- Detached Spacious Family Home
- Integral Garage
- Premium Position Overlooking Communal Green Space
- Nearly 1800 Sq Ft
- Hanley Castle High School Catchment Area
- Enclosed Private Garden
A spacious and well presented 4 bedroom detached family home situated within a desirable residential area on Tunnel Hill overlooking the historic riverside town of Upton-upon-Severn.
Hallway - Living Room - Dining Room - Conservatory - Study/Snug - Kitchen Breakfast Room - WC/Cloakroom - Master Bedroom - Ensuite - Three Further Bedrooms - Family Bathroom - Integral Single Garage - Front & Rear Gardens - Private Parking for Two Vehicles
Built in 1994 this generously proportioned property has nearly 1800 square foot of accommodation and an integral garage. The property is constructed of red brick under a modern concrete tile roof and benefits from spacious, light and airy living spaces ideal for family life and entertaining. The accommodation is arranged over two floors, on the ground floor there is a large living room, dining room, conservatory, snug/study, WC cloakroom kitchen breakfast room and integral single garage.
The first floor offers four bedrooms, each with built in storage and a family bathroom. The main bedroom has the benefit of an ensuite shower room and views over the rear garden. To the front of the property is a garden and block paved parking area for two cars, to the rear of the property is a good sized enclosed garden mostly laid to lawn.
The property enjoys a premium position within the development and is one of the larger properties overlooking a communal green space with numerous specimen trees, including a magnificent mature oak tree at its centre. Nearby is the Hill Centre, a YMCA run community centre that offers a range of classes and facilities from yoga & pilates classes through to after school child care and Zumba. There are two football pitches and a well equipped children's play area.
The property is within the catchment of Hanley Castle High School, winner of ‘Secondary School of the Year’ at the Worcestershire Education Awards 2018.
The historic riverside town Upton-upon-Severn offers a range of facilities and amenities including supermarket, shops, numerous public houses, medical centre, Post Office, banking facilities, churches and library. The town is famous for its Jazz, Blues and Folk festivals and lively entertainment scene, as well being a popular tourist destination. Just outside the town is Upton Marina, offering secure pontoon and bankside moorings for all types of boats, on Britains longest river.
Malvern 7 miles
Worcester 11 miles
Cheltenham 17 miles
M50 motorway(Jct 1) 5.5 miles
M5 motorway (Jct 8) 7.5 miles
Mainline railway services to London Paddington, Birmingham & Bristol at Malvern 7 Miles
Entrance comes via a part glazed composite door, into a light and bright hallway with oak effect Karndean flooring and handmade stairs leading to the first floor. To the left is a recently refurbished cloakroom/WC. To the right is a generous sized flexible room, currently used as a study-snug which could easily be used as a fifth bedroom or secondary living room. To the right of the hallway is the large main reception room running the depth of the house. A central gas fireplace with marble surround provides a central focal point. A the far end of the room Double sliding doors that open into a uPVC conservatory, currently used as a gym. On the far right are double doors that open into a traditionally styled dining room, which is also accessed from the hallway. Opening up the dining room and living room makes a large entertaining space ideal for parties and family events.
At the end of the hallway is access to the bright and light kitchen breakfast room with it's central peninsula breakfast bar and fully fitted black gloss cupboards. The room benefits a double aspect outlook with views over the garden. There is an integrated five ring gas hob with stainless steel extractor hood above, integrated eye level oven, integrated wine fridge, microwave and spaces for an American style fridge freezer, washing machine and dishwasher. There is a part glazed side door leading to the rear garden and an internal door leading into the integral garage.
Upstairs there are four bedrooms with the main bedroom enjoying a wall of built-in wardrobes and a generous sized ensuite shower room. Each of the three other bedrooms have built in storage or wardrobes and enjoy views over the green at the front of the property. There is a family bathroom with mains feed shower over the bathroom and the spacious landing has a hatch to a part boarded loft and an airing cupboard.
The property is approached via a shared driveway, in front of the garage is a parking for two vehicles. There is a front lawn with low level hedge and space to the side of the property.
The enclosed part walled part fenced garden is level and mostly laid to lawn with two decked sitting areas enjoying an east and west aspect. There are raised flower beds and paving slabs off the rear of the property.
Malvern Hills District Council Tax Band ‘F’
Double Glazed Throughout
Mains Gas, Electricity & Water (Metered)
Fibre Broadband Available
Tenure - Freehold
TEMPORARY DIVERSION: There is a temporary diversion currently in place. During this time, please approach the property from Welland on the A4104. Despite a 'No Through Road' sign, the property is still accessible before the road closure. After passing the 'Welcome to Upton-upon Severn' sign take the next left into Milestone Road. At the T-junction go left on Mulberry Drive and the property is on the right indicated by a Glasshouse sale board.
From the centre of Upton-upon-Severn proceed along Old street towards Welland, at the top of Tunnel Hill take the second turning right into Milestone Road and bear left onto Mulberry Drive, then left onto Perrins Field, where the property can be found as indicated by a Glasshouse sale board.