Credit to Alan Jackson for spotting a gem of a property in a great location – this 1970s Wychewood four bedroom hillside house in Malvern, Worcestershire.
Wychewood is located on the edge of the Malvern Hills, with that hillside location meaning wonderful views of the surrounding scenery, specifically the Severn Valley to Bredon Hill and the Cotswold Range beyond. That’s a big selling point. It’s also not far from Great Malvern, if you want a bit of life too.
Access to the house is via a pedestrian path alongside the integrated single garage. The entrance porch has wood flooring, which leads to the main accommodation, spread out over three floors.
The main (and large) living room has patio doors opening to a balcony to the rear of the property for more of those views. There’s also a kitchen with integrated hob and oven, a cloaks cupboard and guest WC. Stairs lead down from the main living room to the lower ground floor, which offers up the master suite with dressing area and en-suite bathroom, along with a side conservatory, family bathroom with separate WC and study/occasional bedroom. To the second lower ground floor there is a further double bedroom, ‘Jack and Jill style’ en-suite WC, utility area and bedroom three.
Outside there is a hillside garden with a patio terrace and planted sloped beds. Continuing round to the side of the property there are further raised planted beds and the whole garden is enclosed by a hedged walled and fenced perimeter.
The interior needs a bit of work, that’s for sure, but the layout offers plenty of space and the opportunity to convert it into a very cool period home. Offers in the region of £325,000 should secure it.