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Manor Avenue South, Kidderminster

3 beds | 1 bath | 1 reception | Offers around £239,950


  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 1 Bathroom
  • 1 Reception Room

A Three Bedroom Semi-Detached House In Desirable Residential Neighbourhood, Offering Scope For A Little Updating And Available With No Upwards Chain.

* Spacious Lounge/ Dining Room 18' x 15' (max)
* Kitchen With Oak Fronted Cabinets
* Fitted Wardrobes To Master Bedroom
* New Worcester Bosch GCH boiler (2020)
* Detached Garage
* Surprisingly Long Rear Garden

Entrance Hall 3.68m x 2.11m (inc stairs) (12'1" x 6'11" (inc sta

Kitchen 3.23m x 2.72m (plus recess) (10'7" x 8'11" (plus r

Lounge/ Dining Room 5.49m (max)/ 3.23m (min) x 4.57m (max) (18'0" (max

Bedroom One (front) 3.96m x 3.23m (13'0" x 10'7")

Bedroom Two (rear) 3.33m x 3.23m (10'11" x 10'7")

Bedroom Three (front) 2.57m x 2.11m (8'5" x 6'11")

Bathroom 2.31m x 2.11m (7'7" x 6'11")

Garage 5.92m x 2.97m (19'5" x 9'9")

This 1960s three bedroom semi-detached property is situated in a popular residential neighbourhood on the Habberley side of Kidderminster, set well back from the road behind a lawned foregarden with conifer screening and a lengthy concrete driveway which could accommodate up to four cars.


The house is available with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion, offering plenty of scope for purchasers to put their own stamp on the property.


Gas fired central heating is installed, served by a new Worcester Bosch central heating boiler fitted in 2020. Aluminium framed sealed unit double glazed panels in wooden frames are fitted throughout.


The reception hall has a useful understairs store cupboard whilst the rear kitchen features tile effect flooring and a range of oak fronted wall and base cabinets, complementary work surfaces with breakfast bar, one-and-a-half bowl sink unit plus useful alcove which could accommodate a fridge/ freezer or provide space for a pantry.



To the front of the house is a spacious L-shaped lounge/ dining room, the lounge area having an Adam style feature fire surround with real flame coal effect gas fire set on marble hearth picture window to front elevation, whilst the well defined dining area provides sufficient space for a table and chairs.


To the first floor there are three bedrooms, the master with fitted double wardrobe having sliding panelled doors.


The bathroom features a panelled bath, pedestal hand basin and low level wc plus in-built corner linen closet.


Outside to the rear is a full width paved patio terrace, giving way to a neat lawned garden beyond which has well established shrubbery borders, newly erected larch lap fence to the right hand side with concrete posts and gravel boards, also including an aluminium framed greenhouse.


Our photograph however, only tells half the story. Beyond the conifer hedge is a further hidden area of garden, extending for another 40' and tapering to a point, also including a timber garden shed.


The detached garage is of good proportions (19'5" x 9'9") and is of concrete sectional construction with electric power & lighting.


Tenure is Freehold.


Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band B.


Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected.

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