An Attractive Semi-Detached House Dating Back To The Early 1900's Enjoying A Lovely Quiet Rural Setting With Fine Views Across Adjoining Countryside And Offering Flexible Three Bedroomed Accommodation With Porch, Hall, Sitting Room, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, Shower Room, Cloakroom, Laundry, Oil Fired Central Heating, Extensive Off Road Parking (Space For Double Garage), Outbuildings And A Large Mature Garden. Energy Rating "F" No Chain.
Location & Description
2 Pewcroft Cottages is situated close to the Herefordshire border with Worcestershire less than a mile from the ancient village of Suckley with its village shop and post office, primary school and church. The city of Worcester (just over 10 miles) and the well served towns of Malvern (approximately 8 miles) and Bromyard (approximately 7 miles) are also close at hand. These centres provide a comprehensive choice of shopping and educational amenities. The banks of the River Teme are not far away and the area is renowned for its beautiful countryside so this is the perfect spot for anyone who has dogs, enjoys walking or riding.
The property itself is a traditional two storey semi-detached house originally dating back to the beginning of the 1900s. It has, of course, been the subject of improvement over the years and now offers spacious flexible accommodation. It does, however, have considerable potential for extension as it stands in a large garden with wide enough frontage for the creation of additional accommodation or indeed for the construction of a double garage if required. The garden is one of the great strengths of the house bordered as it is by open countryside across which both the house and the grounds enjoy totally unspoilt views. There are excellent parking facilities.
The accommodation includes a canopy porch, entrance hall, lounge, separate dining room, a contemporary and well fitted kitchen, laundry room, cloakroom with WC, utility room, three bedrooms and a shower room. It has oil fired central heating.
With light and double glazed UVPC door leading to
Radiator, central heating thermostat and programmer, understairs cupboard, window and stairs to first floor
Sitting Room - 3.93m (12ft 11in) x 3.52m (11ft 7in)
Fireplace with stone surround, timber mantle and tiled hearth. Radiator, TV aerial lead and bow window to front aspect with view over unspoilt countryside.
Shower Room - 2.47m (8ft 1in) x 1.66m (5ft 5in)
Part tiled and having tiled double shower cubicle, pedestal wash basin, close coupled WC, radiator and double glazed window.
Utility Cupboard - 3.79m (12ft 5in) x 1.09m (3ft 7in)
Dining Room - 3.52m (11ft 7in) x 3.01m (9ft 11in)
Oil fired Rayburn and open archway leading to
Kitchen - 3.28m (10ft 9in) x 3.06m (10ft 0in)
Range of contemporary floor and eye level cupboards with extensive work surfaces, fitted drawers and tiled surrounds. One and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap. Space for fridge and for cooker, quarry tiled flooring, two double glazed windows to rear aspect and part glazed door to
Laundry Room - 2.26m (7ft 5in) x 1.56m (5ft 1in)
Quarry tiled floor, space and plumbing for washing machine and for tumble dryer. Oil fired central heating boiler, double wall cupboard, double glazed door to garden. Door also to
Close coupled WC, radiator, wash basin, quarry tiled floor and double glazed window.
Radiator, access to roof space, window to front aspect (with view over countryside). Large walk in airing cupboard with copper cylinder, immersion heater and slatted shelving.
Bedroom 1 - 3.92m (12ft 10in) x 3.53m (11ft 7in) (minimum 3.10m)
Radiator, window to front aspect with fine view over countryside.
Bedroom 2 - 4.06m (13ft 4in) x 2.49m (8ft 2in)
Radiator, window to side aspect with view over countryside.
Bedroom 3 - 3.52m (11ft 7in) (minimum 3.11m) x 2.99m (9ft 10in)
Radiator, window to rear aspect with view over countryside.
The property has a wide frontage with a driveway that is capable of providing parking for numerous vehicles and for accommodating a double garage (subject of course to planning consent). The driveway itself is flanked by lawns with mature shrubs, hedged and fenced boundaries. A gated entrance leads onto a level concrete yard (where there is an external light and tap) and off which there is a STORE (8ft x 4ft) of timber construction. A paved pathway leads to a raised paved patio/seating area from which there are views across the garden to countryside beyond. The rear garden itself consists of a large area of lawn with mature shrubs and trees (including several fruit trees) enclosed by post and wire fencing. There are a range of outbuildings including a former brick built PIG STY (10 ft x 6ft), a GARDEN STORE (10ft x 6ft) of timber construction, two GREENHOUSES and two CHICKEN SHEDS. There is also a raised platform of timber decking for seating and a former vegetable garden.
We have been advised that mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Drainage is to a private septic tank. Central heating is provided by 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.
COUNCIL TAX BAND "D"
This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.
ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE
A full Energy Performance Certificate is available for the property.
Strictly by appointment through the Agents Malvern office 01684 892809.
From the agents office in Great Malvern proceed north along the A449 Worcester Road before forking left onto North Malvern Road. After a further 300 yards fork right onto Cowleigh Road. Continue out of town for approximately a mile to the junction of the A4103 Hereford to Worcester Road. Turn left and after no more than 200 yards opposite a church, turn right (signed Birchwood). Follow this narrow road for approximately 2.30 miles to a junction in the village of Longley Green. Turn left (signed Acton Beauchamp) and continue for a further mile to a staggered crossroads ignoring the left turn to Malvern and instead taking the right turn signed Suckley Church. Continue for a further 1.10 miles (past Suckley Church and Holloways Garden Centre). Continue past the next cross roads following signs to Knightwick and Worcester. After approximately another quarter of a mile 2 Pewcroft Cottages can be seen on the left hand side.
Proceed west along the A44 (towards Bromyard and Leominster) for approximately 9 miles. After passing over the River Teme at Knightwick, turn left (signed Suckley). Follow this route towards the village for approximately 2 miles where 2 Pewcroft Cottages will be seen on the right hand side.