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4 bedroom detached house for sale
Birmingham Road, Coleshill
- Extended detached family home
- Convenient location close to amenities
- PVCu D/G and gas fired C/H
- Entrance hall and guests cloakroom
- Through lounge and large conservatory
- Dining room and modern breakfast kitchen
- Landing and four excellent bedrooms
- Re-fitted bathroom with separate shower
- Private gardens to both front and rear
- Off-road parking, garage and workshop
Tenure: Freehold***NEW PRICE*** An extended and recently refurbished throughout traditional style detached family home situated in a convenient location close to local amenities and public transport links. Benefiting from PVCu double-glazing and gas fired central heating, the superbly presented accommodation comprises in brief: entrance hall, guests cloakroom, through lounge, good sized conservatory, separate dining room and a modern breakfast kitchen; first floor galleried landing, four excellent bedrooms and a re-fitted bathroom with separate shower cubicle. Outside, the generous plot comprises private landscaped gardens to both the front and rear; having off-road parking for up to five vehicles, brick-built single garage and adjoining workshop; plus a large decked patio. Internal viewing is strongly advised to fully appreciate the accommodation on offer.
Having a wooden front door with exterior coach light, stairs leading up to the first floor with spindle balustrade and cupboard under, central heating radiator, ceramic tiled floor, ceiling light point, telephone point and doors off to:
Having a white coloured suite comprising a low-level WC and wash hand basin with ceramic tiled splash-back, ceramic tiled floor, ceiling light point and an extractor fan.
Dining Room 4.26m (14'0') x 3.64m (11'11') maximum
Being dual aspect; having PVCu double-glazed windows to the front and side elevations, central heating radiator and a ceiling light point.
Through Lounge 5.82m (19'1') into bay x 3.56m (11'8') maximum
Having a PVCu double-glazed bay window to the front elevation, gas 'living flame' fire with marble surround and wooden mantelpiece, central heating radiator, two ceiling light points, TV / satellite aerial points and a PVCu double-glazed 'tilt & slide' patio door opening to:
Conservatory 6.25m (20'6') maximum x 3.83m (12'7') maximum
Having PVCu double-glazed windows and French doors out to the rear garden, polycarbonate roofing, two central heating radiators, ceramic tiled floor and a pair of PVCu double-glazed doors through to:
Breakfast Kitchen 5.65m (18'6') maximum x 5.55m (18'3') into recess
Having a protruding bay to the rear elevation incorporating three PVCu double-glazed windows, a modern range of fitted wall and base units including glazed display cabinets and a central island, polished granite work surfaces, integrated stainless steel sink with mixer tap, double width space for a range style cooker with extractor above, recessed utility area with further appliance spaces including plumbing for a dishwasher and automatic washing machine, central heating radiator, ceramic tiled floor, inset ceiling spot lights, TV aerial point and a door to the entrance hall.
Having a PVCu double-glazed window to the front elevation, built-in toiletries cupboard, loft access, central heating radiator, ceiling light point and doors off to:
Bedroom One 4.26m (14'0') x 3.56m (11'8') maximum
Being dual aspect; having PVCu double-glazed windows to the front and side elevations, tiled fireplace, central heating radiator and a ceiling light point.
Bedroom Two 3.56m (11'8') maximum x 3.03m (9'11') maximum
Having a PVCu double-glazed window to the rear elevation, built-in wardrobe, central heating radiator, ceiling light point and a TV aerial point.
Bedroom Three 3.76m (12'4') x 2.37m (7'9')
Having a PVCu double-glazed window to the rear elevation, central heating radiator and a ceiling light point.
Bedroom Four 2.97m (9'9') to wardrobe front x 2.18m (7'2')
Having a PVCu double-glazed window to the front elevation, wardrobe units fitted across one wall, central heating radiator and a ceiling light point.
Having a PVCu opaque double-glazed window to the rear elevation, a re-fitted white coloured suite comprising a low-level WC, wash hand basin and corner bath, thermostatic mixer shower with quadrant enclosure, centrally heated ladder rail, ceramic tiled floor, complimentary wall tiling and inset ceiling spot lights.
Being mainly laid to lawn with mature borders providing a good degree of privacy; having a pedestrian gate from the slip road off Birmingham Road with a pathway leading to both the front door and a gate at the side into:
Having a large decked patio, cold water tap and security floodlights; a laundry drying area at the side of the property with stone chip infill; a central section mainly laid to lawn with boundary fencing and mature borders providing a good degree of privacy; plus a further seating area behind with an off-road parking bay and driveway leading to:
Garage 5.10m (16'9') x 2.55m (8'4')
With vehicular access via a pair of timber doors; having a PVCu opaque double-glazed window to the side elevation, ceiling light point and an open aspect through to:
Workshop 3.43m (11'3') x 1.99m (6'6')
Having a PVCu opaque double-glazed window to the side elevation, ceiling light point and a PVCu opaque double-glazed door out to the rear garden.
The property is understood to be Freehold (to be verified by the Solicitor).
From Waters & Co. upon the High Street in Coleshill, proceed down the hill and take the first turning on the left at the crossroads onto the B4114 Birmingham Road. Take the second turning on the left into Park Road then first right signposted Coleshill Leisure Centre. The rear driveway to the property can be found further along the service road directly opposite the Fire Station.
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