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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Martley Road, Lower Broadheath, Worcester, WR2

Sold STC £575,000

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Impressively Proportioned, Extended Detached Family Home With Generous Rear Garden, In Popular Village Location, Around 2132 Sq Ft.

Reception Hall, Kitchen/Family Room, Drawing Room, Snug, Dining Room, Utility, Cloakroom, Master Bedroom With En Suite Shower Room, Three Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Parking For Numerous Vehicles, Generous Rear Garden. Garage With Planning Permission To Re-build And Create First Floor Studio. EPC = D.

Hallow 2 miles, Worcester 4, Martley 5, M5 (Junction 7) 6, Ombersley 7, Malvern 8, Birmingham 32, London 134 (all mileages are approximate).

Situation: Elbin Villa sits in the centre of the highly regarded village of Lower Broadheath. Lower Broadheath has excellent local facilities to include public houses, a post office, store and primary school with more extensive facilities for commerce, education and leisure available in the university city of Worcester. The property also sits within the Martley Chantry High School catchment area. There is rapid access onto the motorway network via M5 Junction 7.

Description: Elbin Villa is a well-proportioned family home of character which has been extended by the current owners to provide versatile accommodation which is well suited to modern family living. Care has been taken to retain many original features including open fires to most of the bedrooms, high ceilings and sash windows. The four bedrooms are all good-sized doubles and the master could be converted back to two rooms if so desired. French windows lead from the kitchen/family room and drawing room to the generously proportioned, easy-to maintain rear garden. The property is well set back from the road and has parking for numerous vehicles. There is planning permission to demolish the current detached garage and rebuild it, adding a kitchen to the ground floor with an office/studio on the first floor.

In brief, the accommodation comprises:

• A light and airy Reception Hall with a flagstone floor, and having two open arches through to the
• Dining Room with a wooden floor, a large bay window to the front aspect, decorative coving and ceiling rose, and an open fire set in a cast iron fireplace on a tiled hearth.
• A generously proportioned Kitchen/Family Room which has a flagstone floor and three sash windows as well as French doors to the rear patio letting in lots of light. The kitchen boasts an extensive range of units and a ceramic sink as well as a dual fuel Rangemaster oven, integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer. There is ample space for a dining table and additional seating, and double doors lead into the
• Dual aspect Drawing Room, which has a wooden floor, sash windows to the front aspect, French doors leading out to the rear patio and an open fire set in a stone surround on a tiled hearth.
• Also located off the Kitchen/Family Room is a comfortable Snug with a wooden floor, a large bay window to the front of the property and an open fire set on a ceramic tiled hearth with a wooden surround.
• Finally on the ground floor are a good-sized Utility Room having units matching and kitchen, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble drier and a door to outside, and a well-presented Cloakroom.
• To the first floor, a landing with wooden floor leads to all four bedrooms and the family bathroom. The impressive and spacious Master Bedroom was previously divided into two double bedrooms and could easily be converted back to two rooms. This dual aspect room has French doors leading out to a Juliet balcony overlooking the rear garden and a contemporary, fully tiled En Suite Shower Room having a ceramic tiled floor and a large shower cubicle with double shower heads, sauna function, lights and music.
• Bedrooms Two, Three and Four are all well-proportioned double bedrooms, two of which have original fireplaces and one with a fitted wardrobe.
• The well-presented Family Bathroom has a ceramic tiled floor, a freestanding contemporary oval shaped bath with shower attachment and a separate corner shower cubicle having sauna, lights and music functions.

Outside, there is a gated main entrance leading on to a gravelled parking area for numerous vehicles with further access to a single garage. There is planning permission to demolish the garage and replace it with a two storey building with a kitchen on the ground floor and an office/studio on the first floor (see Agent's Note 1).

There are two small areas of lawn to the front of the property along with well-stocked flower beds and the house is screened from the road by walling and mature hedging. The private rear garden is mainly laid to lawn edged with shrub and herbaceous borders and has two generous terraces, one paved and one decked, providing the ideal setting for relaxing or entertaining.

Agents Note 1: Malvern Hills District Council Planning Application Number 14/01130/HOU: Garage with studio above.

Agents Note 2: An Outline Planning Application for the erection of 39 dwellings on land behind the property was submitted on 01/05/15 and rejected on 02/12/15 (MHDC Application Number 15/00649/OUT). An appeal is currently being considered.

Services: All mains services are connected.

Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council - 01684 862151 -

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18 May 2016


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