Shrawley, Worcester


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A Delightful Grade II Listed 17th Century Black & White Semi-Detached Cottage in Desirable Rural Locaton, Set Well Back from the Road Behind Extensive Gardens with Substantial Detached Garage. No Upwards Chain.

* Exposed Timbers Throughout

* 17' Living Room

* Sitting/ Dining Room with Brick Fireplace

* Splendid 17' x 13' Master Bedroom

* Ground Floor Bathroom

* Long Galley Kitchen

Front Porch

1.12m x 0.99m (3'8 x 3'3 )

Sitting Room

3.86m x 3.71m (12'8 x 12'2 )

Living Room

5.28m x 2.74m (17'4 x 9'0 )

Galley Kitchen

4.98m x 1.45m (16'4 x 4'9 )

Side Hall

1.63m x 1.52m (5'4 x 5'0 )


1.96m x 1.83m (6'5 x 6'0 )

Bedroom One

4.04m x 5.33m inc wardrobes (13'3 x 17'6 inc war

Bedroom Two

3.48m x 2.08m (11'5 x 6'10 )

Detached Garage

5.31m x 4.09m (17'5 x 13'5 )

This lovely 'chocolate box' country cottage provides an ideal retreat from the rat-race, situated in the sought after village of Shrawley, set well back in an elevated position out of sight of the road which passes through the village.

Access over the lengthy block paved access drive is shared with two other properties, whilst a private driveway and a garage belonging to the property for sale is situated to the front of the cottage.

Hampton Cottage is Grade II listed and understood to date from the 17th Century, originally comprising three separate cottages. In more recent times there have been only two cottages of which No.1 forms the major part. All of the garden land and drive to the front belongs to No.1, whilst conversely to the rear is a driveway and garden belonging to No.2

Indeed the extensive front gardens are a hugely attractive feature of the property, hard landscaped with paved & gravelled areas inset with various plantings and including a timber summer house.

The property itself has been largely well maintained, though there is admittedly scope to update the decor and fit more contemporary fixtures & fittings as desired. Mains electricity and water are connected whilst drainage is to own septic tank. Electric storage heating is installed and windows are mainly single glazed in wooden frames, though some feature upvc double glazed units.

The front entrance porch gives way to a sitting or dining room with a brick feature fireplace incorporating log burner.

A staircase leads off from this room to the first floor whilst there is also access to the kitchen and additionally a pair of saloon doors lead through to the living room.

The living room measures over 17' in length and has a more modern feature fireplace plus exposed timber beams to the ceiling and a useful inbuilt storage cupboard.

The rear galley kitchen has a grey colour theme with door into the side hallway which has space and plumbing for a washing machine and also gives access to the bathroom, featuring white suite comprising hand basin, low level wc and panelled bath with electric shower above.

To the first floor the master bedroom is of excellent proportions, with full length range of fitted wardrobes and feature chimney breast. The second bedroom also benefits from in-built double wardrobe space.

Outside there is parking for 2/3 cars in front of the modern detached garage which is of good proportions with vehicular and pedestrian access doors, three windows and loft space.

This charming property will appeal to a wide range of purchasers including professional couples, retirement buyers or those interested in a rental income. The cottage is available with vacant possession upon completion.

Council tax is payable to Malvern Hills Council, rated as Band B.

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