This fantastic and majestic house is situated in an exclusive conservation area within the heart of Great Malvern. The property, also known under the name The Grove is very close to the Winter Gardens and the renowned Malvern Theatres which host many pre and post London productions.
Built in Malvern stone, with exquisite Bath stone detailing, ornamental gargoyles and a fairy-tale turret roof over the round bay, The Grove is a really particular and lovely house in a delightful location. As the house and the adjacent garden are facing south, they enjoy uninterrupted views to the hills within which there is an ancient and prolific mulberry tree together with other mature trees, a lawned area, shrubberies and ample parking.
Malvern is a spa town and civil parish in Worcestershire, England, governed by Malvern Town Council. The town center and its environs contain many examples of Regency, Victorian, and Edwardian villas and hotels. Many of the houses were built during the Industrial Revolution, and Malvern’s boom years as a spa town, by wealthy families from the nearby Birmingham area. Following the collapse of the spa industry, many of the hotels and villas became schools, and some have since been further converted to apartments, while some of the smaller hotels are now retirement homes. The Grove, built in Avenue Road in 1867 was originally meant to be a private residence. In 1927 it became part of the Lawnside School for girls.