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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

College Precincts, Worcester, WR1

£750,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Exquisite views of Worcester Cathedral
  • Grade II Listed home
  • Period features
  • Four double bedrooms
  • 2 En suites, shower room and WC
  • Three reception rooms
  • Wine cellar
  • Rear courtyard

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A period Grade II listed terraced property, overlooking Worcester Cathedral with many original features including inglenook fireplace, original panelling, oak flooring, sash windows with flat header arches and upper floor cambered arches. Accommodation briefly comprises spacious entrance hall, front reception hall/study, dining room, laundry room, WC, bespoke kitchen, wine cellar, additional basement room, living room with views of the Cathedral, master bedroom with over-sized en-suite bathroom, three further double bedrooms, one with en-suite bathroom and a family shower room.

This property benefits from a zoned gas central heating system, a combi boiler, fibre optic broadband and rear courtyard enclosed by secluded walled garden and period buildings.

A slice of Worcester history, this Grade II Listed terraced property, with exquisite and uninterrupted views of the Worcester Cathedral has many original features including inglenook fireplace, original panelling, oak flooring, sash windows with flat header arches and upper floor cambered arches. The property must be viewed to appreciate the opportunity.

Accommodation comprises: To the ground floor, entrance hall, front reception/study with inglenook fireplace, dining room with fireplace, door to laundry room and adjoining WC with opening leading to kitchen. To the lower ground floor is a wine cellar and another basement room with potential to be used as a gym/study/music room. Stairs leading to first floor comprising spacious living room and master bedroom with built in wardrobes and hidden over-sized en-suite bathroom. Stairs leading to second floor with three double bedrooms one with separate family shower room and en-suite bathroom. This property benefits from zoned gas central heating system powered by a condense combi boiler, fibre optic broadband, ample storage space and rear courtyard enclosed by walled garden and period buildings.

Superb location, over viewing Worcester cathedral, within close proximity of Worcester City shops, in particular the new cathedral plaza development and direct trains to London Paddington from Foregate Street. Primary and secondary schools in close proximity and the River Severn for attractive river walks.

The property is entered via a Georgian style wooden door with Georgian surround and canopy, leading to the entrance hall.

Ground floor

Entrance hall 15'4 x 11'3 (4.7m x 3.4m)
With original features throughout including oak stairs to the first floor, panelling and original wide floor boards. Ceiling point with door under stairs leading to basement. Walking through over-sized oak door into

Dining room 15'7 x 14'8 (4.7m x 4.5m)
Magnificently retained inglenook in brown brick and oak beam with log burner. Original Georgian oak double panelled buffet corner cupboard, original Georgian oak panelling, original red glazed Victorian quarry floor tiles, original exposed beams, ceiling point, internal Georgian fixed window to entrance hall and opening into

Kitchen 16'2 x 11'7 (4.9m x 3.5m)
A beautiful, architect designed extension with cathedral ceiling, fully glazed south facing pitch, and two additional electrically operated Velux type windows on the north facing side, full glass wall on the East with tri-fold double glazed doors giving access to the back courtyard and windows over the full south wall, all this contributing to the light and airy feel. Bespoke wooden kitchen, with a range of base and eye level painted units, mix of granite and wooden work surfaces, double Belfast sink and all integrated appliances as well as a gas operated range. Langdale, natural grey slate floor with trap door hydraulic access to the wine cellar. This area has recessed spotlights, double ceiling points and kick space heater with 'in unit’ skirting, also benefiting from electrically operated sun blinds to the glass ceiling and water based gas fired under floor heating. Assisted hydraulic trapdoor leads to

Wine cellar 14'10 x 14'4 (4.5m x 4.4m)
This stone and brick cellar dates back to the 16th century and forms part of the oldest areas of the property, with feature cathedral stones, this can be used for multiple purposes; the current vendors have utilised as storage, cold storage and also a wine cellar, this provides access to both the kitchen and adjoining secondary basement room conversion.

Secondary Basement room 23' x 12'4 (7.0m x 3.8m)
Full conversion into living space, with potential for gym/study/music room. Benefits from wall light points, fully carpeted flooring with ample storage hidden within walls. This also benefits from Iroko double glazed windows. Stairs leading back to entrance hall and

Front reception room/study 15'4 x 11'11 (4.7m x 3.6m)
With wall lights, radiator, carpeted flooring, brick built fireplace with slate hearth and operational flume. Half wooden panelling surrounds the room, there are two proportionate sash windows to front aspect with wooden folding shutters. For those wishing to use this room as a study, the property benefits from fibre optic broadband, built in bookcases and cupboards providing ample storage

Washroom 7'7 x 5'5 (2.3m x 1.7m)
With ceiling point, low level WC and hand wash basin. Two built in cupboards. Leading to

Laundry/Wash room 9'3 x 7'7 (2.8m x 2.3m)
With ceiling point and units, ceiling stellar maid drying rack and space for washer and dryer, double butler sink and door leading to stable door and path to courtyard garden.

First floor

Living room 19'8 x 15'5 (6.0m x 4.7m)
Entered from landing via Oak Tudor style door with fanlight above. Spacious and light living room with wooden and marble fire surround, marble hearth with brass open dog grill, painted beams, ceiling rose with 2 light points and multiple wall lights all controlled by individual dimmer switches, 3 panelled storage cupboards, three proportioned large sash windows to front aspect overlooking the Cathedral with uninterrupted and stunning views both in the daytime and illuminated in the evenings, with 4 radiators, 3 of which are in front with boxed in radiator covers, full carpet flooring, TV and telephone point.

Archway leading to

Master Bedroom 14'8 x 14'1 (4.5m 4.3m)
With ceiling point, full carpet flooring, ornamental open fireplace with slate hearth.

Two Georgian cottage style windows to rear aspect, providing possible access onto rooftop decking/reading area. Built in wardrobe and concealed door providing access to

En suite bathroom 14'8 x 9'8 (4.5m x 2.9m)
Over-sized en-suite and bathroom including six piece bathroom suite comprising, bath, low level WC, bidet, Jack and Jill wash basins and a shower cubicle. Built in airing cupboard, fully tiled recessed spotlights above bath, ceiling point, radiator and window to rear aspect.

Upper floor

Bedroom 2, 14'10 x 12'2 (4.5m x 3.7m)
Original oak door, window to rear aspect, ceiling point, carpet flooring and built in wardrobes, Tudor style wall finishes with exposed beams, hatch with access to attic and door leading to

En suite bathroom 10'2 x 6'6 (3.1m x 2.0m)
Three piece bathroom suite comprising, a roll top bath, low level WC and hand wash basin. Radiator, windows to rear aspect, ceiling point and original wooden floor boards.

Bedroom 3, 12'4 x 11'4 (3.8m x 3.5m)
Original Oak door, window to front aspect, ceiling point, walk in wardrobe, radiator, carpet flooring, exposed purlins and woodwork.

Bedroom 4, 11'9 x 11'4 (3.6m x 3.5m)
Original Oak door, window to front aspect, ceiling point, radiator, carpet flooring, exposed purlins and wood work.

Family shower room 8'9 x 8'4 (2.7m x 2.5m)
Four piece bathroom suite comprising a corner shower cubicle, low level WC, bidet and wash hand basin. Ceiling point, original wooden floors and window to side aspect. Access to the roof can be gained from this room via hatch into loft space with Velux window to the roof.

Outside Space

Rear of property
Outside the property has an East facing courtyard, completely laid in blue engineering bricks, fully protected by walled garden and period property walls with strategically positioned shrubs, sheltered patio area and outside cosmetic lighting with access to rooftop decking/reading area.

Parking up to 3 cars in Edgar Street with permit from local authority. Visitor permits also available.

General Information:

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Energy Performance Certificate: Full EPC reports are available from EstatesDirect.com Ltd upon request.

Measurements: All quoted room sizes are approximate and intended for general guidance. You are advised to verify all measurements of the property carefully.

Tenure: We understand the property is offered for sale FREEHOLD.

Fixtures and Fittings: All items not specifically mentioned within these details are to be excluded from the sale.

Services: Any mention of services/appliances within these details does not imply they are in full and efficient working order. We have not tested these or any equipment in the property.

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