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Guide Price £204,950 - SSTC | 2 Bedroom Detached Bungalow | Credenleigh, Cradley, Malvern WR13 5NB

Property Summary

A Traditional Detached Bungalow Enjoying A Quiet Setting In An Established Village Cul De Sac And Offering Single Storey Accommodation In Need Of Refurbishment Currently Comprising Porch, Hall, Living Room, Conservatory, Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Two Bedrooms, Bathroom, Central Heating, Double Glazing, Off Road Parking, Garage And A Private Mature Garden. Energy Rating 'E'.

Location & Description

Glaslyn enjoys a quiet setting close to the centre of the well served village of Cradley on the Herefordshire border with Worcestershire. The village itself has a local shop, doctor's surgery, dispensary, church and primary school. It is also conveniently placed for fast access to the major centres of Malvern (5 miles), Ledbury (9 miles) and the cities of Worcester (10 miles by road and local bus) and Hereford (16 miles). Junction 7 of the M5 motorway south of Worcester is just over 10 miles away and there is a mainline railway service running from the nearby villages of Colwall (5 miles) and Malvern. Cradley itself lies in the heart of unspoilt rolling countryside so this is the perfect spot for those who enjoy walking or riding. The Worcestershire Way is less than 2 miles away and the village stands in the foothills of the eight mile range of the Malvern Hills.

The property itself is a traditional single storey detached bungalow dating back to the 1970s. Though some updating has taken place during the intervening period it is acknowledged that it does now require refurbishment. However, for only limited expense it offers great scope for transformation into a lovely contemporary home.

The accommodation includes a porch, hall, living room, conservatory, kitchen/breakfast room, two bedrooms and a bathroom with WC. Central heating is provided by way of an oil fired boiler and the bungalow also has double glazed windows.

Undoubtedly one of the great strengths of Glaslyn is it setting. It is tucked away in a quiet well established residential cul de sac and enjoys a gated approach into a small very private and mature garden. Within the curtilage there is off road parking for several vehicles and a garage.

Entrance Porch

Part glazed door to

Reception Hall

Glazed window to front aspect, radiator, telephone point, access to roof space

Living Room - 4.98m (16ft 4in) x 3.6m (11ft 10in)

Fireplace with stone surround and hearth, solid fuel stove, two radiators, TV point, double glazed window to front aspect, central heating thermostat, double glazed window and door overlooking and leading into

Conservatory - 3.22m (10ft 7in) x 1.91m (6ft 3in)

Double glazed to three aspects with two double glazed doors leading into rear garden

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 3.47m (11ft 5in) x 3.17m (10ft 5in)

Floor and eye level cupboards with work surfaces and tiled surrounds, single drainer stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and for cooker. Radiator, oil fired central heating boiler, double glazed window to front aspect. Further window to side aspect and glazed door leading into garden.

Bedroom 1 - 3.62m (11ft 11in) x 3.31m (10ft 10in)

minimum excluding a full range of floor to ceiling mirrored wardrobes with hanging rails and shelving. Radiator, double glazed window to rear aspect.

Bedroom 2 - 3.31m (10ft 10in) x 3.04m (10ft 0in)

Radiator, double glazed window to rear aspect.


Panelled bath having tiled surround and shower over, close coupled WC, pedestal wash basin, radiator, mirror tiled wall, double glazed window to front aspect, built in airing cupboard.


A double gated entrance opens onto a gravelled and concrete driveway that provides secure parking for several vehicles and leads to the GARAGE which has an up and over door and separate entrance at the rear. A separate gated pedestrian access leads onto a pathway to the front door. The front garden is enclosed by fencing and hedging. A gated access to the side of the bungalow leads into the small, extremely private and fully enclosed rear garden. This consists of a series of well stocked shrub and herbaceous borders, rockeries, paved seating areas, trees and hedged boundaries giving it total privacy. Immediately behind the garage there is an oil tank, an external tap and a very useful garden store of timber construction.

We have been advised that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Heating is provided by way of an oil fired system. 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.


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

From Great Malvern proceed north along the A449 Worcester Road. After a quarter of a mile take the first turning to the left signed West Malvern and Bromyard into North Malvern Road proceeding uphill for a short distance before forking right onto Cowleigh Road. Leave the town limits proceeding through Cowleigh Woods for approximately one mile before coming to a T junction with the A4103 (Hereford to Worcester road). Turn left towards Hereford proceeding for just under a mile where just before the road rises and splits into three lanes turn left towards Bosbury into Cradley village. Continue through the village. You will come to a very sharp right hand bend. Proceed round this bend where after a short distance you will see the turn to Credenleigh on your right hand side. The gated entrance to Glaslyn is on the right almost immediately.

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