Little Clevelode


  • 5

  • 3

  • 2

  • Private rural setting
  • Spectacular views of the Malvern Hills
  • 2 acres of gardens and grounds
  • Double Garage
  • Private off road parking
  • Extensive and mature gardens
  • Paddocks

Guide price

3149 sq. ft.

Tenant Info
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01905 734 734

Please quote reference number PCP220108

About the property

Built in the 1870s, this fabulous property, was once part of the Portocks End Farm and was converted into a home in 1997. Recently updated and extended by its current owners, this spacious and incredibly versatile property features extensive gardens and stunning views of the nearby Malvern Hills.
  • Private rural setting
  • Spectacular views of the Malvern Hills
  • 2 acres of gardens and grounds
  • Double Garage
  • Private off road parking
  • Extensive and mature gardens
  • Paddocks
Property Snapshot

Entering the property via this large, bright hall, is a pleasure, with stairs leading up to a galleried landing, and a door under the stairs leading through into a bright country kitchen.

The recently refurbished, family kitchen features practical tiled floors, bespoke, cream cupboards with granite work tops and a six hob, Rangemaster range cooker, with integrated extractor hood. Large, double-glazed windows sit either side of the Rangemaster, with a sink under the right-hand window.

A matching island in the centre of the room makes it the perfect kitchen for family cooking and entertaining. There is ample room for a breakfast table and chairs and double, glazed doors, on the left as you walk in, lead out onto the back patio, framing those Malvern views beautifully.

Leading off the kitchen is a large walk in pantry with fitted shelves, built in dishwasher, fridge freezer and pull out pantry.

Breakfast room
Three steps lead up from the kitchen into an extremely practical space, which is currently being utilised as a study. However, with ample space for a table and chairs, it would make a great breakfast room.

Continuing through this room, brings you into a well-planned utility.

Family sitting room
The large, bright and comfortable room features an enormous, red brick, fireplace, with log burner. A large window on the left as you enter, looks out over the courtyard and at the opposite end of the room, double glazed, double doors, lead out into a spacious conservatory, which enjoys spectacular views of the Malvern Hills and surrounding countryside.

The conservatory is located in the corner of a large, paved sun terrace and allows enjoyment of the garden and the properties glorious surroundings in any weather.

Drawing room
This lovely room, below the galleried landing in the centre of the house, features huge windows with double doors that lead out onto the sun terrace and flood the room with natural light.

This generously sized study has a large window overlooking the garden, a storage space, in the corner under the stairs and ample of space for a large desk and filing cabinets.

Utility room
This well designed utility room, with a sink, worktops tops and wall cupboards, has space for a washing machine and dryer.

A stable door opens out into the side garden and large, double-glazed windows that lookout over the courtyard provide the room with plenty of light.

From the utility there is a hallway, where the boot room, study, and stairs to bedroom four are found, with a door leading into the double garage.

The spacious garage is ideal for storing vintage cars and has lighting and power as well as an up and over electric door.

Boot room
With a door out onto the garden, this room is the perfect boot room and part of a very well though-out and designed area of this house. This practical layout really helps to contain wet and dirty outdoor gear and muddy dogs before moving through into the main parts of the house.

First floor
The bright and spacious galleried landing forms a bridge through the centre of the house and has plenty of space for a snug seating area, from which to enjoy the stunning views of the Malvern Hills and the surrounding countryside.

Master suite
The master suite is a double room, with a lovely en suite bathroom. High ceilings with exposed beams and a large window overlooking the rear garden ensures this is a light and airy room.

The en suite, which also has a window looking out onto the Malvern Hills, has a high-quality white suite comprising of a low-level loo, bathtub and integrated vanity unit.

Bedroom two
Bedroom two is a large single at present being adapted as a dressing room for the master bedroom. There is a door from the master bedroom and a door leading onto the gallery landing.

Bedroom three
Bedroom three is a generously sized, bright, dual aspect with a king sized bed. It has a well-appointed en suite shower room, with bold, Moroccan style floor tiles and an attractive white suite with a, walk in corner power shower.

Bedroom four
Bedroom four is a good-sized double room, with a fitted wardrobe and chest of drawers. The window overlooks the horse paddocks to the side of the property, and a couple of steps take you up to a lovely en suite bathroom.

The en suite, attached to bedroom four, has a Velux window within the sloping ceiling which fills the room with natural light. A fully tiled wall surrounds a full-size bathtub, with a folding, glazed shower screen and a power shower above.

There is also a access to storage space in the eaves from this room.

Bedroom five
Bedroom five is a fabulously large and airy room, with sloped ceilings and two Velux windows that flood the room with natural light. This room has plenty of storage space, several accesses to the eaves and at the opposite end of the room to the stairs, is a large dressing room, which has potential to be converted into an en suite.

Gardens and grounds
The rear garden has a large, paved sun terrace, which extends the length of the hay barn and has ample space for a table and chairs or sun loungers. The perfect entertaining space, for al fresco dining and seamlessly joins the house with gardens.

There is a low-level wall, with flower beds and space for pots, that surrounds the patio with centralised, brick steps leading up onto the lawns. The paddock beyond the lawns is part of the property and allows uninterrupted views of the Malvern Hills in the distance.

The fence to the left of the garden, is a riot of climbing roses, honeysuckle, jasmine, clematis and mature shrubs and flowers. To the right, are further lawns, fruit trees, herbaceous borders and a hedge with a gateway into the paddocks beyond.

A paved path leads around the side of the kitchen into a narrow, walled, kitchen garden, with a gorgeous hidden seating area, under a pagoda, with a plethora of climbing plants and flowering beds. At the end of this garden, is a door leading into a garden shed and log store.
There are four paddocks in total, two of which would be perfect for horses, or for developing a small holding.

Access to the central paddock, which joins the gardens and other three paddocks, is either from the main back garden, or from a gate to the right of the log store on the driveway. The first paddock on the right, has a vegetable garden and a poly tunnel, and would perhaps be the perfect spot to build some stables. The central paddock is very well sheltered, with thick and mature hedges, and currently hosts a summerhouse, and there is a small paddock of fruit trees behind this. The largest and most useful paddock for grazing is at the end of the back garden.

The property benefits from both mains electricity and water connections, oil central heating and liquid propane gas. The property is connect to its own private septic tank.

Fibre broadband has recently been upgraded to the property and there is also a generator system fitted for emergency use. Security floodlights are fitted around the property and water is supplied throughout the paddocks.

Council Tax Band F