Barry Bufton FRICS - Estate Agent - Auctioneer - Valuer - Bromyard, Herefordshire
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Malvern Oak Close, CRADLEY

Ref: BB003335

Bedrooms: 3

On a no through road facing an amenity area on the edge of the popular village of Cradley about 5 miles Malvern, 8 Ledbury, 8 Bromyard and 11 Worcester.

For Sale: £365,000
Under Offer

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Property Type & Style: House - Detached

Accommodation: Verandah Style Porch, Hall, 18’ Lounge, Dining Kitchen, Utility, Master Bedroom En-Suite, Two Further Bedrooms, Bathroom, Parking, Single Garage, Attractive Landscaped Rear Garden with Southerly Aspect. EPC – B

Overview: A Spacious Superbly Presented Three-Bedroom Detached Bungalow Built in 2021 with Seven Years NHBC Guarantee Remaining. Mains Gas Central Heating, uPVC Frame Double Glazing, Fitted Kitchen with Appliances, Fitted Carpets or Karndean Flooring and Solar Panels.

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is on a no through estate road facing an amenity area. It is on the edge of the attractive popular village of Cradley which is on Herefordshire/Worcestershire borders set amidst beautiful rolling countryside. The village has its own historic church and half-timbered village hall, shop, Royal British Legion Club with regular activities, doctors’ surgery, primary school and public house. Approx. 5 miles Malvern, 8 Ledbury, 8 Bromyard, 11 Worcester and 17 Hereford.

This spacious detached bungalow, which is in superb order, was built in 2021 and there are seven years of the NHBC guarantee remaining. It has full mains gas central heating to radiators with thermostats, uPVC frame double glazed windows and external doors, fitted kitchen with appliances, fitted carpets or Karndean floor. The vendor installed a side door from the kitchen to the drive in 2021. The good-sized lounge has a south facing window and French doors overlooking the attractive rear garden.

Outside there is a tarmac drive/parking area leading to the single garage with its electrically operated up and over door, attractive frontage and a landscaped two-tier garden to the rear which has a southerly aspect.

The accommodation, with approximate measurements, comprises:

WIDE VERANDAH STYLE PORCH fronted by railings each side of an opening. Quarry tile floor, outside light and front door to the


Radiator, central heating thermostat and Karndean light wood board style flooring. Double doors to

CLOAKS CUPBOARD with light, rail and shelf.

LOUNGE (18’9” x 11’1”)

Fitted carpet, stone effect timber fireplace surround with hearth housing an electric living flame fire. Radiator, window and French doors with a southerly aspect overlooking the attractive rear garden.

DINING KITCHEN (14’10” x 11’2”)

Range of base and wall units of cupboards and drawers with light grey fronts, integral eye level electric cooker, integral dishwasher, integral fridge and freezer, work surface with tiled splashback, inset 4-ring electric induction hob with splashback and stainless steel chimney style extractor over, under wall unit lighting. Karndean light wood board style flooring, radiator, 6 inset ceiling lights, mains gas boiler in a wall cupboard, window facing the amenity area and part glazed door with outside canopy to the tarmac drive.

Opening to the

UTILITY AREA with base and wall unit of cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine, work surface, inset stainless steel sink and mixer tap. Light wood board style flooring, radiator and window.


Fitted carpet, radiator, double doors to built-in wardrobe with hanging rail and shelf, windows to side and to rear garden with views through to open fields and Malvern Hills. Door to


Double shower of glazed screen, non-slip tray, grab handles and tiled walls. Hand basin with tiled splashback and shaving light over, WC. Karndean light wood board style flooring, ladder style towel rail/radiator, three inset ceiling lights and window.

BEDROOM 2 (11’2” x 11’1” including wardrobes) Fitted carpet, radiator, two sets of double doors to built-in unit, one with hanging rail and shelf and one with a range of shelves. Radiator and window to front.

BEDROOM 3 (11’1” x 7’5”)

Fitted carpets, radiator, switch for outside canopy, window with view through to hills.


White suite of panelled bath with glazed screen, tiling, mixer taps and shower over, WC, hand basin set on a vanity unit with tiled splashback and shaver point over. Light wood board style flooring, ladder style towel rail/radiator, extractor and window.

An opening from the estate road to a tarmac brick edged

DRIVE/PARKING AREA leading to the detached brick built

SINGLE GARAGE with electric up and over garage door complete with handset operator, concrete floor, light and power points. An outside light and sensor illuminates the drive.

From the pavement the bungalow has a full width low picket fence to a stone style paved path leading to the porch. Each side there are slate borders with stone style paved paths.

This is attractively landscaped being on two tiers with a southerly aspect and bounded by brick walls, lap fences and a trimmed fir hedge for privacy.

It comprises an upper tier/terrace of paving, an electrically operated wide awning with handset operator, low brick wall and wrought iron railings. A slope of non-slip paving with handrails and brick walls each side topped by wrought iron railings to the lower garden area.

Gravelled paths with brick edging around a shaped lawn and stone style paved circular feature. Slate borders of shrubs and four young fruit trees.

To the rear of the garage and fronting the lower garden is a timber SUMMERHOUSE of verandah, door with windows each side to sitting room.

These are on the rear roof with its southerly aspect. They are owned by the present vendor and they will pass with the property. The electricity produced feeds into the house supply with the excess feeding into a battery in the loft space for future use in the bungalow. Any excess will feed directly to the grid. Any electricity fed into the grid is paid for via the electric provider.

SERVICES Mains electricity, gas, water and drainage.


From the main Worcester/Hereford A4103 road turn onto the B4220 road signed Cradley. Keep going straight on past the Royal British Legion Club and the village shop. Take the turn on the right into Pixiefields, first right, first left, first right, first left, then keep to the right of the Malvern Oak Close sign and the property is on the right opposite the amenity area.

Strictly by prior appointment with the Agent on 01885 482171.

The Agent has not tested any apparatus, equipment, fixtures and fittings or services and so cannot verify that they are in working order or fit for the purpose. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor or Surveyor. References to the Tenure of a Property are based on information supplied by the Seller. The Agent has not had sight of the title documents. A Buyer is advised to obtain verification from their Solicitor. Items shown in photographs are NOT included unless specifically mentioned within the sales particulars. They may however be available by separate negotiation. Buyers must check the availability of any property and make an appointment to view before embarking on any journey to see a property.