Hanley Swan, Worcester


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
A charming semi detached property built in the 19th century situated in the popular village of Hanley Swan. The property is ideally placed for access to both Malvern and Upton-upon-Severn and within walking distance of village facilities. The accommodation, in need of some updating, which is set over three floors, comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, lounge diner, kitchen, three bedrooms and bathroom to the first floor and to the second floor there are two further double bedrooms. The property further benefits from; central heating LPG fired, double garage, driveway and parking, south facing rear gardens with greenhouse and summer house. A rare opportunity to buy a characterful property with potential to improve and extend.


Accessed via the original front door from the front garden with an arched picture window over, ceiling light point, coving, stairs to first floor, radiator, glass panel doors to:


4.35m x 4.00m max (14'3 x 13'1 max)

Front aspect secondary glazed window, ceiling light point, coving, feature fireplace with period surround and brick hearth, built in display shelving and chimney recess, two radiators.


6.33m x 3.59m max (20'9 x 11'9 max)

Side aspect double glazed window, rear aspect double glazed sliding doors to rear garden, two ceiling light points, three wall light points, tiled fireplace and hearth, storage and display cupboards and chimney recess, two radiators, door to:


6.14m x 2.41m narrowing to 2.38m (20'1 x 7'10 na

Three side aspect double glazed windows, two ceiling light points, fitted kitchen comprising of a range of floor and wall mounted units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, space for cooker, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for numerous further appliances, space for breakfast table, radiator, half wall approximately in the middle of the room, door to:


Side and rear aspect obscure glass windows, obscure glass door to rear garden.


Ceiling light point, stairs to second floor, door to:


4.03m max x 3.85m (13'2 max x 12'7 )

Front aspect secondary glazed gothic arched windows, ceiling light point, radiator.


3.57m x 3.61m max (11'8 x 11'10 max)

Rear aspect double glazed window, ceiling light point, built in large wardrobe and chimney recess with hanging rail and storage cupboard over, over head light, radiator.


2.60m x 2.33m (8'6 x 7'7 )

Front aspect secondary glazed gothic arched windows, ceiling light point, radiator.


2.61m x 2.57m (8'6 x 8'5 )

Rear aspect obscure glass double glazed window, ceiling light point, white suite comprising: panel bath, shower cubicle with triton shower, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, fully tiled walls, radiator, built in airing cupboard with hot water cylinder and slatted shelving.


Ceiling light point, door to:


4.84m x 3.18m + recess (15'10 x 10'5 + recess)

Rear aspect double glazed window, ceiling light point, radiator, eaves storage access.


3.85m x 3.21m (12'7 x 10'6 )

Side aspect double glazed Velux roof light, ceiling light point, radiator, access to eaves storage.


Part walled front garden mostly laid to lawn with mature flower and shrub beds to the borders. A gated tarmac drive provides parking for two cars and leads to a tall gate which opens to access to the rear garden and double garage, a path and steps leads to the front door.


The drive continues from the front of the property to the rear where it widens to provide further parking and giving access to the garage. To the side of the drive are further flower beds and a lawn. A paved path leads through a trellace screen to the rear of the garden, this is mostly laid to lawn with a number of specimen trees, further flower and shrub beds, vegetable patch, greenhouse, timber summer house and curved seating area. In between the house and double garage there is a gardeners cloakroom with WC and light. Beyond the double garage is a timber framed workshop/store.


4.62m x 4.56m (15'1 x 14'11 )

Electric roller door, power and light, internal door to a small store room


From our office in Great Malvern proceed downhill in the direction of Barnards Green. Leave the town via the B4208 heading in the direction of the Three Counties Showground. Turn left at the crossroads in the direction of Hanley Swan. Go past the church and 1 Gothic Cottage can be found after a short distance on the right hand side.

From our office in Upton upon Severn proceed out of Upton on the B4211 heading in the direction of Malvern. After Hanley Castle High School take the second left onto the B4209 in the direction of Hanley Swan. 2 Gothic Cottage will be found in the centre of the village on the left hand side just past the duck pond and village shop and post office.

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Allan Morris - Malvern

3/3A Worcester Road, Malvern, Worcestershire

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