Redland Road, Malvern – £675 pcm
A very well presented two bedroom mid terraced house set in a convenient location. The property is offered to let unfurnished and comprises; lounge, dining room, kitchen, downstairs bathroom, two double bedrooms, additional loft room and garden. Available end of June 2018. Click for more details >
Court Street, Upton upon Severn – £179,950
An attractive period mid terrace house with carport dated back to 1850’s and situated in the heart of Upton upon Severn within walking distance of all amenities. The Old Courthouse offers character accommodation comprising of: glazed entrance porch, large sitting room/dining room with fireplace and a reclaimed church oak staircase to the first floor, kitchen with integral oven and hob, master bedroom floor to ceiling built in wardrobe, further double bedroom. bathroom, gas central heating, original features, carport offering one parking space and additional storage. This property must be viewed to appreciate the accommodation and character on offer. Click for more details >
St. Andrews Road, Malvern – £385,000
A deceptively spacious and extended link attached property, situated in a popular residential location and close to shops, amenities and open common land. Comprising: entrance porch, hallway, sitting room with fireplace and view of the hills, extended kitchen dining room with vaulted ceiling and access to the gardens, with a breakfast area and utility room. two ground floor bedrooms and a bathroom complete the ground floor. To the first floor are two further bedrooms with a shower and WC on the landing, creating an ideal guest suite. The property has generous gardens, at the front is a landscaped ornamental garden with shrubs and flower borders path and driveway for 3-4 cars that leads to the garage. The rear is a beautifully landscaped and well stocked garden that incorporates a wide variety of plants and trees, fruits and vegetables. A deceptively large and flexible property which we highly recommend viewing to fully appreciate. Click for more details >
Richard Ashton of Allan Morris looks at how important making the right choice of agent is when planning your next property move.
The housing market is forever changing. That is its nature. So our handling of it must be flexible too.
In a fruit and vegetable market we can buy the freshest produce early in the morning at the full price, or at the end of the day we can purchase what no one else has bought at a cheaper rate. The stock market is no different, you can buy, hold or sell depending on what the market is doing.
The property market moves in the same way. There are occasions when there is a lot of property to choose from and buyers have so much choice they can take their time and sometimes be successful with cheeky offers.
But this is not the market we are in now. In the Three Counties it is quite the opposite. Figures show that there are up to half as many properties on the market as there were this time last year – and 2017 wasn’t particularly good for stock. As a country, we still worry about the effects of Brexit and what the future may bring. Many potential sellers are therefore waiting to see what the future holds. So, at present, there is much less choice. Also, with more people chasing each of the fewer properties, there is not so much time to ponder the important buying decisions that need to be made.
So if you are serious about moving, forget a leisurely, late evening, glass-in-hand, browse through your property portal. It is not going to help very much. Because by the time a good property gets onto a portal nowadays you may already have been beaten to it.
Serious buyers behave differently in this market. They know that they need to find a property before it ever reaches a portal – and that the best way to do this is to get to know their local independent estate agent so they can be first in the queue for the pick of the properties.
You see, the local experienced agents know the local market best. They know local people. They know when someone is about to make a move. Then they match who they know wants to sell with who they know wants to buy. Property portals don’t do that. Nor do most of the so-called, on-line ‘local property experts’, who, sadly, often don’t even live and/or work in the same town, never mind the same locality.
So, if you are serious about buying, give us a call and get to know us, your local, well-established, estate agent. You will find our knowledge and experience provide the very best value in professional advice – because it won’t cost you a thing. And if you are selling it’s good value too because unless we do our job and get you moved we won’t charge you a penny. That is our incentive for us to work together towards the same goal.
If you are thinking of moving, give us a call on 01684 561411. In todays market you never know what your home may be worth, and if finding out costs nothing what do you have to lose.
Old Street, Upton upon Severn, Worcester – £180,000
A delightful Grade II period townhouse in the heart of Upton-upon Severn. Comprising: dining room, kitchen, first floor sitting room, bathroom, two double bedrooms to the second floor. The property has a courtyard garden to the rear which leads to a brick built store room that has rear access and is currently used as an office. The property also has a cellar. Recently had a new roof. Located very centrally in the heart of the vibrant town of Upton-upon Severn, this is an ideal property from which to take full advantage of all the town has to offer, or as a holiday let or second home. Must be viewed to be full appreciated. Click for more details >
Lion Court, Worcester – £625 pcm
A very well presented unfurnished two bedroom top floor apartment. The apartment offers an intercom system, hallway, lounge, separate kitchen, bathroom with shower over the bath and two bedrooms. The apartment benefits from double glazing , gas central and garage. Available early mid July. EPC C. Click for more details >
190 Wells Road, Malvern – £685,000
A handsome period property that has been extensively and thoughtfully refurbished by the current owners. The attached property forms part of a former school and hotel and is grade II listed. The impressive accommodation is arranged over four floors and comprises: entrance hallway, sitting room, dining room, dining kitchen with bespoke fitted kitchen, sun room, utility, cloakroom, first floor landing with four double bedrooms, master with en-suite shower room and a family bathroom, with a further three bedrooms to the second floor. The lower ground floor offers two further rooms, a kitchen and a bathroom, that can be arranged as an apartment with independent access. Perfect for a let-able income generator or dependant/joint living arrangements. The property has a lovely landscaped rear garden having been terraced and designed by the vendor, with direct access to the Malvern Hills via a footpath to the side. There is also off road parking for up to four cars. This property is finished to a very high standard and offers flexible and spacious accommodation in a lovingly restored period building, that must be viewed to be fully appreciated. Click for more details >