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Property Details

Guide Price £499,950 | 4 Bedroom Detached | Wilton Road, Malvern WR14 3RL

Property Summary

An Elegant And Imaginatively Refurbished Detached Victorian House In One Of Malverns Premier Residential Areas Offering Beautifully Presented Contemporary Accommodation With Gas Central Heating, Hall, Sitting Room, Lounge/Dining Room, Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, Office/Study, Four Bedrooms (Master With En-Suite Shower Room), Family Bathroom, Off Road Parking, Small Garage And Courtyard Garden. Energy Rating "D"

Location & Description

6 Wilton Road enjoys a convenient cul-de-sac location in one of Malvern's most highly regarded residential areas only about two minutes walk on foot from the bustling centre of Barnards Green and less than fifteen minutes on foot from Great Malvern town centre. It is therefore within immediate reach of a fine range of amenities including shops and banks, post offices, Waitrose and Co-op supermarkets, restaurants and takeaways, the renowned theatre and cinema complex, Malvern St James' Gym and the Manor Park Tennis & Sports centre. The property falls within the catchment area of several excellent schools at both primary and secondary levels in both the state and private sectors including The Chase in Barnards Green, Malvern College and Malvern St James Girls' School (which is only a hundred yards away). Transport communications are good. Great Malvern railway station is less than ten minutes on foot and junction 7 of the M5 motorway at Worcester is about eight miles.

The property itself is an impressive and very spacious four storey detached Victorian house. It was originally built by a local tea merchant and during its early years operated as a small shop with the tea being sorted and graded on the top floor. However, in more recent times it has been the subject of a complete refurbishment. The current owner, an architect, has treated this transformation as a labour of love. The end result is a fine home that cleverly blends its original Victorian architecture with more contemporary features and ideas.

These include the installation of a gas fired central heating system, supplemented by underfloor heating in the breakfast room and second floor shower room, partial double glazing, the conversion of the lower ground floor into a study/office and the use of attractive natural oak joinery to floors and staircases. Many of the original rooms have also been reshaped and opened up to introduce a feeling of light and space.

On the ground floor an attractive hall leads to a sitting room, a large lounge/dining room, an open plan kitchen/breakfast room, utility/laundry room and cloakroom with WC. Stairs from the hall lead down to lower ground floor level where the original basement was converted into an office or study that can occasionally double as a bedroom when necessary. On the first floor a generous landing leads to three bedrooms (one of which has its own en-suite WC) and to a very large contemporary bathroom with shower and WC. The most recent change is to be found on the second floor where the original roof space (former sorting room for tea) has only this year been converted into a master bedroom (currently doubling as an office) with its own newly installed en-suite shower/wetroom. From this room there are views over the rooftops of Malvern towards the hills and Severn Valley.

Outside there is off road parking for a vehicle and a small garage mainly used for storage. At the rear of the building there is a small courtyard garden.


Reception Hall

Part glazed front door with windows to each side. Attractive contemporary quarry tiled flooring, built in cloaks cupboard with large oak framed mirrored door. Two radiators, coving, ceiling mounted track supporting three downlighters, smoke alarm, stairs leading to both first and lower ground floors. Glazed door to rear leading to external decking/seating area.

Sitting Room - 4.57m (15ft 0in) x 3m (9ft 10in) max

Into the elegant sash bay window to front aspect. Two radiators, coving to ceiling, three wall light points.

Lounge/Dining Room - 7.62m (25ft 0in) x 3.1m (10ft 2in) max

Approached via a pair of large glazed double doors from the reception hall. This open plan room can be divided into a separate lounge and dining room as there is a central archway. Woodblock flooring, coving to ceiling, two radiators, large four panelled window to front aspect, pair of original glazed doors leading outside to a sheltered seating area. Two sets of ceiling mounted tracks each supporting three downlighters.

Open Plan Kitchen/Breakfast Ro - 6.35m (20ft 10in) x 2.97m (9ft 9in) increasing to 11'3 at one end

Bespoke floor and eye level cupboards including twin bowl single drainer sink with mixer tap, extensive granite worksurfaces and tiled surrounds. Smeg RANGE with six ring gas HOB and electric double OVEN. Stainless steel extractor canopy. Ceiling downlighting, window to side aspect and attractive timber flooring continuing to the breakfast area (11'7 x 7'8) extended by the addition of a large glazed bay window and quarry tiled floor leading outside. Further glazed doors lead to external seating area, two wall light points. Door leading to

Utility Room/Laundry - 3.58m (11ft 9in) x 2.51m (8ft 3in) tapering to 4'9 at one end.

Floor and eye level cupboards, worksurfaces, single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap, space and plumbing for washing machine and dishwasher, ceramic tiled flooring, door leading to external seating area, window. Door leading to


Close coupled WC, ceramic tiled floor, pedestal wash basin, electric radiator, small window and shelving.

Office/Bedroom - 3.81m (12ft 6in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in)

This is the original basement to the house more recently converted into living quarters. Junkers solid oak floor. Velux window to front aspect.


Radiator, shuttered sash window to front aspect, smoke alarm, ceiling mounted track supporting three downlighters, central heating thermostat, attractive American Oak staircase leading to second floor, mirrored door leading to built in wardrobe.

Bedroom 1 - 3.96m (13ft 0in) x 3.17m (10ft 5in)

Radiator, shuttered sash window to front aspect.

Bedroom 2 - 3.91m (12ft 10in) x 2.67m (8ft 9in)

Two radiators, fitted wardrobe with hanging rail and shelving. Double glazed window to side aspect, further shuttered sash window to front aspect.

Bedroom 3 - 3.66m (12ft 0in) x 3.12m (10ft 3in)

Radiator, sash window to rear aspect and door leading to

En-Suite WC

Close coupled suite, wash basin, shaver point and sash window to rear aspect.

Bathroom - 5.28m (17ft 4in) x 2.13m (7ft 0in) tapering to 5' at one end.

Timber cladding to all walls, large double tiled shower cubicle with glass door and shower screen. Pedestal wash basin, radiator, panelled bath with telephone style shower tap, close coupled WC with its own wash basin alongside. Built in medicine cabinet, sash window enjoying view over rooftops to hills. Further smaller window. Door leading to walk-in airing cupboard with pressurised "Megaflo" hot water cylinder, shelving, central heating programmer and window.

Bedroom 4 - 4.57m (15ft 0in) x 3.96m (13ft 0in) max (restricted headroom)

Effectively a master bedroom with its own en-suite shower room, three large double glazed Velux windows overlooking the rooftops of Malvern to the hills and Severn Valley in the distance. Further shuttered double glazed window to front aspect, undereaves storage and walk-in wardrobe.

En-Suite Shower Room

Newly installed suite comprising tiled shower cubicle with glass screen and entrance door, circular wash basin, close coupled WC, bidet, heated towel rail, extractor fan and underfloor heating.


The attractive front garden is designed to keep maintenance to a minimum but also to create a pleasant approach. It is fully enclosed by railings with a gate leading onto a quarry tiled pathway to the front door. The garden itself consists of a large shrub border and three very distinctive Jacquemontii Birch trees. Quarry tiled paving completes the picture. To the side of the house a short concrete driveway provides off road parking for one car and leads to a small

Garage - 5.49m (18ft 0in) x 2.26m (7ft 5in) (increasing to 9'5 at one end)

With power and lighting connected. Window and door leading into the rear garden/courtyard. This is extremely private and sheltered enclosed as it is by high walls and fencing. It is mainly laid to a brick base with raised planters, shrub borders, mature trees and climbers. A set of steps leads to the breakfast room. From the front garden there is a separate pedestrian access to the other side of the property where a gate opens on to a fully enclosed sheltered decked seating area which provides access to the hall, breakfast room, lounge and utility room. At strategic points there is external lighting and outside taps.
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.

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

This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.

An Energy Performance Certificate is available for this property.

'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'

Strictly by appointment through the Agent's Malvern office. (01684 892809).

From Great Malvern town centre at the traffic lights with the junction of Graham Road and Church Street proceed downhill towards Barnards Green. Follow this road to the bottom of Church Street where it bears to the right into Barnards Green Road. Continue past Malvern St James Girls' School and gym. Wilton Road can be seen on the left hand side after a short distance and before reaching Barnards Green itself. Number 6 is on the right hand side.

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