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Property Details

Guide Price £450,000 | 4 Bedroom Detached | Alfrick, Worcester WR6 5HH

Property Summary

A Unique And Quite Individual Detached Property Built In The 1990's On A Generous Elevated Plot And Situated In The Popular And Sought After Village Of Alfrick With Views Over The Surrounding Area. Entrance Porch, Reception Hall, Living Room, Bespoke Fitted Kitchen, Garden Room, Utility Room, Master Bedroom With En-Suite, Bedroom Two With Balcony, Two Further Bedrooms, Bathroom. Built With Energy Efficiency In Mind With Double Glazing, Air Source Heat Pump, Solar Panels. Tandem Garage, Off Road Parking, Outbuildings And Generous Garden. Energy Rating 'D'. No Chain.

Location & Description

Upper Mythes enjoys a quiet setting in 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 & Hounds 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 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 house was completed by its present owners in 1998 in the garden of their original property. A lot of thought and consideration has gone into its design creating light and airy accommodation. Particular attention has been paid to the energy efficiency of the property with cavity wall insulation, loft and roof insulation, double glazing, air source heat pump heating and Photovoltaic panels on the roof.

This unique property is set in a slightly elevated position and affords views over the surrounding countryside. The grounds surround the property on all sides and have the benefit of outbuildings.

Approached from the road via a five bar wooden gate which opens to the gravel driveway giving access to the integral tandem garage. Bricked arches with lighting are a nice feature to the retaining wall to the left of the drive. To the right steps and a sloped path leads through the raised foregarden that offers a variety of plants, shrubs and trees. There is a paved patio area leading to double glazed double wooden doors which open to

Entrance Porch

Double glazed windows to sides, ceiling light point, tiled floor, wooden door with glazed inset opens to

Reception Hall

Double glazed window to front aspect, parquet flooring and stairs to inner hallway and bedroom two and three (described later). Four ceiling light points, radiator. Multi panelled glazed wooden door to

Living Room - 4.57m (15ft 0in) max x 6.2m (20ft 4in)

A generous light and airy room giving a feeling of space through the half vaulted ceiling and enjoying double glazed windows to side, double glazed skylight to rear, double glazed window and wooden glazed door opening to the garden room. Engineered wood flooring and wood panelling. Exposed trusses to ceiling. One of the main focal points is a Villager multi-fuel stove set on a tiled hearth with wood surround. Underneath is a plinth heater for additional heating if required. Three ceiling light points, ample power sockets and TV aerial point and two uplighters. Adjacent to the entrance to the kitchen is a useful built in dresser with drawer and cupboard space with shelving over. Hatch to cellar area with light, ideal for storing wine.

Kitchen - 2.9m (9ft 6in) x 4.55m (14ft 11in)

A bespoke kitchen has been installed by the current owners who have a keen interest in cooking. There is a mix of hardwood drawer and cupboard base units set under a beautiful dark wood work surface with preparation area and breakfast bar. Range of matching wall units, shelving for additional storage. One and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap and dual drainer sitting under a double glazed window to the side and there are further double glazed windows to the front. To the easterly aspect a window looks out through the garden room to the garden and views beyond. Two further sinks are installed for the purpose of hand washing before entering the kitchen and for the food preparation area. Rosieres Paul Bocuse Range Cooker offering four LPG gas HOBS with WOK BURNER, HOTPLATE and two electric OVENS. Stainless steel splashback and cooker hood. Tiled floor, six ceiling light points and ample shelving. Space and connection point for full height fridge freezer and dishwasher. There are further intricate storage areas which have been cleverly implemented into cupboards, under the worktop and in the seating area of the breakfast bar.

Garden Room - 2.46m (8ft 1in) x 3.58m (11ft 9in)

Double glazed windows to two sides incorporating wooden French doors opening to the patio. Double glazed skylight, two wall light points, quarry tiled floor. Electric wall heater.

Utility Room - 1.55m (5ft 1in) x 3.86m (12ft 8in)

Two double glazed window to rear, double glazed wooden door to the garden. Cupboard with work surface over, twin bowl stainless steel sink unit with drainer. There is space and connection point for washing machine and tumble dryer. Stairs lead down past a built in pantry cupboard giving access to the door to garage. Ceiling light point, tiled splashbacks, tiled floor.

Bedroom 1 - 2.87m (9ft 5in) min (15'10 max) x 4.55m (14ft 11in) max

A generous bedroom with triple aspect double glazed windows to rear and sides. Parquet flooring, range of fitted wardrobes and drawers incorporating hanging and shelf space. Three ceiling light points, radiator and door to

En-Suite

Obscure double glazed window to rear fitted with 'his & hers' vanity wash hand basins with cupboards under, bidet, low level WC, corner bath with mixer tap and separate shower enclosure with electric shower over. Ceiling light point, wall mouthed extractor fan. Wall mounted electric heater and towel rail. There is a floor mounted hot water cylinder with immersion heater with additional cupboard space to one side. Fully tiled walls and floor. Two wall lights and mirror over sinks one of which has a shaver point.

Bedroom 4 - 1.85m (6ft 1in) x 3.2m (10ft 6in)

Double glazed window to front, ceiling light point and a small understairs storage cupboard.

Cloakroom

Obscure double glazed window to rear, low level WC, wall mounted wash hand basin. Ceiling light point, tiled splashbacks and tiled floor.

Inner Hallway

Accessed from the reception hall by a short flight of steps. Ceiling light point. A door which is accessed by a ladder leads to the insulated loft room 8'1 x 18'6 being a good area for storage or other uses and having two double glazed skylight, power sockets and lighting. Door to remaining boarded loft space. Doors open to

Bedroom 2 - 3.89m (12ft 9in) max x 3.43m (11ft 3in)

Double glazed window, double glazed wooden door opening to the wooden railed BALCONY from where the pleasantries of the setting can be enjoyed. Two ceiling light points, picture rail, wall mounted radiator.

Bedroom 3 - 3.33m (10ft 11in) x 3.48m (11ft 5in)

Another dual aspect room with double glazed windows to rear and side. Ceiling light point, wall mounted radiator.

Bathroom

Double glazed skylight to side. Fitted with a pink suite consisting of low level WC, pedestal wash and basin with mixer tap, panelled bath with electric shower over. Radiator, ceiling light point. Wall light point over sink with shaver point and mirror. Ceramic tiled walls.

Outside

The generous grounds wrap around the property to all sides and allow the pleasantries of this delightful setting to be enjoyed. From the rear a paved patio area extends away from the property to the lawn which has mature shaped beds planted with a variety of plants, shrubs and mature trees including Apple, Cob and Hazlenut, giving colour and interest throughout the year. Sunken wildlife pond is positioned next to the summerhouse. A gentle slope descends to the vegetable patch where there is an additional brick built STORE and a further outbuilding. The garden sweeps to the easterly side of the property with grass paths running throughout this area which is made with plants and shrubs. There is a raised paved patio affording views over the open countryside and from where double doors lead back into the garden room. Particularly evident to the foregarden were the array of bluebells and mature trees.

Summer House/Office - 3.68m (12ft 1in) x 3.91m (12ft 10in)

A lovely spot to enjoy the garden but could also be used as a playroom or home office. This room is insulated and has a brick built external wall with slate roof, a covered verandah with decked seating area under. Two french double glazed doors opens to the interior which has wood cladding to ceiling, light, power, double glazed window to side, obscure multi-coloured glazed window to side. Electric underfloor heating and ceramic tiled floor.
At the bottom of the garden is a further outbuilding with covered verandah and decked flooring. Double glazed door to a single room 7' x 7'7 with double glazed window overlooking the garden. This room is also insulated.
Positioned to the west aspect of the property a gravel path leads behind the SUMMER HOUSE to a paved potting area with wood STORE and SHED. The garden further benefits from outside light points, water tap and water butts.

Tandem Garage

Double wooden doors to front, double glazed windows to side, power and having workbench.
AGENTS NOTE
We have been informed by the vendors that the voltaic solar cells installed in September 2010 have a feed in tariff for a further eighteen years generating approximately 1500.00 per annum.

The air source heat pump was installed in February 2015 for a period of seven years the yearly payment of 850.00 is made.

SERVICES
We have been advised that mains electricity, water and drainage are believed to be connected to the property. Central heating is provided by way of an air source heat pump. 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.

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

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

COUNCIL TAX BAND "F"
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 right towards Worcester. Proceed for 1.5 miles taking the 1st exit at the Bank House roundabout. Continue along Suckley Road which then becomes Brockamin Lane for 3.2 miles. On entering the village, turn left at the War Memorial following the road up the hill past the church on the right hand side. Proceed round a right hand bend after which the driveway to Upper Mythes can be found on the right hand side as indicated by the agents For Sale board.

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