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Fairlawn,
Malvern

£1,100,000 4,216 sq. ft.

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About the property

A very desirable substantial Victorian family home of considerable character around 4216 sq. ft. and just over half an acre.

Fairlawn is an excellent family home of great quality which retains many original features of the Victorian period. The house is elevated from the road and feels very private. It offers a wealth of accommodation with seven bedrooms and three bathrooms, and second floor accommodation ideal for staff or a teenager. It stands near the foot of the Malvern Hills within the beautiful conservation area of Great Malvern. There are wonderful far reaching views towards Bredon Hill and the Cotswold Hills. EPC = E. By Direction of the Executors.

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George Pickard

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I have been in property for over 20 years and I’m a third generation property specialist. Property runs through my blood and I get excited about the variety of homes, plots of land, development opportunities and auction lots that I get to see each day. My dream would be to sell large chalets in the French Alps so I can combine my two favourite things selling houses and skiing!

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