The Crescent Colwall, Malvern Guide Price £325,000

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  • No Onward Chain
  • Single Garage
  • Very Popular Village Location
  • Driveway
  • Potential to Convert Attic Space
  • Views of Malvern Hills


A two bedroom detached bungalow with garage and gardens situated close to Colwall village centre.

Entrance Hall - Sitting Room/Dining Room - Kitchen - Two Double Bedrooms - Bathroom - Garage - Shed - Summer House - Front & Rear Gardens - Private Driveway

Built circa 1970, this two bedroom bungalow is constructed of brick cavity walls with a mixture rough cast render, timber cladding and brick walls under a concrete tiled roof. The accommodation is arranged over the ground floor with a large attic space, suitable for conversion, subject to the necessary consents.

The accommodation is light and bright with large picture windows in most of the rooms. At the front of the property there is a tarmac driveway leading to a single garage and a front garden. To the rear of the property is a large patio leading down to a good sized mature garden with a summer house, storage shed and garden path.

Situated close to the heart of this popular village, most of the extensive amenities are within a short walk, including the main line train station, bus stop and village shop. The property is on The Crescent, which is a quite residential road west of Colwall Library and village clock tower, ‘Aunt Alice’.

Colwall is a well-served village boasting two public houses, post office, village stores, hotel, a fine butchers shop, green grocers, cafe, doctors’ surgery, pharmacist, pre-school, two renowned preparatory schools, primary school, churches, Thai restaurant, village hall, library, play areas, beautiful natural reserve with pond, historic cricket ground, football pitch, several bus stops and train station. There are also visits from a mobile fishmonger and fish & chip van.

The surrounding Herefordshire countryside is quintessentially English with gently rolling green hills dotted with small woodlands between the Malvern Hills AONB and the Black Mountains in Wales, visible on a clear day from the nearby hills.

The two popular towns of Malvern in Worcestershire and Ledbury in Herefordshire are 3miles and 5miles and the Cathedral cities of Worcester, Hereford & Gloucester are 10miles, 18.5miles and 20miles respectively.

Colwall train station has direct trains to London Paddington and Birmingham. Local bus routes between Ledbury and Malvern. Access to the M5 motorway (J7) is 12.5 miles northeast and the M50 motorway (J2) is 14 miles to the southeast. 

(All distances are approximate)


The property is approached via a gravelled path off the driveway, and leads to a recessed uPVC obscured glazed front door, with floor to ceiling windows on the right. The front door opens into a wide and light carpeted reception hall that leads to the bedrooms and bathroom. On the right there is an obscured glazed door leading to the sitting room, and in turn the dining area and then kitchen. There are two storage cupboards in the hallway and a hatch to a very large attic space. 

The sitting room is a bright and light room with a large picture window overlooking the front garden. There is an open fire with a ceramic tile hearth, to the right a large opening to the dining area, creating a semi open plan feel, and creating a dual aspect between the large front window and glazed French doors in the dining area. 

The dining area continues from the sitting room and is next to the kitchen, with a panelled obscured glazed door between the two. There are uPVC French doors that open on to a large terrace at the rear of the garden. There are central mounted spot lights in the dining area and sitting room, and carpets throughout. 

The kitchen has laminate flooring and traditional style fitted base and wall mounted cupboards, with ceramic tiled splashbacks and cream coloured worktops. There are double eye-level electric ovens and an integrated four ring gas hob with extractor hood above. Below a large window overlooking the garden is a stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap. There is space and plumbing for a dishwasher and space for a counter fridge freezer. There is a part glazed back door next to the window above the sink that opens onto the rear terrace. 

The main bedroom is a well proportioned room with plenty of space for a king sized bed with bedside tables, as well as space for wardrobes. There is a large picture window overlooking the front garden, pendant lighting and carpets. 

The second bedroom has space for a double bed and wardrobes. There is a window overlooking the rear garden, wall and ceiling lighting, and carpets. 

The bathroom is part tiled with linoleum flooring and has an obscured glazed window, WC, pedestal basin, radiator, and a bath with an electric shower over, with a glass shower screen. 


At the front of the property there is a mature conifer hedge enclosing the front garden. There is a lawn, raised beds stocked with assorted shrubs, and central steps from the front path. Trellis fencing separates the front garden from the driveway and there are fencing panels between the neighbouring properties. 

To the side of the property is a brick built attached single garage, with an up and over door, and an EPDM rubber roof. A concrete path runs around the side of the garage, and leads to the rear garden. The garage has a back door, side window, inner storage room, and plumbing and electrics for a washing machine and dryer. 

Immediately off the back of the property is a large raised paved terrace, accessible from the kitchen and dining room. On the right, a concrete path leads down to the end of the garden with raised beds and a gravelled sitting area, right of the path. From the terrace, steps lead down to the lawn, and there is a further paved sitting area on the left.  The good-sized lawn has assorted shrubs and trees and there is a pretty timber summer house, with leaded windows, and double doors. The rear garden is enclosed with panelled fencing at the sides and a mature conifer hedge at the rear. There is a northwest aspect with views of the Malvern Hills from the terrace. 


Herefordshire District Council Tax Band ‘D’
Mains Gas, Electricity, Water & Drainage 
Gas-fired Central Heating Throughout 
Fresh Air Heat Exchanger System
uPVC Double Glazing Throughout 
Fibre Broadband Available

DIRECTIONS - WR13 6QN what3words: worksheet.renting.polar

From the centre of the village turn into Stone Drive, next to the Pharmacy, and opposite the Colwall Park Hotel. Immediately turn left into Crescent Road, then right into The Crescent. Following the road round the left bend, the property can be found on the right, roughly half way down the straight part of the road.

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The Crescent Colwall
Malvern WR13 6QN
County: Herefordshire
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: 00002202