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5 bedroom terraced house for sale

Ryland Road, Edgbaston , Birmingham, B15 2BW

Sold STC £675,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Substantial Victorian terraced house
  • Fabulous gardens
  • Five double bedrooms
  • Two reception rooms
  • Six basement rooms
  • Driveway parking
  • Original features
  • Close to schools
  • Close to City Centre

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

Built in 1851 this really is a fine example of a Georgian style Victorian family home. Having a driveway to the front for two cars, five bedrooms, two reception rooms and a total of twenty rooms throughout the house. Period features have been maintained, restored and replaced where needed. To the left of the house is a tradesmen's entrance and at the rear is a wonderful south facing well established garden.

4.29m (14' 1") x 4.27m (14' 0")
Wonderful garden room with French doors leading into the garden and having a quarry tile to the floor. Bright and spacious room with a double radiator, centre ceiling and being recently decorated. Further door at the far end leads into a storage area which also houses the electrics.

Fabulous South facing L shaped rear garden being mainly lawn and having a flagstone patio to the front with seating area to the side. Further patio area with a blue brick floor and wall. Garden is kept private with fencing and mature trees, shrubs and bushes to the borders. At the rear of the garden is a gate access to the rear and extra land that takes you into a secret garden with greenhouse, planting bed, ornamental wall and further lawn with seating area.

5.54m (18' 2") x 4.32m (14' 2")
Master double bedroom has original cast iron fireplace with wooden surround, decorative cornicing and aspect over the front and rear through a timber framed sash window to both sides. To the corner of the room is a vanity sink and there is a radiator on one wall. Built in wardrobe to one side of the alcove.

3.61m (11' 10") x 1.70m (5' 7")
Family bathroom with an airing cupboard to the side and having tiled walls and floor. Bath suite comprises a P shaped Jacuzzi bath with a Triton shower over, chrome fittings and a glass shower screen and a pedestal sink. Sash window has opaque glass to the bottom half and looks over the front of the house. There is a chrome heated towel rail, ceiling extraction and ceiling light.

1.80m (5' 11") x 1.68m (5' 6")
Separate WC with bidet and a corner wall mounted wash hand basin. Tiles around the sink and an opaque UPVC window looks over the rear garden. In the room is a small loft hatch and a ceiling light.

4.62m (15' 2") x 4.34m (14' 3")
On the second floor is a landing with eave storage cupboards and Velux window. Second floor double bedroom has radiator and exposed timber beams. There is a UPVC window looking over the rear garden. Off set chimney breast with concrete surround, inset cast iron fireplace and tiled hearth.

4.27m (14' 0")x 3.58m (11' 9")
Double bedroom with exposed timber beams loft access and UPVC window looking over the rear garden. Further original leaded and stained glass window looks onto the stairway. On the chimney breast is a concrete surround, cast iron fireplace and tiled hearth. There is a double radiator, ceiling lights and loft access.

2.31m (7' 7") x 1.78m (5' 10")
Shower room has a white pedestal sink, WC and a corner shower cubicle with sliding glass doors. On the shower wall is a white tile and there is ceiling extraction and flush fitted spotlights. To the far end of the room is a built in storage unit and a heated chrome towel rail.

Wooden stairs from the ground floor take you down into the basement and its maze of rooms.

4.42m (14' 6") x 3.63m (11' 11")
Workshop was originally the basement kitchen and had a stove to the chimney breast. There is a concrete fire surround, window looking up to the lower entrance door. The alcoves have storage cupboard and far corner is a Worcester combination boiler. UPVC window has views over the rear garden and a composite door leads into the garden. Most of the basement rooms can be converted into extra living space.

3.58m (11' 9") x 2.87m (9' 5")
To the floor is a quarry tile and leading around the stairs you are taken to the lower entrance door and the coal cellar. Gas point is located in here and there is an old ice storage area.

2.64m (8' 8") x 1.57m (5' 2")
Utility room has plumbing for washing machine and space for dryer. There are cupboards, work surface and sink and an opaque UPVC window giving aspect over the rear.

3.12m (10' 3") x 1.65m (5' 5")
Original wine cellar has a barrel arched wall with a blue tile to the floor. There is a cast iron window and lots of storage space.

Further door off to the right leads into the paint storage room. Having shelving and storage space.

Stairs to the first floor have two built in storage cupboards and a further cupboard on the landing. The stairwell is lit by an original ornate skylight and doors take you to each of the first floor rooms.

4.24m (13' 11") x 3.51m (11' 6")
To the left is a double bedroom having aspect over the rear garden through timber framed sash window and having a cast iron window balcony. Original fireplace with wooden surround and cast iron fireplace. To the alcove is a purpose built wardrobe and space for storage. there is a double radiator, TV point, centre ceiling light and carpet to the floor.

4.32m (14' 2") x 3.61m (11' 10")
Double bedroom looking over the front of the property through timber framed sash window. Original cornicing, deep skirting and built in wardrobe to the alcove. On the chimney wall is a wooden surround and a cast iron fireplace.

1.70m (5' 7") x 1.45m (4' 9")
Downstairs cloakroom has a pine door with leaded and stained glass and an opaque double glazed window looking over the rear. There is a corner wall mounted wash hand basin, WC and shelving and coat hooks to the side. The floor has a beech coloured wood laminate.

4.24m (13' 11") x 3.53m (11' 7")
Having a tile effect Karndean to the floor and a range of limed oak base and wall cupboards with work surface over. There is an integrated oven and grill, microwave and five burner gas hob with extraction hood over. There is a black sink and drainer with sash window above. Around the splash areas is a small cream tile and there is plumbing for a dishwasher and an integrated fridge. To the side is a closed off fireplace having a wooden surround and tiled hearth. On one wall is a double radiator, separate storage heater, TV point and original cornice and ceiling rose. Large walk in pantry has shelving and storage space.

Beautiful Georgian style home with a small brick wall to the front and entrance onto a blue brick driveway. Enough space on the drive for two cars and at the far end of the driveway are railings with a gate leading to brick steps which lead to the basement entrance.

Wooden front door takes you into the grand entrance hall which has a Minton tile to the floor and original pine doors off to the ground floor rooms. At the far end of the hallway is a working dumb waiter with extra storage space. A composite door leads to steps down to the rear garden.

5.56m (18' 3") x 4.34m (14' 3")
Sitting room has dual aspect over the front and rear through timber framed sash window with original pine shutters to the front and UPVC French doors to the rear. On the chimney breast wall is an open coal fire with marble back, hearth and surround. Around the room is a picture rail and original decorative painted cornicing and centre ceiling rose. From the French doors you are taken onto a balcony with cast iron railings which overlooks the wonderful garden. On one wall is a double radiator and the room has cable outlet and electrical sockets.

4.27m (14' 0")x 3.58m (11' 9")
Having aspect over the front through timber sash windows with wooden shutters. To the chimney breast is an inset coal effect gas fire, marble fire surround and a tiled back and hearth. One alcove has purpose built shelving set within the space and on the walls and ceiling is period cornicing and a picture rail.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
05 October 2016


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