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4 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Woodland View, Habberley Road, Bewdley

Sold STC £315,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Three Double Bedrooms and Excellent Basement Games Room/Office/Bedroom
  • 30ft Through Lounge/Dining Room
  • Delightful 24ft Kitchen/Breakfast Room
  • Full Range of Integrated Appliances
  • Hall with Guest Cloakroom
  • Large Re-Fitted Bathroom
  • Fabulous High Ceilings
  • Private Gardens and Parking Space

Full description

STUNNING PROPERTY ABSOLUTELY MUST BE SEEN. A particularly spacious double fronted end terrace Victorian house offering beautifully presented accommodation in keeping with the period. Three Double Bedrooms and Excellent Basement Games Room/Office/Bedroom, 30ft Through Lounge/Dining Room, Delightful 24ft Kitchen/Breakfast Room, Full Range of Integrated Appliances, Hall with Guest Cloakroom, Large Re-Fitted Bathroom, Fabulous High Ceilings, Private Gardens and Parking Space.

A particularly spacious double fronted end terrace Victorian house offering beautifully presented accommodation in keeping with the period.

Guest Cloakroom - 1.80m x 0.76m (5'11" x 2'6") -

Kitchen/Breakfast Room - 7.54m x 3.28m (dining) / 2.67m (kitchen) (24'8" x -

Rear Lounge - 5.49m x 3.38m (18'0" x 11'1") -

Dining Room - 3.76m x 3.38m (12'4" x 11'1") -

Basement Bedroom - 4.32m x 3.48m (14'2" x 11'5") -

Basement Office - 3.48m x 3.07m (11'5" x 10'1") -

Bedroom One (Front) - 4.50m max x 3.73m (14'9" max x 12'3") -

Bedroom Two (Rear) - 3.63m x 3.43m (11'11" x 11'3") -

Bedroom Three (Front) - 3.73m x 3.30m (12'3" x 10'10") -

Bathroom - 3.66m x 2.64m (12'0" x 8'8") -

This attractive double fronted end terrace house is thought to date from the late Victorian period and is situated on the outskirts of Bewdley being well placed for commuters to Kidderminster, Stourbridge and the West Midlands.

The accommodation within is of excellent proportions and has been sympathetically improved and upgraded over the last few years by the present owners.

Features of note include the use of strip boarded oak flooring or tiled flooring, with period style central heating radiators, authentic fireplaces and interior doors, all accentuated by splendid high ceilings which to the first floor are over 10ft in height.

An excellent addition to the principal accommodation is the converted basement which features two upvc double glazed light windows, quality laminate flooring with fully decorated walls and ceiling and inset with a number of spotlights.

The basement is arranged as two distinct areas, each with central heating radiator, presently arranged as a double bedroom area plus office with two in-built cupboards and work surface having space for two appliances. Equally this would provide ideal space for a games room, gym or home office.

The three double bedrooms to the first floor are all of good proportions whilst the spacious bathroom features a re-fitted contemporary style white suite incorporating panelled bath with wall mounted tap, pedestal hand basin, low level wc, cubicle with rainfall mixer shower, chrome heated towel rail, in-built double toiletries cabinet and wall cupboard housing the Worcester gas fired central heating boiler.

A porch entrance gives way to the main wooden entrance door which opens to the hallway featuring a number of most attractive interior doors with ornate leaded light panels, leading off to the principal rooms.

To the rear of the hallway a door goes out to garden and a further door opens to guest cloakroom with tiled floor, corner hand basin, low level wc and rear window with miniature tiled sill.

There is a splendid through lounge/dining room measuring over 30ft in length, originally two rooms and easily divisible if preferred. The rear lounge has a fireplace with log burner, double doors to rear garden and side window with strip boarded oak floor continuing through to the dining room which features an open fireplace with cast iron grate, tiled hearth and wooden surround plus door returning to hallway.

The superb open plan kitchen/breakfast room measures over 24ft in length and is also arranged as two distinct areas, the dining area having strip boarded oak floor and fireplace with tiled hearth and log burner.

The kitchen features a comprehensive range of cream wall and base cabinets with wooden doors offset by black granite work surfaces, complementary floor tiling, white enamel Belfast sink, Smeg stainless steel range cooker having electric oven and five ring gas hob plus integrated appliances to include Siemens dishwasher, Zanussi washing machine and a fridge/freezer.

To the rear of the house is a paved patio area with clematis growing over a trellis and south facing lawned garden edged with planted borders. The rear garden has a part walled boundary to New Road with gateway to single gravelled parking space and a second gateway to New Road where it is possible to park next to the house (this being at the very end of the "No Through Road").

This highly individual property can not fail to impress and viewing is absolutely essential to fully appreciate the size and calibre of the accommodation provided.

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05 July 2016


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