Thorneloe Bank is a substantial Grade II listed red brick town house dating from about 1820. The light and airy living space has a host of original features that you would expect of that era coupled with modern contemporary finish.
The front door with elegant period fanlight above leads to a porch and a single storey, glazed boot room, leading to the handsome double doors which open into the well-proportioned hallway. Beyond the boot room is the utility room which in turn has a door to the walled garden at the rear of the house.
In addition to the spacious and elegant drawing room, kitchen breakfast room has been re-fitted and includes a breakfast island, two Belfast sinks, Rangemaster gas oven and hob, integrated dishwasher and space for a fridge freezer.
There is a large elegant living room on the ground floor which is used as a sitting room with French doors opening to the walled garden.
On the first floor are three double bedrooms served by a re-fitted shower room. On the second floor are two further bedrooms and bathrooms one of which includes a superb master bedroom suite including a dressing room and an en suite bathroom fitted with a walk-in double shower with a roll top bath.
There is a staircase to a large and easily accessed attic playroom and the dry basement provides two further rooms, currently a gym and music room along with useful storage space.
The charming multi-level paved walled garden at the rear of the house faces south and west. It includes feature raised beds and a barbeque station with a gas and a charcoal barbeque and attached garden shed.
There is off street parking for three cars at the front of the house.
Central Worcester ½ mile, M5 (J7) 3 miles, Cheltenham 25 miles, Birmingham 30 miles (All distances are approximate)
Thorneloe Bank is located in a prime position a short distance from Worcester City centre. It is only a short walk to the River Severn and Worcester Racecourse, which as well as horse racing also provides excellent recreation space. Footpaths along the river lead to the County cricket ground and Worcester Cathedral. For the sporting enthusiast, there is also Premiership rugby at Sixways.
Worcester Foregate Street Station is a short walk away and provides mainline trains to Birmingham and London with the M5 corridor is accessed at Junction 6 and 7.
Worcester has good schools with the Royal Grammar School (rgs Worcester) and the King's School all within walking and cycling distance.