Queenhill, Upton upon Severn – £425,000
A spacious and versatile attached three bedroom barn conversion with double garage, private gardens and small paddock with summer house in a semi rural location. The accommodation comprises; recessed porch, entrance hall, vaulted ceiling sitting room with glass fronted multi-fuel burner, open plan to dining room, fitted kitchen open plan with breakfast room (previously bedroom four) cloakroom, master bedroom with en-suite, two further bedrooms, main bathroom. The property benefits from oil-fired central heating and triple glazing. Gardens to front and rear with paved seating areas in each. Double garage and block paved parking. Small paddock with great southerly views and a Scandinavian solid wood summer house with oak flooring. Click for more details >
Upper Howsell Road, Malvern – £575 pcm
A well presented first floor apartment in a convenient location close to Malvern Link offered to let furnished or unfurnished. The accommodation comprises; Entrance hall, walk in storage cupboard, Lounge/dining room with balcony, kitchen with fridge, freezer, washing machine & electric oven & hob, two double bedrooms, bathroom with shower over bath,. Further benefits include gas fired central heating, garage & communal gardens. EPC D. Available immediately. 12 month contract. Click for more details >
Drury Lane, Redmarley – £350,000
A well presented and extended detached bungalow, situated in a popular semi-rural and village location. Comprising: entrance hallway, sitting room, dining room, breakfast kitchen, two ground floor bedrooms and a bathroom. To the first floor are two further double bedrooms, both with en-suite shower rooms. The property has a double garage and workshop, driveway for 3-4 cars and generous and well-maintained gardens to the side and rear. An internal viewing is essential to appreciate the position and accommodation on offer. Offered for sale with no onward chain. Click for more details >
“Victoria kept me well updated with everything…”
“Everything has been really good, we were happy with the valuation we had with Victoria, we sold after the first day of been on the market and Victoria has kept me well updated with everything. No issues at all with the service.” – S Clark
“Christian was very efficient during the valuation…”
“Christian was very helpful and efficient during the valuation, he was very professional and I received the paperwork afterwards.” – J Green, H O’Brien
“Rachel & Jo were very helpful…”
“The service was absolutely brilliant during the purchase of the property, I was kept well updated with everything. Very happy with the contact I had with Rachael and Jo, they were very helpful. No issues at all with the service.” – B Ingram
I have just been reading J K Rowling’s Harry Potter books to my daughter that contain the Sorting Hat at Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry. When a new student puts on the hat it tells him or her to which of the four houses – Gryffindor, Hufflepuff, Ravenclaw or Slytherin – they are most suited.
Well a property is just like the Sorting Hat. It’s as if it instinctively knows whether it’s right for you – and you for it. All you have to do is listen carefully to the conversation the property is having with your inner self.This is important, as you don’t want to be put in the wrong house. You want to be somewhere which fits your personality, as well as your pocket and your spatial needs.
Of course every now and then even Sorting Hats can become a bit confused by the choice. Just look at what the electorate Sorting Hat has done with the 2017 general election! It may even have to have another go sooner rather than later. Yes there are many things to be confused about, especially in property. And it’s not just about finding the right home for you. What about the market? Then there’s Brexit, the economy, schools, transport, mortgages and even the neighbours. And what about prices are they going up or down? When is the right time to buy?
But finding the right home can magically make many of these concerns disappear. That is because, apart from our families and ourselves, our homes are one of the most important things in our lives. Our homes protect and nurture us. They keep us warm. They keep us secure. They inspire us. Why do we become homesick when we are away for too long? When we are away we like to create a home-from-home and find somewhere that is homely. We have home thoughts and like home cooking. We certainly like home comforts. When we look for somewhere to live we home in on a place that we can call home-sweet-home, for our home is our castle.
Yes the property market is important. But more so is belonging to the right house. So this weekend why not forget the general election and Brexit negotiations for a while. Go and try on a house and let it tell you if you should move or not.
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The Beeches, Upton-upon-Severn – £195,000
A semi detached bungalow situated in a popular area close to Upton centre and its range of amenities. The property which invites modernisation, briefly comprises of entrance hallway, living room, kitchen, two bedrooms and bathroom. Further benefits include having front and rear gardens, driveway providing off road parking and a garage. Offered for sale with no onward chain.
Oakland Close, Upton upon Severn – £650 pcm
A very well presented unfurnished end terraced house in a quiet location close to Upton upon Severn. The accommodation comprises; kitchen with electric cooker & gas hob, lounge with patio doors to garden, two bedrooms, bathroom with shower over bath. Further benefits include gas fired central heating , double glazing, garden, garage and off road parking. EPC C. Available immediately. Click for more details >