Wells Road, Great Malvern

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
The Priory Suite is an elegant four bedroom townhouse forming the major part of the stunning Holyrood House. Offering 2,499 sq ft of refurbished living space, with great attention to retaining as many original features as possible of this historic Grade II Listed building.

The accommodation includes a full length hallway with Italian stone tiling, light and airy double bay windowed sitting room with fireplace, large dining room, luxuriously refitted kitchen, four bedrooms, two en-suites and a main bathroom. The full width covered balcony provides stunning views over Great Malvern to Bredon Hill and the Cotswolds. Parking is provides for two cars.

Situated in the heart of historic Great Malvern, a thriving spa town with a wide range of independent shops and cafes, high street favourites like Waitrose and a mainline train station all within walking distance. Malvern is alive with culture, from Malvern theatres with its full calendar of events, farmers markets, guided walks and arts fairs. The Malvern Hills, an area of Outstanding Natural Beauty are all on the doorstep offering beautiful scenery for gentle walks to an array of sporting activities.


The Grade II Listed building is steeped in history and dates back to 1842 when it was founded as a hydrotherapy clinic by the two leading pioneers of this particular treatment, Dr James Wilson and Dr James Manby Gully. It is believed that Florence Nightingale and Charles Darwin enjoyed water treatments at Holyrood House. Malvern expanded as a residential spa and several large hotels and many of the large villas found in the area date from these times.


Great Malvern sits amid the famous Malvern Hills, parts of which have been designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. With over 100 miles of bridal ways and footpaths to explore, the Malvern hills offer an unrivalled experience for lovers of outdoor life with activities to suit all tastes and abilities. Now a thriving modern town, Malvern is alive with culture, festivals, music and theatre. A stroll away from the property are a good mix of High Street favourites and independent retailers. On the outskirts of town, Malvern Retail Park offers established names such as Marks and Spencer, Next and Boots. Commuting further afield is easy with nearby access to the M5 motorway and the town benefits from two train stations running regular services to Birmingham, Worcester, Cheltenham, Bristol and London.


Holyrood House has been lovingly restored by Developers, Blue Horizon. They have extensively researched the history of the property and have worked closely with local planning departments to retain many original features, whilst creating luxurious accommodation.


Turn the key in the original oak front door and an impressive entrance hall with striking Italian tiled flooring and high ceilings flows from the front to rear of the ground floor. The hallway opens onto a grand staircase which has the original slate stairs, all of the reception rooms lead from this hallway, including a downstairs WC and a rear balcony, spanning the length of the property with spectacular views, the perfect place to catch the morning sunshine.

The dining room has the original dual aspect windows, high ceilings and a feature handmade Redmire Bathstone fireplace, perfect for entertaining. Adjoining this is the kitchen, offering a range of bespoke light coloured units with Silestone Quartz worktops and a range of Neff appliances including a dishwasher, Rangemaster oven, fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble drier.

The spacious sitting room is at the rear of the property. High ceilings, attractive wooden flooring, a handmade Yorke Bathstone feature fireplace and working gas effect wood burner, create a grand but homely feel. This elegant room and has panoramic views over Worcestershire, a perfect place to relax, entertain and take in the breath taking scenery.


Travelling up the grand staircase and onto a large landing area leads into four bedrooms and a luxurious family bathroom. The master bedroom benefits from the stunning views and has an en-suite bathroom which has a walk-in shower, vanity unit, WC and a free standing bath which arguably has the best view in the county. Bedroom two has a dressing area together with an en-suite shower room. The further two double bedrooms share the facilities of the family bathroom which has a large walk-in shower, vanity unit and WC.


Two parking spaces found at the rear at lower ground floor level.


Tenure - Leasehold with 900 years remaining. On the sale of the three properties the virtual freehold will be transferred to the three property owners at nil charge, so they will own and control their own property for the duration of the lease, with effectively no ground rent for the duration.

Fixtures and Fittings- Only those items referred to in these particulars are included in the sale price. Other items, such as carpets and curtains may be available by separate negotiation.

Services- Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are connected. Please note that we have not tested any services or appliances and their inclusion in these particulars should not be taken as a warranty.

Outgoing - Local Council: Malvern Hills District Council on 01684 862151

Council Tax Band - TBC

EPC - Current C80 Potential C80


From Allan Morris Office in Great Malvern bear south across Bue Vue Terrace and onto the Wells Road. The property can be found approximately 400 yards on the left hand side where the Allan Morris 'For Sale' board can be seen. For further details or to book a viewing, please call Allan Morris in Malvern on 01684 561411 or email malvern@allan-morris.co.uk

ASKING PRICE - £850.000

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