The original cottage dates from the late 16th century. The current owners have transformed the house into a stylish, spacious and practical family home. The main house was extended in the 1990's and again in the 2000's.
There is underfloor heating both upstairs and downstairs except for the drawing room and siting room. There is hardwood joinery throughout the house including a bespoke oak staircase.
The triple aspect, 28 foot kitchen has a solid wood floor, oil and electric Aga range cookers, a range of bespoke fitted cupboards with granite worktops and a large island unit. French doors open to a south facing terrace with views towards the Malvern Hills. There is also a well-equipped utility room.
The drawing room has exposed ceiling timbers and a feature fireplace with wood burning stove and leads through to a garden room, glazed on three sides, overlooking the outdoor swimming pool with French doors opening to the garden.
There are five double bedrooms and five bathrooms on first floor as well as a shower room on the ground floor.
An electric gated entrance opens onto a cobbled driveway and parking area that leads to a detached double garage with room above. The building has independent central heating, hot water and a shower room.
The stunning, two storey, oak framed pool house, has underfloor heating throughout and a fully fitted kitchen, two shower rooms and a 32 foot, double height reception room glazed on two sides. It is a fabulous entertaining space and would convert easily.
The garden has mature boundary hedges and some fine specimen trees. It has level lawns and the swimming pool. Beyond the garden is a paddock of about ¾ of an acre has its own access.
Malvern 5 miles, Upton-upon-Severn 4½ miles, Worcester 11 miles, M50 (J2) 6 miles, (All distances are aproximate)
Morton Green Cottage is situated on a private no-through road in a peaceful hamlet on the edge of Castlemorton Common.
The house is just 5 miles to the east of the spa town of Malvern and is well positioned for access to Worcester and the Birmingham conurbation, with easy access to the motorway network and direct mainline train links to Birmingham and London. There are international airports at Birmingham and Bristol.
The Malvern Hills, designated an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, are the dominant feature of the landscape. Great Malvern is a popular cultural centre with a renowned theatre and has good shopping facilities, a Waitrose superstore in the town centre as well as wide range of independent retailers on a busy high street.
There is excellent schooling nearby from both the private and state sectors.