Tanhouse Lane, Cradley, Malvern


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 6
A stunning listed period cottage and annex in a half acre plot, with outstanding views of the Malvern Hills. Seedwood Cottage offers a fantastic property with the valuable addition of a detached converted barn building that annex or holiday cottage potential with two bedrooms, a further detached timber garage and double carport and a gated plot of 0.5 acres of private gardens. The immaculately and stylishly presented main cottage has a sitting room, study, dining room, cloakroom, hugely impressive breakfast kitchen which is open plan to a garden room, from where to enjoy the view of the Malverns. Upstairs, there are four bedrooms and a family bathroom. The 'Barn' has a large open plan and vaulted living dining space, shower room and bedroom with an additional mezzanine bedroom to the first floor. The gated driveway is extensive, with a timber framed garage and double carport. The property sits in gardens with a southerly aspect, mostly laid to lawn, with an enviable view of the Malvern Hills. A property with character, charm, space and views. With the additional benefit of an annex or income producing holiday cottage.


Wooden porch over wooden front door, opens to:


5.73m x 3.91m (18'9 x 12'9 )

Front facing leaded window, rear facing window, stairs to first floor, wealth of exposed beams and timbers continues throughout the home, built in storage in recess under the stairs. Door to:


1.71m x 1.78m (5'7 x 5'10 )

Two obscured rear facing windows, low level WC, wash basin, radiator, heated towel rail, tiled floor.


6.47m x 3.76m (21'2 x 12'4 )

Dual aspect with front and side facing windows, large feature recessed fireplace with Cast Iron wood burner, television point, two radiators, feature exposed beams and timbers, slight split level with snug area at one end. Wooden latch door to:


3.61m x 1.87m (11'10 x 6'1 )

Dual aspect with side and rear facing windows, radiator, fitted shelving.


7.22m x 5.35m (23'8 x 17'6 )

Beautiful open plan kitchen with double doors opening to the rear garden. Range of wooden eye and base level kitchen units, Quartz worktops, central Island unit and breakfast bar with inset double sink with a mixer tap over, boiling water tap, SMEG electric range cooker with matching extractor hood over, integrated dishwasher, additional integrated NEFF electric oven, large built in larder cupboard, Travertine stone tile flooring with underfloor heating, exposed beams and rope wrapped pillar, spot lighting, open to:


3.33m max x 3.02m (10'11 max x 9'10 )

Full length double glazed windows and double doors that open to the frontage with a fantastic view of the Malvern hills, continued Traventine tile floor with under floor heating. Vaulted ceiling and velux window.


3.09m x 1.64m (10'1 x 5'4 )

Front facing double glazed window, front facing stable door, fitted units with a marble effect worktop, inset Belfast ceramic sink, mixer tap over, space and plumbing for washing machine, additional built in storage, floor mounted oil fired central heating boiler, ceiling beam and spot lighting, ceiling beam and spot lighting, continued Travertine floor.


Long landing with three rear facing windows overlooking the gardens, radiator, exposed beams and timbers, built in storage cupboard with shelving, built in airing cupboard housing hot water tank, access to loft space. Wooden latch doors to:


5.10m max x 4.20m max (16'8 max x 13'9 max)

Rear facing double glazed window overlooking the garden, radiator with window seat cover.


3.30m x 1.74m (10'9 x 5'8 )

Front facing obscure double glazed window, claw foot standing bath with rainwater shower over and glass screen, low level WC, wash basin, heated towel rail and radiator, part tiled walls and decorative tile floor.


4.19m x 2.76m (13'8 x 9'0 )

Front facing window, radiator, painted beams and timbers.


3.75m x 2.23m (12'3 x 7'3 )

Side facing double glazed double windows with an outstanding view towards the Malvern Hills, exposed beams and timbers, radiator, built in double wardrobe.


3.94m x 2.75m max (12'11 x 9'0 max)

Front facing window, radiator, exposed beams and timbers.


Detached barn style building converted into a delightful holiday cottage style annex accommodation, comprising;


7.08m x 5.19m (23'2 x 17'0 )

Dual aspect with large side facing windows leading towards the Malvern hills, front facing windows and doors overlook the gardens and the main house, vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams, oak floor with underfloor heating. Door to:


3.72m x 3.42m (12'2 x 11'2 )

Front facing double glazed window, built in wardrobe with hanging rail, oak floor and underfloor heating, spot lighting.


2.63m x 1.25m (8'7 x 4'1 )

Corner shower cubicle with mixer attached, low level WC, vanity unit with wash basin, heated towel rail, oak floor, extractor fan, spot lighting.


3.45m x 2.17m to purlins (11'3 x 7'1 to purlins)

Velux roof window, exposed timber, spot lighting, oak banister around stairs.


A detached Oak frame outbuilding comprising an open two car carport and a garage with wooden double doors. Additional storage space in the loft area, power and lights.


The property has a gated entrance from the lane onto the extensive stone driveway, which in turn gives access to the cottage, the Barn annex and the garage/carport, while providing ample parking. The cottage is surrounded by enclosed gardens to the side and rear, laid mostly to lawn with high hedgerow boundaries, mature trees and shrub planting. The Barn has its own garden to the fore with space for outside seating and dining, taking in the views.


TENURE: We understand the property to be Freehold but this point should be confirmed by your solicitor.

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS: Only those items referred to in these particulars are included in the sale price. Other items, such as carpets and curtains, may be available by separate arrangement

SERVICES: Mains electricity, water are connected. There is an oil fired central heating system. The drainage is via a septic tank.

Please note that we have not tested any services or appliances and their inclusion in these particulars should not be taken as a warranty.

OUTGOINGS: Local Council: Herefordshire District Council (01684 862151); at the time of marketing the Council Tax Band is: F


SCHOOLS INFORMATION: Local Education Authority: Worcestershire LA: 01905 822700 - Herefordshire LA: 01432 260927




From Worcester take the A4103 Worcester/Hereford Road and go through the villages of Bransford and Leigh Sinton. If coming from Malvern this route can be accessed from the Cowleigh Road which joins the A4103 at Storridge. Proceed along this road for approximately two miles and go past The Red Lion public house on the left. After a left hand turn for Cradley, continue up the hill and past the sign pointing to Bromyard, after a further 500 yards turn left into Tanhouse Lane where the property will be the first property on the right.


Cradley village is well-serviced with many accessible amenities including a post office, butcher's shop, doctor's surgery with pharmacy, church and village hall. Malvern and Ledbury are within easy driving distance and provide a more extensive range of retail, recreational and leisure facilities. Further cultural and retail facilities are also available in Hereford, Worcester and Cheltenham.

Mileages: Malvern 6 miles, Ledbury 9 miles, Worcester 11 miles, Hereford 15 miles, Cheltenham 31 miles, Birmingham 42 miles; Road: M50 (Jct 2) 12 miles, M5 (Jct 7) 14 miles; Railway: Malvern and Ledbury; Airport: Birmingham

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