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4 bedroom link detached house for sale

Pleasant Harbour, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12

Guide Price £435,000

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Tenure: Freehold

Character Grade II listed timber framed house in the historic centre of the riverside town of Bewdley, around 1982 sq ft.

Reception Hall, Sitting Room, Snug, Kitchen, Cloakroom, Master Bedroom With Dressing Area, Three Further Double Bedrooms, Large Second Floor Landing Area, Family Bathroom. Garden. Parking Space.

Situation: Bewdley is a charming market town delightfully situated on the Severn, the longest river in Great Britain. Within the town centre there are many buildings of historical and architectural interest leading the architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner to describe the town as 'the most perfect small Georgian town in Worcestershire.' The River Severn and the Wyre Forest, which covers some 600 acres to the West, provide excellent opportunity for recreational activities. Bewdley itself provides local shopping and educational facilities whilst a greater range of business, leisure, shopping and educational facilities are available in Kidderminster and the cathedral and university city of Worcester.

Description: Bridgewater Cottage is a charming Grade II listed timber framed house full of character, set in the historic heart of the popular town of Bewdley. Care has been taken to retain many original features including exposed beams, exposed purlins to the second floor and brick inglenook fireplaces. The property has been skilfully updated with contemporary but sympathetic kitchen and bathroom fittings and now provides a family home with two reception rooms, four double bedrooms, a generous and private garden and one parking space.

In brief, the accommodation comprises:

• Double doors lead into a glazed entrance porch with a wooden floor and leading into the reception hall which has a wooden floor and beamed ceiling. The hallway is open to the
• Sitting room, which has a large window overlooking the front garden, a wood burner set in large brick inglenook fireplace with an oak mantel over, exposed beams to the walls and ceiling and a large under-stairs storage cupboard. From the sitting room, an arch leads through to
• A well-fitted kitchen featuring a good range of units with oak worktops and incorporating a double ceramic sink, Kenwood double electric oven, Kenwood ceramic hob, dishwasher and space and plumbing for a washing machine and fridge. This room has a ceramic tiled floor, space for a dining table and double doors leading out to the stone-paved terrace.
• From the reception hall is accessed the snug, which has a large window to the front aspect, an open fire set in a brick inglenook fireplace with oak mantel, part panelled walls, exposed beams to the walls and ceiling and a built in part-glazed cabinet.
• The cloakroom is also accessed of the reception hall and is of good size with exposed beams to the walls and ceiling.
• The first floor master bedroom has a window overlooking the garden, exposed beams to the walls and ceiling and an archway through to a dressing area with hanging rails and shelving.
• There are three further double bedrooms, one on the first floor and two on the second floor, all with exposed beams to the walls and ceilings.
• The first floor family bathroom is well-presented and contemporary in style, having a ceramic tiled floor, a roll top bath with claw feet and a shower attachment, a corner shower cubicle, WC and double basins set in a large vanity unit.
• There is a large store cupboard on the first floor landing and the second floor landing is very spacious, with wonderful exposed purlins, a skylight window, 2 large eaves storage cupboards, exposed beams and providing an ideal seating or study area.

Outside, there is gated entrance from the public footpath leading into a well-proportioned and private garden. There is a large stone paved terrace accessible from the kitchen and entrance porch. Raised beds, trellis fencing and a trellised arch lead into the lawned area of the garden. The garden is edged by wooden fencing, with wrought iron fencing adjoining the footpath. There is a wooden lean-to to the side of the house with a concrete floor and UPVC door, ideal for storage.

Agent's Note: To the best of the vendor's knowledge, only the far end of the garden has ever flooded.

Services: All mains services are connected.

Local Authority: Wyre Forest District Council 01562 820505 www.wyreforestdc.gov.uk


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11 April 2016

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