240 Stourbridge Road, Bromsgrove
- Acres: 3.50
- Property type: House with detached annexe
This substantial detached family home stands in a plot of approximately 3.5 acres in a popular residential area, convenient for commuting to Birmingham, the national motorway network and the facilities of the town.
The traditional house has been extended and modernised by the current owner to provide spacious and flexible accommodation of approximately 3,230sqft that briefly comprises:
A reception hallway; family room (with sitting & music room areas); large lounge; fitted breakfast kitchen & dining room; utility room with toilet off; garden room with lobby and wet room shower off; first floor landing with a large airing cupboard; four double bedrooms; three en-suite shower rooms; family bathroom; second floor landing; double bedroom with en-suite shower room; and a double bedroom/sitting room.
The current owner has added the two storey garage and annexe of approximately 1,415sqft, which is currently set up for leisure use but could be converted to annexe accommodation or office use: Large single garage; gymnasium; shower & sauna room; party room with bar; and a large first floor games room with full-sized snooker table and pool table.
In addition, the property is double glazed, has gas-fired central heating and stands in private landscaped gardens with a spa pool, workshop and separate brick built storage shed, and gated off-road parking, amounting to approximately 0.4 acre. To the rear of the garden there is a paddock of approximately 1.505 acres, which has a football pitch area with fitted goalposts. There is also a gravelled parking and storage area with tractor store and a further gated driveway from the Stourbridge Road. Beyond the paddock there is a woodland area (These areas amount to approximately 1.565 acres). The whole property amounts to approximately 3.47 acres.
EPC = C
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[Information correct as of Jul 26, 2017]