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Wolverley, Nr Kidderminster

£269,950
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  • Property type: House - Mid Terrace
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* Excellent location close to countryside
* Easy commuter access to West Midlands conurbation
* Elegant Living Room with Feature Fireplace
* Breakfast Kitchen with Appliances
* Utility Room
* Bathroom with Clawfoot Bath & Shower Cubicle


  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathrooms
  • 1 Reception Rooms

This well proportioned and attractive red brick cottage forms part of the highly desirable private courtyard development at Bury Hall, a delightful position in this sought after village conservation area close to St John The Baptist Church.

Steeped in history dating back to the 13th Century, Bury Hall is the site of the original Wolverley Manor though the current building dates from the late 19th Century when the building was used as the local Grammar School.

The cottage retains a number of original period features including sash windows both front and rear, taking advantage of the fine far reaching views over the adjacent countryside.


Wolverley village is a much sought after location by virtue of it's easy accessibility for commuters to the West Midlands conurbation together with idyllic surroundings including an eclectic mix of historic cottages within the conservation area and country walks almost on the doorstep along the Staffs/Worcs canal which leads north to the neighbouring villages of Cookley and Kinver. Wolverley also benefits from primary and secondary schools in the village.

The cottage is set back from the courtyard behind a neatly tended lawned foregarden with gravel path and steps up to the main entrance which leads into a reception hall with Minton tiled flooring, in-built cupboard space and stairs off to the first floor.

The breakfast kitchen has a quarry tiled floor and range of pine wall and base cabinets complemented by a stainless steel electric oven with five ring gas hob and hood, having ample space for a dining table and with further door through to a sizable utility room having space and plumbing for automatic washing machine and condenser type tumble dryer.

To the rear of the house the well proportioned living room has a feature fireplace suitable for gas fire set on a marble hearth and exposed timber beam to ceiling. A large sash window provides a very pleasant outlook over the rear garden.

To the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master bedroom having a full width range of in-built wardrobes and further sash window with superb far reaching open views.

The second bedroom has an interesting feature providing a short flight of wooden stairs leading up to a small wardrobe closet positioned over the main stairwell.

The third bedroom measures a generous 13'0" x 8'8" including corner airing cupboard whilst the spacious bathroom has a white suite comprising pedestal hand basin, low level wc, clawfoot bath tub and cubicle with Triton electric shower unit.

Outside, to the rear of the house is a full width brick paved patio leading on to a lengthy private lawned garden with rear gate permitting access onto a narrow footpath which leads to the church and down to the heart of the conservation area where a brook meanders alongside the village inn and general store.

The property also benefits from a single garage within the courtyard block having double wooden entrance doors. Additionally the property has two private parking spaces within the residents courtyard.

The house is freehold whilst the freehold of the courtyard is administered by the residents own management company (Goldenogan) with a service charge currently £15 per month payable to Bury Hall Residents Association for the maintenance of the property communal areas. The garage is held on a 99 year lease with a nominal £5 per annum ground rent payable. The garage belonging to the property is the fourth one in the block counting from the right.

Dimensions

Reception Hall 12' 8" x 7' 2" (3.86m x 2.18m)
Breakfast Kitchen 13' 0" x 11' 6" (3.96m x 3.51m)
Utility Room 13' 4" x 3' 11" (4.06m x 1.19m)
Living Room 14' 1" x 13' 8" (4.29m x 4.17m)
Bedroom One (Rear) 11' 8" (excluding wardrobes) x 10' 3" (3.56m (excluding wardrobes) x 3.12m)
Bedroom Two (Front) 12' 8" x 10' 6" max (3.86m x 3.20m max)
Bedroom Three (Front) 13' 0" x 8' 8" (3.96m x 2.64m)
Bathroom 13' 4" x 5' 3" (4.06m x 1.60m)
Garage 17' 11" x 7' 10" (5.46m x 2.39m)

These measurements are for guidance only.
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[Information correct as of Dec 11, 2017]

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