3 bedroom town house for saleHenwick Road, St Johns, Worcester
- Attached End Townhouse
- Three Generous Bedrooms
- Family Bathroom
- Drawing Room
- Versatile Basement
- Walled Courtyard Garden
SERVICES Benefitting from full mains services including water, electric, drainage and gas and benefitting from gas central heating.
GENERAL This wonderful home is believed to date back to 1803 and was formally part of the whole building 'St Clements' House. Understood that it was built for the Vicar it has been lovingly restored and adapted throughout the years. Having been a cherished family home for the current owner who has invested considerably into the property, having upgraded the central heating and electrics, had a new roof and tanked the cellar.
RECEPTION HALLWAY With front door opening to this hallway which in turn have stairs rising to the first floor. Doors then lead to the main drawing room, kitchen and down to the basement. With radiator, two ceiling light points and a wall thermostat.
DRAWING ROOM 12' 10" x 17' 10" (3.91m x 5.44m) This grand room enjoys typically high ceiling with original large sash windows to both aspects creating a tremendous feeling of space and grandeur. Having a feature traditional fireplace that has been sympathetically enhanced to gas. With original grate, tiled surround and hearth and wooden display mantle. The room enjoys many original features including archetypal coving, cornicing, dado rail and wood panelling above the fireplace with useful storage cupboards to either side. Also providing two radiators, two ceiling light points, power points, telephone point and television aerial point.
KITCHEN 11' 3" x 10' 3" (3.43m x 3.12m) Continuing the spacious feel with large sash window to the rear aspect and being fitted with a range of wall and base units incorporating a roll edge worksurfaces, inset stainless steel sink and drainer board with mixer taps and tiled splashback. Space for a gas cooker, fridge freezer and plumbing and space for a washing machine. Having coving and a ceiling light point, power points, radiator and the wall mounted potterton gas boiler. Door opening to the rear garden.
DOUBLE BASEMENT Basement One: 17' 0 x 13' 11
Basement Two : 11' 9 max X 13' 2
With stairs coming down to the initial basement which in turn open to the second. Being a wonderful and adaptable double space providing versatility to suit many requirements. With the initial room having a spotlight, power point, water meter and electric consumer board. The far room has a couple of supporting pillars and also door to the outside courtyard. With rear aspect window, further spotlights, power points and housing the gas meter.
FIRST FLOOR LANDING With graceful curving staircase leading in turn to the second floor, large sash window to the front ceiling light point and providing access to the bathroom and bedroom.
INNER HALLWAY Having hallway area that in turn houses a cupboard with useful storage. With ceiling light point and a further door opening to the bathroom.
FAMILY BATHROOM 12' 5" x 5' 11" (3.78m x 1.8m) With obscured sash window to the rear and having a matching white suite to comprise a panelled bath with dual shower head above, pedestal wash hand basin and WC. Partly tiled walls, shaver point, radiator and ceiling light point.
GUEST / BEDROOM TWO 14' 0" x 17' 8" (4.27m x 5.38m) A further superb size room continuing the wonderful original features, currently being used as a Sitting Room. Enjoying a dual aspect to both the front and rear elevations. The rear window starts to enjoy the elevated position the property provides with lovely aspect across the city and beyond. With dado rail, traditional fireplace with gas fire, wooden surround and wooden display mantle and having two ceiling light points, two radiators and power points.
SECOND FLOOR LANDING With further window to the front and providing access to the master bedroom and third bedroom. Having a power point and useful storage cupboard with ceiling light. In addition having a radiator and ceiling light point.
BEDROOM THREE 12' 5" max x 10' 3" (3.78m max x 3.12m) The smallest of the bedrooms yet still an adequate double enjoying a superb rear aspect window taking in the views across the city. Having a charming feature original fireplace, radiator, ceiling light point and power point.
MASTER BEDROOM 14' 2" max x 17' 9" (4.32m max x 5.41m) This spacious room enjoys the dual aspect again with stunning rear views towards the city and Worcester City Cathedral. A further delightful feature fireplace with original grate and having two radiators, ceiling light point, power points and loft hatch.
COURTYARD GARDEN Being fully enclosed with brick walls this delightful and secluded courtyard has been paved and gravelled for ease of maintenance. Having feature raised flower boarders and two pleasant seating areas. Steps at the rear lead to the side pedestrian door to the garage and further steps down to the external basement door. Steps lead up to the rear door opening to the kitchen and house useful under stairs storage beneath.
GARAGE 8' 1" x 16' 0" (2.46m x 4.88m) Having concrete flooring, power, light and up and over door. Opening to a further space with additional designated space at the rear of the driveway.
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