A Unique Detached Victorian Property, Dating Back To 1908, This Former Pump House Has Undergone An Extensive Refurbishment Over The Last Two Years To Create A Unique Home, Blending Victorian and Contemporary Style. The Accommodation Offers; Open Plan Living/Dining Space, Modern Fitted Kitchen, Downstairs WC, Rear Hall, Two Bedrooms With En-Suites, Ample Parking & Low Maintenance Garden With Open Views. EPC 'C'
Upton upon Severn is an historic riverside town serving a wide rural catchment area with a thriving tourist industry, due to hosting many well known festivals throughout the year. The town is approximately 8 miles from Malvern, 10 miles from Worcester and 6 miles from Tewkesbury. Access to Junction 1 of the M50 is approximately 3 miles distant which links to the M5 motorway. There are mainline railway stations located at both Worcester and Malvern.
The Old Pump House is a unique and unusual detached property located in a central position within the town, yet commanding open views over green space and towards the Malvern Hills in the distance. The building was originally built to house two steam engines and operated as Upton's main pump house until around 1970.
This attractive, brick built Victorian home has benefited from extensive and thoughtful refurbishment by the present owners to offer modern, light & open plan living with a spacious living/dining area, modern and well fitted kitchen, downstairs WC, rear hall and upstairs there are two en-suite bedrooms. There is also cellar storage, ample parking and a landscaped, low maintenance garden.
The property is approached from New Street, through private, electric gates, into an attractive gravelled parking area with an attractive stone centre circle feature. There is ample parking for several vehicles.
Reclaimed brick steps lead to the pump houses's original front door, circa 1908, with decorative arch glass panelling above and reclaimed bulk-head lighting to either side.
Original refurbished wooden front double door with arched glass panel over. Reclaimed brick steps leading to door. Lantern lights lighting up the steps and reclaimed bulk head lights (originally from the bomb factory in Hereford) either side of the door. Steps up to the light and spacious contemporary open-plan living and dining area with kitchen area adjoining. Porcelain tiled flooring in entrance area and kitchen with underfloor heating. Engineered oak flooring to dining area and sitting room space. Powder coated aluminium windows to front overlooking fields and hills beyond with oak veneer window sills. Window to side overlooking lawned area to the rear. Recessed ceiling spotlights throughout. Copper sockets and reclaimed brass and copper light switch panel circa 1920.
Sitting Room Area 23.32ft (7.11m) max x 18.34ft (5.59m) max total for main living space on ground floor
Window overlooking the front of the property, with open views beyond and two windows overlooking the driveway area to the side of the property. Oak veneer window sills. Engineered oak flooring. Wall mounted designer Pheonix cast vertical radiator. Oak door through to rear entrance hall. Oak door through to downstairs WC/ utility area
Utility Area with WC 5.25ft (1.60m) x 5.74ft (1.75m)
With tiled stone flooring, low level WC with wash hand basin and storage cupboard under. Recessed ceiling lights. Space and plumbing for washing machine. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail. Extractor fan. Wall mounted mirrored corner storage cabinet.
With a semi- open layout leading from the dining area, the kitchen has been cleverly designed to provide maximum storage and cooking space. Underfoot there is tiled flooring with the convenience of underfloor heating along with solid oak worktops and upstands, a range of gloss anthracite base units, wall units (with effect lighting under) and drawers. Cook and Lewis stainless steel sink with black glass draining board and mixer tap over. Copper sockets. Rangemaster 900mm stove with electric oven and 5 burner gas hob with extractor hood over. Freestanding American style fridge freezer. Recessed ceiling spotlighting.
Leading from the Sitting Room Area; Rear wooden door to outside. Engineered oak flooring. Door to storage cupboard housing wall mounted Baxi combination boiler and consumer unit. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Wall mounted radiator. Cellar hatch with stairs down leading to further storage area.
Stairs rising to first floor landing with half arched window, engineered oak flooring, radiator and recessed spotlights.
Reclaimed maple flooring, panel radiator, bulkhead lighting and further storage room. The cellar has a cavity drain system.
Master Bedroom 14.92ft (4.55m) max x 10.66ft (3.25m) max
Reclaimed maple flooring. Two velux windows with views over neighbouring open space and towards the Malvern Hills in the distance. Feature sloping ceiling. Recessed ceiling spotlights. Original feature round window overlooking driveway. Brass light switch panel. Radiator. Open wardrobe area with sloping ceiling above. Door through to;
En Suite Bathroom
Feature sloping ceilings with recessed 'daylight' strip lighting. Phoenix white freestanding bath with waterfall mixer tap over. Corner shower cubical with Pheonix monsoon shower head over and separate detachable shower head. Chrome ladder style heated towel rail. Corner sink unit with tiled surround and cupboard under. Corner shaver unit with glass panel drawers. Extractor fan. Tiled flooring.
Bedroom Two 8.33ft (2.54m) max x 13.09ft (3.99m) max
Double glazed Velux window with views and further feature round window with rear aspect. Reclaimed maple flooring. Recessed wardrobe storage with hanging rail. Radiator. Door through to;
En Suite Shower Room
Corner shower with sliding curved glass doors. Triton wall mounted shower with monsoon shower head. Velux window to the rear. Low level WC and corner wash hand basin with storage unit under and mixer tap with built-in LED. Feature 'Daylight' strip lighting
The property is positioned in the centre of a plot totalling approximately 0.2 acres (not verified), with an ample parking area and an electric gated front entrance. Designed with low maintenance in mind, there is an extensive 'in and out' driveway with feature reclaimed brick built island, LED lantern lighting and brick edged raised beds to the front and side boundaries.
The properties main entrance is positioned to the right hand side of the property and also provides for a pleasant outside seating area to enjoy views over the open fields adjoining the boundary to this side of the property. At the rear is a further artificial grass lawned area edged with railway sleepers and raised flower beds. The garden area is boundaried by panelled fencing to two sides.
We have been advised that mains services are connected to the property. This information has not been checked with the respective service providers and interested parties may wish to make their own enquiries with the relevant local authority. No statement relating to services or appliances should be taken to infer that such items are in satisfactory working order and intending occupiers are advised to satisfy themselves where necessary.
On foot from the agents office, turn right along the High Street, taking a right into New Street. Continue to the bottom of New Street and the property is located on your left hand side after a row of terrace town houses. It is set back from the road and is indicated by the agents For Sale board.
council tax band "C"
This information may have been obtained by telephone call only and applicants are advised to consider obtaining written confirmation.
Energy Performance Certificate
The EPC rating for this property is C (79).
By appointment to be made through the Agent's Upton upon Severn Office, Tel: General
Intending purchasers will be required to produce identification documentation and proof of funding in order to comply with The Money Laundering, Terrorist Financing and Transfer of Funds Regulations 2017. More information can be made available upon request.
John Goodwin frics has made every effort to ensure that measurements and particulars are accurate however prospective purchases/tenants must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the accuracy of the information provided. No information with regard to planning use, structural integrity, tenure, availability/operation, business rates, services or appliances has been formerly verified and therefore prospective purchasers/tenants are requested to seek validation of all such matters prior to submitting a formal or informal intention to purchase/lease the property or enter into any contract.
We are advised (subject to legal confirmation) that the property is freehold.
Unique Detached Victorian Former Pump House
Extensive And Sympathetic Refurbishment Program
Modern Open Plan Living/Dining Space
Two Bedrooms Both With En-Suites
Located In The Riverside Town of Upton upon Severn
Ample Parking and Low Maintenance Landscaped Garden
EPC Rating 'C'