St. Leonard’s House is a development of six luxury 1 and 2 bedroom new homes with character, restored features and parking conveniently situated close to some of the Malverns' most attractive facilities and surrounding countryside.

Stunning Location

The Malverns are one of the most outstanding locations in England with stunning landscapes, beautiful towns and villages plus a range of a festivals and attractions. The Victorian spa town of Great Malvern lies at the foot of the Malvern Hills but the area also includes the historic riverside town of Upton upon Severn and Tenbury Wells in the beautiful Teme Valley to the north.
The hills themselves link Herefordshire and Worcestershire and are a great destination for walkers of all ages and abilities whether you are interested in a gentle stroll or an energetic trek along the top of the ridge making the most of fantastic views.

Music and Motoring

The area is alive with festivals, theatre and music. Edward Elgar spent much of his life in the area and you can follow a driving route around Elgar country – perhaps even in a classic sports car since another major attraction is the Morgan Motor Company who have manufactured here for over 100 years.

Shopping

There are a wide range of shops and restaurants locally. Malvern Retail Park, featuring Argos, Boots, Halfords, Matalan, Morrisons and Marks & Spencer - is just 5 minutes walk from St Leonard's. The Malvern Link Conservation Area is served by many local shops selling gifts, antiques, clothes, art and jewellery. All combine to give a unique shopping experience.

Transport Connections

Malvern Link is the nearest station, just 15 minutes walk, while the 43 and 44 (plus the X43 & X44 & S43 & S44) bus routes serve the area from Worcester Road every 30 minutes during the day.

Malvern Link station
0.7 miles (4 mins by car)
Waitrose, Malvern
1.9 miles (7 mins by car)
Great Malvern centre
2 miles (8 mins by car)
Malvern theatres
2 miles (8 mins by car)
Worcester centre
6.8 miles (20 mins by car)
M5 (J7- Worcs South)
7.2 miles (14 mins by car)
Hereford
21.6 miles (47 mins by car)

Contemporary living in an atmosphere of Victorian Splendour

Design Standards

The approach adopted in restoring and converting St. Leonard’s House has been to set demanding standards for our discerning future residents. These contemporary apartments will feature designer kitchens and bathrooms with contemporary and traditional fittings. Fully integrated kitchen appliances complement well-designed and specified living interiors. Broadloom carpets, designer flooring, ceramic floor and wall tiles will all blend to meet and exceed purchaser expectations.

New Homes

Each of the six new homes at
St. Leonard’s House will be unique in terms of layout. All homes have been designed to maximise views and light. Whilst St. Leonard’s House will retain many original features, the interiors of the individual homes will reflect a contemporary style.

History

St. Leonard’s House is listed by English Heritage as “St Saviour’s Guest House”.
It was purpose-built in 1869. The building was designed by renowned architect
G F Bodley for the Convent of the Holy Name – an Anglican order re-locating to Malvern from Vauxhall on the south bank of the Thames in London. Notable features include an impressive Venetian window in Apartment 3, a 2-storey weather-boarded porch and a sun-dial and louvre shutters to the South elevation.

Parking

St. Leonard’s House will benefit from 12 secure parking spaces.

A choice of different apartment layouts in an impressive building

Whilst each of the new homes at St. Leonard’s House has a spacious and individual layout, they will also be practical and cosy. Apartment 1 has the benefit of a private courtyard and South facing terrace. Apartments 4 and 6 are arranged as duplexes on first and second floors – benefitting from long views to the Malvern Hills. All share a common design philosophy to provide warm, light, comfortable and attractive living accommodation suited to the discerning and demanding twenty-first century homeowner – all within an impressive and important listed building.

Ground Floor

First Floor

Second Floor

Apartment 1

Ground & First Floor: Two bedroom duplex apartment

Price: £295,000

Area: 1075 sqft

Ground Floor

Hall1.35m x 4.25m  (4’5” x 13’11”)

Kitchen3.10m x 4.10m  (10’2” x 13’5”)

Living4.80m x 2.70m  (15’9” x 8’10”)

Utility4.20m x 1.70m  (13’9” x 5’7”)


First Floor

Bedroom 14.20m x 3.80m (13’7” x 12’5”)

Bedroom 23.10m x 2.70m (10’2” x 8’10”)

Apartment 2

Ground Floor: One bedroom apartment

Price: £215,000

Area: 675 sqft

Ground Floor

Hall2.60m x 3.40m (8’6” x 11’2”)

Kitchen/Living/Dining5.10m x 5.20m (16’9” x 17’1”)

Bedroom3.35m x 3.20m (11’ x 10’6”)

Apartment 3

Ground Floor: Two bedroom apartment

Price: £215,000

Area: 855 sqft

Ground Floor

Kitchen2.25m x 2.85m (7’5” x 9’4”)

Living/Dining8.25m x 4.75m (27’1” x 15’7”)

Bedroom3.75m x 4.75m (12’4” x 15’7”)

Bedroom 22.84m x 1.92m (9’3” x 6’3”)

Apartment 4

First & Second Floor: Two bedroom duplex apartment

Price: £235,000

Area: 865 sqft

First Floor

Living5.25m x 3.20m (17’3” x 10’6”)

Kitchen2.60m x 2.60m (8’6” x 8’6”)


Second Floor

Bedroom 15.30m x 2.50m (17’5” x 8’2”)

Bedroom 22.50m x 2.50m (8’2” x 8’2”)

Apartment 5

First Floor: Two bedroom apartment

Price: £240,000

Area: 880 sqft

Ground Floor

Hall3.70m x 1.00m (12’2” x 3’3”)

Kitchen3.00m x 1.90m (9’10” x 6’3”)

Living/Dining4.00m x 4.75m (13’1” x 15’7”)

Bedroom 13.90m x 3.40m (12’10” x 11’2”)

Bedroom 23.90m x 1.85m (12’10” x 6’1”)

Apartment 6

First & Second Floor: Two bedroom duplex apartment

Price: £225,000

Area: 770 sqft

First Floor

Kitchen / Living/ Dining5.00m x 4.60m (15’5” x 15’1”)


Second Floor

Bedroom 15.00m x 2.50m (16’5” x 8’2”)

Bedroom 23.00m x 2.70m (9’10” x 8’10”)

Perfectly at home with a quality specification

Kitchens

Fully fitted, custom designed kitchen and integrated appliances:

  • Stainless steel single multifunction oven and black co-ordinating ceramic hob with integrated chimney hood
  • Integrated fridge/freezer – Energy Rating A+
  • Integrated dishwasher – Energy Rating A
  • Stainless steel sink bowl with chrome Atomix single lever mixer tap or similar

Bathroom and Ensuites

  • White Roper Rhodes close coupled WC & pedestal basin suite or similar
  • Merlin screens & shower doors or similar
  • Chrome Pegler taps and thermostatically controlled shower fitting or similar
  • Co-ordinated wall tiles
  • Extractor fans to bathrooms and en-suites
  • Towel rails in a chrome finish

Joinery and Decoration

  • White painted Dulux satinwood finish to architraves, skirting and window boards
  • Original doors retained wherever possible, painted and restored
  • Smooth finish Dulux matt emulsion painted walls and ceilings
  • Dulux water based eggshell paint on walls to bathrooms, en-suites and WCs where not tiled
  • Designer flooring system (Karndean or similar) to bathrooms, cloakrooms and en-suites

Electrical

  • 4 bar spotlight in kitchens – and IP 44 rated triple spots in bathrooms / en-suites
  • Low energy light fittings
  • Digital Freeview feeds in living rooms, looped to TV point in master bedrooms
  • Telephone point to halls, living rooms and master bedrooms

Central Heating and Energy Efficiency

Elektra or similar electric combi boiler (gas combi in Apt 3) with steel panel compact radiators fitted with thermostatic radiator valves with integrated 7 day thermostatic timer/controller

Peace of Mind

  • Mains operated smoke and heat alarms with battery back up
  • Low energy external security light fitted to building entrances and perimeter

Communal Areas

  • Softwood painted balustrade with hardwood handrails
  • Carpeting to hall, stairs and landings on all floors with Gradus nosings to communal stairs
  • Entryphone
  • Mains operated fire alarm with system linked to apartments
  • Low energy 28w 2D light fittings with PIR (passive infrared) controls
  • Cycle and refuse stores located at ground floor level
  • External lighting

Terms

New 250 year leases will be granted at an annual Ground Rent of £250pa. Service charges to cover buildings insurance, electricity consumption & cleaning to the common parts, grounds maintenance and a sinking fund for repairs will be levied by a management company to be established.

Disclaimer

The developer, Salvation Securities Ltd. for themselves and for their agents and representatives gives notice that:

1. These particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers and/or tenants and do not constitute nor constitute any part of an offer or a contract.

2. All descriptions, dimensions and references to conditions and necessary permissions for use and occupation and other details are given without responsibility and intending purchasers and/or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them.

3. No person in the employment of Salvation Securities Ltd. or their agents or representatives has any authority to make or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to the property.

Broadway HeritageBeautiful homes in the finest tradition

Broadway Heritage Ltd. is dedicated to the restoration of historic buildings and the creation of beautiful new homes in stunning locations.

Broadway Heritage prides itself on creating luxury modern homes in buildings of character and historical integrity. All developments, whether new build or refurbishment, are sympathetic to the surrounding environment providing homes with exceptional attention to detail – homes for life.

Broadway in the Malverns

Broadway Heritage Ltd. has been active in Great Malvern for some time – having successfully obtained planning permission for a scheme of apartments in the heart of town and, more recently, having completed a Coach House restoration.

Broadway and Tradition

Broadway Heritage delivers homes where people want to live, with the additional benefit that many of the company’s developments contribute to the preservation of Britain’s architectural heritage. Broadway knows the importance of location and accessibility, and the balance that must be struck between practicality and a sense of place. The company is committed to providing well-designed, enviably located homes that appeal to a wide range of discerning purchasers.

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