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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Cleobury Road,, Bewdley,

Sold by Us £495,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Four double bedrooms
  • Kitchen with vaulted ceiling
  • Family bathroom & Shower room
  • Annex
  • Period features throughout
  • Parking
  • Private garden
  • Cellar
  • Two reception rooms
  • No upward chain

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

GENERAL INFORMATION Impressive four double bedrooms, detached double fronted period property, set back from the roadside, yet close to Bewdley town centre. Being of brick construction under pitched tiled roof, tall imposing chimneys protrude high above the roof line..

Built in 1903, this Edwardian home has been extended to provide a stunning family residence.

It is thought it takes its name from being built in a large field with Oak trees around.

Many period features have been retained where possible, from decorative mouldings, deep skirting boards, picture and dado rails, striking fire surrounds and varnished exposed floorboards. It is understood that varnished floor boards can be found under the landing carpet. High ceilings downstairs - some 9ft high - perfect for the Christmas tree. Eye catching period wooden windows with metal furniture. Stripped pine panelled doors with locks, and original style radiators in keeping with this house.

The property is not listed, however the current owners have sympathetically, restored and added to over the last twenty plus years. Now with the family grown its time for a change.

In more detail the accommodation comprises striking reception room with two fireplaces, second reception room, great cellar, shower room and fabulous vaulted ceiling kitchen to the rear. On the first floor are four double bedrooms and a family bathroom. There is also a loft, although this has not been converted. Boasting gas central heating and partial double glazing. Parking and gardens to frontage, with cottage style garden to the rear. The additional benefits are side and rear porch and brick built buildings to comprise; home office, annex both with electric and the annex with a wood burner and last but by no means least there is a summer house.

The house is flooded with natural light throughout. An absolute must be to appreciate all that is on offer.

Set back from the roadside one enters a shared gravel driveway affording good off road parking. There is provision for a garage if required.

Local Sandstone walling with pretty well stocked rockery garden. Steps rise to the property having pedestrian access to one side with quarry tiled pathway via lockable wooden gate.Lovely wooden front door having original glass tilt window above and outside lighting.
 

RECEPTION HALL 16' 3" x 9' 7" (4.976m x 2.933m) An impressive entrance to this grand old house. With Minton tiled flooring, picture and dado rail, period style radiator, two ceiling light points both having in keeping lamp shades, deep skirting boards, telephone point and stairs rising the first floor accommodation . The stairs have wooden panelling and attractive spindles and hand rail.
 

RECEPTION ROOM 12' 2" x 11' 10" (3.709m x 3.632m) Period caste iron fireplace being the focal point of this room. Having attractive period tiling surround. Older style radiator with TRV, eye catching cornicing to ceiling, picture rail and deep skirting. Useful recessed shelving and cupboard either side of chimney breast. Aerial, ceiling light and telephone point. Attractive original wooden window with metal latch and stay to front elevation.
 

RECEPTION ROOM 25' 4" x 18' 2" (7.737m x 5.543m) Maximum sizes quoted.
A delightful space which could easily be separated into two rooms. Striking Fireplace in slate, including the surround and hearth. Recessed multi fuel burner. Further fireplace, a real focal point, constructed in stone and having an open fire. A real statement piece for the room and would be fabulous lit in the winter time. Front wooden window matching other front windows, side facing wooden bay window, all of which have metal handles and stays. Stripped varnished floor, two old style radiators with TRVs and three stripped doors two with locks. (Two to hallway and one to the kitchen) Decorative coving to ceiling, picture rail, dado rail, deep skirting boards and two cupboards with book shelving set either side of the fireplace. Two ceiling light points, two aerial points and telephone point.
 

KITCHEN/BREAKFAST ROOM 17' 4" x 13' 6" (5.307m x 4.120m) A more recent addition in the late 90s by the current owners. Impressive vaulted ceiling with exposed timbers. Side wooden window being double glazed, with further double glazed floor-to-ceiling door with side panels providing an abundance of natural light and fabulous view of the garden too. A range of Maple base units having coloured polished concrete work tops. Inset large stainless steel Smeg sink with mixer tap over and partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Gas fired Aga, with further AEG inset four ring gas hob unit with AEG built in electric oven. Integral dishwasher and space for white goods. Full width wall maple welsh dresser style shelving and storage, two ceiling light points, four spot lights, deep skirting board, further open shelving, space for dining and door to the side porch.
 

LAUNDRY 12' 4" x 8' 7" (3.778m x 2.619m) It is understood that this was part of the old pantry and kitchen and the old quarry tiles are still in situ on the floor together with the chimney breast and fireplace opening. Belfast sink with mixer tap, wood work top, side wooden window, rear door, two ceiling light points, built in cupboard. Space and plumbing for white goods
 

SHOWER ROOM 8' 10" x 5' 7" (2.712m x 1.726m) Large shower cubicle with mixer shower (1200mm X 800mm), pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over. Close coupled wc suite, partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Heated towel rail and wall mounted extractor fan. Quarry tiled floor, ceiling light point, decorative cornicing to the ceiling. Picture rail, wooden rear window having metal stay and handle. Original door which has been painted, with lock.
 

SIDE PORCH Partial colour-washed tongue and groove panelling to walls, wooden flooring extends into this room from the kitchen. Ceiling light point, very useful hanging and shoe space and part double glazed wooden door to side elevation.  

STAIRS RISING TO THE FIRST FLOOR ACCOMMODATION AND GALLERIED LANDING Picture rail, ceiling light point, dado rail, deep skirting board and window to front elevation. The landing is spacious enough to take a piece of furniture and is currently used as a home office. 

BEDROOM 12' 2" x 11' 7" (3.728m x 3.535m) Original style cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, front window with secondary glazing, tall upright radiator with TRV, varnished stripped floorboards, original style door, two aerial points and useful recessed cupboard.
 

BEDROOM 12' 2" x 11' 11" (3.713m x 3.647m) Front window with secondary glazing, fire surround with vintage style fireplace, varnished exposed wooden flooring, deep skirting, ceiling light point and radiator with TRV.
 

BEDROOM 12' 3" x 11' 11" (3.754m x 3.653m) Rear window, radiator with TRV, varnished exposed flooring, cast iron fireplace with tiled hearth, deep skirting board, picture rail and ceiling light point and built in wardrobes.
 

BEDROOM 12' 3" x 9' 8" (3.754m x 2.968m) Varnished exposed flooring, side window, radiator with TRV, ceiling light point, cast iron fireplace tiled hearth and picture rail.
 

BATHROOM 8' 1" x 6' 3" (2.475m x 1.923m) Panelled bath with mixer shower tap, with fixed shower screen, close coupled wc suite and pedestal wash hand basin with mixer tap over. Partial mosaic tiling to walls, rear window, rubber floor tiles, wall mounted tall heated towel rail, deep skirting boards, wall mounted extractor fan, picture rail and ceiling light point.
 

CELLAR 18' 9" x 12' 3" (5.723m x 3.735m) Not tanked but a tremendous storage space, perfect for wine, vegetables and fruit! Brick steps descend, quarry tiled flooring, original quarry raised slab, great ventilation by way of small windows, three lights and the electrics.
 

REAR PORCH Having polycarbonate roof panels, wall mounted Worcester Bosch boiler, which provides the domestic hot water and central heating requirements for this property. Useful storage with door into laundry and door to outside part double glazed. 

OUTSIDE  

STUDIO ANNEXE 14' 0" x 10' 8" (4.269m x 3.267m) There is lapsed planning permission to extend the Studio Annex and incorporate other outbuildings for use as a granny flat or possible art studio / office.Being brick built under pitched roof having vaulted ceiling. Installed is a wood burner. Large double glazed wooden windows with French doors to frontage maximising natural light. Further roof window, exposed wooden varnished floorboards, lighting and power.

Brick built storage shed with pitched tiled roof. Having two ceiling light points, telephone point and three windows.








 

GARDEN AREA Fully fenced garden having outside lighting and water. Large patio, with brick built curved walling, space for tubs and planters. The patio extends into pathway to one side, with wooden shed, further seating area, planted border and wooden gated access to the front.
Steps rise to old brick patio, flanked by well attended stocked borders and mature shrubs. Very much a cottage style garden enjoying a sunny aspect. Barked pathway leads onwards to vegetable plot and summerhouse. There is additional space behind the summer house.
 

SUMMER HOUSE Wooden building at the top of the garden with double opening glazed doors. 

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please note that all measurements are approximate and measured to the maximum. In an older property where no room is square the discrepancy can be larger. Therefore do not rely on the sizes if purchasing furniture.

Please also note 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 Freehold; however this and any other information included within should be verified through Solicitors.

*Mains services including gas, electric, drainage and water, are connected to the property. The gas meter is external whilst the electrics are in the cellar.

*A telephone line is installed at the property and is subject to the usual transfer regulations. Superfast Broadband is available with speed of over 70mb per second.

* The central heating is provided by gas.

*We have been informed that the council tax banding is and payable to Wyre Forest District Council.

* A convenience store and newsagent is less than ¼ mile away, opening seven days a week and is extremely well stocked.

* A bus stop is literally a short walk away with connections to Ludlow and Kidderminster the other.

* The Wyre Forest is accessible as is the Golden Valley with its walks and wildlife, this is truly an ideal location. Super scenery whatever the season. Perfect for anyone whom enjoys an outdoor lifestyle.

Bewdley is a quaint Georgian town having a variety of amenities for locals and the visitor alike. Doctors, dentist, vets, chemists, independent butcher, green grocer, delicatessen, bakery, a variety of eating houses and small food store. There is a leisure centre adjacent to the school and a local hotel with a health Club. One can enjoy full use of the pool, gym and other facilities (although they do carry a charge.) A brand new state of the art doctor's surgery has opened its doors in July 2016. The Library has been amalgamated into the building too, along the chemist.

There are two golf clubs. The Bewdley Pines and Wharton Park, with club house open to the public. Films are screened in St Georges Hall in the heart of the town and other events too take place here.

Hopleys situated on the Cleobury Road sells fresh vegetables and fruit, together with local produce including meats, eggs, wine etc. There is a café attached. It's a very nice place to visit. During the year several well attended functions take place there too!

Bewdley has two primary schools, both having good Ofsted reports and The Bewdley School and Sixth Form Centre which provides education until the age of 18 years.

There are many places of interest including the museum, which is free to enter and is certainly worth an hour or two of your time! Behind which is Jubilee Gardens with access off High Street, Lax Lane and Severnside South. Meticulously kept with fish pool and planting. During the year events such as live music and plays perform here.

The West Midlands Safari Park is worth a visit and is within half a mile from the town centre. Don't forget to visit the Severn Valley Railway, with a Railway station at Bewdley. The town as with other stops along the line host many events throughout the year including Thomas the Tank and the Santa special for the youngsters, theme events too for the older fanatic including the 40s weekends. The town also puts on a carnival in June, which stages events leading up to the parade including a great fireworks display. The rowing club which is highly regarded across the country, holds its regatta here and sees visitors and entrants from all over the world attend. For the amateur they is also a raft race for the pub and club enthusiasts.

Stourport is a well visited river side town with many day and holiday trippers. The town has a wide selection of shops and amenities including doctors surgeries, dentist, library, vet, chemists, paper shop, various other shops and many varied eating houses. There are three supermarkets, independent butchers and greengrocer although not large however does have something for everyone.

For more choice head into Kidderminster. Kidderminster is the larger of the towns and has a greater variety of shops, builders merchants DIY Superstores, larger supermarkets and eateries. Here is a small cinema too. A brand new leisure centre was opened in mid 2016.

If that is not enough, both Worcester and Merry Hill should offer you what you're after!

Ideal location for commuting, with a railway station in Kidderminster, providing the area with a regular service to London, Birmingham and Worcester etc. Good road network to M5, M6, M42, Birmingham and Worcester all within travelling distance.

 

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS No item not specified within will be included in the sale price. However, certain items may be available by separate negotiation with the vendors.
 

VIEWINGS At any reasonable time, however strictly through the selling agents on 01299 405062 or 07776 361010 / 07776361025. Please be aware that full names and addresses will be taken in the interest of security. 


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