A Deceptively Spacious Edwardian Four Bedroom Detached House Featuring Stylish Refitted Kitchen With Integrated Appliances And Presented To A Good Decorative Standard Throughout. Available With No Upwards Chain.
* Spacious Lounge With Feature Fireplace
* Rear Dining Room With Log Burner
* Contemporary Gloss White Breakfast Kitchen
* Large Utility Room
* Guest Cloakroom
* Excellent 20' Loft Conversion Master Bedroom
* En-Suite Bathroom
* Three Good First Floor Bedrooms & Bathroom
Storm Porch 2.44m x 0.89m (8'0" x 2'11")
Reception Hall 3.94m x 2.44m (12'11" x 8'0")
Lounge 4.83m into bay x 3.96m (15'10" into bay x 13'0")
Dining Room 3.96m x 3.66m (13'0" x 12'0")
Breakfast Kitchen 3.71m x 2.69m/ 3.91m" into recess (12'2" x 8'10"/
Utility Room 2.67m x 2.34m (8'9" x 7'8")
Guest Cloakroom 2.31m x 1.07m (7'7" x 3'6")
Side Porch 3.66m x 1.07m (12'0" x 3'6")
Bedroom One (second floor) 6.05m x 3.15m (19'10" x 10'4")
En-Suite Bathroom 3.12m x 1.78m (10'3" x 5'10")
Bedroom Two (front) 3.96m x 3.94m (13'0" x 12'11")
Bedroom Three (rear) 3.96m x 3.66m (13'0" x 12'0")
Bedroom Four (rear) 2.90m x 2.72m (9'6" x 8'11")
Bathroom 2.36m x 1.85m (7'9" x 6'1")
External Store 2.31m x 0.91m (7'7" x 3'0")
This traditional gable-fronted detached house has been considerably improved by the present owners and offers surprisingly spacious and well proportioned living accommodation featuring high ceilings, and is ideal for those seeking a spacious four bedroom family home in this popular and well established neighbourhood within the Greenhill area of town.
Set back from the road behind a block paved frontage and parking space for 1 or 2 cars, an arched storm porch with tiled floor and light point gives way to the main entrance door.
The spacious reception hall has a useful understairs store plus separate cloaks cupboard and staircase off to first floor. There is also a door to the side porch which provides a useful covered storage area, with door to side path.
To the front of the house is a well proportioned lounge (15'10" x 13'0") with painted strip-boarded floor and bay window having boxed wooden seat with concealed storage. There is also a feature open fireplace with iron grate and tiled hearth set in wooden surround.
At the rear is a sizeable separate dining room with fireplace having log burner set on slate hearth and French door with two adjacent full height double glazed panels.
The kitchen has been fitted (September 2020) with a gloss white kitchen equipped with contemporary handleless wall and base cabinets plus complementary work surfaces and acrylic sink unit, all enhanced by remote controlled mood lighting. Integral appliances include two side-by-side electric ovens, gas hob & hood, fridge and dishwasher.
A recessed area provides space for a breakfast table, and the slate tiled floor then continues through with a split-level step down to the spacious utility room, featuring a full length work surface with under-counter space for a freezer plus the usual laundry appliances, and with a door out to the garden.
Also off the utility room is a guest cloakroom with modern low level wc & hand basin which could also incorporate a tumble dryer
To the first floor there are three well proportioned bedrooms and a bathroom with partial wall tiling, slate tiled floor, chrome heated towel rail, low level wc, pedestal hand basin and P-shaped bath with screen and mixer shower above.
From the first floor landing a wooden staircase rises up to the converted master bedroom (19'10" x 10'4") with American Maple wooden floor, three velux skylights and useful under eaves storage space either side.
An open doorway leads through to an excellent en-suite bathroom with slate floor tiling and featuring mood lighting, Velux skylight, chrome heated towel rail and suite comprising clawfoot bath, wall-hung hand basin, low level wc plus under eaves storage.
Outside there is an enclosed rear garden with side gate to shared pathway leading to the front of the property. A block paved patio leads to a level lawn edged by a planted border and pathway to an additional patio area with, to the rear, a raised fruit bed with raspberry canes.
Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected. There is a gas-fired central heating system (boiler last serviced September 2021) and upvc double glazing to most windows (wooden skylights).
Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band D*
* The local authority has indicated that, as a result of improvements made, the current banding is due to reviewed when the property is next sold.