Prospect CottageNETHERLEY LANE BERROW WORCESTERSHIRE/GLOUCESTERSHIRE BORDERS
NETHERLEY LANE BERROW
Traditional Worcestershire cottage
Porch Reception hall & study Drawing room
Living/dining room Kitchen Utility Cloakroom
Master bedroom with en suite bathroom
Two further bedrooms Family bathroom
The Barn: Bedroom four with en suite bathroom
Bedroom five with en suite shower room Laundry
Attractive gardens Detached single garage
In all about acre (0.2 hectares)
Great Malvern 9 miles Worcester 15 miles M50 (J2) 4 miles
M5 (J8) 10 miles Cheltenham 17 miles
(All distances are approximate)
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last page of the text.
Situation Prospect Cottage is situated on the edge of glorious
countryside just south of The Malvern Hills. It stands on a quiet
country lane in the scattered hamlet of Berrow that has an
attractive church dating back to Norman Times.
The nearby villages of Pendock, Red Marley DAbitot and
Welland offer excellent village amenities, whilst everyday
requirements are met in the market towns of Ledbury, Great
Malvern and Tewkesbury.
More specialist shopping is offered in Worcester City which is
only 15 miles away and of course, Cheltenham, which is well
renowned for its selection of high class shops.
This rural location is ideal as it has good access to regional
centres and major communication links. The M50 at Junction
2 is within 4 miles providing a direct route to the M5 Corridor,
which has good access to Birmingham, Gloucester and Bristol
conurbations. Mainline rail services operate from Ledbury,
Malvern and Worcester, with connections to Birmingham and
Local foot and bridle paths provide excellent walking and riding
in some of Worcestershires more stunning countryside and
nearby is excellent riding over Castlemorton Common.
For sale freehold Prospect Cottage is a delightful mellow red brick cottage
that has a carved stone plaque to its front elevation
dated 1877. Originally a traditional farmers cottage it
has been carefully extended in 1994 to what is now a
wonderful country home.
The large windows give a great feeling of space and light
particularly to the main reception rooms.
The extension has created a fine drawing room with its
large brick inglenook fireplace that has a Clearview log
burner at its centre. A pair of french doors lead out onto
a south facing patio area and a large, floor to ceiling
window with views on to the large rear garden.
At the heart of the cottage is the large living/dining room
with exposed timber framing and front door that leads to
the gardens. There is a Clearview logburner inset in the
fireplace and a bressummer beam above.
The fully fitted kitchen has contemporary painted oak wall and
floor mounted units with a full range of fitted Neff appliances.
The kitchen has an exposed stone wall to one side.
Exposed timbers and beams are throughout the cottage.
The reception hall is spacious and comfortably allows plenty of
room to have a study area.
The utility has an exceptionally large bread oven that may
indicate that Prospect Cottage may have done the baking for
On the first floor the new extension has created a fine master
bedroom. This enjoys the pleasant outlook over the gardens
through the willow trees to Bredon Hill in the distance.
A large en suite bathroom enjoys an aspect across open
countryside to the full length of the Malvern Hills. The en suite
bathroom is tastefully fitted with twin wash hand basins in a
vanity unit and has beech wood tops.
The two further bedrooms share the family bathroom.
The detached barn replaced existing outbuildings and was
completely rebuilt in 2000.
It offers excellent ancillary accommodation that is currently
used as bedrooms four and five. They are both en suite; one
having a shower room and the other having a bathroom. In
between the two bedrooms is a large laundry.
There is great potential to use this barn for a variety of other
Outside The detached barn and Prospect Cottage create an attractive
courtyard which has flagstone paviours and climbing roses to
The front gardens have a Cotswold stone wall and are
The borders are fully planted and mature.
To the far end is a summer house and a number of fruit trees.
The whole garden here is enclosed by a tall hedgerow providing
privacy and seclusion.
The front elevation of Prospect Cottage has climbing roses,
honeysuckle and a pergola to the patio which has a pink
clematis climbing over it.
The rear lawn is large and provides a good expanse of garden.
The driveway is gravelled and leads from the lane through
double field gates.
There is space for parking and turning in front of the detached
single garage. A log store is to the side.
ServicesMains water and electricity. Private drainage. Oil fired central and
water heating from the new Worcester Bosch boiler. BT telephone.
Fixtures and fittings All those items mentioned in the sales particulars are included in
the sale; all others are specifically excluded, but may be available
by way of separate negotiation.
Local AuthorityMalvern Hills District Council: 01684 892700
DirectionsFrom Junction 8 of the M5, continue westwards along the M50.
Exit the M50 at Junction 2 and head southwards on the A417
to Gloucester. After approximately mile, take the left turning
and pass through the hamlets of Cobbs Cross and Kings Green.
After approximately 2 miles you will reach Camers Green and the
T-Junction for the Gloucester road. Turn right here and continue
for approximately mile. Take the left into Berrow village and turn
right onto Netherley Lane. Prospect Cottage is on your left hand
side after 300 yards.
Approximate Gross Internal Floor Area
Cottage 157 sq m (1,690 sq ft)
Annexe 4 7 sq m (506 sq ft)
Total 204 sq m (2,196 sq ft)
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of fact. Attention is drawn to the Important Notice on the last page of the
text of the Particulars
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