A handsome Grade II listed detached Georgian house where period character combines with contemporary living space. The current owners renovated the house in 2011 and had a truly eye-catching extension built, creating a light and airy modern l-shaped kitchen/dining room with a sumptuous family bathroom and master en suite. Above.
Throughout the house sash windows fill the rooms with light and other features include, exposed brickwork to certain rooms, high ceilings, wide skirting boards, traditional fireplaces on the top floor and the staircase has a wreath handrail.
A handmade modern door with a fan light above opens to the entrance hall off which is a cloaks cupboard and a shower room/utility room. It leads through to the superb kitchen/dining room which is fitted with a fully equipped modern gloss kitchen. The bespoke sliding doors open to the terrace and the same ceramic floor tiles in the kitchen can be found on the terrace providing a seamless flow from inside to outside. Two roof lanterns also fill the room with light. By contrast the sitting room, which is off the kitchen, is of a traditional style with the focal point being the feature fireplace with a marble surround. There is a further reception room at the front of the house with a stone surround fireplace. There is also a cellar providing useful storage space.
Upstairs are four double bedrooms with the master bedroom having the benefit of an en suite. The other bedrooms are served by a sumptuous family bathroom which has a floor to ceiling window and is fitted with a contemporary bath, corner shower and vanity wash hand basin.
Pillared contemporary wrought iron gates open to secure gravel parking and a paved path extends to the front door. To the rear is an upper tiled terrace with steps down to a lower lawn and a contemporary summerhouse along with side access to the front of the house.
Worcester City Centre ½ mile, M5 (J6) 4 miles, M5 (J7) 3 miles, Cheltenham 25 miles, Birmingham 31 miles (distances approximate)
Located in the heart of Worcester city, 11 Britannia Square is situated on the west side of this desirable Square of 19th century houses, located in a conservation area overlooking the racecourse.
The historic Square is not only handsome in its architectural appearance, but each house has its own individual characteristics and charm. It is 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.
Worcester Foregate Street Station is a short walk away and provides mainline trains to Birmingham and London.
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.
Property web display addressBritannia Square, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR1