2 bedroom end of terrace house for saleOld Road North, Kempsey, Worcester, Worcestershire, WR5
Sold STC £205,000
Sitting Room, Dining Room, Breakfast Kitchen, Two Double Bedrooms, Bathroom, Cellar & Delightful Rear Gardens. 1077 Sq Ft. EPC = E.
Mileages: Worcester 4, Malvern 9, M5 (Junction 7) 2.5, Birmingham 30 (all mileages are approximate).
Situation: Old Road North sits within the heart of Kempsey which has outstanding local amenities and a superb community. It has an excellent primary school, general stores, village hall, public house and post office together with social and sports clubs providing a thriving village community. Quick and easy access can be gained to the Cathedral City of Worcester together with the M5 and the main motorway network.
Description: Old Road North is a deceptively spacious two bedroom end terraced property. The accommodation is well-appointed boasting an excellent amount of natural light. The property was extended in the 1990's and now enjoys a spacious sitting room, dining room and breakfast kitchen on the ground floor whilst having two double bedrooms and a family bathroom on the first floor. In addition, the cellar has further potential to be converted (STPP). A real feature is the extensive rear garden which backs onto the brook.
Steps lead up to the front door where in brief there is a range of accommodation comprising:
The Sitting Room has a feature cast iron gas fireplace sitting on a tiled hearth, dual aspect double glazed window to front and side aspect, storage cupboard, radiator and an archway leads through to:
The Dining Room has a double glazed window to side aspect and a patio door onto the rear garden, feature electric fire sitting on a marble style hearth and surround. A door leads to the cellar and kitchen.
The well-appointed Breakfast Kitchen has matching wall and base units with work surface over, washing machine, fridge, space for an electric cooker, single bowl sink with drainer and mixer tap over, tiling to splashbacks and floor, two radiators, two double glazed windows to the rear aspect and an obscure part glazed door leads out to the garden.
A door from the dining room leads to the Cellar which is a good size and may have the potential to be converted into further living accommodation (STPP).
Stairs rise to the first floor.
Bedroom 1 has double glazed window to the rear aspect looking out onto the delightful garden, fitted wardrobes and matching bedside table and dressing table, radiator, feature fireplace, fitted cupboard with water tank and storage cupboard above and a door leads through to the family bathroom.
The Family Bathroom is a good size with an obscure double glazed window to the rear aspect, there is a matching suite comprising low flush WC, panelled bath with Triton electric shower over, wash hand basin set in a vanity unit, radiator, complementary tiling to walls and floors and a built in storage cupboard.
Bedroom 2 is a light and spacious double bedroom with a double glazed window to the front aspect, feature fireplace, fitted double wardrobes and bedside tables, double glazed window to the side aspect and a door leads through to a storage area with access to the loft via a loft hatch.
Outside: To the front of the property are several raised beds being well stocked with shrubs, plants and flowers. To the side through a timber gate are further flower beds housing shrubs and flowers. In addition, there is security lighting. To the rear of the property and immediately directly off the kitchen is a walled garden creating the perfect spot for alfresco dining and relaxation. There are feature pergolas and a large timber shed. Continuing along two silver birch trees form a natural arch whilst there are several further mature trees to include; pink cherry, apple and nuts. Furthermore, there is an area which is mainly laid to lawn with well stocked beds housing a beautiful array of country flowers and plants to include; herbs, chives, fennel and many more. A pathway leads to an additional patio area where there is a brick built barbeque area being the perfect spot for relaxation and enjoying the garden. In addition, there is a pathway which leads to the lower end of the garden where there are additional pergolas, a timber shed and a raised decking area being elevated above the brook being a fantastic spot for absorbing nature and enjoying the sunshine. Overall the garden is an absolute delight, a gardeners dream and a hotspot for wildlife lovers.
Services: Mains electricity, water, drainage and gas fired central heating.
Local Authority: Malvern Hills District Council -www.malvernhills.gov.uk
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