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2 bedroom apartment for sale

Stanford Court, Bewdley

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Property Description

Key features

  • No upward chain
  • Modern build
  • Double glazed
  • Gas centrally heated
  • PART BUY PART RENT
  • First floor apartment
  • Own private entrance
  • Two bedrooms
  • Parking
  • Very well presented

Full description

GENERAL INFORMATION AND APPROACH Situated on the edge of the courtyard, number three has its own private entrance. Parking for one vehicle at the rear. The approach is rather attractive with tidy communal grounds.

In more detail the property comprises private stairs to first floor, inner hallway, two bedrooms, one with large walk in cupboard, bathroom with shower over bath and open plan dining kitchen and lounge area. The kitchen is fitted with attractive units and there are some integral appliances. Double glazed with gas central heating.

It is understood that the property was built around six years ago. Thus there are still four years left of the NHBC / Architect guarantee.

Stanford Court is on a part buy part rent basis. Wyre Forest Community Housing own a 50% share. Thus the property is leasehold. It is understood there is an option to buy a larger share however this and any other information will need substantiating via solicitors.

On the communal roof are solar panels.

Approach through front garden with low level metal fencing with foregarden. Outside light and door into vestibule. Radiator with TRV, wall mounted consumer unit, ceiling light point and space for coats etc. Stairs rising to the first floor accommodation. Ceiling light point and door into 

RECEPTION HALL Spacious area with rooms radiating off. Having radiator with TRV, ceiling light point and access to the roof void, which although not inspected we are led to believe is insulated. 

BATHROOM Comprising a white suite to include, paneled bath, fitted shower screen and mixer shower over. Close coupled wc suite, pedestal wash hand basin and partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Ceiling light point, radiator with TRV, vinyl floor covering and wall mounted shaver point. Ceiling mounted extractor fan and window.  

BEDROOM ONE  

13' 7 max x 10'9 max (4145m x 3.281m) Front facing window, radiator with TRV, ceiling light point, aerial point and walk in cupboard which has a light and conceals the Potterton wall mounted gas boiler which provides the domestic hot water and central heating requirements for this property.  

BEDROOM TWO  

8' 8 max x 8'2 max (2.651m x 2.488m) With window to the rear elevation, ceiling light point and radiator with TRV. 

OPEN PLAN LIVING AREA, KITCHEN AND DINING ROOM  

KITCHEN  

13 '4 max x 9' 6 max (4.074m x 2.903m) Arranged in a U shape, having a good range of modern units to wall and base with the latter having complimentary roll edged working surface over. Inset stainless steel, single bowl sink unit with mixer tap over. Partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Inset four ring gas hob unit having ducted extractor hood over. Built in electric oven, integral fridge freezer and washing machine. Ceramic tiling to the floor, inset ceiling spot lights, two radiators both having TRV. Two windows to the front elevation and space for dining table.

The kitchen opens into the lounge. 

LOUNGE  

13' 5 max x 12'2 max (4.084m x 3.714m) With window to the rear elevation, aerial point, radiator with TRV, ceiling light point and wall mounted room thermostat. 

OUTSIDE Designated parking space with this property.  

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please note that all measurements are approximate and measured to the maximum. Do not rely on the sizes if purchasing furniture.

•Nothing has been tried and tested and therefore Hayden Estates advise that any such items requiring examination are so inspected by qualified technicians. 

Hayden Estates have been told that the property is leasehold; however this and any other information included within should be verified through Solicitors. 

Rent payable is currently set at £206.89 per calendar month. This includes buildings insurance. 

Mains services including gas, electric, drainage and water are connected to the property.  

•A water meter is fitted.  

The heating is provided by gas to radiators. 

A telephone line is installed at the property and is therefore subject to the usual transfer regulations. Broadband and Sky television are believed to be available. 

The council tax banding is currently believed to be A and is payable to Wyre Forest Council.The current cost for 2016/2017 is £108 per month. (approximately £1100 per year)  

Waste collections are emptied weekly on a alternating collection with recycling. 

A convenience store, fish & chip shop, Church, parish rooms and community centre are less than half a mile away. 

The Wyre Forest is accessible as is the River side, Golden Valley with its walks and wildlife, this is truly an ideal location.

•This is a wonderful opportunity to acquire a family home within catchment for Bewdley Primary School, which serves children from 4 until 11 years. They then go to the Bewdley School which caters pupils until they are 18 years. Both are on the same site. 

Great location for town and commuting with M6, M42, M5, Birmingham, Stourbridge and Wolverhampton and Worcester all within travelling distance. Kidderminster has a railway station with good access to Worcester, Birmingham and London. There is a bus stop on the main road. 

OTHER USEFUL INFORMATION Bewdley is a quaint Georgian riverside town growing in stature from its trade from the Severn to the present day, when now the town is supplemented by the many visitors who come to Bewdley from all over the world. Boasting varied amenities and is of great historical interest with super architecture.

If you are up and around early on a Sunday morning then be sure to walk up Load Street as the bells in St Anne's church ring, calling the parish to prayer as they have done for years. There is a doctor's surgery, dentist, library, museum, vets, chemists, paper shop, various other shops and many varied eating houses. There are two food stores, butcher, bakery, delicatessen and greengrocer.

Take a walk around the wonderful countryside which wraps around the area; explore the Wyre Forest brimming with wildlife. Not far away one can visit the wonderful old steam trains of the Severn Valley Railway. The 'chug, chug, chugging' and the 'toot, toot, toot' of the whistle as the train slowly leaves Bewdley station travelling to neighbouring Bridgnorth via Arley. Listen and if the wind is in the right direction you will hear the brilliant sounds. Several events are hosted by them throughout the year and draws hoards of visitors to the town. Many films have been staged on the platforms. A worthwhile day out, enjoyed by all ages!

Discover the River Severn; spend a day at the West Midlands Safari Park. There is just so much to offer young and old which is why so many folks come to Bewdley and never want to leave. The West Midlands Safari Park is on the outskirts of Bewdley with many endangered features. The park was recently featured on mainstream television and is under going massive expansion plans. 

Kidderminster The town has a wide selection of shops and amenities including doctor's surgeries, dentist, library, vet, chemists, paper shop, leisure centre, various other shops and many varied eating houses. There are a selection of schools for all ages too.

Kidderminster was once the capital throughout the world for its carpet manufacturing. The industry has survived the decline of this major employment and business, this diversified into a thriving town. Old buildings which were in times gone by, full of workers and a hive of activity had fallen into disrepair. Now they have been brought back to life to provide us with some history and a new generation of occupants and usage.

The canal was used for the transport of goods and fuel for these large factories, yet now provides the back drop for the eating houses and shops etc which nestle beside the water. Many visitors will use the waterways on their narrow boats which are navigable between Kidderminster, Wolverley, Stourport and Birmingham. Change has happened yet the town is bustling again with vibrant appealing shops and eating establishments.

Wolverley Arboretum, Kinver Edge are both well visited beauty spots, so you are never far away from grand scenery and wide open spaces. The Wyre Forest boasts wonderful wildlife and many miles of footpaths.

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.

Stourport is a well visited river side town with many day and holiday trippers. The river and superb renowned canal and basin area have undergone massive rejuvenation in the last few years. Indeed the basin is one of the largest in the country. 

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS No item not listed will be included in the sale. However certain items may be available by separate negotiation. 


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