Detached 1930's Double Gable House, completly modernised

Detached 1930's Double Gable House, completly modernised


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2 Bedrooms
Sleeps 4
2 Bathrooms

About our home

Our house was built on the site of a theatre/concert hall, demolished about 1935. It is high up on west side of the Malvern hills, with uninterrupted views of the Herefordshire countryside and the Welsh hills.
We bought the house three years ago and have extended, refurbished and completely modernised it to high standard.
Malvern is a spar town, famous in Victorian times for the Malvern Water Cure ( perhaps water torture would better describe it ).
The Malvern hills are the main draw these days with fabulous walks and challenging mountain bike tracks. If you are not so energetic there is the well regarded Malvern Theatre and many pubs and restaurants in the town centre which is a five minute drive away.
Historic towns Worcester, Ledbury and Upton upon Severn, where the English civil war was played out, are within a ten mile radius. For serious shopping Birmingham and Cheltenham are an hour away.


More about us

  1. Retired couple, Liz and David

  2. Like good food, Drama, Books, Architecture, Walking

  3. Interested in interior design, renovating property is hobby/interest

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Where is it?


Buzzy restaurants
Cottage in the Wood for upmarket dining, Cafe Zam Zam for exceptional Indian Food (inexpensive BYO ) .
Cool bars
Nags Head ( voted best urban pub in UK), The Swan and The Chase pubs all serve good food and real ale.
Retail therapy
Birmingham , Cheltenham
Bit of culture
Malvern Theatres, Hereford Cathedral (Map of Mundi) , Worcester Cathedral
Walks in the park
Malvern Winter Gardens
Spot of exercise
Malvern Hills 9 miles of walking and mountain bike tacks
Day tripping
Stratford on Avon (Royal Shakespeare Theatre), Cheltenham ( elegant Georgian town), Birmingham ( great shopping, canal side development,) Ludlow, Shropshire medieval market town with three Michelin star restaurants.

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