4 bedroom detached house for sale
Damson Dell Main Road, Ombersley, WR9 0DP
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Tenure: FreeholdThe property is the last along a private drive and is entered via a covered PORCH area with tiled step and wooden front door with leaded stain glass window to a:
Welcoming and light RECEPTION HALL with recessed ceiling lights and solid oak flooring, having a useful storage cupboard under the stairs and having doors radiating off into:
DRAWING ROOM: 22’8” x 14’4”
A beautifully light room with windows to three elevations and a superb inglenook fireplace having a recessed log burning stove and having an archway that gives direct access to the REAR HALLWAY which benefits from French doors which lead to the rear garden. A further archway leads to:
DINING ROOM/SITTING ROOM 19’2” x 13’3” (average)
Again with a magnificent feature brick fireplace with log burner and display alcoves, having wall and ceiling lights, window to rear elevation and French Doors leading to an ideal eating area overlooking the fields to the rear. Further doors give access back to the reception hall and to the:
BREAKFAST KITCHEN 22’10” x 10’7”
A superbly light room with three picture windows to the side elevation, having an extensive range of wall and base units including an integrated dishwasher, having a ceramic tiled floor and recessed ceiling lights and doors leading back to the reception hallway and to the
UTILITY: 7’11” (max) x 7’4”
Having side access continuation of the ceramic tiled floor, base units and cupboard housing the central vacuum system.
Large walk-in CUPBOARD housing the Megaflow pressurised hot water system and control panel for the individual room heating system.
CLOAKROOM having a continuation of the high quality Oak flooring and a matching WC and wash hand basin.
STUDY: 11’4” x 9’3”
Having continuation of high quality Oak flooring from the reception hall, a selection of wall and ceiling lights. Two flights of stairs lead from the reception hall to the feature galleried landing which benefits from tremendous natural light and has doors radiating off into:
MASTER SUITE: 15’7” x 14’11”
A magnificent main bedroom packed full of character and natural light, having an array of built in wardrobes, wall mounted radiator, wall and ceiling lights and door leading off into:
A well presented, meticulously maintained en-suite having a matching high quality suite comprising of pedestal wash hand basin, bath, low level WC and shower cubicle also benefitting from a heated towel rail.
BEDROOM 2: 15’0” x 12’4”
Another lovely light room created by the large picture window having a large selection of built in wardrobes, wall mounted radiator, wall and ceiling lights.
BEDROOM 3: 15’4” x 11’0”
Another good sized bedroom with the character and charm of slightly sloped ceiling and exposed beams continuing into the room, having the benefit of two picture windows to the rear and side elevation, wall mounted radiator and wall and ceiling lights.
BEDROOM 4: 9’9” x 9’3”
Another good sized room which amply fits a double bed, having a large window for natural light, wall mounted radiator and storage areas off.
A lovely big family bathroom with a high quality suite comprising offcorner bath, bidet, low level WC and ash hand basin set within a vanityunit.
Also from the landing is a useful spacious walk-in airing cupboard.
Damson Dell is approached along a private road and opens at its extent to a large stoned parking area, extended to the right hand side where there is planning consent for a double garage and living accommodation over. The rear garden backs onto an open grass area with vineyard to be leased back to the vendor. There is sun terracing to the side and rear of the property with lawned areas bounded by timber fencing and benefiting from numerous external lights for outside entertaining.
We are advised the property is freehold. The property has oil fired central heating, calor gas and mains water and drainage. We are advised the property is still covered with building warranty (not verified).
Vineyard: The vineyard to the rear is to be sold with the property however a lease has been granted back to the current owner which can be inspected at the time of viewing.
The range utilises a traditional and genuine 'aisle frame' construction method, in which the posts and beams remain exposed throughout the house, giving a totally authentic period ambience and allowing complete flexibility Heritage Internal with regard to room layouts and sizes. http://www.potton.co.uk/
From the A449 follow signs towards Ombersley at the main roundabout in Ombersley follow signs towards Kidderminster, continue past the Cross Keys restaurant, village bakery and after another 100 yards a driveway on your right hand side leads past two further properties to this property and the vine yard to the rear.