Brotheridge Green Lane, Hanley Castle

£545,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A detached three bedroom former farmhouse with a range of outbuildings in mature gardens, orchard and paddock of 1.21 acres. The characterful accommodation comprises; entrance hall, sitting room with woodburner, dining room. conservatory, breakfast kitchen, rear porch and walk in larder, ground floor double bedroom and refitted shower room. First floor study landing, two further dual aspect double bedrooms, family bathroom. Further benefits include; oil fired central heating and double glazing. The property has a range of outbuildings including; 27' former stables, 24' cider barn and former chicken shed within the large plot which neighbours a nature reserve and has views from various spots to the Malvern Hills. Viewing a must to appreciate the condition and location on offer.

ENTRANCE HALL

Accessed via double glazed door with wide double glazed windows to the side overlooking the garden. Exposed wall beams, two wall light points, tiled floor. Doors to bedroom three, shower room, and double glazed stable door to;

DINING ROOM

4.70m x 2.62 (15'5 x 8'7 )

Rear aspect, double glazed, double doors to patio. Exposed ceiling and wall beams. Two wall light points, large brick fireplace with wooden mantle and shelving to each side. Floor mounted wood burner on quarry tile hearth. Stairs to first floor with understairs storage cupboard. Radiator, tiled floor, double glazed door to breakfast kitchen, open plan to;

SITTING ROOM

4.66m x 3.35m (15'3 x 10'11 )

Front aspect double glazed window looking into entrance hall. Exposed ceiling and wall beams. Brick built fireplace with wooden mantle and woodburner on tiled hearth radiator, Oak flooring, double glazed double doors to;

CONSERVATORY

3.52m x 3.23m = recess (11'6 x 10'7 = recess)

UPVC double glazed conservatory built on a dwarf brick wall, obscure roof with ceiling light point, three wall light points, tiled floor, double doors to rear garden patio and seating areas.

BREAKFAST KITCHEN

4.43m x 3.22m (14'6 x 10'6 )

Twin rear facing double glazed windows, exposed ceiling beam, two ceiling light points. Refitted kitchen comprising of a matching range of floor and wall mounted Oak effect cottage style units under a stone effect work surface. Inset one and a half bowl sink unit with mixer tap over/ Integral electric hob, oven and microwave. Space for breakfast table, space for washing machine. Floor mounted 'Worcester' oil fired boiler, radiator, tiled floor, glazed door to;

REAR PORCH

Ceiling light point, tiled floor, double glazed door to low maintenance side garden between the house and the barn. Latched door to walk in pantry with window to side, light and a range of shelving.

BEDROOM THREE

3.82m x 2.68m (12'6 x 8'9 )

Dual aspect with double glazed window to front and side, part vaulted ceiling, recessed ceiling downlighters, exposed wall beams, radiator.

GROUND FLOOR SHOWER ROOM

Front aspect double glazed window, recessed ceiling downlighters, extractor. Refitted, three piece white suite comprising; large shower cubicle with 'Burlington' shower and tiled walls, wash band basin, low level WC, radiator, tiled floor.

FIRST FLOOR STUDY/LANDING

4.04m x 2.77 + recess (13'3 x 9'1 + recess)

Twin rear facing double glazed windows, ceiling light point, large bespoke fitted storage cupboard, space for desks, radiator, cottage style latched doors to;

BEDROOM ONE

4.38m x 3.23m (14'4 x 10'7 )

Dual aspect with front and side facing double glazed windows, exposed ceiling and wall beams, ceiling light point, radiator.

BEDROOM TWO

4.72m x 3.21m (15'5 x 10'6 )

Dual aspect with front and side facing double glazed windows, ceiling light point, radiator.

FAMILY BATHROOM

Front aspect double glazed roof light,three piece white suite comprising; panel bath with 'Mira' shower over, pedestal wash hand basin, low level WC, radiator.

GARDENS, LAND AND OUTBUILDINGS

Melrose Farm is situated to the corner of a large garden and orchard in excess of an acre. To the southern boundary is the Melrose Farm Meadows nature reserve owned by the Worcestershire Wildlife Trust. It is accessed via double wooden five bar farm gates with a pull in area from the road which open to a wide stone chip parking area for a number of cars. The stone chip area continues as a low maintenance garden area between the former stables and cider barn, and the house. This could provide further parking if required. A path leads form here to the front door between mature cottage style flower beds which lead to a paved seating area with a covered well and large water store (collecting the run off from the guttering so idea for gardening). The paved area continues around the house leading further seating areas to the side and rear. The garden closest to the house forms a more formal space with lawns, a range of flower and shrub beds, seating areas, and a productive vegetable plot with greenhouse. The remainder of the garden has been left to orchard/paddock with the owners having added a wide range of fruit and specimen trees to amongst the remaining original trees. At the southern end adjacent to the nature reserve is a seasonal pond and gate overlooking the reserve. There is also an additional gateway with the road on the western boundary. Amongst the plot are a wide range of outbuildings including; former stables, cider barn, chicken house and various sheds/store.

Workshop/Former Stable

8.37m x 3.81m (27'5 x 12'5 )

Separated into two rooms, the former stables is brick built with a tiled roof. The first room is accessed via a stable door to the side, it has a side window, power and light and a garage sized opening (currently clad over with wood) which would open into an external walled enclosure. The second room is used as a workshop with power and light. The eaves are open between the two rooms and provide storage.

Cider Barn

7.57m x 4.21m (24'10 x 13'9 )

Original timber framed steep roof cider barn resorted by the current owners using the original repaired framework and new external hardwood cladding and a corrugated roof. Separated into two room the first is used as workshop/storage. The second room as storage and contains the original cider press.

Workshop/Store

3.25m x 2.17m (10'7 x 7'1 )

Attached to the side of the property is a recently built workshop/store built to externally match the cider barn and is accessed via a door to each side.

Former Chicken Shed

9.16m x 3.59m (30'0 x 11'9 )

Built on brick plinths this timer framed former chicken house provides great storage. It has doors at either end and windows running the full length to the south side.

DIRECTIONS

From the Allan Morris office in Great Malvern proceed in a southerly direction along the top of Belle Vue Terrace and onto the Wells Road. After some distance turn left onto the Hanley Road in the direction of Hanley Swan and the Three Counties Showground. Turn right just after the showground at the traffic lights on to Blackmore Park Road. Continue to the next crossroads and continue straight over. Take the first turning on the left after reaching the brow of the hill into Brotheridge Green Lane. The entrance to the property can be found on the right hand side just after the sharp right hand bend as indicated by the Allan Morris 'For Sale' board.

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