Mr Clarke thinks :
It’s just a stone's throw away from the Malvern Common…
It’s the incredible space and lovely ambience that make Summerfield Court such a great home. It’s utterly peaceful here, which might come as a surprise as you’re set just off of the main road, and a hop away from Malvern Common where you can throw your picnic rug down, kick off your shoes and sit amongst the trees.
Walking though the double gated entrance to your own front door, you’ll notice as soon as you turn the key that this home is deceptively generous. The entrance hall has enough space for a coat stand to throw your jacket as well as any shopping bags. There’s just a few steps down into the sitting room which will leave you in awe.
You can get snuggly in this commodious room. Pop the fire on and catch up with your favourite magazine. It’s wonderfully quiet here. Boasting cornice, high ceilings and large windows; you can have a break all day long here watching the wildlife. You could pop table and chairs here allowing you to gaze out towards the communal tiered garden and the tops of the trees that line Worcester Road.
Next-door lies the kitchen which has plenty of cupboard space as well as worktop area. It’s a great place to rustle up an afternoon tea for your guests who will come to admire your new home.
Mrs Clarke loves :
…which is just a short walk from my favourite pub: Nag’s Head!
Across the hallway lies another treat; the capacious bedroom oozing charm. If you ever wanted a chaise, this is your chance to kick back with your favourite podcast and enjoy your sumptuous surroundings. Popping into the bathroom, the high ceiling here gives a presence of space, with its double vanity wash basins you could imagine yourself in a posh hotel!
Whether you’re a first time buyer or downsizer, you will revel in the space and light. You’ll also love being so close to local bakeries where you can pick up your early morning croissant, and go for a cycle over the magnificent Malvern Hills. On clear, fine days you can see for miles, which is something that the setting has in common with the home.
- Three words : Space. Charm. Ambience.
Our favourite part
Personality in a place is important, and this home has lots of it.
From the hills...
There are many delights locally, especially a walk on the Malvern Hills, an area of outstanding natural beauty and on a clear day, admire the views of the Severn Valley to the East and Wales to the West. Great Malvern is a Victorian town with delightful cafés and restaurants, a wealth of culinary delights. The theatre covers entertainment for all ages with its west end productions and Christmas pantos are perfect for children and adults alike. Pop over the hill to Ledbury to view its significant number of timber framed houses including the outstanding market house built in 1671, voted as one of the best places for Christmas shopping with its large selection of independent shops. Upton upon Severn sits on the banks of the River Severn with a host of independent shops, cafés and restaurants, a place to while away those long summer days. It is also famous for its many music festivals held throughout the year, particularly the Blues Festival, which attracts thousands of visitors from all across the UK and beyond.
Cotswold Road is handy for all network links, Great Malvern and Malvern Link station offer a good service to national train links, both M5 and M50 are less than half an hour’s drive away with links to London the Midlands, the North and Wales, an ideal situation for travel and commuting to your place of work.
There are several schools in the vicinity, Great Malvern primary school in Lydes road can easily be walked to, with The Grove and Malvern Parish just a little further away. There are many opportunities for educating your children. For secondary education Malvern has two schools and there are also several private schools so you are spoilt for choice!
- Post Office: 1
- Stores: Lots of local independents.
- City life: Worcester city centre is easily accessible by car or train that gives the delight of its Cathedral steeped in history and the many other attractions which visitors flock to see all year round.
- Parking: Private parking space.
- Tenure: Leasehold with 993 years remaining.