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Property Details

Guide Price £575,000 - SSTC | 5 Bedroom Detached | Eaton Road, Malvern Wells WR14 4PE

Property Summary

A Striking And Unique Detached House Enjoying An Elevated Hillside Setting Backing On To Woodland With Wonderful Views Across The Severn Valley And Offering Imaginatively Refurbished Five Bedroomed Accommodation On Three Levels Including A Reception Hall, Shower/Wet Room, An Impressive Dining Hall, Well Equipped And Recently Refitted Kitchen, Sitting Room, Lounge/Family Room With Balcony, Five Bedrooms, En- Suite Shower Room, Family Bathroom, Gas Fired Central Heating, Double Glazing, Off Road Parking, A Large Mature Tiered And Landscaped Garden And An Adjacent Woodland Clearing. Energy Rated "D"

Location & Description

The Brink enjoys a convenient position only a mile from the cultural and historic spa town of Great Malvern where there is an excellent range of amenities including shops and banks, Waitrose supermarket, the renowned theatre and cinema complex and the Splash leisure pool and gymnasium. Transport communications are also well catered for. Great Malvern railway station is less than two miles away. Junction 7 of the M5 motorway at Worcester and Junction 1 of the M50 at Upton upon Severn are only ten miles. The property is also handily placed for some of the best schools in the region including The Wyche Primary, The Chase Secondary, Malvern College and Malvern St James all of which are close at hand.

The Brink is situated on the upper eastern slopes of the Malvern Hills and from its commanding position the property enjoys fantastic views across the Severn Valley below. It enjoys a semi woodland setting and even has the added advantage of ownership of an additional woodland clearing as well as access to the network of walks, bridleways and footpaths that criss-cross the hills themselves.

Originally built in the 1950's, the property has been transformed in recent years and imaginatively reshaped and designed to provide spacious and very contemporary accommodation some of it with an open plan layout particularly at ground floor level. There are a number of noteworthy features. The most striking of these is undoubtedly the emphasis on natural joinery particularly to floors and windows, internal doors, bedroom furniture and to the staircase which provides an interesting focal point. The property has been designed so all of the principal rooms enjoy views over the Severn Valley.

Offered with gas fired central heating and double glazing the accommodation includes an impressive entrance hall where there is also a large double bedroom, shower/wet room and a large open plan dining hall off which there is a refitted kitchen completed in December 2017, lounge/family room and separate sitting room which with its large bay window commands a fine view across the Severn Valley. From the lounge there is direct access on to a raised balcony. At first floor level there are four bedrooms, the principal one of which has a full range of interestingly shaped fitted wardrobes and furnishings and an en-suite shower room. There is also a separate family bathroom. At basement level there is a recently converted study/office with a separate WC.

Outside there is off road parking for one vehicle. The mature garden has recently been well thought out and has been designed on four tiers to create level areas for seating and enjoying the fine views. Apart from the good size garden there is on the opposite side of Eaton Road an additional area of former woodland which has been cleared and belongs to The Brink. This amounts to approximately one fifth of an acre.

From the driveway a gated pedestrian slate path leads to the front door and side terrace with steps descending to the garden.

GROUND FLOOR

Reception Hall - 3.35m (11ft 0in) max x 3.02m (9ft 11in) max

Providing a very attractive entrance to the house and having ceramic tiled flooring with underfloor heating, eight downlighters supplemented by glazed roof panels and two further floor to ceiling windows to each side of the main entrance door. Large walk in cloaks cupboard 5'3 x 3'5. Doors to bedroom five and to dining hall (both described later). Door also to

Shower/Wet Room

This area services the ground floor rooms. Refitted with a modern white suite comprising of a vanity wash hand basin with mixer tap and cupboard under, close coupled WC and large walk in shower cubicle. Complementary tiling to both walls and seven downlighters supplemented by overhead glazed rooflight. Underfloor heating, extractor fan.

Dining Hall - 8.84m (29ft 0in) max to window & stairs recess x 2.79m (9ft 2in)

A particularly striking room and the hub of the house. Under the carpet is a timber floor that runs throughout much of this level of the house. Two radiators, lovely maple spiral staircase rises to first floor, fitted open book shelving acting as a divider to the sitting room in matching wood, large open plan space allowing access to the kitchen and sitting room. Understairs workstation/study area. Four wall light points, built in and useful storage cupboard. Double glazed windows and double glazed doors lead to the side terrace. Door to lounge/family room.

Refitted Kitchen - 3.76m (12ft 4in) x 3.33m (10ft 11in)

The kitchen was refitted in December 2017 and comprises of a range of cream fronted drawer and cupboard base units with oak worktop over. Matching wall units with under cabinet lighting incorporating display cabinets with downlighters and drawers. A twin bowl ceramic sink is sunk into the worktop and sits beneath the double glazed window which enjoys splendid views. Very well equipped high end integrated appliances include a DISHWASHER, separate full height FRIDGE and FREEZER and WASHING MACHINE. Space for tumble dryer or additional kitchen white good. There is also space and connection for a range cooker which is available by separate negotiation. LED downlighters.

Sitting Room.. - 5.16m (16ft 11in) x 4.67m (15ft 4in) max into bay window

A most impressive wide curved bay window which enjoys a fabulous eastern views across the Severn Valley. This again is a striking room, the focal point of which is an attractive Jotul woodburner standing on a black marble hearth. Double glazed window to side aspect, two radiators, timber flooring under the carpet, four wall light points and open book shelving acting as divider to dining hall.

Lounge/Family Room - 5.46m (17ft 11in) x 3.66m (12ft 0in)

Positioned to the Southern aspect of the house and having two radiators, ceiling light point, two double glazed windows and double glazed doors leading outside on to a

Balcony/Terrace

With slate floor, wood and glazed screening making for a fine seating area where the pleasantries of this fabulous setting can be enjoyed.

Bedroom 5 - 3.15m (10ft 4in) x 5.44m (17ft 10in)

Generous and versatile space currently being used as a double bedroom. Enjoying dual aspect windows, ceiling light point, underfloor heating. Loft access point.

FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Having radiator, undereaves storage, six downlighters and Cherry Maple wooden flooring that extends throughout all the rooms at this level. Doors open through to

Bedroom 1 - 5.28m (17ft 4in) max into limited headroom x 3.02m (9ft 11in)

(12'7 minimum) Another impressive room with vaulted ceiling and full range of bespoke fitted furniture including three large wardrobes with shaped curved doors and a central shelved bed head with reading lights above. A matching bed and ottoman is available by separate negotiation. Two large double glazed Velux windows overlooking Severn Valley, further double glazed window to side aspect with view of hills. Central heating radiator, loft hatch giving access to the boarded loft. Door leading to

En-Suite Shower Room

Fully tiled floor and walls and having large shower cubicle, low level WC, wash basin, two downlighters and tiled floor. Wall mounted chrome heated towel rail, extractor fan.

Bedroom 2 - 3.15m (10ft 4in) max into dormer x 2.87m (9ft 5in) max

L shaped so maximum measurements only. Radiator, built in double wardrobe and bookshelves. Double glazed dormer window overlooking Severn Valley. Ceiling light point, wood flooring.

Bedroom 3 - 3.66m (12ft 0in) x 3.15m (10ft 4in) max into limited headroom

Having large double glazed Velux window to rear aspect with view over Severn Valley and double glazed window to side aspect. Ceiling light point, radiator, wood flooring.

Bedroom 4 - 3.63m (11ft 11in) x 3.23m (10ft 7in) max into limited headroom

Having radiator, double glazed window to side aspect and Velux window overlooking the garden looking up to the hills. Ceiling light point, wood flooring.

Bathroom

Half tiled and having corner spa bath with mixer tap and shower head fitment, vanity wash basin with cupboards and drawers below. Low level WC, extractor fan, LED downlighters and Velux window.

Note

It should be noted that some of the principal rooms at first floor level have sloping ceilings so the measurements given are maximum.

Basement Level

Below the house and externally accessed via the garden there is a

Study/Office - 2.57m (8ft 5in) x 2.08m (6ft 10in)

Recently refurbished offering a useful and versatile space currently being used as an office. Downlighters, Radiator, gas fired central heating boiler enclosed in a wooden cupboard. Built in glazed cabinet with shelves and cupboard below. Door to the SEPARATE WC and sink with double glazed window.

Outside

From Eaton Road there is a short driveway providing off road parking.

The garden which has been recently landscaped lies principally to the side and rear of the house and is laid out to a network of connecting gravel, paved and brick paviour pathways. These meander through the grounds flanked by well established and mature shrub borders, some impressive conifer trees, large rockeries displaying colour throughout the year. They lead to separately themed and landscaped terraces which are set aside for lawns and seating. Within the garden there is a lovely oak framed pagoda with wooden shingled roof and a fireplace with chimney. Immediately adjacent to the house there is paved terracing designed to provide seating and from which there are fine views across the Severn Valley. Throughout the garden there is secure fencing separating the tiers as well as power sockets, water taps and light points. There are two recently erected Dutch Barn sheds on a decking base which are available by separate negotiation.

Just opposite the house there is an additional area of hillside amounting to approximately one fifth of an acre which also belongs to The Brink. This area has been cleared and now easier to maintain.

SERVICES
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.

COUNCIL TAX BAND "E"
Potential purchasers are advised to check with Malvern Hills District Council.

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

ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
An Energy Performance Certificate is available for this property.

MONEY LAUNDERING ACT
'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'

VIEWING
Strictly by appointment through the Agents Malvern office. 01684 892809.

DIRECTIONS
From the agents office in Great Malvern proceed south along the A449 Wells Road towards Ledbury for just under a mile (passing Peachfield Common and about 300 yards after the Railway Inn). The fork to Eaton Road is on the right hand side. Follow the road to its very end where opposite a turning area you will see the garage belonging to The Brink facing you.

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