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Property Details

Guide Price £485,000 - Sold | 5 Bedroom Semi-Detached | 22 Carlton Road, Malvern WR14 1HH

Property Summary

A Beautifully Presented Semi Detached Edwardian House In One Of Malvern's Premier Residential Locations Offering Beautifully Refurbished And Generous Four Storey Accommodation With Gas Fired Central Heating, Porch, Hall, Lounge, A Superbly Designed And Beautifully Equipped Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Dining Room, Cellar, Master Bedroom With New En-Suite Shower Room, Four Further Bedrooms, Family Bathroom With New Suite, Attic Room, Storeroom, Private Off Road Parking, Workshop/Store And Mature South Facing Garden. Energy Rating "D"

Location & Description

22 Carlton Road enjoys a convenient position less than a mile from the centre of the cultural and historic spa town of Great Malvern where there is a comprehensive choice of amenities including shops and banks, Waitrose supermarket, the renowned theatre and cinema complex, the Splash leisure pool and gymnasium and Manor Park Tennis and Sports Centre. Less than half a mile away is the well served community of Malvern Link where there are further shops, banks, and supermarkets. Malvern Link common is only about five minutes away on foot. Transport communications are excellent. There is a mainline railway station within five minutes walking distance and Junction 7 of the M5 motorway south of Worcester is only about seven miles. The area is well served by a wide choice of schools in both the private and state sectors including Dyson Perrins secondary, Malvern College and Malvern St James Girls' School.
The house was originally constructed in the early 1900's and is one of a pair of striking Edwardian homes with distinctive half timbered fašades. Immediately adjacent to the property in Albert Park Road and Somers Road there are six pairs of houses with a similar 'Arts and Crafts' design believed to have been inspired by Charles Voysey, one of Britain's renowned architects of the time. Some original features remain including windows virtually throughout, tessellated quarry tiled flooring in the porch and hall, attractive cornicing to ceilings and much of its original joinery.
The spacious four storey accommodation has been the subject of an imaginative programme of refurbishment in 2016 by the current owners. This has not only involved the reshaping and designing of some of the principal rooms (notably the kitchen and bathrooms) but has included the installation of new plumbing and heating systems and redecoration virtually throughout. The result is a home that essentially retains its character and history but which also has a very contemporary feel about it. Some features are worthy of special mention. These include a new gas fired central heating system supplemented by underfloor heating in the kitchen and en-suite shower room, the complete transformation of the kitchen which is undoubtedly the main focal point of the property, the addition of a new utility room, the creation of a new en-suite shower room to the master bedroom and the redesigning and fitting of the principal bathroom.
On the ground floor a classic Victorian entrance porch and reception hall lead to an elegant lounge, separate dining room and to the fine open plan kitchen/breakfast room with its comprehensive range of newly fitted floor and eye level cupboards and an island unit. From the kitchen there is direct access into the rear garden and to the newly added utility room. At first floor level a landing leads to a particularly striking master bedroom with its new en-suite shower room. Also on this floor are two further bedrooms (one of which is currently used as a study) and to a brand new well equipped family bathroom (with bath, shower cubicle and WC). The original Edwardian staircase continues to the second floor where there are two further bedrooms and to a storeroom and useful attic room which potentially could be converted into additional living quarters. From the ground floor hall steps also lead down to two useful cellars.
An attractive gated entrance leads on to a driveway capable of accommodating at least three vehicles. The property stands in a mature private garden which to the rear is south facing and enjoys a view towards the Malvern Hills. Alongside the house there is a large workshop/store. There is also a Fibre optic broadband connection.
GROUND FLOOR

Vestibule/Entrance Porch

Entered via a pair of original timber doors with window to side aspect, original tessellated Edwardian tiled floor, matwell and leaded glazed inner door leading to

Reception Hall.

Radiator, original Edwardian tessellated tiled floor, picture rail, very attractive staircase with original banisters and 'Arts & Crafts' style spindles leading to first floor and part glazed door leading to basement and cellar (described later).

Lounge - 5.36m (17ft 7in) x 4.83m (15ft 10in) max

Into an attractive bay window with aspect across the front garden. Radiator, two further windows to side and front aspects, picture rail, cornicing to ceiling, ceiling rose, attractive archway, TV point, new Real effect flame electric fire with integrated mantelpiece. Deep level skirting boards. Oak effect laminate flooring.

Dining Room. - 3.45m (11ft 4in) x 3.3m (10ft 10in)

Radiator, oak laminate flooring, window to side aspect, ceiling rose, chimney recess, built in cupboard with three drawers below and door leading to LARDER with quarry tiled floor.

Kitchen/Breakfast Room. - 5.61m (18ft 5in) x 5.13m (16ft 10in) max

A completely redesigned and reshaped contemporary kitchen with a fine range of floor and eye level cupboards having underlighting having attractive oak worktops and tiled surrounds, Butler sink with Edwardian style taps and granite surround, Chimney recess with downlighting and tiled splashbacks. Integrated DISHWASHER, ceiling downlighting with dimmer switches supplemented by three pendant lights, three radiators, attractive original bay window and glazed door leading into south facing rear garden, Italian ceramic tiled flooring, underfloor heating, glazed door leading to driveway. Large island unit having fitted cupboards below, granite worktop, electric sockets, integrated double refuse bin and fitted breakfast bar. There is a linking door to the dining room (described earlier) and further door to the

Utility Room. - 1.93m (6ft 4in) x 1.42m (4ft 8in)

Floor and eye level cupboards with Oak timber worktop, single drainer stainless steel sink, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, gas fired central heating boiler, ceramic tiled floor and window.

Cellar

Divided into two separate sections (each measuring 7'7 x 5'3). This cellar has power and lighting connected. Built in work bench.
FIRST FLOOR

Landing

Cornicing to ceiling with attractive architraves. Picture rail, built in airing cupboard having pressurised cylinder and slatted shelving, central heating thermostat and oak laminate flooring. Stairs leading to second floor.

Bedroom 1 - 5.69m (18ft 8in) x 3.96m (13ft 0in)

An impressive room with two radiators, several windows overlooking the front garden. One of these is an Oriel style window that gives the house its distinctive appearance. Fireplace with timber surround, mantle, feature cast iron grate and tiled inset. Picture rail and cornicing to ceiling. Centre rose and door to

En-Suite Shower Room - 3.48m (11ft 5in) x 2.13m (7ft 0in)

A newly created room with a large tiled shower cubicle having glass sliding entrance door, pedestal Edwardian style wash basin with towel rail and light above, close coupled WC, radiator, heated towel rail, ceiling downlighting, dimmer switch, picture rail and cornicing, porcelain floor tiles with underfloor heating, window to side aspect.

Bedroom 2 - 3.48m (11ft 5in) x 2.67m (8ft 9in)

Currently in use as a study. Radiator, picture rail, cornicing to ceiling, built in cupboard, oak laminate flooring, window to side aspect. Telephone point.

Bedroom 3 - 3.68m (12ft 1in) x 3.45m (11ft 4in)

Radiator, picture rail, cornicing to ceiling, ceiling rose, former fireplace (sealed) with mantle and surround and window to rear aspect enjoying south facing view towards the Malvern Hills.

Bathroom - 4.44m (14ft 7in) x 1.85m (6ft 1in)

As with the en-suite shower room this bathroom has been completely redesigned and equipped with a free standing claw and ball bath, large tiled shower cubicle with Porcelanosa tiles, Edwardian pedestal wash basin with towel rail and light above, close coupled WC, porcelain floor tiles, heated towel rail, three windows to side aspect.
SECOND FLOOR

Landing.

With glazed roof dome above providing excellent natural lighting. Oak effect flooring.

Bedroom 4 - 4.44m (14ft 7in) x 4.27m (14ft 0in)

Radiator. Window to rear aspect with south facing view towards Malvern Hills.

Bedroom 5 - 4.57m (15ft 0in) x 2.44m (8ft 0in)

Radiator, Edwardian style fireplace, window to side aspect enjoying view of hills. Pedestal wash basin, under eaves cupboard.

Storeroom - 2.08m (6ft 10in) x 1.68m (5ft 6in)

With fitted shelving.

Attic Room - 4.37m (14ft 4in) x 3.96m (13ft 0in)

These are maximum measurements as this room has sloping ceilings. It also has a light.

Outside

A brick pillared and gated entrance opens on to a driveway capable of accommodating at least three cars. The front garden is mainly laid to lawn with an impressive mature apple tree enclosed by raised stone edged rockeries and borders, mature shrubs and fruit trees. The boundaries are hedged and fenced. The driveway leads via the side of the property to a WORKSHOP/STORE 15' x 5' of timber construction. A pathway from the drive leads into the south facing rear garden which has been cleared ready for landscaping and offers great scope for any keen gardener. It is enclosed by hedging and a new fence with mature pear tree.
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.

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

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

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

DIRECTIONS
From the Agent's office in Great Malvern proceed north along the A449 Worcester Road. After approximately quarter of a mile at the first set of lights at Link Top continue straight on bearing right downhill with Malvern Link common on your right hand side. Continue through the next set of lights. After a further 100 yards turn left into Albert Park Road. Follow this route for a short distance taking the third turn to the left into Carlton Road where Dunford will be seen almost immediately on the left hand side.

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