Bank Street, Malvern Offers in Excess of £450,000

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  • Walking Distance to Shops & Amenities
  • Attractive Grade II Listed Period Property
  • 4 Bedrooms, 3 Reception Rooms
  • Views
  • Excellent Location
  • Good Local Transport Connections
  • Beautiful Mature Gardens
  • Cellar & Off-Street Parking

A rare opportunity to acquire a detached Grade II Listed 4 bedroom house in one of Malvern’s most sought after locations. On the market for the first time in nearly 25 years this early 19th century house has a classical façade with numerous original features, far reaching views across the Severn plain and beautiful gardens.

Entrance Dining Hall – Vestibule - Hallway – Sitting Room – Kitchen – Family Room / Study – Downstairs Cloakroom – Four Bedrooms - Landing – Bathroom – W.C. – Cellar – Front & Side Gardens – Off road Parking – Shed - Greenhouse

Located on Bank Street, one of Malvern oldest roads, it has the appearance of an attractive country lane, flanked with its pretty period properties. A short walk away is Link Common, popular with dog walkers, runners and cyclists. Immediately behind the property Back Lane, a quiet and level route leading to the shops, Theatre, cafes and other amenities of Great Malvern, via Waitrose supermarket. There is a bus stop at the top of the Bank Street on the Worcester Road and Malvern Link train station is approximately ¾ mile.

Occupying an elevated position the property has delightful views across the Severn plain with the iconic clock tower of Perrins House in the fore ground. The property is constructed of brick with a hipped slate roof and two pane sash windows at the front. Inside feels welcoming and homely with well-proportioned rooms and generous circulation spaces. The pretty gardens are largely level and to the sides and front of the house.


The Property
Entrance Dining Hall – accessed via a part glazed panelled door under an attractive lattice porch. There is a quarry tiled floor with original sash window and a fireplace (capped) with decorative tile inlay. To its left is a deep storage cupboard with Louvre doors. Wall mounted lights. Radiator. A panelled door leads to:

Vestibule – between the dining hall and the inner hall, the recess provides plenty of space for coats or kitchen storage.

Hall – carpeted and leading to the sitting room on the right and kitchen on the left and stairs lead to a split level landing. There is a rear hall with tile finish flooring which has a downstairs cloakroom, rear external door and hatch down to the cellar.

Sitting Room – originally two rooms, opened-up to create a spacious and light room that spills into the pretty garden via part glazed French doors.  The triple aspect outlook ensures natural light and a working original cast iron tiled fireplace with a carved wood surround provides an attractive focal point. TV point. Radiator.

Kitchen – a step leads down into the kitchen, with fitted cupboards and countertops on both sides. There is a Rangemaster Elan cooker with extractor above and opposite a stainless steel double sink and drainer with mixer tap. The large window above the sink has a fantastic view. 

Family Room / Study / Utility
– accessed via double doors from the kitchen this spacious room is currently used as a study but would make a good family room. At one end is a sash window and study area and at the other a utility area with wall units, work top and space and plumbing for washing machine and dryer below. A fitted cupboard houses the combi boiler with further worktop adjoining. Carpeted/Tiled. Radiator. 

Landing –  stairs lead to a split level landing with dual aspect outlook and W.C, further steps lead to a generous landing area leading to the bedrooms and bathroom. There is a hatch to a large boarded out loft. 

Bedroom 1 – at the front and side of the house this large room benefits a dual aspect outlook with original sash window to the front. A decorative cast iron fireplace is a central focal point. Space for a double bed with bedside tables. Carpeted. Radiator. 

Bedroom 2 – at the front of the property with original sash window, there are exposed wall timbers to one side and decorative cast iron fireplace opposite. Space for a double bed with bedside tables. Carpeted. Radiator.

Bedroom 3 – occupying the space above the study with room benefits a dual aspect outlook with fantastic views across the Severn plain at the rear. Space for a double bed. Carpeted. Radiator.

Bedroom 4 – next door to bedroom 1, a small double or single room with a fantastic view. Carpeted. Radiator.

Cellar – accessed via a hatch in the rear hall. Brick steps lead to a cellar comprising workshop area and two storage areas. 


Outside
Driveway – a level parking space for one car directly off Bank Street via a dropped curb. A path leads around the side of the property to a part glazed back door into the utility area.

Front Garden – a path leads to the front door via a wrought iron gate. There are mature climbing roses up the front of the house and are numerous herbaceous shrubs opposite the front door.  

Garden – the pretty gardens to the side of the property are fully enclosed and accessed via the French doors in the sitting room, the rear door in the back hall and front garden via a rose covered arbour. The garden is split into several attractive areas with lawns split by a trellis covered in climbing roses, and a patio sitting area off the French doors. There is a well organised vegetable garden with raised beds, concrete paths, garden shed neighbouring greenhouse. The top corner of the garden is gently sloped and benefits from well stocked beds with a meandering path and mature trees providing glade-like shading. A highlight of the garden is the fantastic array of climbing, rambling and bush roses filling the garden with scent and colour. 


Practicalities 
Malvern Hills District Council Tax Band ‘E’ 
Gas Central Heating Throughout
All Mains Services 
Conservation Area
Grade II Listed - EPC Exempt
Freehold
Fibre Broadband Available

Directions
From the top of Great Malvern, head towards Malvern Link on Belle Vue Terrace (Worcester Road). Bank Street is on the right opposite the signpost for B4232 to West Malvern. The Property is on the corner of Bank Street and Zetland Road. 


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EPC

No EPC available

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Bank Street
Malvern WR14 2JN
County: Worcestershire
Sale Type: Exchanged
Ref #: 00001091