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3 bedroom end of terrace house for sale
Powick Mills, Old Road, Powick, WR2 4BU
Description - A superb grade II listed three double bedroom home being one of eleven individual architect designed properties set in this gated historic landmark development located on the edge of the city of Worcester. The accommodation comprises; entrance hall with fitted coats cupboards, lounge diner with glazed balcony overlooking the river Teme, fitted kitchen with integrated appliances, cloakroom, three double bedrooms, bathroom. Further benefits include; gas central heating, double glazing, fitted security/smoke alarms, secure gated parking with two allocated parking spaces, low maintenance front garden, wide balcony with space for entertaining to rear. Viewing essential to appreciate the quality and location of conversion on offer. Part exchange considered
Old Mill Cottage forms part of this landmark 19th Century structure constructed in 1894 to become Britain's first hydro-electric power station. The building has was sympathetically transformed by Thomas Vale Construction and Lett and Sweetland Architects preserving the original architectural features into eleven unique homes comprising Powick Mills
Accessed via wooden door with double glazed picture window over, smoke alarm, two wall light points, range of tall fitted cloaks cupboards, panel radiator with thermostatic valve, stairs to first floor, wood laminate floor, door to:
Lounge Diner 5.30m x 3.92m
Rear aspect double glazed sash window overlooking the balcony with views over the River Teme, side aspect double glazed sash window, two ceiling light points, two wall light points, two panel radiators with thermostatic valves, feature inset contemporary wood effect living flame gas fire, wood laminate floor, double glazed double French doors to rear balcony.
Fitted Kitchen 3.71m x 2.61m
Front aspect double gazed sash window, recessed ceiling downlighters, fitted kitchen comprising matching range of floor and wall mounted units under a granite worksurface with tiled surround, inset stainless steel 1 1/2 bowl sink unit, inset stainless steel gas hob, stainless steel oven below and stainless steel extractor over, integral dishwasher, integral fridge, integral freezer, built-in understairs storage area with space and plumbing for automatic washing machine, wood laminate floor.
Recessed ceiling downlighters, extractor, two piece white suite comprising wash hand basin with tiled splashback, low level WC, panel radiator with thermostatic valve, wood laminate floor.
First Floor Landing
Recessed ceiling downlighters, smoke alarm, access to roof space, panel radiator with thermostatic valve, large built-in airing cupboard containing wall mounted Geminox gas boiler and slatted shelving, door to:
Bedroom One 3.84m max x 3.62m
Twin front aspect double glazed sash windows, two wall light points, panel radiator with thermostatic valve, TV aerial point, fitted double wardrobe with twin hanging rails.
Bedroom Two 3.94m x 3.43m
Rear aspect double glazed sash window with views over the River Teme to the rear, two wall light points, panel radiator with thermostatic valve.
Bedroom Three 3.93m max x 3.41m
Rear aspect double glazed window with views over River Teme, additional side aspect double glazed obscure glass window, two ceiling light points, fitted quadruple wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving, panel radiator with thermostatic valve.
Family Bathroom 2.89m x 2.25m
Front aspect double glazed sash window, recessed ceiling downlighers, extractor, four piece white suite comprising double ended panel bath with mixer taps, fitted shower cubicle, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, heated towel rail.
The front garden is accessed via an electronic gated entrance with opens to a parking area with two allocated parking spaces for number eleven, there is also a designated storage area for refuse. Number eleven has a low maintenance front garden with block paved path, engineered brick edging, paved seating area, mature tree and shrubs. Steps lead from this to the font door.
To the rear of the property is a full width, glass sided balcony overlooking the River Teme with outside courtesy light and space for sitting and entertaining (6.01m x 2.11m max/19'9 x 6'11).
The property itself is a Freehold property. The property along with the ten homes at Powick Mills have a communal charge of (R)74.88 per month. This charge is in place to cover the building insurance for the property, the maintenance of the driveway, electric gates and communal areas, and the maintenance of the chimney. This charge is managed by the residents themselves.
From Malvern proceed along the A449 to Worcester passing straight over the roundabout at Powick heading into Worcester on the A449 Malvern Road. Continue over the bridge and then take the next left virtually turning back on yourself into Old Road. Powick Mills can be found after another 100 yards on the right hand side.
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