An Impressive 2 Double Bedroom Apartment of Grand Proportions, with stunning far reaching views across the Severn valley to Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds. Entrance Hall – Cloakroom – Kitchen/Dining Room – Living Room – 2 Double Bedrooms – Conservatory/Lookout &n.
An Impressive 2 Double Bedroom Apartment of Grand Proportions, with stunning far reaching views across the Severn valley to Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds.Entrance Hall ? Cloakroom ? Kitchen/Dining Room ? Living Room ? 2 Double Bedrooms ? Conservatory/Lookout ? Bathroom ? Basement Storage Rooms & WC ? Private TerraceFlat 3 Eaton House is an impressive 2 bedroom property occupying most of the first floor of this handsome late 19th century house. Eaton House has high architectural and historic quality but above all else an enviable outlook, with far reaching views across the Severn valley towards Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds. It occupies a commanding position between Westminster Road and Eaton Road, within the Malvern Wells conservation area.Internally, the main rooms have grand proportions with high ceilings and original features including fireplaces, leaded windows and original floorboards. The apartment has the benefit of a separate basement, currently used for storage but has the potential to be incorporated into the property. There are gardens and a private terrace with superb views. There is unrestricted parking on Westminster Road and Eaton Road, and excellent access to the Malvern Hills.The property is situated within a position that provides easy access to some of the best that Malvern has to offer, with Great Malvern a pleasant 30 mins (1.5 miles) walk via Malvern common. Malvern Theatre, The Three Counties Show Ground, Worcestershire Golf Club, Waitrose Supermarket and Great Malvern Train Station are all within 2 miles.From Westminster Road there is the ‘Pixie Path‘, a popular footpath providing direct access onto the Malvern Hills, all the way up to the ridge, and connecting to several other paths on the way. There is a McColls convenience store on Wells Road 0.61 miles, approximately 10 mins walk. Malvern Common, popular with dog walkers is just down the road at 0.37 miles, just over a 5 mins walk. At the bottom of Eaton Road where it meets Wells Road, there are bus stops with services between Ledbury, Great Malvern, Upton, Tewkesbury and Cheltenham.The PropertyThe property can be approached via steps up from Eaton Road or more conveniently via steps down from Westminster Road, both routes wind through attractive landscaped gardens with path lighting. The front door is opposite a private sheltered terrace, where stunning far reaching views across the Severn valley can be enjoyed.The front door opens into an entrance hall with wood effect laminate flooring, tongue and groove panelling, and plenty of hanging space. There is a cleverly concealed WC immediately on the left, and a concealed utility cupboard on the right, with shelving, and plumbing and electrics for a washing machine and tumble dryer.From the entrance hall, a part obscured glazed door opens into a generously proportioned kitchen dining room, with large oriel bay window, where the spectacular views can be enjoyed from a window seat, which has storage below. There are cream coloured ‘shaker‘ style fitted wall and base cupboards with wood block worktops, and tongue and groove cladding splashbacks. Some of the wall mounted cabinets have glass fronted doors with built in display lighting. There is an AEG hob with stainless steel extractor hood above, and an AEG pyrolytic self cleaning electric oven below. There is an inset stainless steel sink and drainer with mixer tap, and further cupboards on the opposite wall, flanking an original fire place. There are pendant lights and geometric tile effect linoleum flooring. From the kitchen a panelled door leads to an inner hall, to the left, a corridor leads down to the bathroom. To the right, there is a storage cupboard, and a step up to a second large hallway, which has a conservatory at the end, and doors to the living room and bedrooms. The hallways have fitted carpets and pendant lighting. The wider hall at the front would easily accommodate seating, a desk or shelving.The drawing room at the front of the property is an impressive room of grand proportions with ceilings nearly 10 foot high. There is an open central feature fireplace with decorative painted slate surround and red high gloss tiled inlay. There are large original windows with period plate glass and diamond patterned leaded windows across the top. The views towards the Cotswolds and Bredon hill are very impressive. There is a pendant light, carpets, television and telephone sockets. Next door to the drawing room is the conservatory/lookout, a fantastic and unique feature of this property. It has a timber frame and original windows on a low level wall creating a superb spot from which the panoramic views can be enjoyed day and night. It has quarry tile flooring and an original part glazed door with surrounding windows, providing a source of natural light into the hallway. Next door is the main bedroom, similar in proportion to the drawing room this has the benefit of a double aspect which combined with the large windows and high ceiling provides a delightful bright room with a stunning outlook. There are original pine floorboards, original windows and pendant lighting. The second bedroom is at the side of the property with a south facing window providing an abundance of natural light and a far reaching view. There is an attractive painted slate mantlepiece with cast iron fireplace with decorative tile inlay. The flooring is carpeted and there is a pendant light. The bathroom at the end of the inner hall has been beautifully appointed with a free standing roll top bath with hand shower, separate glass corner Matki shower cubicle with main feed Grohe shower, a large pedestal basin, and a WC. There are two windows, tongue and groove cladding, tile splashbacks, Karndean wood effect vinyl flooring, and recessed downlights.OutsideImmediately below the flat is a basement/cellar, accessed via external steps and glazed sliding doors. There is a WC on the left, long storage room and a further store room at the end. This has quarry tile flooring and electrics and could be used for a myriad of uses, including being potentially incorporated into the apartment. The gardens at Eaton House are well presented and cleverly landscaped to create privacy between the three flats. From Westminster Road wide railway sleeper and gravel filled steps wind down to the apartment amongst acers, rhododendrons, bamboo and other specimen shrubs. The private terrace is to the side of the property and has a concrete floor, low level wall and is surrounded by shrubs resulting in a private spot where the breathtaking views can be enjoyed. PracticalitiesMalvern Hills District Council Tax Band ‘C‘All Mains ServicesGas Fired Central HeatingLeasehold 999 Years & Share of FreeholdGround Rent Currently £100 pcm inc. Building Insurance & MaintenanceBroadband AvailableDirections - WR14 4PEFrom Great Malvern, head south along the Wells Road (A449). After approximately 1.5 miles take the slight right turn onto Eaton Road. Continue up the hill and take the sharp right onto Westminster Road. After 100 yards or so, park on the left. Eaton House has a red wrought iron gate and name plaque. 2 bedrooms
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