Impressive development of two bedroom apartments and one four bedroom house in a historic building, retaining many original features and offering luxurious accommodation and benefiting from two parking spaces located within easy reach of Great Malvern.
- Ten Year Structural ICW Warranty
- Private Terrace
- Master Bedroom with En-Suite
- Lovingly Restored
- High Specification NEF Appliances in the Kitchen
- Two Car Parking Spaces
- Share of the Freehold
- Luxurious Finish
History Behind Holyrood House
In 1842, Dr. James Wilson and Dr. James Manby Gully, leading exponents of hydrotherapy, set up clinics in Malvern (Holyrood House for women and Tudor House for men). It is believed that Florence Nightingale and Charles Darwin availed themselves of water treatments at these establishments. Malvern expanded rapidly as a residential spa, and several large hotels and many of the large villas found in the area date from its heyday.
Great Malvern is a short distance away where a broad range of shops, cafes, restaurants, banks and other services can be found, including the Malvern Splash leisure centre and swimming pool, Great Malvern railway station, the highly respected Malvern Theatre and Waitrose supermarket.
The property is also well placed for some of the finest independent and state schools, with Malvern having an excellent reputation for the schooling it has to offer. These include Malvern College, Malvern St James and The Downs in the private sector, and The Wyche Primary and The Chase High School in the state sector.
With its' famous hills, Malvern is notably a beauty spot and provides a gateway to the Malvern Hills. The unspoilt countryside of both the Malvern Hills and the surrounding areas provides a wealth of recreational opportunities for locals and tourists alike. The popular Three Counties Showground offers a variety of events throughout the year, including gardening, agricultural and antique shows.
Malvern has good road links to both the M5 (J7) and M50 (J1 &2) motorway networks, making Worcester, Hereford, Birmingham and Bristol fall within easy commuting distance. A train from Great Malvern station can take you directly to Birmingham New Street, Oxford and London Paddington.
Impressive two bedroom apartment in a historic building, retaining many original features and offering luxurious accommodation, en-suite to master bedroom, open living space and kitchen diner. The property also benefits from two parking spaces.
Communal Entrance Hall
Private front door leading to entrance hall
Store cupboard, staircase leading up to landing area
Doors leading to cloakroom and living room
Living Room 14' 5" x 24' 2" ( 4.39m x 7.37m )
Kitchen 11' 3" x 8' 4" ( 3.43m x 2.54m )
Bespoke kitchen fitted by Bank Kitchens incorporating Shaker units and Silestone Quartz worktops. Integrated Neff oven, hob and integrated appliances.
Bedroom One 18' 5" x 13' 9" ( 5.61m x 4.19m )
En - Suite
Shower tray, Hansgrohe shower and taps, duel flush, WC.
Bedroom Two 13' 11" x 8' 2" ( 4.24m x 2.49m )
Shower tray, Slipp bath, Hansgrohe shower and taps, duel flush, WC.
Handmade Swinto Solid Bathstone feature fireplace with gas effect wood burner, gas central heating.
Fibre optic cable has been connected to this property.
Two allocated car parking spaces
External images shown are a CGI. Internal images shown are of the 'Priory Suite' which is one of the properties within the conversion.
All mains services are connected to the property.
The three purchasers of Holyrood House will become directors and share holders of the management company once the last of the three units is sold. They will then set their own service charge. The lease will run until 1st July 3003.