Greenhill Gardens



Situated on the Greenhill Gardens Residential Estate, two freehold building plots with planning consent to erect two detached bungalows and allocated parking (Plot A: Two bedrooms, bathroom, kitchen, lounge/diner and garden) (Plot B: Two bedrooms with en-suite shower rooms, kitchen, lounge/diner and garden) (Ref: W/16/01927/PN). The estate is in a secluded location with beautifully landscaped communal gardens and easy walking access to the historic town centre and mainline railway station.

DETAILS   The development is situated on the private Greenhill Gardens Estate. There are 47 dwellings on the estate comprising converted apartments, purpose-built maisonettes and bungalows. All properties are held on leasehold interest which allows all owners to share in the use of the communal gardens. The two bungalows are to be sold as freehold but will be party to paying a service charge contribution towards the costs of maintaining the communal grounds and drive ways on the estate.

The planning permission - Ref W/16/01927/PN
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"For the demolition of 9 garages and rebuilding of 2 garages, proposed 2 new bungalows and the creation of 11 extra parking spaces."

The freeholder has agreed with Greenhill Gardens Residents Association to sell the building plots as described in these particulars. The freehold will be responsible for the creation of the addition 11 parking spaces. One of the garages (shown in the plan in green) to be constructed will remain in the freeholder's estate. This will be allocated via an existing lease to one of the leaseholders. Price cost sum to be agreed between the purchaser and vendor.

Plot A:
Comprising porch, hall, lounge/diner, kitchen, two double bedrooms and bathroom. Approx. floor area 64 square metres (688 square feet). Private enclosed garden area and two allocated parking spaces as seen on plan.

Plot B:
Comprising porch, hall, kitchen, open plan lounge/diner, two double bedrooms both with en-suite shower rooms. Approx. floor area 89 square metres (955 square feet). Private enclosed garden area. Single garage and two allocated parking spaces as seen on plan.

All mains services are available for connection. We also ask all interested parties to be responsible to be making their own enquires with the utility companies to check the availability on site. Purchasers are subject to the connection charges.

The available plots are the be sold freehold with vacant possession. The purchaser will contribute to the service charge management charges to Greenhill Gardens Residence Association Ltd. The annual costs are estimates at £450 per annum per bungalow.

Clients Architects:
Architecture & Design Studio, Twyford Lodge, Blayney's Lane, Greenhill, Evesham, WR11 4TR. 01386 41898. 

The development is located in the gardens of Greenhill House which was a Victorian manor house built around the 1830s by the prominent Evesham architect and builder, Solomon Hunt, who was commissioned by Caleb New to erect a splendid mansion house on the southern slopes of Greenhill. Over the years the house went through many owners before being converted into elegant and spacious apartments in 1946 and further buildings were developed later before the estate was bought 1980 by the current owner Chris Marlow who expanded the estate further to its current condition. Today Greenhill House and Gardens form a desirable private estate and all properties are independently owned on a leasehold basis with Greenhill Gardens Residents Association running the Management company. The original landscaped Victorian gardens are well cared for by a regular gardener and provide a tranquil environment for the retired, and other, who enjoy a quiet lifestyle.

The site is located at the northern end of Evesham just off Greenhill which is situated close to the battlesite of the Battle of Evesham (4 August 1265) which was one of the two main battles of 13th century England's Second Barons' War which marked the defeat of the Earl of Leicester (Simon de Montfort) and the rebellious barons of Prince Edward (future King Edward I). Only 0.1 mile from Evesham Railway Station which is served by the Great Western Railway, which travels directly south-east to London Paddington, within 2 hours, and north-west to the City of Worcester, in 20 minutes.

The Town of Evesham is a picturesque riverside market town located on the River Avon and on the edge of the Cotswolds, a well-known attractive tourist area, and lies roughly equidistant between the larger towns of Worcester, Cheltenham and Stratford Upon Avon (each 30 minutes away). The town provides a wide range of services including a hospital, primary, secondary schools, South Worcestershire College, and a variety of leisure activities including an Arts Centre and the Regal Cinema, as well as shops and restaurants.

Evesham is ideally located at the junction of the A46 and A44 trunk roads with good access to the M5 (10 miles), M40 (22 miles) and M42 (17 miles). Rail links are good with London Paddington reached in 13/4 hours on the Cotswold line. Birmingham International Airport is 40 minutes away by trunk roads and the M42.