3 bedroom detached house for saleSeafield Lane, Beoley, Redditch, B98
Guide Price £750,000
An Impressive Family Home In A Very Convenient Location Surrounded By Private Gardens.
Entrance Porch, Inner Hallway, Dining Room, Drawing Room, Cloakroom, Kitchen Breakfast Room, Utility Room, Study/Bedroom 4, Master Bedroom With En-Suite Shower Room, Two Further Double Bedrooms, Family Bathroom, Double Garage, Off Street Parking, Pretty Garden. 2454 Sq Ft. EPC = E.
Communications: Seafield House is well located for local transport links, being approximately 2 1/2 miles south of the M42, Junction 3. This in turn gives convenient access to the M5 and M40 motorways. Birmingham International Airport is approximat
Situation: Seafield House is located on the edge of Beoley Village, and within a few minutes' drive of Tanworth-in-Arden, with its renowned pub, the Bell, and local facilities to include doctors surgery. Redditch town centre is approximately 5 miles distant, whilst Solihull, with the well regarded Touchwood Shopping Centre is only 15 minutes by car. Beoley and Tanworth-in-Arden skirt the border between rural Warwickshire and Worcestershire, with its wonderful scenery, and tourist spots Henley-in-Arden and Stratford-upon-Avon. The highly regarded Bromsgrove (co-ed) and Solihull (co-ed) Schools are within easy reach, as is St. Martins (girls), also in Solihull.
Description: Seafield House is a wonderful early twentieth century family house offering very spacious and versatile accommodation as well as being surrounded by very peaceful private gardens. The property is ideal for entertaining with large reception rooms, direct access to the garden and decked patio area as well as a gravelled pergola ideal for alfresco dining.
The property is approached through a gated in and out gravelled driveway which offers plenty of off street parking to the front of the house as well as access to the double garage. The property is then entered through an enclosed tiled porch into the more formal accommodation which briefly consists of:
An inner hallway giving access to a downstairs cloakroom and built-in wardrobe for hanging coats. The hallway then gives direct access to:
Dining room with beautiful oak parquet floor, an open fire with brick surround and tiled hearth, decorative features such as a ceiling rose and cornicing.
A spacious sitting room with large windows offering 360 degree views, an inglenook fireplace with wood burning stove and side alcoves to store logs as well as incorporating a safe. The wood burning stove has a brick surround and flagstone hearth, and there are also patio doors giving access to the rear garden and decked patio.
Kitchen breakfast room with a selection of wall mounted units and a central island with granite tops and a Professional electric hob and oven. The kitchen then leads to:
A utility room with plumbing for appliances a selection of wall mounted units, and stable doors to the garden and decked patio.
From utility room there is also direct access to the double garage, and it should be noted that there may be the potential of a second floor extension over the garage, however this would be subject to seeking relevant planning permission.
The downstairs accommodation is completed with a study with built-in shelves and cupboards which could potentially be used as a fourth bedroom. It should also be noted that it may be possible to have a second storey extension over the study however this would be subject to seeking planning permission.
Directly situated off the inner hallway is a sweeping staircase which leads up to the first floor landing which gives access to the following:
A master bedroom with views to the rear garden and incorporating an en-suite shower room with WC, shower and wash hand basin.
Bedroom two with a dual aspect and a large window giving views to the front of the house.
Third double bedroom which is dual aspect and benefits from an en-suite WC and wash hand basin.
A well appointed family bathroom with floor to ceiling tiling, a tiled floor, chrome towel rail and bath, WC and wash hand basin.
Seafield House benefits from a wonderful private garden with a lovely gravelled driveway to the front and side access to the rear garden. To the right hand side of the house there is immediate access to three sheds which are currently housing the oil tank, a log store and general storage. Further to the rear there is an additional outbuilding which houses the boiler as well as garden utensils and machinery. The garden is predominately laid to lawn however to the rear there is large decked patio with steps leading down to the lawn with a selection of herbaceous borders established trees and an ornamental pond. The garden also has a gravelled dining area underneath a wood pergola, ideal for summer entertaining.
Services: Oil fired central heating, mains electricity, mains water, private drainage and broadband.
Local Authority: Bromsgrove County Council www.bromsgrove.gov.uk 01527 873232 Council Tax Band G.
Agents Note: The property is also in ownership of a strip of land running along the far side of the lane for clarification please ask the agent.
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