The lovely curved bays, crisp white finish and flat roof speak of this house’s Art Deco origins.

It is a distinctive presence on Malvern Road in the St John’s area of Worcester .

The gardens are almost as impressive as the house, having been beautifully landscaped.

The front driveway has been gravelled over, which means there is plenty of room for cars to park. In the centre of the driveway there is an island feature.

Entrance porches lead into a reception hallway with parquet flooring, coving and dado railing.

A substantial sitting room at the front of the house has a curved bay to it. The most striking feature though is the ornate fireplace with colourful tiles and mantle over. Coving and a ceiling rose add to the decor of the room.

An inner hallway has a deep storage cupboard and downstairs guest cloakroom with toilet.

In the kitchen/breakfast room units and cupboards have been fitted, including some with curves that echo those of the outside of the house . They are topped by granite work surfaces.

It has an integrated dishwasher and washing machine, a Rangemaster with tiled splash back and extractor hood above, granite work surfaces over, recessed lighting, space for fridge freezer and an integrated wine rack.

A dining room with original parquet flooring can be reached from the sitting room or kitchen. To one end there is an opening into the biggest of the reception rooms – the conservatory/family room. This is a versatile space with stone flooring and glazed doors out to the patio. From the inner hallway there is a door with access into a potential annexe.

This additional accommodation includes a kitchen/utility with a range of base units with rolled edge work surfaces over, sink, and space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer.

A garage with Velux skylight could be incorporated into the main part of the potential annexe, if required.

A wet room features a shower area, toilet and pedestal basin.

An additional room on the ground floor of the house could be used as another sitting room or an office. It has patio doors and looks out over the garden.

On the landing there is access to the bedrooms, a door to the second floor and one to a built-in airing cupboard.

A master bedroom suite includes a walk-in dressing room and an en suite shower room with modern style recessed shower, toilet and vanity basin.

There are three more double bedrooms on this floor, one with bay window and built-in wardrobes, another with vanity basin.

In the family bathroom there is a rolled top bath with central Victorian style mixer tap and hand shower, tiled walk-in shower cubicle, toilet and pedestal basin.

On the second floor there is a fifth bedroom. This has a door with access out to the large flat roof top terrace.

At 28’5” by 27’4” it would be a great social space or simply somewhere to relax while enjoying far reaching views towards the Malvern Hills and over the back garden. The latter can be accessed via the conservatory or additional sitting room off the potential annexe.

It has a central patio, further gravel seating area, with ornamental pond, raised decked area and courtesy lighting.

The patio then continues onto a central gravelled pathway leading to a further seating area with pergola.

A lawn continues to the far end of the garden, where there is hard standing for sheds, chicken coup and play space.

The final part of the garden has various raised beds for vegetables and a vegetable plot .

The garden is just under half an acre.

VIEWING INFORMATION

AGENT: Allan Morris

TEL: 01905 612266

WEB: www.allan-morris.co.uk

GUIDE PRICE: £725,000