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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Icknield Street, Beoley, Redditch

Sold STC £449,950

Property Description

Key features

  • Semi detached period cottage
  • Many original character features
  • Annexe/office and barn
  • Grounds extending to over half an acre
  • Spectacular views over open farmland beyond

Full description

Brook Cottage is a privately located semi-detached, period cottage, retaining a wealth of original, character features and offering flexible accommodation over two floors, with annexe/office and barn, of some 153.8 sq. m. Set in delightful gardens and grounds extending to over half an acre around three sides of the property, through which passes a stream. the gardens are mainly laid to lawn, with mature shrubs and trees and an established vegetable patch with a large greenhouse. The property benefits from spectacular views over open farmland beyond.

Approached from Icknield Street through a 5-bar gate and a right of way from Brook Farm drive onto a stone driveway with ample parking and turning space.

Entrance Porch - A feature timber front door with glazed panel opens into a brick built porch, with windows to either side, under pitched tiled roof, tiled floor. An arched solid wooden door opens to

Inner Hall - Leading to

Sitting Room - 4.39m x 3.81m (14'4" x 12'5") - Brick fireplace with Bressummer beam over, housing wood burning stove, exposed original beams to the ceiling, engineered oak floor, original Georgian wooden corner cabinet, oak framed double doors opening to garden. Door to

Kitchen - 4.25m x 3.43m (max) (13'11" x 11'3" (max)) - With quarry tiled floor, fitted wall and base units, work surface with inset Belfast sink, double electric range cooker inset into former fireplace with oak beam over, the original bread oven (now not operational) remains in situ, door to

Walk-In Pantry - With setlas, space for fridge freezer, wall and base units with work surface over.

From the kitchen, a door leads to

Garden Room - 2.59m x 3.68m (8'6" x 12'1") - With tiled floor, pitched roof with 3 Velux windows, French doors opening to garden.

To the left of the inner hall a door opens into

Dining Room - 4.05m x 3.81m (13'3" x 12'5") - Sound-proofing to walls with adjoining property, with exposed original beams to the ceiling and walls, brick open fireplace with hood over, door to

Conservatory - 1.94m x 2.56m (6'4" x 8'4") - With parquet flooring, plumbing for washing machine, polycarbonate roof.

Annexe - Recently redeveloped from the former blacksmith's forge building, retaining many of the original features. The annexe can be accessed from the main house via the dining room, and also has its own separate access from the front of the property. Comprising;

Bedroom Four/Office - 3.86m x 2.93m (max) (12'7" x 9'7" (max)) - With exposed original beams to the ceiling and walls, original metal framed arched window, with secondary glazing, two Velux windows, built-in wardrobes and storage, mezzanine storage area to first floor height.

Shower Room - 1.7m x 3.0m (5'6" x 9'10") - With tiled floor, low level W.C., wash hand basin with tiled splash back, quadrant shower cubicle with with electric shower, fully tiled.

First Floor - From the sitting room a timber door opens to a wooden panelled stairway, leading to first floor landing.

Master Bedroom - 4.25m x 3.67m (13'11" x 12'0") - With windows to side and rear (one being a fire escape window), with feature cast iron fireplace within timber surround.

Bedroom Two - 4.21m x 3.81m (13'9" x 12'5") - With window overlooking the front and Velux window, fitted wardrobes, exposed wall and ceiling timbers.

Family Bathroom - 2.16m x 2.90m (7'1" x 9'6") - With low-level W.C., wash hand basin, P-shaped bath with mains fed shower over, including rainhead attachment, glazed shower screen, laminate floor, tiling and PVC wall panelling, window to side.

Bedroom Three - 2.13m x 2.90m (6'11" x 9'6") - With feature cast iron fireplace in timber surround, large storage cupboard with hanging area, window overlooking the front.

From the Garden Room, over a covered passageway, a doorway leads to a

Detached Timber Framed Brick Built Barn - Comprising

Workshop - 3.78m x 3.10m (12'5" x 10'2") - With door to

Shower Room - Low level W.C., wash hand basin, shower cubicle with electric shower.

From the workshop a door opens into

Store Room - 3.8m x 2.7m (12'5" x 8'10") - With doors opening into the garden.

General Information - Services:
Mains electricity and water are connected to the property. Drainage is to a septic tank located within the grounds. Central heating is provided by the oil-fired condensing boiler.

Council Tax:
Bromsgrove District Council: Band F

Tenure & Possession:
The property is freehold. Vacant possession will be given upon completion.

Fixtures & Fittings
All items mentioned in these sale particulars are included in the sale, all others are specifically excluded.

Strictly by appointment with John Earle: 01564 794343

John Earle is a Trading Style of John Earle & Son LLP
Registered Office: Carleton House, 266-268 Stratford Road, Shirley, B90 3AD
Reg. No. OC326726

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Added on Rightmove:
22 November 2016

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