Hancocks Lane, Malvern

Guide price

Bedrooms: 3
A detached three bedroom bungalow of Woolaway Construction, with an Agricultural Tie, situated in a private plot of just under one fifth of an acre, and with a separate 2.3 acre paddock. The property which was built in 1972 for a local stockman, offers great scope for refurbishment, and comprises; entrance hall, sitting room, conservatory, dining kitchen, side porch, three bedrooms, shower room. The property sits in a private plots with south facing gardens and views to the front and rear over open countryside. Further benefits include; central heating, double glazing, detached double garage and workshop. The 2.3 acre paddock is situated around 50 yards from the bungalow, with it's own access and a range of field stores. No onward chain.


An agricultural tie is a planning condition or requirement that has been placed by the local council, for planning permission on a property that has been built in the open countryside where development would not normally be permitted. This means that the person who lives in the property must be working, or retired from working, in agriculture or forestry. If you are unsure whether you would meet this criteria it would be worth seeking legal advice before booking a viewing.


Woolaway property's are built of a non standard construction type using a pre-cast concrete frame. The frame itself was constructed from storey height 6 inch square columns that were cast from aerated concrete. Due to the non standard construction, there is a narrower range of mortgage lenders that would consider a loan on the property. It is recommended if you require finance to speak to an advisor before booking a viewing.


Recessed porch, obscure glass door with window to side leading to:


Ceiling light point, smoke alarm, radiator, doors to:


6.24m x 3.40m (20'5 x 11'1 )

Side aspect double glazed window, rear aspect double glazed sliding doors to conservatory, ceiling light point, two wall light points, open fireplace with stone surround, two radiators, serving hatch to kitchen.


Timber framed conservatory with double doors leading out to the garden and wonderful southerly views over the countryside beyond.


5.21m x 2.70m (17'1 x 8'10 )

Front aspect double glazed window, ceiling light point, access to roof space, range of fitted floor and wall mounted units, stainless steel single drainer sink unit, oil fired range, space and plumbing for washing machine, space for further appliances, space for table and chairs, built in pantry with shelving, built in airing cupboard with hot water tank, obscure glass door to:


2.19m x 1.27m (7'2 x 4'1 )

Glazed to front side and rear, accessed from side path, tiled floor.


4.07m x 3.40m (13'4 x 11'1 )

Rear aspect double glazed window overlooking garden and with view to the Malvern Hills, ceiling light point, range of fitted bedroom furniture, radiator.


3.49m x 3.40m (11'5 x 11'1 )

Rear aspect double glazed window overlooking garden with view over open countryside, ceiling light point, radiator.


4.21m max x 2.68m (13'9 max x 8'9 )

Front aspect double glazed window, view over fields to woodland beyond, ceiling light point, radiator.


1.89m x 1.69m (6'2 x 5'6 )

Rear aspect obscure glass double glazed window, ceiling light point, wash hand basin, corner shower cubicle , radiator, tiled floor.


The property is accessed via a driveway shared with one other bungalow from Hancocks Lane. To the front of the property is a mature hedge, two pedestrian gates lead between the hedging to a concrete path that runs of the full length of the property and gives access to the front door and side porch.


The private southerly rear garden overlooks fields behind and has views to the side to the Malvern Hills. The garden is mainly laid to lawn with a mature hedge boundary, the lawn continues into an orchard area to the side of the property with a number of mature fruit trees.


6.16m x 3.65m (20'2 x 11'11 )

Detached concrete sectional garage, up and over door to the front, power and light, windows to the side and rear, pedestrian side door. To the rear of the garage is a gardeners WC.


5.54m x 2.45m (18'2 x 8'0 )

Concrete sectional workshop/potting shed with power and light, overlooking garden with door to side.


9m approximately x 3.0m approximately (29'6 appro

To side of the garage is a covered store area with power and light, door to rear garden, window to side.


Access via a farm gate from Hancocks Lane situated on the opposite side of the lane approximately 50 metres from the bungalow. Good vehicle access to the top of the field, there are a range of timber field shelters/stores, and concrete sectional garage previously used as a chicken coup. From various points there are lovely views to the Malvern Hills


From the Allan Morris office in Great Malvern head south on the A449 Wells road in the direction of Ledbury, follow the road for approximately 3 miles, passing Malvern Wells Primary school on your left. After a further half mile take the A4104 at Little Malvern signposted Upton. Take the first turning on the right into Hancocks Lane and the property can be found on the right hand side as indicated by the Allan Morris 'For Sale' board. For more details or to book a viewing, please call the Malvern office on 01684 561411 or email malvern@allan-morris.co.uk

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