Areley Common

Stourport-On-Severn

  • 6

  • 2

  • 3

  • Substantial Victorian property
  • Period features
  • Utility room
  • Downstairs WC
  • Cellar
  • Sizeable plot
  • Mature wraparound garden
  • In and out driveway
  • Plentiful parking
  • Triple garage/workshop

Guide price

3214 sq. ft.

Tenant Info
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About the property

A magnificent six-bedroom Victorian home, resplendent with many period features and boasting a triple garage/workshop and a quarter of an acre plot.
  • Substantial Victorian property
  • Period features
  • Utility room
  • Downstairs WC
  • Cellar
  • Sizeable plot
  • Mature wraparound garden
  • In and out driveway
  • Plentiful parking
  • Triple garage/workshop
Property Snapshot

This is a fantastic and rare opportunity to purchase such an impressive Victorian home, unique to Areley Kings and being the first time on the market since circa 1965.

The property is unspoilt by progress, with an elegant double fronted facade complemented by a classic nineteenth century interior, including high ceilings, spacious bay fronted rooms and beautiful period features such as Minton tiled flooring, coving and marble fireplaces. There is a wealth of accommodation on offer with good room sizes throughout and a good flow and balance to the accommodation.

The building, whilst not listed, is recognised locally as having heritage value and comes with an interesting background and history, including once being home to a veterinary practice.

Description
6 Areley Common is approached from the road via an impressive in and out driveway which is bordered by laurel hedging and a beautiful magnolia tree. To the side of the parking is a large section of driveway which can cater for multiple vehicles including motorhomes, caravans and the like. Also tucked away at the side of the house is a sizeable triple garage which offers fantastic space for cars and storage and incorporates a useful workshop area at the rear. The garage is accessed via three up and over doors to the front and has power, lighting and opens to the workshop area.

The property is accessed from the driveway via a robust period front door, which gives way to the most wonderful and grand reception hall featuring beautiful Minton tiled flooring, period coving, an elegant staircase rising to the first floor and doors leading to the living rooms, kitchen and cellar.

The delightful bay fronted dining room has a beautiful marble fireplace, coving and ceiling rose and wall lights.

The first of the two additional reception rooms is located at the front of the ground floor accommodation and has wall lights, a brick feature fireplace and double-glazed French doors to the garden. The second sitting room is similarly spacious and light, featuring dual aspect windows, coving and an open fireplace.

In addition to the three living rooms there is an excellent family kitchen which is generous in size with wonderfully high ceilings and period fronted cupboards housing a combination boiler. The kitchen has been refitted in recent times to a modern standard and comprises matching wall and base units, a breakfast bar, an oven and a hob with an extractor above, an integrated dishwasher and a washing machine. There is also a double-glazed window to the rear overlooking the garden.

Adjoining the kitchen is a useful boot room ideal for coats and leading to the utility/wash room, which is a good size and comprises quarry tiled flooring, a Belfast sink, storage units and a door leading to the downstairs WC.

First floor
The first-floor accommodation offers impressive bedroom space and has lots of potential to reconfigure should buyers wish to change the layout. Currently there are six bedrooms in total, four of which are double rooms, in addition to a shower room and a spacious family bathroom. There is also another room which would make for an ideal study or adjoining dressing room.

Bedrooms one and two are particularly sizeable and both feature period marble fireplaces and dual aspect double glazed windows, with the second bedroom also boasting fantastic views across the rooftops to nearby Stagborough Hill.

The family bathroom is extremely spacious and is accessed via steps down from the landing. The bathroom comprises a corner bath, a pedestal wash hand basin, a low-level WC and a double-glazed window providing lovely rural views.

There is also a separate shower room, which has a pedestal wash hand basin, a low-level WC, a storage cupboard and a shower cubicle.

Gardens and grounds
The vast footprint of accommodation is beautifully complemented by the large plot and gardens which equates to around one quarter of an acre and nicely wraps around the property providing quality family-friendly outside space.

The gardens include a raised paved and walled patio, sweeping side and rear lawns, established borders full of mature plants and trees, a wooden shed, all enclosed by wooden panelled fencing with side access leading from the front of the property.

Services
The property has mains electricity, mains gas, mains water and broadband. Council tax band - F.