29 Cockshot Road, Malvern – £1,950 pcm
A beautifully presented spacious five bedroom detached home in a sought after location close to Great Malvern town Centre. The accommodation comprises; Ground floor- Entrance hall, lounge with gas fire & patio doors to rear garden, dining room, study, kitchen/breakfast room with induction hob, double oven, microwave, dishwasher & fridge/freezer, utility room with space & plumbing for washing machine & space for tumble dryer, garden room with beautiful views over garden- First Floor- Master bedroom with dressing area & ensuite bathroom with bath& separate shower, spacious double bedroom with ensuite shower room & built in wardrobes, two further double bedrooms with built in wardrobes & one smaller bedroom with built in cupboard, family bathroom with WC, wash hand basin, bidet, bath & separate shower. The property further benefits from gas fired central heating, double glazing, ample parking & double garage with electric doors. The gardens to the property are very well maintained with a large patio area & lawns on two levels. Available early February. EPC D. Click for more details >
Acton Green, Acton Beauchamp, Acton Beauchamp Worcester – £499,950
An extended detached family home over three floors with large private landscaped gardens in a semi rural location yet within easy reach of Malvern, Worcester or Bromyard. The accommodation comprises; reception hall, cloakroom, large sitting room with log burner, study, refitted extended dining kitchen, P-shaped conservatory dining room, utility, four bedrooms on two floors with two ensuites and a family bathroom. Further benefits include; central heating, double glazing, block paved off road parking for numerous vehicles and a large private rear garden which has been extensively and imaginatively landscaped to include water features, entertaining areas, specimen plants and garden sheds and playhouse. Viewing a must to appreciate the home and gardens on offer. Click for more details >
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“The service has been great, we are planning to move ahead early spring and will be in touch with you then. My husband was happy with the valuation and the contact he had with Christian.” – S Bradshaw
“Absolutely fantastic service!”
“Absolutely fantastic service, are are really pleased. Kate has been fantastic, I have no complaints at all, she is always on the ball, knows exactly what she is doing and clearly very good at her job” – Mrs Hawthorne
Did you know?
Allan Morris Malvern & Upton are the top selling office in our area for 2017!
Richard Ashton of Allan Morris comments on the Chancellor of the Exchequer’s autumn budget and whether it means a happy 2018 for the housing market.
Well the 2017 autumn budget arrived and the Chancellor, Phillip Hammond made a series of changes designed to help the housing sector.
Abolishing stamp duty for first time buyers – including those purchasing properties up to £300,000 outside London – is a huge step in the right direction in helping thousands of people afford their first homes, and an early present for those already in the process of purchasing!
The Chancellor had listened to the property industry and made this important change. I can’t imagine my letter sent to him published previously was the only reason, but it may have helped!! He has also started on a path to create more new homes by easing planning obstructions and questioning those developers who may hoard land.
All this is good news, and gives some positives for the housing market this year. But governments often refer to housing as a catch-all subject when it is really several different topics: specifically- new home construction, the rental sector and the pre-owned property sales.
Building new homes is crucial to help ease demand. But so too is making the process of buying and selling homes further up the market chain easier and cheaper as this will stimulate activity and create movement.
A workforce made inflexible because of property market inertia cannot be helpful to lift the economy. Taking the stamp duty away from first time buyers brings welcome opportunities and advantages in that sector. But that doesn’t help second, third or fourth time buyers. At some stage first time buyers usually want to step up. If they are then prevented from doing so through the disincentive of high stamp duty this will create a logjam that will affect the entire market.
So perhaps in the next budget the rest of the market could be given a kick-start too through lower stamp duty.
This also seems a good opportunity to wish all those who follow us and all those we have helped to move in 2017, a happy New Year and a hope for a positive 2018!
To any who are thinking of making a move this year or even just want to chat property, if you would like a valuation or to discuss options please give us a call on 01684 561411 or email me firstname.lastname@example.org
Our Christmas Closing Times
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas & a Happy New Year from all the team here at Allan Morris Malvern & Upton!
Please note that we close at lunchtime on Friday 22nd December. We are then open from 27th to 29th of December from 10am – 3pm. We are open business as normal from Tuesday 2nd January 2018.
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“Top marks for the wonderful personalities of everyone in your offices, you are fully committed and enthusiastic without being pushy. And had a fantastic understanding of our situation.” – Mrs Bowkett
Belmont Road, Malvern – £625 pcm
A well presented mid terrace unfurnished house in a convenient location. The property in brief comprises of lounge, dining room opening to kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom. The property also benefits from having an enclosed rear garden and gas fired central heating. EPC D – Available mid January 2018. Click for more details >
North End Lane, Malvern – £345,000
A well maintained detached property situated in a popular residential location, well placed for the shops and amenities of Barnards Green and Malvern Link. Comprising: entrance hallway, sitting room open plan to dining room, kitchen, downstairs cloakroom, first floor landing, four bedrooms and a family shower room, larger than average garage, paved driveway and extensive rear and side gardens with a large timber summerhouse and views of the Malvern Hills. The property also overlooks the grounds of the local Cricket Club. Located on the edge of Malvern and benefits from a wide variety of local amenities and transport links. The property has potential to extend and would benefit from some modernisation. We highly recommend an early viewing of the well proportioned family home. Click for more details >