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Property Details

Guide Price £369,500 - SSTC | 3 Bedroom Detached Bungalow | Knightwick Road, Alfrick, Worcester WR6 5HX

Property Summary

A Very Spacious Detached Village Bungalow Offering Generous Recently Extended And Fully Refurbished Accommodation With Central Heating, Double Glazing, Hall, Lounge, Sitting Room, Well Equipped Kitchen, Breakfast Room, Three Bedrooms, En-Suite Shower Room, Bathroom, Off Road Parking, Landscaped Garden And Views Across Countryside. Energy Rating "D" No Chain

Location & Description

The Alamo enjoys a quiet setting in the centre of the charming west Worcestershire village of Alfrick, approximately six miles from Great Malvern, eight miles from the city of Worcester and seven miles from Bromyard. The village itself has a community hall, a charming church and shop, the Fox Inn at nearby Lulsley and two nature/wildlife reserves. There are also local bus services laid on to provide access to local primary schools at Suckley and Leigh Sinton and secondary schools in Malvern and Worcester. Transport communications are good. Junction 7 of the M5 motorway, south of Worcester is within reasonable striking distance and there are mainline railway stations in both Great Malvern and Worcester. The village is not only surrounded by the two nature reserves referred to earlier but also by some of the most beautiful and unspoilt countryside. It is the perfect spot for anyone who enjoys walking or riding.
The property itself is a traditional detached single storey bungalow originally constructed in the early 1970's. It has recently been the subject of substantial extension and complete renovation by the current owners who have transformed it into a beautifully presented contemporary home. The result is an extremely versatile well appointed property with a number of extra features including oil fired central heating, double glazing, attractive oak laminate flooring and fitted carpets. The accommodation itself includes an entrance porch, reception hall, an impressive lounge (with bi-fold doors opening into the rear garden) an extremely well equipped kitchen, separate breakfast room, a sitting room with multi-fuel burner, three bedrooms (the master bedroom has its own en-suite shower room) and a family bathroom with shower and WC.
Outside The Alamo enjoys a pleasant approach over a brick and gravel driveway that provides private parking for at least four vehicles. The garden is another attractive feature particularly to the rear where it enjoys an unspoilt outlook across countryside.

Entrance Porch

Light, quarry tiled floor, UPVC double glazed window and door leading to

Reception Hall - 4.04m (13ft 3in) x 1.52m (5ft 0in) max (8'7)

Attractive laminate oak effect flooring, radiator, central heating thermostat and access to part boarded and insulated roof space. Doors from the hall lead directly to the master bedroom, the family bathroom and to bedroom two (all described later).

Breakfast Room - 3.15m (10ft 4in) x 3.1m (10ft 2in)

Open plan to the kitchen and sitting room (both described later) and having laminate oak effect flooring and a range of fitted floor and eye level cupboards with extensive work surfaces, fitted drawers, integrated herb rack and breakfast bar. Double glazed window and door overlooking and leading into rear garden. Pair of glazed doors leading into

Dining/Sitting Room - 4.83m (15ft 10in) x 3.3m (10ft 10in)

Fireplace with timber mantle and surround, brick inset and stone hearth supporting multi-fuel stove. Two wall light points, radiator and double glazed window to front aspect.

Kitchen - 3.53m (11ft 7in) x 2.82m (9ft 3in)

Completely redesigned and reshaped this contemporary kitchen has a comprehensive range of floor and eye level cupboards with extensive work surfaces and tiled surrounds which incorporate a one and a half bowl single drainer stainless steel sink with mixer tap. There is also a range of integrated white goods which can be purchased subject to negotiation. These include a dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, American style fridge freezer, glass stainless steel extractor canopy above a Belling electric range with five ring hob and three ovens. Ceiling downlighting, laminate oak effect flooring and double glazed window to rear aspect. Glazed doors leading to

Lounge - 5.97m (19ft 7in) x 3.89m (12ft 9in)

Part of a more recent extension. The focal point of this large room is a fireplace with marble surround, mantle and hearth and coal effect electric fire. It also has two radiators and a set of double glazed UPVC bi-fold doors (11' in width) which fully retract to link to the decked terrace and garden beyond.

Bedroom 3 - 3.25m (10ft 8in) x 3.05m (10ft 0in)

Radiator and double glazed window to front aspect.

Master Bedroom Suite - 7.09m (23ft 3in) x 2.84m (9ft 4in)

Maximum overall measurements but individually described as follows

Dressing Room - 2.92m (9ft 7in) x 2.26m (7ft 5in) max

Range of mirrored wardrobes, radiator and archway leading to

Bedroom 1 - 3.66m (12ft 0in) x 2.84m (9ft 4in)

Radiator, double glazed window and door overlooking and leading to rear garden. Door also to

En-Suite Shower Room

Large tiled shower cubicle, close coupled WC, vanity wash basin with cupboards below and work surfaces to each side. Mirror above and fluorescent shaving light. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail and double glazed window to rear aspect.

Bedroom 2 - 3.51m (11ft 6in) x 3.35m (11ft 0in)

Radiator and double glazed window to front aspect.

Bathroom

Fully tiled and having a contemporary suite comprising panelled "shower" bath with shower over and glass shower screen, close coupled WC, vanity wash basin with cupboards below, worksurfaces to each side and large mirror above. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail, ceramic tiled floor, shaver point and double glazed window to rear aspect.

Outside

A block paviour and gravel driveway provides private off road parking for at least four vehicles. This area is enclosed by fenced and hedged boundaries with a paved and gravel path/seating area leading to the front of the bungalow enclosed by hedging and mature shrubs. A further gated entrance leads to the main lawned front garden with mature shrubs and trees and a hedged boundary to the road. A gravel and paved pathway to each side of the bungalow provides direct access into the rear garden. From the driveway a gated entrance leads to a sheltered paved and gravelled area that provides space for the oil tank and the storage of bins etc. The rear garden is mainly laid to lawn with a paved seating area and decked terrace as well as a variety of well established shrubs and trees, hedged and fenced boundaries. The focal point of the rear garden is an extremely impressive protected Oak tree. At the far end of the garden there is a vegetable section and a small SHED 6' x 4' of timber construction. Within the curtilage there are a number of young fruit trees as well as external lighting and an outside tap. From the rear garden there are views across adjacent open countryside.
SERVICES
We have been advised that mains electricity, water and drainage are connected to the property. Central heating is provided by way of an oil fired boiler. 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 "D"
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 Agents Malvern office. 01684 892809.

DIRECTIONS
From Great Malvern proceed north along the A449 Worcester Road towards Malvern Link. After about quarter of a mile, at the first set of traffic lights at Link Top, turn left and immediately bear right following the signs to Leigh Sinton into Newtown Road. Follow this route for just over a mile leaving the town limits and continuing on into the village of Leigh Sinton. At the junction with the A4103 Worcester to Hereford road turn left towards Hereford. After a short distance take the first right turn into Sherridge Lane towards Suckley. Follow this route for just over a mile to Smith End Green where at the next junction turn left towards Alfrick. Continue for just over a mile and on seeing the sign for Stitchens Hill turn right into Hopton Lane (again signed Alfrick). Continue along this route over a small bridge and up to the next T junction. Turn left towards Alfrick. After a short distance you will enter the village itself. At its centre is the village green and War Memorial. Continue past both along the road towards Knightwick. The Alamo is on the right hand side after 200 yards.

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