A Spacious And Well Presented Extended Link-Detached House In Popular Location, Originally Three Bedrooms Though Now Re-Planned To Provide A Most Appealing Two Bedroom Layout, Also Featuring Rear Extension. No Upwards Chain.
* Spacious 15' Square Lounge
* Breakfast Kitchen
* Dining Room With Patio Doors
* Guest Cloakroom
* Spacious 15' x 12'8" Master Bedroom
* Newly Refitted Bathroom
* South Facing Rear Garden
Porch 2.06m x 1.32m (6'9" x 4'4")
Lounge 4.57m x 4.55m (15'0" x 14'11")
Breakfast Kitchen 4.55m x 3.20m (14'11" x 10'6")
Dining Room 4.32m x 2.29m (14'2" x 7'6")
Inner Lobby 1.04m x 0.91m (3'5" x 3'0")
Guest Cloakroom 1.14m x 1.04m (3'9" x 3'5")
Bedroom One (previously Bed 1 & Bed 3)
Bedroom Two 3.25m x 2.62m (10'8" x 8'7")
Bathroom 2.31m x 1.83m (7'7" x 6'0")
Garage 4.93m x 2.34m (16'2" x 7'8")
This neatly presented link-detached property is situated towards the end of Shakespeare Drive within the popular Offmore Farm development, on the Birmingham side of town, within easy reach of local amenities.
Originally built to a three bedroom design, the property has been re-planned to create a very nicely proportioned two bedroom layout with spacious 15'0" x 12'8" master bedroom, though this could easily revert to a three bedroom arrangement once again, if required.
To the first floor there is also a further bedroom to the rear with large in-built wardrobe closet, plus a newly refitted bathroom (Sept 21) featuring partial wall tiling, chrome heated towel rail and suite comprising low level wc, pedestal hand basin and panelled bath with screen plus mixer shower above.
The ground floor accommodation is particularly generous, with a porch entrance including cloaks cupboard giving way to a spacious lounge (approximately 15' square) featuring wall panelling to half height, new carpets with open tread staircase to first floor and Louis XIV style feature fireplace with marble hearth incorporating electric fire.
The lounge gives way to the rear breakfast kitchen, with wall & base cabinets in light grey together with complementary work surfaces, breakfast bar peninsula, integral stainless steel Bosch electric oven & gas hob, under-counter space for fridge, two windows to rear plus door to garden, tiled floor to kitchen area and wooden flooring extending past the breakfast bar into the separate dining room.
Accessed via a squared archway from the kitchen, the 14' dining room forms a valuable extension of the living space, with window overlooking garden and sliding doors leading out to the patio.
From the dining room a further door gives access to an inner lobby and guest cloakroom, featuring tiled floor, chrome heated towel rail, low level wc, toiletries cabinet and hand basin.
The lobby also has a further door giving direct access into the side garage.
To the front of the house is a generous tarmac driveway with block paved path and adjacent gravelled area, bordered by a well established shrubbery. A gated pathway to the left hand side of the house provides front to rear access, with the benefit of exterior lighting.
The paved rear patio enjoys a sunny South facing aspect, with raised beds planted with a profusion of shrubs and perennials, also including a timber shed and greenhouse.
Mains services include gas, electricity, water and drainage, with all windows upvc double glazed and gas-fired central hearing served by a brand new Worcester boiler installed in March 2021.
Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band C.
Viewing is highly recommended to appreciate the space and versatility on offer, which really must be seen to be fully appreciated.