2 bedroom mobile home for saleHill Farm, Northwood Lane, Bewdley
- Two Bedrooms
- No Upward Chain
General Information & Approach Set within an area of outstanding beauty. Imagine owning your own little piece of paradise? The scenery, watching the birds of prey soar high in the air then swoop for their prey, the pheasants as they duck and dive, this really is back to nature, chilling out at this much appreciated way of life, in harmony with the grazing sheep. Yes life here is a much slower and relaxed way of life. And at the tempo of life we are now forced to adhere too. This surely is the nearest place to heaven without being there than you could ever imagine!
Tucked into the fields high above the River Severn, with the Severn Valley Railway running parallel to the site. Here you can hail the train driver who will stop and pick you up and carry you to Bewdley one way or indeed Arley or Bridgnorth the other! Fabulous!
Hill Farm has been established since before the 2nd world war when Birmingham folk would come to Bewdley for their holidays. Many of the chalets were very basic in those days with no running water, washing or toilet facilities and no electric. Folks used old caravan and even a train carriage or too. (Evident today within some of the chalets) Yet they loved the simple way of life away from the smog and daily grind of their lives. The site grew and today is permanent home to many folk with the chalets still varying in condition however some are stunning with every available luxury.
However Hill Farm still retains that feel of simplicity olde worlde charm, where you are not judged for the car you drive, the way you dress or the job you have. These are like-minded people who care about the surroundings and the environment.
A great place to escape to and watch the kids running about in complete safety from traffic etc. Having views over the fields, it would be very unlikely one would ever tire of the view. Look carefully and the dominant stag can be spotted grazing, in another direction the rabbits happily chasing each other.
Why not take the time to visit; if you, like so many others want a more relaxed existence. This life could be for you. Having views over the fields, it would be very unlikely one would ever tire of the view.
Hill Farm is classed as a holiday site, however many people do live there all year around. Some benefit a certificate of lawfulness from the council. This enables the occupants of the homes to stay in situ all year round.
Detached wood clad chalet under pitched tiled roof, which has been in the same family for around twelve years. Access all around with gardens front and rear. Perfect to either catch the sun or enjoy a little respite and shade!
Having majority double glazing and partial night storage heating. Fenced and hedging to boundaries offering privacy. In more detail comprises two utility rooms, dining kitchen, lounge, bathroom and two bedrooms. Outside the views are to be enjoyed from the full width decking at the rear with landscaped gardens. Three sheds and outside lighting.
Gated access into grounds, side covered door with access into the utility
10´4 max X 7´2 max 3.142m X 2.186m Vinyl floor covering, rear Upvc double glazed windows to front and rear elevation. Space and plumbing for white goods, ceiling light point, night storage heater and part glazed door into the kitchen.
11´3 max X 9´9 max 3.433m X 2.973m A range of units to the wall and base with the latter having complimentary roll edged working surface over. Inset stainless steel single bowl sink unit having mixer tap over. Partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Space for slot in cooker. Wall mounted extractor hood. Front window, vinyl floor coving and a ceiling light point. Door off to the bathroom and another to the lounge.
Lounge 18'11 max X 10'3 max 5.779m X 3.119m Coving to the ceiling, rear facing window, with rear facing French doors maximising light and view of the garden. Night storage heater, aerial point, two ceiling light points, telephone point and fire surround with hearth.
Shower Room A good space having side facing window, close coupled wc suite, vanity sink unit with mixer tap over, shower cubicle with electric shower. Partial tiling to the walls, vinyl flooring, ceiling light point, airing cupboard and wall mounted fan heater.
11´8 max X 7´10 max 3.571m X 2.397m Front window, night storage heater, coving and ceiling light point.
7´11 max X 7´ 1 max 2.415 m X 2.161m Front window, coving to the ceiling and ceiling light point, however no heating in here.
Outside Attached storage room with base unit space for white goods. Power and lighting.
Gardens Patio, decking with balustrade, gravel beds, mature plant ing, space for tubs and planters and three wooden storage sheds.
There is a canopy over rear patio door, which suggests a sun trap.
Additional Information Hayden Estates have been told that the property is leasehold; although this and any other information included within should be verified. Electric and water are connected to the property. The drainage is via septic tank. We cannot verify its location or indeed if it is working. However we are told it was emptied in 2015.
This is a cash purchase only with no upward chain.
Council tax is A band and payable to Wyre Forest District Council.
The ground rent payable by the current owners is approximately £1600.00 per annum. It is paid until March 2017 we are told. This includes the water.
Surrounding Information Bewdley is a Georgian riverside town attracting many visitors each year. There are several eating houses, shops to browse in and the Museum. Cleobury Mortimer, Ludlow, Bridgnorth are all ideal places to visit and shop and are within 15 miles from Bewdley. Having a variety of amenities for locals and the visitor alike. Doctors, dentist, vets, chemists, eating houses, delicatessen and food store. There are many places of interest including the museum, library etc.
For supermarket shopping etc, Kidderminster Town Centre has Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Aldi and Morrison's, Co operative store, with many more top high street stores. There is a small cinema and leisure facilities as well as a wide selection of eating houses. There are two main retail parks just off the town centre which have varied larger stores with good parking facilities too.
The West Midlands Safari Park is on the outskirts of Bewdley with many endangered features. The park was recently featured on mainstream television.
The golden age of steam can be enjoyed at the Severn Valley Railway, which is adjacent to Kidderminster's main railway station. This railway has stations alongside the river Severn in Bewdley, Arley and Bridgnorth. Several events are hosted by them throughout the year and draws hoards of visitors to the town. These include the Santa Special and 1940s weekends. Many films have been staged on the platforms.
Fixtures and Fittings No item not listed will be included in the sale. However certain items may be available by separate negotiation.
Property Directions From Bewdley town centre proceed out over the bridge in the general direction of Kidderminster. Pass the petrol station on your left and take the first left into Northwood Lane. Please note that this is a single track road in many places. Continue for about a mile. Pass a telephone kiosk on your right and take the next right. This will take you into Hill Farm and over the Railway line. Proceed into the Farm. Once in the grounds of the farm take the first right and proceed up the field. At the top bear to the left and keep left. The property will be identified on the left hand side.
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