Field Terrace, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5

£475,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
The house has been well maintained but would benefit from some modernising to create a beautiful city centre home.

The principal reception rooms on the raised ground floor are beautifully proportioned and have large sash windows, ceiling coving, picture rails, period fireplaces and rare original panelled doors between the two rooms.

The kitchen with a wonderful original range, pantry and a store room are on the lower ground floor. A single storey rear addition provides a utility room, cloakroom and store. It offers potential for further development to provide more living accommodation, opening onto the garden.

There are two large double bedrooms on the first floor along with a smaller bedroom which could be converted to an en suite bathroom. A study/sitting room on the first floor half landing could make a third double bedroom. The bath and shower rooms are on the second floor half landing.

There is a small formal garden at the front of the house behind a low brick wall with wrought iron railings and matching gate.

The rear garden faces west and has walls on both sides. There is a paved terrace next to the house, the rest is mainly laid to lawn with some shrubs and specimen trees including a mature Worcester Black Pear tree.

The detached garage and rear garden is accessed from Lower Field terrace. On top of the garage, level with the garden is a large brick and wood bespoke greenhouse. The garden enjoys views over the Diglis canal basin.

Central Worcester ½ mile, M5 (J7) 2 ½ miles, Cheltenham 24 miles • Birmingham 32 miles (All distances are approximate)

Field Terrace is located in a remarkably quiet and secluded position within a short distance from Worcester city centre.

Its convenient location, along with some of the best views in Worcester over the canal basin and towards the cathedral make it one of the more desirable addresses in the city.

Number 4 Field Terrace was home to the composer Edward Elgar between 1883 and 1889.

The city centre is within walking distance and therefore the shops, amenities and schools are all within easy reach.

The principal roads to and from Worcester and the M5

motorway are easily accessible.

Worcester has a regular, direct rail services to Birmingham and London Paddington.

The city has good schools with the Royal Grammar School

(RGS Worcester) and the King's School both close by.

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Knight Frank - Worcester

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