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Little Portocks End
Little Portocks End, Little Clevelode, Malvern, Worcestershire, WR13 6PE
Spacious 5 bedroom, period barn conversion with great views plus garden & paddocks of 2 Acres. 1.95 Acres Offers over £860,000
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Key Features
  • Large period barn conversion (3,167 sq ft)
  • 5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, +4 reception rooms
  • Good potential for self-contained annexe
  • 1.65 acres of paddocks, garden, garage parking

Summary of Features


Large period barn conversion (3,167 sq ft)
5 bedrooms, 4 bathrooms, +4 reception rooms
Recently refurbished, well-presented, great views
Good potential for self-contained annexe
1.65 acres of paddock land
Generous garden, parking & large garage

Acreage

In all 2 Acres.

Location


Mileages: Malvern & Upton-upon-Severn 4 miles, Worcester & Colwall 7 miles, Tewkesbury & Ledbury 111/4 miles, Gloucester & Cheltenham 22 miles, Birmingham 361/2 miles
Road Links: M5 (Jct 7) 71/2 miles & M50 (Jct 1) 8 miles
Railway Stations: Malvern & Worcester/Parkway
Airports: Birmingham (421/2 miles) & Bristol (65 miles)

Situation

Situated 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 rural hamlet. A mainline station at Malvern provides regular service to London (Paddington). Worcester, Gloucester, Cheltenham, and Birmingham are also 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


This attractive, attached period barn conversion dates from the late 1800's and whilst not Listed it retains much character and is set in spacious garden, grounds, and paddocks.
A generous sized home that extends to 3,167 sq ft of living space with ample bedrooms, bathrooms and living space.
The impressive, vaulted entrance hall welcomes visitors to this homely property and leads to two good sized reception rooms and a conservatory, all with a Westerly aspect to the private garden and super vista beyond.
A large kitchen with dining area and central island forms the heart of this spacious home. Steps lead to the "East wing" where there is ample utility space, rear doors, and ancillary rooms. An internal door links to the large garage with workshop. Patio doors open from the kitchen to the West facing garden, a walled garden lies to the north side.

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An impressive staircase leads from the entrance hall to an equally superior large landing with seating area.
Four generous bedrooms and three bathrooms are located on the main "West wing".
The fifth guest suite is accessed via separate stairs to the "East wing".

Annexe Potential


The "East wing" offers good scope to easily create a self-contained annexe. With four ground floor rooms and stairs to a spacious bedroom suite, there is a separate entrance door, services are readily available.

The Outside


The access drive leads off the B4424 and is shared between the few neighbouring properties. This opens to a private gravelled drive to this property, over which there is a formal right of way.
A large single garage and workshop is attached to the "East wing" with an internal door linking to the house.
A private walled courtyard provides a sheltered entrance to the property with ample parking space.
A right of way over the neighbouring property gives vehicular access to the paddocks, which lie West of the house.
The level garden and grounds comprise 0.30 acres and borders the paddock land. The grounds host a poly tunnel and vegetable garden together with a private summer house.
The land provides 1.70 acres of pasture in 3 paddocks with mains water to all.

Services

Mains electricity and water, oil-fired central heating & private drainage to a septic tank.

Broadband

Fibre broadband is connected (c. 70 Mbps d/l).

Council Tax

Band "F" (estimated £2,985 for 2024/25).

Local Authority

Malvern Hills District Council: 01684 862413.

Tenure

Freehold.

Listing

This property is not Listed.

EPC

Rated "E", potential for "C".

Flooding

There is no history of flooding or risk of such from the River Severn. This property is in an elevated location and not near the river.

Access

Access is shared over the neighbour's property. There is a formal, single user right of way leading to this property and the paddocks.

Schools


Primary: Malvern, Madresfield, Further information is available at: www.worcestershire.gov.uk
Secondary: Malvern, Hanley Castle. Further information is available at: www.worcestershire.gov.uk
Independent: Colwall, Malvern, Worcester, Cheltenham & Gloucester have some outstanding independent schools. Further information available at: www.isc.co.uk

Local

There 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.

Recreational

Good 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.

Postcode

WR13 6PE.

Directions

From Malvern: Head east through Barnards Green to Guarlford. Take the first left fork 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 on the left, turn right into a private walled entrance for Portocks End. Proceed straight ahead to this property, there is no sale board.

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Viewings

By prior appointment only via Grant & Co Estate Agents on 01531 637341. Initial viewings to be conducted on Tuesday afternoons, Wednesdays and Saturday mornings.