7 bedroom detached house for saleGraham Road, Great Malvern
- 7 bedrooms
- Detached house
- Space For garage
- Bus Route
- Close to Railway Station
A VERY STRIKING AND SPACIOUS DETACHED EDWARDIAN HOUSE LESS THAN FIVE MINUTES WALK FROM THE CENTRE OF GREAT MALVERN IN THE TOWN'S PREMIER RESIDENTIAL AREA AND OFFERING GENEROUS ACCOMMODATION ON THREE FLOORS WITH GAS FIRED CENTRAL HEATING, MANY ORIGINAL FEATURES, RECEPTION HALL, CLOAKROOM, DRAWING ROOM, DINING ROOM, KITCHEN, BREAKFAST ROOM, UTILITY ROOM, SEVEN BEDROOMS, TWO BATHROOMS, USEFUL CELLARS, OFF ROAD PARKING, A MATURE AND SHELTERED LANDSCAPED GARDEN AND FINE VIEWS OF BOTH THE SEVERN VALLEY AND MALVERN HILLS. ENERGY RATING "F "
Location & Description:
76 Graham Road enjoys a convenient position in one of Great Malvern's premier residential areas only about five minutes walk from the town centre and therefore close to a comprehensive range of amenities including shops and banks, Waitrose supermarket, the renowned theatre and cinema complex, the Splash leisure pool and gymnasium and Manor Park tennis and sports centre. Junction 7 of the M5 motorway at Worcester is about eight miles. Great Malvern railway station and Malvern Link common are both within walking distance. The property is also well placed for access to some of the best education in the region including Malvern College and Malvern St James Girls' Schools both of which are also within walking distance as well as a number of primary and secondary state schools.
The property arguably has one of the best settings in Great Malvern. It not only enjoys the convenience of town but also has a wonderful view of the Malvern Hills to the west and from the upper floors at least across the Severn Valley to the east. It stands in a mature and sheltered easy to maintain landscaped garden and has the added bonus of private off road parking for at least three vehicles.
Built in 1904 the property has maintained its classic original Edwardian features, some of which are worthy of special mention including an attractive tessellated tiled floor in the hall, sash windows virtually throughout, impressive period fireplaces and most of its original joinery such as high skirtings, picture rails and cornicing together with the main staircase and several original internal doors. The large sash windows, particularly to the front of the house make the most of the wonderful towards the hills. Even the mechanisms for operating the servants' bells either side of the fireplaces in the drawing room and dining room remain (although they are not in working order). One unique aspect of the property is a fine stained glass stone mullioned window on its south elevation that provides a focal point for the hall and landing.
The accommodation is larger than at first meets the eye. On the ground floor a reception hall leads to the drawing room, separate dining room, kitchen, breakfast room, utility room and cloakroom. At first floor level the impressive landing leads to four bedrooms and to the main family bathroom. A separate stairwell leads to the second floor where there are three further bedrooms and a second bathroom. The house also has gas fired central heating.
Externally accessed from the rear garden is an outside toilet, a small secure machinery/equipment store and two very useful cellars.
4.5m (14ft 9in) x 2.69m (8ft 10in) max
An elegant entrance, the main feature of which is its original Edwardian tessellated tiled floor. Radiator, cornicing to ceiling, part glazed front entrance door, central heating thermostat, large walk-in cloaks cupboard/pantry and a fine original Edwardian staircase leading to first floor.
Close coupled WC, radiator, two small stained glass sash windows and vanity wash basin.
5.11m (16ft 9in) x 4.52m (14ft 10in)
A lovely room the main feature of which is its very large three bay sash window from which there is a particularly fine view of the Malvern Hills. The focal point of the room is an impressive Edwardian fireplace with ornate surround and mantle, tiled inset and hearth. Radiator, fitted book shelving, picture rail, cornicing and two wall light points.
4.88m (16ft 0in) x 3.96m (13ft 0in)
Edwardian fireplace with marble surround and mantle, tiled hearth and inset, radiator, picture rail, cornicing to ceiling and large sash window to front aspect also enjoying a fine view of the hills.
Half tiled. Radiator.
3.71m (12ft 2in) x 2.97m (9ft 9in)
Floor and eye level cupboard incorporating a one and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink, work surfaces with tiled surrounds, space and plumbing for dishwasher, spaces for cooker, fridge, etc., sash window to rear aspect with view over Severn Valley. Archway to
2.95m (9ft 8in) x 2.51m (8ft 3in)
Also with doors leading to the lobby and outside. Two radiators, floor and eye level cupboards and sash window to rear aspect.
2.44m (8ft 0in) x 2.49m (8ft 2in)
Gas fired central heating boiler, plumbing for washing machine, single drainer stainless steel sink, eye level cupboard and sash window to rear aspect.
A lovely area of the house with its fine Edwardian staircase and a particularly striking stained glass stone mullioned window. Radiator and cornicing to ceiling.
5.13m (16ft 10in) x 4.52m (14ft 10in)
Large three bay sash window to front aspect with fine view of hills. Vanity wash basin, cornicing to ceiling and radiator.
4.8m (15ft 9in) x 3.84m (12ft 7in)
Large sash window to front aspect with view of hills. Vanity wash basin, radiator, two large floor to ceiling fitted double wardrobes, cornicing to ceiling, two bedside lights.
4.06m (13ft 4in) x 3.91m (12ft 10in)
Radiator, Edwardian grate and fireplace, cornicing to ceiling, sash window to rear aspect with view over Severn Valley.
3.51m (11ft 6in) x 2.44m (8ft 0in) max
Half tiled and having panelled bath with tiled surround, shower tap and shower curtain, vanity wash basin with raised work surface, three cupboards and drawers below, fitted mirror, shaving point and light above. Close coupled WC, bidet, wall mounted cabinet, built in airing cupboard with factory lagged cylinder, immersion heater and slatted shelving. Radiator and sash window to rear aspect.
Approached by a short flight of stairs from the main landing. This stairwell then continues to the second floor (described later). Door to
3.12m (10ft 3in) x 2.64m (8ft 8in)
Radiator, two double glazed windows to rear aspect with fine view of the Severn Valley. This room contains a range of fitted office furniture and book shelving which can be included in the sale subject to negotiation.
Access to roof space, built in linen cupboard.
3.28m (10ft 9in) x 2.57m (8ft 5in)
Panelled bath, close coupled WC, vanity wash basin with work surface and cupboards below. Radiator.
4.34m (14ft 3in) x 3.61m (11ft 10in) maximum
Velux window to front aspect with view of hills. Radiator.
4.65m (15ft 3in) x 3.76m (12ft 4in) maximum
Radiator, south facing window.
4.27m (14ft 0in) x 3.96m (13ft 0in) maximum
Radiator, south facing window.
The property enjoys an attractive approach over a tarmac driveway capable of accommodating three vehicles. The driveway and garden are enclosed by mature hedged boundaries with a gated side entrance leading to the rear of the property. Here there is a raised flagstone terrace/seating area enclosed by brick and stone capped pillars supporting railings and by a wall supporting mature climbers (Clematis and Ivy) as well as hedging. This is a particularly sheltered spot that catches the morning sun. Steps lead down to a beautifully sheltered private and mature main garden which is on two levels consisting of another large flagstone terrace/seating area and a separate lawn encircled by borders, mature shrubs and trees, fenced and stone boundary walls. There is rear access to a range of basement rooms which include a secure MACHINERY/EQUIPMENT STORE, EXTERNAL WC with close coupled suite, wash basin and light and TWO LINKED CELLARS (measuring 13' x 13'6" and 15' x 8' respectively) with a tap and lighting. At strategic points around the house there is external lighting and an outside tap.
Note: Fitted book shelving throughout the house together with electrical white goods in the kitchen and the bespoke fitted Oak furniture in the main bedroom are all included in the sale of 76 Graham Road.
We have been advised that mains electricity, gas, drainage and water are connected to the property. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant authorities. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending purchasers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.
We are advised (subject to legal verification) that the property is freehold.
COUNCIL TAX BAND "F"
This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.
Strictly by appointment through the Agent's Malvern office. 01684 892809.
The property is within walking distance of the town centre. Graham Road is one of the streets that is linked to the traffic lights in the middle of town. Follow the road for a few hundred yards where number 76 will be seen on the right hand side.
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