3 bedroom semi-detached house for saleBelvedere Crescent, Bewdley, DY12
Sold STC £185,000
A Larger Style Three Bedroom Home Having Been Thoughtfully Extended & Beautifully Maintained By The Current Owners.
Comprising Family Dining Kitchen, Living Room, Conservatory, Utility, Downstairs WC. Three Good Bedrooms, Modern Shower Room. Four Car Block Paved Driveway, Workshop/Storage, Nicely Landscaped Rear Garden. New Windows & Combi Boiler In Last 12 Months. EPC = D, 893 Sq Ft.
Situation: Bewdley (Beau Lieu - beautiful place) is a charming historic market town delightfully situated on the Severn, the longest river in Great Britain, steeped in history and was granted a Royal Charter in 1472 by Edward IV. The erection of the first bridge was in 1447 and the present stone ballustraded bridge was built in 1798 to plans by Thomas Telford. Within the town centre there are many buildings of historical and architectural interest and the architectural historian Nikolaus Pevsner described it as 'the most perfect small Georgian town in Worcestershire.' The town served as an inland port for generations of merchants transporting goods from Shropshire and the Black Country down river to Worcester and the South West. The River Severn and the Wyre Forest, which covers some 600 acres to the West, provide excellent opportunity for recreational activities. Bewdley itself provides good local shopping and educational facilities whilst a greater range of business, leisure, shopping and educational facilities are available in Kidderminster, 3 miles, and the Cathedral city of Worcester, 15 miles. The M5 motorway at junction 4 is 11 miles distant and mainline rail services operate from Kidderminster to Birmingham New Street and London Paddington via Worcester. Birmingham International Airport approximately 28 miles distant. Educational facilities in Bewdley include Wribbenhall Middle School and Bewdley High School Sixth Form College.
Enclosed Porch: Accessed via a UPVC double glazed front door and having glazed internal door leading to the open plan kitchen/diner.
Kitchen/Dining Room: The property benefits from an L-shaped kitchen/diner which has been extended in the past to provide a spacious area for entertaining and family. The kitchen area comprises a range and matching wall and base units with undercupboard lighting, work surfaces with inset stainless steel sink drainer, oven and hob with extractor above, integrated fridge, attractive tiling to splashbacks, double glazed window to front aspect and archway to the dining / family area. The dining area stairs rising to the first floor, cupboard housing the warm air boiler, and with glazed doors leading to the utility area and living room.
Sitting Room: Having feature fireplace housing a gas fire, double glazed bay window to rear aspect and double glazed patio doors accessing the conservatory.
Conservatory: A useful addition to the ground floor accommodation, this UPVC double glazed conservatory overlooks the rear garden and has wood laminate flooring and French doors accessing the outside.
Utility Room: Converted from part of the garage, this useful area has wall-mounted cupboards, space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer, space for a fridge freezer, tiled flooring and door leading to the downstairs WC.
Downstairs WC: Having low level WC, built-in storage cupboard and frosted double glazed window to side aspect.
First Floor Landing: Having radiator, frosted double glazed window to side aspect, loft hatch accessing the roof space and doors leading to the shower room and three bedrooms.
Bedroom One: Having double glazed window to rear aspect, built-in wardrobes, storage and accompanying dressing table.
Bedroom Two: A second double bedroom with double glazed window to rear aspect.
Bedroom Three: A good size third bedroom having fitted wardrobe and double glazed window to front aspect.
Shower Room: Nicely presented to a contemporary design and comprising vanity unit incorporating sink, storage space and low level WC, shower cubicle, heated chrome towel rail, recessed spotlights, partly tiled walls, airing cupboard housing the 'Worcester' combi boiler, with frosted double glazed window to front aspect.
Driveway: A block paved driveway providing off road parking for around four vehicles to the front of the property, bordered by gravelled beds and leading to the workshop/former garage.
Workshop / Storage: A useful workshop area which is the remainder of the original garage, having power points, lighting and accessed via double wooden doors to the front with spotlights above.
Rear Garden: A nicely enclosed rear garden, designed and landscaped for easy maintenance. Comprising paved patio, steps to seating area laid to astro turf, with inset fish pond and pergola above, gravelled borders, greenhouse and shed, enclosed by wooden panelled fencing with concrete posts and benefiting from gated side access. A block paved side pathway leads to the front of the property and has outside tap and useful storage cupboard ideal for garden implements and the like.
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