. Inset cupboards with shelving and stone tiled flooring throughout.
Kitchen - 5.1m (16.73ft) × 3.19m (10.46ft)
With a comprehensive range of shaker style handmade fitted units throughout with solid wood worktops over, Belfast sink with brass mixer tap, dresser unit with basket shelving and drawers. Tiled alcove with space for range cooker. Integrated larder style fridge/freezer. Space and plumbing for dishwasher. Tiled splash backs. Dual aspect UPVC windows overlooking the rear and side gardens. Stone tiled flooring. Door through to;
Utility Room - 3.64m (11.94ft) × 2.54m (8.33ft)
Wooden stable door to the rear and UPVC window to side. Range of base and wall units with space and plumbing for washing machine, tumble drier and additional white goods. Grant oil fired boiler. Stainless steel sink with drainer and mixer tap over.
With dog-leg staircase from the ground floor opening out onto an L-shaped landing with UPVC window overlooking the rear gardens. Loft access points.
Master Bedroom - 4.75m (15.58ft) × 3.6m (11.81ft)
A charming, light filled room to the front of the property and offering far reaching views over surrounding open farmland through the large paneled window. Range of fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving. Alarm panel. Door opening through to;
En-Suite Shower Room
Corner shower cubicle with wall mounted shower and tiled surround. Low level WC and wash hand basin with cupboard under. UPVC glazed window to front of property.
Bedroom Two - 4.84m (15.88ft) × 3.39m (11.12ft)
With elevated ceilings and situated at the far end of the landing, offering views to the side of the house over the gardens and to the countryside beyond from the large UPVC window. Cupboard housing hot water tank and shelving.
Bedroom Three - 3.42m (11.22ft) × 4.48m (14.69ft)
Overlooking the front of the property and with open views. Fireplace with cast iron surround and wooden mantle over. Double fitted wardrobes with hanging rails and further cupboards over. Vanity sink unit with storage cupboard under.
Bedroom Four - 3.74m (12.27ft) × 3.27m (10.73ft)
Positioned to the rear of the house and overlooking the gardens, with feature fireplace and inset wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving.
Bathroom - 3.52m (11.55ft) × 2.58m (8.46ft)
Contemporary and tastefully fitted with Porcelanosa tiling throughout and under floor heating. Freestanding bath with wall mounted tap system over. Fitted solid oak sink unit with marble surface and stone bowl sink above. Wall mounted taps and mirror over. Further oak storage unit with marble surface over. Low level WC. Chrome heated towel rail. UPVC window to the rear of the property overlooking the gardens.
Shower Room - 2.61m (8.56ft) × 2.07m (6.79ft)
Large walk-in shower with glass screen, Porcelanosa tiling and monsoon shower over. Inset fitted marble surface with cut-out basin, mixer tap and mirror over. Low level WC. Built-in mirror fronted storage cabinet with shelving. UPVC window to the rear. Chrome heated towel rail.
The Cottage enjoys a superb position with extensive gardens, with the front access through a wrought-iron gate with paved pathway, gravelled paths and attractive planted borders all leading to the classical front door. The front facade is adorned by two mature wisteria plants for many months of the year adding delightful colour. To the side of the property a further double-gated access from the quiet country lane gives way to a large, sweeping gravel driveway offering ample parking for several vehicles to the side of the house. Door to small outdoor storage room at the side of the house. Oil Tank. Outside water tap. Security lighting. A large patio to the rear of the house overlooks the extensive level lawns with an abundance of trees and shrubs and offers a private and tranquil setting with open views across neighbouring farmland. Door to Gardener's WC alongside gated side access. Timber summer house. A second area of gardens, accessed through hedging offers a picket fenced vegetable garden with timber shed and greenhouse (to be negotiated separately) and lawned area with fruit trees and further timber shed.
The Coach House
Set in the grounds of the property, the attractive timber framed coach house offers three separate spaces; STUDIO/WORSHOP (4.23m X 4.1m) with light and power, windows and timber clad internal walls. GARAGE/STORAGE AREA (5.00m x 3.00m) with double wooden doors leading in from the quiet country lane, window, light and power. WOOD STORE (3.27m x 2.60m) with light. Further wooden bin store area to the front of the building.
We have been advised that electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property, with 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 "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 E (44).
By appointment to be made through the Agent's Upton upon Severn Office, Tel: 01684 593125
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From the Agent's office in Upton upon Severn, travel along the High Street into Old Street, up the hill past the health centre. At the top of the hill take the left turn onto the B4211 Gloucester Road. After approximately a mile or so take the first unmarked turn on the left hand side and the property can be found after a short distance on the left.
Upton upon Severn
Upton upon Severn, Worcestershire