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Summary of Features
AcreageIn all 1.95 Acres.
SituationSituated within the picturesque Severn Valley in west Worcestershire, Little Clevelode is equidistant between Malvern and Upton-upon-Severn, with the renowned Malvern Hills providing a spectacular backdrop to this small, rural hamlet. A mainline station at Malvern provides regular service to London (Paddington), and Worcester, Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Birmingham are all within easy travelling distance. With great outdoor space on your doorstep, this is an area which offers a wonderful, rural quality of life with great accessibility.
Little Portocks End
Little Portocks End Ctd.
ServicesMains electricity and water, oil-fired central heating & private drainage to a septic tank.
BroadbandFibre broadband is connected (c. 70 Mbps).
Council TaxBand "F" (£2,885 for 2022/23).
Local AuthorityMalvern Hills District Council: 01684 862413.
ListingThis property is not Listed.
FloodingThere is no history of flooding or risk of same from the River Severn. This property is in an elevated location and not close to the river.
AccessAccess is shared over the neighbour's property. There is a formal, single user right of way leading to this property and the paddocks.
LocalThere is a good country pub at Guarlford (11/2 miles). Great Malvern is only a short drive away and provides a broad range of facilities to meet most day-to-day requirements, including a variety of independent shops, Waitrose supermarket, galleries & restaurants as well as a highly respected theatre and cinema. Upton-upon-Severn also offers a good range of amenities, including several convenience stores, art galleries, a famous map shop, lovely old book shops, and a variety of pubs and restaurants. For more extensive retail and cultural therapy, Worcester, Cheltenham and Birmingham are easily accessible.
RecreationalGood riverside walks are easily accessible, and the spectacular Malvern Hills are nearby, providing a wealth of sporting and recreational opportunities. Malvern has a leisure & spa complex, tennis club and a popular golf club (Worcestershire Golf Club), and the nearby Three Counties Showground hosts a wide variety of year-round events. Worcester is easily accessible and the popular market town of Ledbury is just over the Hills. The pretty, riverside town of Upton-upon-Severn has a Marina (the largest on the River Severn), a rugby club and hosts the annual Jazz and Blues Festivals.
DirectionsFrom Malvern: Head east via Church Street on the B4211, through Barnards Green to Guarlford. Immediately after Guarlford, fork left on to Rhydd Rd/Clevelode Lane, continue to the end/T junction. Turn right on to the B4424 for 0.30 miles, after passing Riverside Caravan Park turn right into a private walled entrance for Portocks End. Proceed straight ahead to this property, there is no sale board.
ViewingsBy prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341. Viewings to commence from w/c 6 March.