The Drive, Powick, Worcester


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Semi rural position on the edge of the village of Colletts Green, a well laid out village built in the 60s with lots of space and a village green. There is easy access to Worcester and Malvern with the countryside on your doorstep with an abundance of footpaths, ideal for walking and cycling. The local school is highly regarded and within walking distance, with two pubs also in the village. The semi-detached house has lots of space and light, spacious and upgraded accommodation and delightful views.


Recessed porch over UPVC front door with stained glass opening to:


2.77m x 3.81m (9'1 x 12'5 )

A welcoming light and airy hallway, with a feature arched UPVC window to front aspect overlooking front garden, open tread staircase to first floor with glass panels, understairs storage cupboard housing the gas meter, hanging space for coats, radiator and thermostat, power points, door to:


Side aspect UPVC window, low level wc, wall-mounted Barbican sink, radiator, shelving


5.26m x 3.04m (17'3 x 9'11 )

An extended dual aspect kitchen leading to a connecting snug, has recently been completely modernised and refitted in Fitzroy Porcelain White with plentiful storage and silk granite surfaces throughout. The new kitchen was designed and installed by Malvern Kitchen Studios and was specifically made to measure, The Bosch appliances are built in and include a 50/50 fridge/freezer, multi-function oven in stainless steel, electric hob with a 60cm pyramid hood, and carbon filters over, dishwasher and washing machine, all with 3 years of guarantees remaining. There is a very useful 2 x 35 litre bin system with soft close. Under mounted Franke stainless steel sink and drainer unit with Eiger tap in silk steel. Television point and microwave point in cupboard. Space for a large dining table to seat 8-12 people 2 stylish ceramic handmade wall light fittings with dimmer switch. Inselt halogen ceiling lighting with 3 way switch. Plenty of additional power points Feature bay window overlooking the back garden. Modern fuse box over units. Art select Spring Oak Karndean flooring and a grey vertical radiator.


2.92m x 3.21m (9'6 x 10'6 )

Large opening from kitchen to snug. Large window facing west and overlooking the front garden with vertical blinds. Matching handmade ceramic light shade on central fitting and dimmer switch. Power points with USB ports. White vertical radiator.


4.70m x 3.79m (15'5 x 12'5 )

East facing lounge with French windows opening to and overlooking the rear garden, with a long side window letting in more light. Fireplace with marble hearth and open fire with bucket underneath for ashes. Large radiator, television point, high end Karndean Dawn Oak Art Select flooring for heavy use.



Wooden stairs with modern glass under banister and silver fittings, floor to ceiling storage cupboard with shelving, used to be for the hot water cylinder.


4.71m x 3.81m, max, narrowing to 3.34m (15'5 x 12

Rear facing UPVC window with radiator below overlooks rear garden, 8 section floor to ceiling fitted 'Nolte' wardrobes with 2 long mirrors. 9 drawer fitted chest of drawers with soft closures, mirror over and lighting in alcove, television and power points with USB ports.


3.03m x 3.08m (9'11 x 10'1 )

UPVC window to the rear aspect overlooking rear garden, built in wardrobe with shelving and hanging space, radiator, power points with USB ports.


3.20m x 1.93m (10'5 x 6'3 )

Currently used as a study but previously used as a bedroom for many years. Front facing UPVC windows with a westerly aspect, useful understairs storage cupboard with shelving and extra storage space, radiator and power points.


2.58m x 2.18m (8'5 x 7'1 )

Side aspect, obscured UPVC window, cast iron bath with overhead Aqualisa shower, white sink and toilet. Walk-in cupboard housing 3 year old Worcester Bosch Greenstar boiler and plenty of shelving and floor space. Radiator and hot water pipes under the floor creating the feel of underfloor heating.



7.10m x 2.59m (23'3 x 8'5 )

Fire door and solid staircase leads to loft bedroom. Dormer window with views over the back garden and Colletts Green houses. This useful room has storage all along the left (with lighting) and right hand sides as well as into the gable (with lighting) on the right hand side. There are 2 feature alcoves with beams at the far end. Two large feature light pine wood velux windows, recently fitted, bring light and views into this versatile space. Views of countryside extend to the Malvern Hills, Suckley Hills and Clee Hill. There is a mature oak tree belonging to the neighbouring property which is well maintained and attracts birds, visible from the loft windows.


2 The Drive occupies a substantial corner plot which has been nurtured and planted by the current owner. There is a small fence surrounding the front garden and mature shrubs and roses. There are two raised beds and a large productive strawberry plot and further room for growing fruit and vegetables.

To the front of the property is a gravel area which the owner uses to park a car, although the kerb has not been dropped. Bin storage area and three large Camelias to the left of the front door.

The side gate with 'Pilgrim' rose over, leads to storage area for bins and compost bins and a paved patio area. There is a large area devoted to vegetable growing, which has been well nurtured over 25 years of ownership with care taken to avoid slug pellets and chemicals. There is a mature pond inhabited by frogs who live in the garden and keep the slugs to an absolute minimum.

At the far corner is an archway leading to a bark area used for outdoor seating, surrounded by honeysuckle, rhododendrons and plants to attract bees and butterflies. The mature Amelanchier produces berries for the birds in late spring. There are also two sheds, one with power and light and a log store.


There is a private drive leading to a single garage in a block, with a metal up and over door. Parking is possible in front of the garage.


Leave Malvern on the A449 heading towards Worcester. Just before the dual carriageway section of the A449 at Powick take a left hand turn into Sparrowhall Lane, continue for a short distance taking the second available turning on the right into The Drive where number 2 can be found immediately on the right hand side as indicated by the agents For Sale board. From Worcester follow the A449 towards Malvern. At the traffic lights by the Four Seasons turn right into Old Malvern Road, then the first left into The Drive. Follow to the end, where number 2 can be found on the left, indicated by the agents For Sale board. For more information or to book a viewing, please call the Malvern office of Allan Morris on 01684 561411.

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Allan Morris - Malvern

3/3A Worcester Road, Malvern, Worcestershire

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