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3 bedroom detached house for sale

Welland Stone, Upton Upon Severn

Removed £435,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 bedrooms
  • Detached house
  • Garage
  • Garden
  • School
  • Shops

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

A BEAUTIFULLY LOCATED 18TH CENTURY DETACHED COTTAGE IN AN IDYLLIC RURAL SETTING. THE EXTENDED LIVING ACCOMMODATION BENEFITS FROM OIL FIRED CENTRAL HEATING, DOUBLE GLAZING, GENEROUS ESTABLISHED MATURE GARDENS, OFF ROAD PARKING, GARAGE AND COMPRISES IN BRIEF; ENTRANCE PORCH, RECEPTION HALL, SITTING ROOM, BREAKFAST ROOM, DINING ROOM, FITTED KITCHEN, UTILITY ROOM, WC, MASTER BEDROOM WITH DRESSING ROOM AND EN SUITE, TWO FURTHER BEDROOMS AND FAMILY BATHROOM. ENERGY RATING 'E'.

Location & Description:
Micklefield House is situated in a wonderful rural location within the popular and much sought after hamlet of Welland Stone. The house enjoys a quiet setting in unspoiled open countryside yet is within easy reach of local amenities with the well served riverside town of Upton upon Severn being approximately three miles away where there is a full range of amenities including shops, bank, post office, two supermarkets, several public houses and eateries, doctor's surgery and schooling for all ages. Further and more extensive facilities are available in the larger cultural spa town of Great Malvern or city of Worcester both offering a comprehensive choice of amenities including shops, banks, Waitrose supermarket and other high street names as well as various leisure opportunities.

Transport communications are excellent with Junction 1 of the M50 motorway being just under 5 miles away and a mainline railway station in Great Malvern offering direct links to Worcester, Birmingham, London, Hereford and South Wales.

Micklefield House is a unique 18th century detached cottage that was once part of the Hill End Estate. The property has undergone a programme of refurbishment and extension work by the current owners since their occupation started in 1991. Set within its own generous and mature gardens the cottage benefits from off road parking, garage and out buildings and enjoy wonderful views over the surrounding farmland. The property is set back from the road behind a brick wall where a wooden pedestrian gate gives access to the reclaimed brick paved fore garden which runs across the front of the residence. The property is entered via a hard wood front door set under the pitched tile roofed storm porch which accesses the extended living accommodation offering well proportioned rooms ideal for family living and benefitting from double glazing and oil fired central heating.

Entrance Porch:
Glazed windows to front and sides, ceramic tiled floor, ceiling light point, wooden front door opening through to

Entrance Hall:
Being a welcoming environment where the stairs rise to the first floor and an under stairs recess provides useful storage. Ceiling light point, radiator, four panelled wooden door opening to the Dining Room and a beautiful stripped pine door with opaque glazed insets opens through to

Sitting Room:
5.44m (17ft 10in) x 3.68m (12ft 1in)
Being a beautiful light and airy environment enjoying triple aspect double glazed windows to front, rear and sides. The side window incorporates double glazed French doors opening to and providing views over the garden and to the blue brick side patio. The main focal point of this room is a feature exposed brick fireplace with wooden surround and mantle with a cast iron wood burning stove set onto a black brick hearth. Two ceiling light points, two radiators.

Breakfast Room:
3.28m (10ft 9in) x 2.74m (9ft 0in)
Conveniently adjacent to the kitchen, a double glazed window looks out to front aspect. Ceiling light point, radiator, double multi-panelled glazed doors opening through to the Dining Room and a feature archway opens to

Kitchen:
2.82m (9ft 3in) x 3.33m (10ft 11in)
Fitted with a range of drawer and cupboard Shaker style base units with rolled edge worktop over and matching wall units. A ceramic white sink with drainer and mixer tap is set under the double glazed window affording views over the rear garden and surrounding farm land. Space and connection point for freestanding electric cooker with Indesit cooker hood over. Tiled splash backs, ceiling light point, radiator. Quarry tiled floor flowing through into the useful pantry with wall mounted shelving. Four panelled wooden door opens to

Utility Room:
3.05m (10ft 0in) x 2.74m (9ft 0in)
A useful and versatile space offering additional cupboard, drawer and work surface space as well as having space and connection point for washing machine and full height fridge freezer. The quarry tiled flooring continues and there is floor mounted oil fired central heating boiler. Wooden and glazed external door opens to the rear garden and wooden and part opaque glazed door opens through to

WC:
Double glazed window to side fitted with a modern white low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, ceiling light point, tiled floor, wall mounted chrome heated towel rail. Loft access point.

Dining Room:
3.45m (11ft 4in) x 3.73m (12ft 3in)
A versatile space with double glazed window to front and double glazed French doors opening to the side patio. Currently used as a formal Dining Room but originally converted from the an outbuilding the structure of which can still be seen on one wall. Throughout this room there are wooden floor boards, radiator and ceiling light point.

First Floor

Landing:
A generous space with double glazed windows to front and rear overlooking the rural scene. Loft access point, ceiling light point, radiator, airing cupboard housing hot water tank with shelving over and doors open to

Dressing Room:
2.72m (8ft 11in) x 2.72m (8ft 11in)
Double glazed window to front aspect and providing space for fitted wardrobes to be installed. Ceiling light point, radiator. The room opens through to

Master Bedroom:
3.38m (11ft 1in) minimum (18' maximum) x 3.58m (11ft 9in)
A generous double bedroom enjoying dual aspect double glazed windows to front and rear. Ceiling light point, radiator, loft access point. Door opening to

En Suite:
Fitted with a modern three piece suite consisting of a white low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap, corner shower enclosure with thermostatically controlled multi-jet shower. Ceiling light point, ceiling mounted extractor point, tiled splash backs, wall mounted chrome heated towel rail.

Bedroom 2:
2.82m (9ft 3in) x 3.84m (12ft 7in)
A further dual aspect double bedroom with double glazed windows to rear and side. Coving to ceiling, ceiling light point, radiator.

Bedroom 3:
2.69m (8ft 10in) x 3.56m (11ft 8in)
Double glazed window to front, ceiling light point, radiator. This room is fitted with a range of wardrobes with hanging space and cupboards over.

Bathroom:
Double glazed window to rear aspect, fitted with a modern three piece white suite consisting of a low level WC, pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over, Victorian style rolled edged bath, separate corner shower enclosure with thermostatically controlled shower over. Ceiling light point, coving to ceiling, tiled splash backs with wall mounted chrome heated towel rail.

Outside:
Generous and well established grounds wrap around the property to all sides. A reclaimed brick pathway runs across the front of the house giving access to the blue brick patio positioned to the north west aspect while to the south west side a paved patio and stone chipped area offers potential for further seating opportunities where the pleasantries of this fantastic setting can be enjoyed. Directly to the rear of the property a lawned garden begins and offers views over the neighbouring farm land to the coppice beyond. The lawned formal gardens continue to the north east side of the property where a large lawn area is flanked to both sides by mature beds planted with a variety of shrubs interspersed with mature specimen trees all enclosed by a hedged and fenced perimeter. Within the garden there is a SUMMERHOUSE. A pedestrian gate gives access to the gravel driveway leading to the detached garage. Continuing behind the garage is a further gravel area leading enclosed by high hedged perimeter and continues to woodland narrowing to a point.

Double Garage:
4.06m (13ft 4in) x 6.65m (21ft 10in)
Up and over door to front, light and power.

SERVICES
We have been advised that mains water and electricity are connected to the property. Central heating and domestic hot water are provided by a oil fired boiler and separate immersion tank. Drainage is to a private septic tank. 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.

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
A full Energy Performance Certificate is available from the selling agent's Upton Office.

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through the Agent's Upton upon Severn office. (01684 593125)

AGENT'S NOTE
It should be noted that in 1970s bat activity was recorded at the property in the loft space.

DIRECTIONS
From the John Goodwin Upton upon Severn office proceed along the A4104 out of town for 2.4 miles after which turn left onto Lockeridge Lane (signed Welland Stone). Proceed to the T junction and turn right. After a short distance the property will be found on the right hand side of the road as indicated by the agent's For Sale board.


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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
25 August 2016

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