3 White House Court, Suckley


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
Situated in the desirable rural area of Suckley, within catchment for the Outstanding primary school, this semi detached barn conversion offers spacious well maintained accommodation with a wealth of exposed timbers. The property briefly comprises: Entrance hall, large living room, an attractive refitted kitchen with dining area, home office/snug, utility room and WC. To the first floor are four bedrooms, the master with an en suite shower room. The gardens are a particular feature, being of a generous size on a level plot and boasting lovely views over open countryside. The property further benefits from a detached double garage and additional parking. EPC D55

Canopied Entrance Porch

Hardwood door leading to entrance hall

Entrance Hall

Open balustrade return staircase rising to the first floor radiator exposed ceiling timbers and doors to all rooms. Under stairs storage cupboard.


Comprising of low flush WC. Pedestal wash hand basin, radiator, double glaze window to front aspect. Exposed ceiling timbers and feature red brick wall.

L Shaped Kitchen Diner

Measured as two rooms with the maximum width measurement being 17'9 (5.41m)

Dining Area

4.07 x 2.93

Radiator, wooden double glazed window to front aspect, oak flooring and exposed ceiling timbers. Eye and base level storage cupboard and opening leading through to the kitchen.

Kitchen Area

2.89 x 2.85

Fitted with a range of cream fronted I and base level storage units with beech work services over. Integrated AEG dishwasher, stainless steel 1 bowl sink unit with mixer tap. Double glazed wooden window to rear aspect enjoying views across the gardens and the countryside beyond. Space for a Range Master style stove with chrome and glass extractor canopy over. Space for upright fridge freezer. Expose ceiling timbers and radiator. From the dining area the oak flooring continues through to the kitchen area. Door to:

Utility Room

2.48 x 2.36

Plumbing for two washing machine with work surface over. Wall mounted Ferroli central heating boiler. Eye level wooden unit and a further glass fronted storage cupboard. Cupboard housing electric fuse board and meter. Half glazed door to rear garden, radiator and exposed ceiling timbers.

Home Office/Snug

2.45 x 3.93

Exposed ceiling beam and timbers. 2 x wooden double glazed windows to the rear aspect, single radiator and TV aerial point

Living Room

5.48 x 5.18

A fabulous light and airy room with two wooden double glazed window to the front aspect and a further two wooden French doors leading to the patio area and gardens beyond. Four wall light points and TV aerial point. Two radiators.

First Floor Landing

From the hallway the return staircase rises to the first floor with double glazed wooden window to front aspect,, access to loft space, radiator and airing cupboard with slatted shelving. Doors to all rooms, exposed wall timbers.

Master Bedroom

5.71 x 4.50

I lovely light and airy room with two large Velux Windows to both front and rear aspect is enjoying views of the surrounding countryside. Radiator and exposed beams. Built-in bedroom furniture incorporating double wardrobe dressing table and storage cupboards.

En Suite

Velux window to front aspect. Low flush WC. Pedestal wash hand basin, mirror fronted medicine cabinet above and shaver light point. Corner tiled shower cubicle with mains shower, exposed wall and ceiling timbers and radiator.

Bedroom Two

5.45 x 2.58

Velux window to rear aspect with lovely views, exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Radiator.

Bedroom Three

5.35 x 2.85

Velux window to front aspect, exposed ceiling timbers and radiator.

Bedroom Four

2.52 x 2.41

Velux window to rear aspect, exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Single radiator.


White bathroom suite comprising of a shaped panelled bath with mixer taps and shower attachment over, curved shower screen door. Oval wash hand basin insert into a vanity cupboard with storage to one side and below. Low flush WC. Exposed wall and ceiling timbers. Velex window to rear aspect and radiator.


Outside to the front a tarmac driveway leads to the detached garage with wooden doors and a further gravel driveway leads to a wooden five bar gate and access to the rear gardens with an additional gravelled hard standing parking area.

A paved pathway leads through The small wooden front gate and to the lawned foregarden. There are two seating areas and an external water tap. The front gardens are enclosed with wooden panel fencing.

Double Garage

5.19 x 4.88

Brick and beam construction under a tiled pitched roof . 2x double wooden doors, power and light.

Outside to the Rear

From the living room French doors access is gained to the paved patio area which leads onto the lawn and enclosed gardens.

The generous level plot is enclosed with mature hedging and wooden panel fencing. With a mature Ash and Lime tree, the gardens enjoy views across to the Suckley hills.

Additional Information

We have been advised by our client that The Threshing Barn is within the boundary of the curtilage listed to the White House.

The whole complex are on a reed bed drainage system. A monthly figure of £60 per month is payable to the public limited company for the upkeep of the communal roads and drainage system.

The property benefits from gas central heating and the LPG tank is situated adjacent to the gardens concealed behind a brick wall.


From Denny & Salmond office proceed onto the A449 towards Worcester, turn left onto North Malvern road and right onto Cowleigh road (B4219). Continue along until reaching the T junction where you turn left onto Herefrord road (A4103). After passing the Red Lion Pub on the left hand side take the next right hand turn, sign posted for Suckley. Continue along this road until you reach a staggered cross roads and proceed straight over. Continue along this road, passing through Suckley and Holloways Garden Centre on the left, then White House Court will be located on the right hand side. Turning into the private access road the 2nd driveway on the left leads to the garage and parking for number 3 - The Threshing Barn.


Our client advises us that the property is Freehold however should you proceed to purchase this property these details must be confirmed via your solicitor within the pre-contract enquiries.

Council Tax

We understand that this property is council tax band E.

This information may have been obtained via www.voa.gov.uk and applicants are advised to make their own enquiries before proceeding as Denny & Salmond will not be held responsible for any inaccurate information.

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