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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Sturt Lane, Kinlet, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12

Guide Price £599,000

Property Description

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Tenure: Freehold

Charming Country Home Having Outstanding Landscaped Grounds Totalling 1.4 Acres With Lovely Rural Views. EPC = E.

Situation The village of Kinlet has excellent local facilities including a village school, post office, village stores and local public houses and restaurants. More extensive leisure, shopping and education facilities are available in the nearby town of Kidderminster and the Cathedral City of Worcester. The surrounding countryside offers superb leisure and outdoor facilities including three golf courses located within four miles, the nearby Wyre Forest, which has an activity centre and huge amounts of walking and equestrian pursuits, all of which provide for superb local activities and entertainments.

Description Timber and glazed front door gives access to:

Stone Built Porch With windows to the side elevation, stone flooring, timber and glazed door leads to the:

Superbly Proportioned Reception Hall With hardwood timber flooring, wood panelling and staircase off.

The Reception Hall opens out into the:

Family/Dining Room With three bow windows with French doors leading out to the garden with views out over countryside. Steps from the reception hall lead to:

Drawing Room With feature fireplace with wood burning stove, lovely light room with three bow windows and French doors giving access to the rear garden, wall light points within the fireplace.

A Superbly Re-Fitted Kitchen With Karndean flooring, a range of contemporary units with granite worktops, double sink with mixer tap, windows to two elevations with superb views out across rolling fields and the garden. The kitchen also benefits from an integrated fridge and freezer and dishwasher, downlighters, space for a large double range with extractor canopy over.

Pantry With shelving and consumer unit.

Outside there is the boiler room.

Stairs from the Reception Hall give access to the:

First Floor Accommodation

Landing/Study With full height wood panelling, window to the front elevation with views across rolling fields, ceiling light point.

Bedroom Three Double bedroom with front elevation, radiator, ceiling light point, exposed timbers.

Bedroom Two With built-in wardrobes, dual aspect windows with superb views, exposed beams and ceiling light point.

Bedroom Four Double bedroom with hot water cylinder and shelving, dual aspect windows, ceiling light point and radiator.

Master Bedroom A lovely light spacious master bedroom suite with windows to both front and rear elevations, range of built-in wardrobes maximising on space, ceiling light point. An attractive feature is the hand painted glass panels to both the bedroom door and the door through to:

Master En-Suite With contemporary styled freestanding bath with shower mixer tap and window overlooking the rear garden, double shower tray with chrome Mira shower, ceiling downlighter and chrome enclosure, low flush WC, vanity unit set into Corian top with storage below and window to the front elevation overlooking the fields, dual chrome heated towel radiator either central heating or electric, limestone effect wall tiles and Karndean floor.

Recently Re-Fitted Family Shower Room With double shower tray, glass and chrome shower enclosure with chrome shower, contemporary wash hand basin with mixer tap set into a vanity unit, low flush WC, chrome heated towel radiator which is dual either central heating or electric, window to the front elevation with delightful rural aspect, limestone effect wall tiles and chrome downlighters and Karndean floor.

Garage Block With double garage with up and over doors with power and light, door into workshop/utility with windows to the front and rear elevations, twin ceiling light point and plumbing for washing machine.

Stables With twin doors to the front, lots of scope to convert for many uses, subject to any remaining permissions.

Outside Sweveneys House gardens are a major feature; the property sits in approximately 1.4 acres. There is an attractive pond with a wealth of mature planting including irises. The property boundary is securely fenced, there is a vegetable garden with raised beds, space for greenhouse, oil storage tank. There is an abundance of mature trees and shrubs. The garden has been lovingly restored by the current owners to provide peace and tranquillity and areas for a variety of pastimes including an area for children’s play equipment, chicken run, mature beds, al fresco dining patio, decking with electric installation for a hot tub (not included in the sale) screened by mature clematis. The garden has far reaching views out across the wonderful Shropshire countryside. There is a more formal garden with gravel pathways, stone walling and some delightful mature plants including lily of the valley, irises, shrubs, specimen trees, cottage garden plants including aquilegia.

In all Sweveneys must be viewed to appreciate the superb accommodation on offer and also the delight of the stunning landscaped gardens and early viewing is recommended.

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Added on Rightmove:
16 August 2012

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