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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Summerfield Crescent, Edgbaston - SUPERB PERIOD HOME!

Sold STC £350,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Stylish Four Bedroom Semi-Detached Home
  • Wonderful Charm and Character
  • Minton Tile Flooring
  • Inter-Connecting Lounge and Dining Room
  • Modern Kitchen with Log Burning Stove
  • Mature Gardens
  • Reservoir Access
  • Central Heating and Double Glazing
  • Must Be Viewed!

Full description

A three/four bedroom, period semi detached property which has been subject to a considerable, yet sympathetic, programme of refurbishment. Of tremendous charm and character, the property offers extensive accommodation over three storeys and further comprises; vestibule entrance and reception hall with original tiled floors, two roomed cellar, elegant lounge with double doors opening through to the dining room, refurbished Habitat kitchen and utility. There are three bedrooms to the first floor (the third leading off the bathroom) and a superb fourth bedroom to the second floor which overlooks Edgbaston Reservoir. The property is double glazed and benefits from gas central heating. There are gardens to the rear with gated access to the Reservoir. The property is well situated for Birmingham City Centre and the Motorway Network.Internal inspection is highly recommended. Viewing via the Harborne Office 0121 427 7442.

This beautifully presented, period semi-detached home is approached via a public highway with two wrought iron gates giving access to front fore garden with block paved patio, pathways dissecting front fore garden with a selection of mature plants and flowering shrubs, hedgerows to borders and low-level walling leading to original style front entry door with stained glass lead-effect window above opening into:

Inner Vestibule 
With Minton tiled floor covering, wall-mounted electric fuse-box, ceiling light point, original style stained glass hardwood door with stained glass side and above windows opening into:

Entrance Hallway 
With continued Minton tiled floor covering, stairs with decorative balustrade rising to the first floor accommodation, two ceiling light points, original cast iron Victorian style radiator, decorative arch-way, and stripped pine interior doors opening into:

Front Reception Room 
14' 08'' (into bay window) x 12' 11'' (into chimney breast recess) (4.47m x 3.93m)
With a feature wooden frame double-glazed bay window to front aspect, cornice to ceiling, in-set decorative gas fireplace (not connected) with cast iron fire place, decorative marble mantle-piece and tiled hearth, ceiling light point, central heating radiator and glazed double interior doors opening into:

Rear Reception Room / Dining Room 
11' 05'' x 14' 01'' (3.48m x 4.29m)
Accessed via double-doors from the front reception room or from an interior door in the entrance hallway: With cornice to ceiling, feature open exposed brick space to chimney breast with tiled hearth, ceiling light point, central heating radiator and double-glazed wooden-framed French doors with accompanying window above opening out into rear garden.

15' 08'' x 8' 10'' (4.77m x 2.69m)
With a selection of hardwood free-standing kitchen units, work surface, stainless steel sink and drainer with hot and cold mixer tap over, tiling to splash back areas, space facility for a range cooker, space facility for fridge and freezer, tiled floor covering, ceiling light point, central heating radiator, in-set cast iron log-burner with exposed wooden beam lintel, two wooden-framed double-glazed windows to the side aspect and an interior door opening into:

Utility Room 
7' 07'' x 8' 01'' (2.31m x 2.46m)
With space and plumbing facilities for a dish-washer and washing machine, further space facility for a tumble-dryer, various storage options, continued tiled floor covering, wall-mounted 'Vaillant' central heating boiler unit, glass brick feature window to the side aspect, ceiling light point and a wooden exterior stable door with in-set stained glass window giving access to the rear garden.

Accessed via a stripped pine interior door from the entrance hallway with stairs descending down into cellar: Cellar being split in to two sections:

Cellar - Section One 
13' 04'' x 14' 01'' (4.06m x 4.29m)
Providing plenty of potential.

Cellar - Section Two 
11' 05'' x 8' 11'' (3.48m x 2.72m)
Providing plenty of further potential.

Rear Garden 
Accessed via side access way or exterior doors from the utility room and rear reception room / dining room: With a block paved patio area, low maintenance stone chipping pathways with decorative flowerbeds and walls to borders, leading on to raised red quarry tiled outside dining area with steps then leading down further to garden with mature hedgerows, mature lawn, sculptured flowerbeds with a vast selection of mature flowering plants and shrubs and finally leading on to rear of garden with exterior gate giving access out into Edgbaston Reservoir picnic area.

First Floor Landing 
With stairs with decorative balustrade rising to the first floor accommodation from the entrance hallway: With ceiling light point, further stairs with decorative balustrade rising to the second floor accommodation and various interior doors opening into:

Master Bedroom 
18' 02'' x 12' 03'' (5.53m x 3.73m)
With two wooden framed double-glazed windows giving lovely views of the church and front aspect, ceiling light point and a central heating radiator.

Bedroom Two 
14' 00'' x 11' 04'' (4.26m x 3.45m)
With a wooden-framed double-glazed window giving lovely views of the rear garden, laminate wood-effect floor covering, ceiling light point, central heated radiator and an in-set cast iron original style fireplace.

15' 08'' x 8' 11'' (4.77m x 2.72m)
With a low flush WC, wash hand basin on pedestal and a free-standing Victorian style roll-edge bath with silver chrome feet and Victorian style shower over, exposed wooden floor covering, ceiling light point, central heating radiator, in-set fireplace with tiled surround, wooden framed part-frosted double-glazed window to the side aspect and an interior door opening into:

Bedroom Three 
8' 05'' x 12' 02'' (2.56m x 3.71m)
Accessed via an interior door from the bathroom: With dual aspect wooden framed double-glazed windows to side aspect, picture window to Edgbaston reservoir and rear garden, ceiling light point and a central heating radiator.

Second Floor Landing 
Accessed via stairs with decorative balustrade rising from the first floor landing to the second floor accommodation: With a single-glazed Velux roof-light and double feature glazed doors opening into:

L-Shaped Top Floor 
17' 08'' (max) x 25' 09'' (max) (5.38m x 7.84m)
Currently utilised as home work space / home cinema and music room: Snug offering dual aspects views with single-glazed window to the side aspect, Velux double-glazed window to rear aspect giving views of Edgbaston Reservoir, exposed wooden floor covering, carved wooden lectern, storage to eaves, ceiling light point, central heating radiator and an in-set fireplace with decorative tiled surround and wooden mantle-piece.

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07 September 2016


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