Bank Street, Stoke Bliss, Tenbury Wells

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
This 4 bedroom period detached cottage which sits in 0.88 of an acre of gardens and grounds is rurally located in a popular edge of village location midway between Tenbury Wells and Bromyard. Accommodation full of charm and character benefitting from mainly double glazing and oil fired was extended by the current owners in late 1990's using where possible reclaimed materials and includes Reception Porch, Living Room with beams and inglenook, Kitchen, Dining Room, Utility Room, Cloakroom, First Floor Landing with 4 Bedrooms and House Bathroom. EPC Rating D. Viewing highly recommended

Stoke Bliss is a popular village with Church, Village Hall and active local community. The pretty market town of Tenbury Wells is just over 6 miles in distance and Bromyard just over 7 miles both offering a good range of facilities.

The property is approached into a


with windows to frontage and glazed door to

Living Room

6.85m x 3.66m (22'5 x 12'0 )

full of character with ceiling beam, ceiling timbers, large inglenook fireplace with stone features, former bread oven, heavy beam over and a Villager wood burning stove fitted. There are 2 windows to front elevation


4.65m x 3.37m (15'3 x 11'0 )

with heavily beamed and timbered ceiling and exposed brickwork. The kitchen is nicely fitted with a matching range of units with French oak having heat resistant work surfaces and tiled splash backs, stainless steel sink unit, electric hob with double electric oven below, integrated fridge and freezer. Double opening doors through to the

Dining Room

3.80m x 3.38m (12'5 x 11'1 )

a lovely light room with French doors and 2 sets of windows overlooking the garden, timbered ceiling and exposed brickwork

Utility Room

2.27m x 1.70m (7'5 x 5'6 )

with door and window to rear elevation, quarry tiled floor and Worcester Greenstar oil fired boiler is housed here and heats domestic hot water and radiators together with space and plumbing for a washing machine. Double doors to useful Pantry Cupboard with shelves


with window to rear, quarry tiled floor and a suite in white of wc and wash hand basin

First Floor Landing

with 2 Velux roof windows, access to roof space, exposed stonework, exposed brick work, half door into eaves storage, large linen cupboard with shelving and radiator

Bedroom 1

3.90m x 3.38m (12'9 x 11'1 )

with window to frontage and a lovely view over the property s extensive garden, exposed brickwork, double doors into wardrobe cupboard with hanging rail and shelf

Bedroom 2

3.52m x 3.52m (11'6 x 11'6 )

with window to frontage, Velux roof window to rear

Bedroom 3

3.78m x 2.56m (12'4 x 8'4 )

with window to side, exposed ceiling beam and door into shelved cupboard

Bedroom 4

2.38m x 2.10m (7'9 x 6'10 )

with window to side, exposed ceiling timber and access to roof space


3.31m x 1.66m (10'10 x 5'5 )

with window to frontage and a suite in white of wc, pedestal wash hand basin, panelled bath with shower screen, shower over, tiled splash backs and exposed timbers


The property is approached via a 6 bar gate over a gravelled driveway which provides extensive parking and in turn leads up the side of the property to where a Car Port can be found. Also off the driveway a pathway leads to front door and there is a pretty garden with circular lawned feature and paved seating. The gardens extend to 0.88 of an acre and in the main are level lawned gardens. However there is a banked section with trees and plants, a selection of garden sheds and views from the gardens can be enjoyed over open farmland, with the gardens running down to Kyre brook. There is also a small orchard area with trees to include cooking apples, eating apples, damsons and plums together with a wildlife pond


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, oil fired heating to radiators. Windows are double glazed with the exception of the French doors in the dining room. Flood risk very low. Broadband speeds 20 80 Mbps

Local Authority:

Malvern Hills, tax band D

Agents Notes:

The current vendor has owned the property for in excess of 25 years, however in 2007 the property suffered from a flash flood with approximately 1 inches of water coming into the ground floor. Since then there have been no issues or problems.


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