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Property Details

Guide Price £395,000 - SSTC | 4 Bedroom Terrace | 200 Wells Road, Malvern Wells WR14 4HB

Property Summary

A Really Interesting And Distinctive Georgian Residence Enjoying A Sheltered Hillside Setting And Offering Spacious Accommodation On Three Floors Comprising Hall, Kitchen, Conservatory, Sitting Room, Study/Music Room, Lounge, Dining Room, Four Double Bedrooms, Shower Room, Bathroom, Gas Central Heating, Double Garage, Extensive Private Off Road Parking And Garden (With An Additional Two Acres Of Land That Can Be Purchased Separately). Energy Rating 'E'.

Location & Description

Greenways enjoys a convenient location less than three miles south of Great Malvern where there is a comprehensive range of amenities including shops and banks, Waitrose supermarket, the renowned theatre and cinema complex and the Splash leisure pool and gymnasium. More local amenities are available in Malvern Wells including a nearby general stores, a Post Office, beauticians and service station. Transport communications are excellent. There is a mainline railway station in Malvern. Junction 7 of the M5 at Worcester and junction 1 of the M50 near Upton upon Severn are both within easy striking distance. The property also lies within the catchment area of some of the most highly regarded schools in the area at both primary and secondary levels and in the state and private systems. The Worcestershire Golf Course and Three Counties Showground are both less than half a mile away.

Situated on the lower slopes of the Malvern Hills the property enjoys a sheltered setting and is one of just three interesting Georgian terraced homes sharing the same entrance and driveway. Originally constructed in the mid 1700's and extended in the 1860's, Greenways occupies the middle section of these three homes and offers spacious accommodation on three floors. It retains its distinctive Georgian and Victorian facade and a number of original features, notably its sash windows. It has also played its part in creating a small piece of more modern history. In the 1970's it was the meeting place where the Ecology Party was originally founded. This was the forerunner to the Green Party whose current leader Caroline Lucas, a former pupil at Malvern Girls' College. Hence the name Greenways.

As is often the case with historic properties such as this and in particular for many of the homes scattered in the Malvern Hills, Greenways boasts a certain quirkiness in its accommodation and layout. It has all the potential and flexibility to adapt to different lifestyles and needs and offers scope for buyers to update or stamp their mark. It is an excellent family house but is equally well suited to home owners without children who need space or perhaps work from home or maybe even artists and musicians.

Approached off Wells Road along a concealed and sheltered driveway that serves two of three properties in the complex, Greenways has plenty of space to accommodate the parking of a number of vehicles, a double garage and a well established and mature garden. At the end of the formal landscaped area of the rear garden is an additional two acres of woodland and grounds that stretches into the Malvern Hills themselves. This can be purchased separately by negotiation. It provides a lovely backdrop and acts as a haven for wildlife.


Entrance Hall

Approached under a small very attractive period canopy porch with timber features. Solid entrance door, parquet floor, stairs to first floor. Door to sitting room (described later) and step up to

Kitchen - 3.91m (12ft 10in) x 3.66m (12ft 0in)

Range of floor and eye level cupboards with tiled work surfaces incorporating a single drainer stainless steel one and a half bowl sink unit. Space and plumbing for dishwasher and for gas cooker. Cupboard housing the gas fired central heating boiler, window to front and rear aspect, telephone point, central heating programmer, ceramic tiled floor, chrome ceiling mounted track supporting five downlighters, understairs pantry cupboard, sash window and part glazed door leading to

Conservatory/Garden Room - 4.42m (14ft 6in) x 2.34m (7ft 8in) max (6'6 min)

Flagstone floor, double glazed windows and doors overlooking and leading into rear garden. Glazed door to sitting room (described later). Door also to

Shower/Utility Room - 3.35m (11ft 0in) x 1.83m (6ft 0in)

Effectively a spacious wet room with fitted shower, close coupled WC, radiator, wash basin having mirror, fluorescent light and shaving point above. Heated towel rail, worktop with cupboard and plumbing for washing machine below.

Sitting Room - 4.27m (14ft 0in) x 3.1m (10ft 2in) max

Former fireplace (not in use), radiator, glazed door leading to conservatory. Handmade stained glass feature window inset. Sash window to front aspect and door to

Study/Music Room - 3.96m (13ft 0in) x 3.78m (12ft 5in) max

This could provide an alternative main entrance to the house as it has an external door leading to the front garden. Radiator, sash window to front aspect, central heating thermostat, short flight of steps leading up to large walk-in store cupboard/wardrobe 6'x 3'4 with hanging rail.

Half Landing

With steps leading up to

Bedroom 1 - 3.89m (12ft 9in) x 2.82m (9ft 3in)

This room, one of the oldest rooms in the house, is of irregular shape so average measurements only.
Former fireplace (not in use), built in wardrobe, an airing cupboard, radiator and window to front aspect and sash window to rear aspect.

Dining Room. - 4.34m (14ft 3in) x 4.09m (13ft 5in) max

An open plan landing that doubles as the dining room with stairs leading to the second floor. Fireplace with period grate (not in use), radiator and sash windows to both front and rear aspects.

Bedroom 2 - 4.19m (13ft 9in) x 3.53m (11ft 7in)

Fireplace with period grate (not in use), radiator and sash window to front aspect with magnificent view over Severn Valley.


Panelled bath, close coupled WC, pedestal wash basin, radiator and window to rear aspect.

Lounge - 4.88m (16ft 0in) x 4.57m (15ft 0in)

Another open plan room with stairwell leading up from the first floor below. Window to front aspect with view across Severn Valley and further sash window to rear aspect with view towards woodland. Elegant period fireplace with working grate and tiled inset, radiator and door leading to large walk-in cupboard 7'4 x 4'6.

Bedroom 3 - 4.17m (13ft 8in) x 3.86m (12ft 8in)

The master bedroom. Radiator, fireplace with period grate, window to front aspect overlooking Severn Valley. Access to boarded roof space with loft ladder.

Bedroom 4 - 3.15m (10ft 4in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in) max

Radiator, hand-made wooden work surface with cupboard below and shelving, window to front aspect overlooking Severn Valley. Flying bed (raised sleeping area) and access to roof space.


The property is approached off Wells Road via a concealed entrance directly opposite Green Lane, that opens on to a driveway shared with adjacent properties. The private approach to Greenways itself leads immediately to the right hand side off this shared access into a large parking area capable of accommodating several vehicles and to a

Double Garage - 5.49m (18ft 0in) x 5.49m (18ft 0in)

With twin up and over doors and an inspection pit. The driveway and garaging stands under mature conifer trees and the drive curves round to a paved full width terrace before the house itself, enclosed by well established shrubs, fenced and hedged boundaries. The main fašade of Greenways supports some impressive climbing roses. There is also a small garden SHED of timber construction 6' x 4'.
The rear garden is approached from the conservatory and is laid out on three levels with a stepped pathway linking each tier. The lowest level closest to the house consists of a short pathway leading to two underground storage/fuel bunkers. Steps continue to the next tier where there is a sheltered paved and slated gravelled seating area providing a quiet setting with mature shrubs and a silver birch tree. A path continues to another paved seating area and then opens into an informal garden with mature shrubs and roses and laid to grass from which there is a lovely view of the surrounding hillside and woodland. These is a small GREENHOUSE.

Additional Two Acres

Greenways also owns an additional two acres of hillside and woodland with direct access from the garden. A stream fed by the Holy Well runs through it. The link to the Holy Well water is reflected by several underground tanks and a large brick built underground reservoir (10m x 6m) now empty of water. Subject to separate negotiation this two acres can be purchased.
We have been advised that mains gas, electricity, water and drainage 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.

A full Energy Performance Certificate is available for the property.

We are advised (subject to legal verification) that the property is freehold.

COUNCIL TAX BAND "E" (review pending)
This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.

Strictly by appointment through the Agents Malvern office. (01684 892809).

'Intending purchasers will be required to produce identification documentation and proof of funding in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017. More information can be made available upon request'

From Great Malvern proceed south along the A449 Wells Road towards Ledbury. Continue for approximately two miles ignoring the left hand fork into Hanley Road (signed The Hanleys and Three Counties Showground). Continue for a further 400 yards where you will notice a two way junction to your left hand side leading to Green Lane. The entrance to Greenways is immediately opposite this junction on the right hand side. Pass through the entrance and immediately turn right on to the private driveway for Greenways.

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