4 bedroom detached house for salePark Lane, Bewdley, DY12
Sold STC £550,000
A Rare Opportunity To Purchase A Substantial Grade II Listed Family Home With The "Best Of Both Worlds".
Close To The Town With Outstanding And Far Reaching Rural Views, Originally Part Of The Tickenhill Estate, Owned By The Same Family For 50 Years. The Conversion Took Place In The Late 70's. The Spacious And Well Planned Accommodation Would Benefit From Some Updating. Early Viewing Of This Unique Property Is Essential.
Description: A four bedroom coach house conversion with a detached outbuilding, set within an idyllic semi-rural location near to Bewdley town centre.
Reception Hall: Staircase to first floor, two storage cupboards, traditional wooden ceiling beam, tiled flooring, three radiators, wall lighting and door to;
Cloakroom: Coat hooks, light point and door leading to;
Downstairs WC: WC, wash hand basin, extractor, towel rail above radiator and a light point.
Kitchen/ Dining Room: 5.75m x 4.56m (18'10" x 15') With defined Kitchen and Dining areas. Within the Kitchen area are a range of traditional wooden wall and base level units, double sink and drainer in front of traditional wooden framed window to the rear garden, four ring gas hob and extractor above, electric oven, space for appliances beneath worktops, tiled flooring and traditional wooden ceiling beam. Within the Dining area is space for table and chairs, window with views of the front garden, telephone point, traditional wooden ceiling beam, two pendant ceiling light points and three radiators. An open arch leads to;
Pantry: Having fitted shelving, window, heating programmer, light and radiator.
Utility Room: 5.87m x 1.82m (19'3" x 6') Space for floor-standing appliances, two skylights, external doors to the front and rear aspect, fitted shelving, radiator, two light points, gas and electric metres and tiled floor.
Sitting Room: 5.79m x 4.38m (19' x 14'4") Having a feature open fireplace within brick surround and stone mantle, two windows, TV point, telephone point, double doors to shelved cupboard, wooden flooring, two radiators, traditional wooden ceiling beams and ceiling lighting. Open plan access leading to;
Garden Room: 3.33m x 2.23m (10'11" x 7'4") Door and windows to the side aspect, wooden flooring, two radiators and wall light point. Open plan access leading to;
Music Room: 5.46m x 5.37m (17'11" x 17'7") A stunning octagonal room including three secondary glazed windows with garden views, heating thermostat, wooden flooring, three radiators, feature high level ceilings, down-lighting & pendant ceiling light point and fitted shelving.
First Floor Landing: Airing cupboard, loft hatch, wooden window with pleasant views, traditional wooden beam, light points and radiator.
Bedroom 1: 4.10m x 4.54m (13'5" x 14'11") Fitted bedroom furniture including wardrobes, bed-side tables & dressing table, traditional wooden beams, ceiling & bed-side lighting, telephone point, wooden framed window with distant rural views and a radiator. Open plan access leads to;
Dressing Room: Built in wardrobes, wash hand basin, shaving point, window, wall cupboard, wall mirror with light above, towel rail above radiator, traditional wooden beam and light point. A door leads to;
En-Suite: 1.78m x 1.47m (5'10" x 4'10") Bath with mixer shower above and rail to the side, WC, extractor, towel rail above radiator, wooden beam and light point.
Bedroom 2: 2.99m x 4.61m (9'10" x 15'1") Window to the rear aspect with distant views, exposed beams, built in wardrobe & dressing table, built in wooden corner shelf, light point and radiator.
Bedroom 3: 2.97m x 4.60m (9'9" x 15'1") Window to the front aspect with distant rural views, exposed beams, built in wardrobe & dressing table, built in wooden corner shelf, light point and radiator.
Bedroom 4: 2.11m x 3.43m (6'11" x 11'3") With an open arch to a wardrobe area, window with distant rural views, sloping ceilings with traditional wooden beams, ceiling & bed-side light points and radiator.
Bathroom: 1.79m x 2.18m (5'10" x 7'2") Bath with mixer shower above and rail to the side, pedestal wash hand basin, WC, shaving point, towel rail above radiator, wall mounted cupboard, traditional wooden beam, window with distant views and a light point.
Approach: There is a driveway giving ample off road parking facility, front garden including well-presented lawns, two feature ponds, trees, shrubs and flowers, hose point, side access to the rear garden, external lighting, sheltered front door access and two roller shutter doors into the Garage.
Garden: A tiered rear garden including levels of flower beds bordered by railway sleepers, patio seating area with an external light, door to the boiler room, wooden shed, gravel garden to the side elevation and greenhouse.
Double Garage: 5.91m x 5.36m (19'5" x 17'7") With two remote control roller shutter doors to the driveway and a light point.
Garden Store: Light point, tiled floor and staircase to the first floor (Above Garage).
Outbuilding WC: WC, wash hand basin, tiled floor and light point.
First Floor Above Garage: 5.06m x 3.58m (16'7" x 11'9") Having sloping ceilings with two double glazed skylights, sliding door to the eaves, light and power.
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