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2 bedroom barn conversion for sale

Cleobury Road, Bewdley

Withdrawn from Market £275,000

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Tenure: Freehold

GENERAL INFORMATION AND APPROACH Hayden Estates are delighted to have been given the opportunity to offer this charming property for sale. Coopers Cottage is an appealing, deceptively spacious, four storey, two bedroom grade ll listed stone barn conversion.

Renovated years ago now by a local man, whom actually lived in the courtyard. It is oozing character.

Coopers Cottage is one of only five barns within a delightful courtyard setting. They do not come up for sale very often, as once folk move in they are content to stay.

It's a great atmosphere of like minded people, having fabulous views and great access to the Wyre Forest, yet perfect to for commuting and amenities within the locale. Although the occupants do get together throughout the year for communal events, they all are respectful of each others privacy too. Great neighbours to have!

Each barn is totally unique. Coopers Cottage has excellent room sizes, some vaulted ceilings, a wealth of exposed timbers, some exposed brick walls, ledge and brace doors with black wrought iron door furniture, delightful inserts of leaded stained glass pieces, added for that unique touch by the original builder. All of which adds to the individuality and quaintness of each home.

In more detail, the property comprises dining kitchen, lower ground floor with super bathroom and second bedroom. Delightful first floor lounge with views and wood burning stove, cloakroom and then on the third floor is the main bedroom and shower room. Outside there is a private cottage style garden, covered seating area for al fresco dining and two parking spaces.

So why not put this one on the list to view, you'll be glad you did and you, like the current owner will want to stay……….

Access is made via a communal block paved courtyard. Enter the pretty garden, part walled with Clematis clinging gracefully. Abundance of space for tubs and planters. Gravel beds, raised beds and further covered seating area to side of property boasting a high degree of privacy. Wall mounted outside light and stable door allows access into the kitchen. 

KITCHEN 9' 0" x 8' 8" (2.755m x 2.652m) Flotex cushioned flooring tiled effect. Cottage style wooden units to base with complimentary roll edged working surface over. One and a half bowl sink unit, having mixer tap over. Partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Space for electric range style cooker, wall mounted Ferroli combination boiler, which provides the domestic hot water and central heating requirements for this property. Space for white goods, ceiling light point and access into the dining area.  

DINING ROOM 15' 2" x 9' 6" (4.630m x 2.912m) French doors to side elevation, which gives access to the covered seating area. Front window, decorative ceiling beams, two radiators both with TRVs. Exposed brick walling, ceiling light point and door to landing. 

BATHROOM 7' 11" x 7' 10" (2.433m x 2.395m) Large roll top bath with centre mixer shower tap, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled wc suite. Partial tiling to the walls providing splash back. Tiled flooring, three wall light points, wall mounted extractor fan, old style towel radiator and decorative beams. Built in cupboard housing washing machine and tumble dryer. Please note these are not included in the sale price. 

BEDROOM 13' 4" x 7' 11" (4.083m x 2.415m) Window to front elevation with French doors to side. This leads to stone steps ascending to the side covered seating area. Decorative beams, radiator and two wall light points.  

CLOAKROOM Attractive ceiling light points with stained leaded glass, radiator, a wealth of decorative beams, pedestal wash hand basin and close coupled wc suite.  

LOUNGE 15' 7" x 12' 2" (4.756m x 3.724m) A super room, having far reaching views. Two windows to two elevations, with further large deep opening window to front elevation. This has a Juliet balcony. An abundance of natural light floods this room from the windows. Quarry tiled window sills, decorative beams and timbers. Exposed brick work, radiator, corner placed wood burner on raised brick hearth. Aerial point, two wall light points and another stained glass window onto stairwell.  

SHOWER ROOM Velux roof light, radiator, with TRV, exposed beams, ceiling light point, vanity sink unit, large shower with electric shower, part tiled stone tiles within cubicle. 

BEDROOM 15' 11" x 9' 1" (4.859m x 2.791m) Side window, Velux roof window, super views, two ceiling light points, vaulted ceiling with exposed timber and radiator. The old mill wheel is still in situ from when this building was mill.  

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION Please note that all measurements are approximate and measured to the maximum. In an older property where no room is square the discrepancy can be larger. Therefore do not rely on the sizes if purchasing furniture.

Please also note nothing has been tried and tested and therefore Hayden Estates advise that any such items requiring examination are so inspected by qualified technicians.

Hayden Estates have been told that the property is Freehold; however this and any other information included within should be verified through Solicitors.

*Mains services including electric, drainage and water, are connected to the property. A water meter is fitted.

*Central heating is provided by a combination gas boiler. Gas is LPG via a shared metered tank.

*A telephone line is installed at the property and is subject to the usual transfer regulations. Indeed it is understood there are two lines into the property. Broadband is available and we are told it is a good fast speed.

* There is a log burner in the lounge.

*We have been informed that the council tax banding is D and payable to Wyre Forest District Council.

*The maintenance charge for the communal garden areas is believed to be £40 per barn per year.

*There is a fitted sump and pump in the lower ground floor. The bathroom within the lower ground floor operates via a Saniflo system.

*Floor boards have been covered by carpet, so could be exposed again.

Opposite the property is Hopleys Farm Shop, a family run business, which has so much to offer. From fresh produce, meat, cheese and bread etc from local suppliers to music events throughout the year. There is a cafe and now a licenced Pizza restaurant here too. So whether it's a pint of milk you've run out of or an evening out. Its right here n the door step! No need for taxis or drink driving concerns! The family also run a small touring and camping site.

Close by is Wilks farm. Here you can buy your logs, or perhaps some gravel for the garden. No transport needed just the wheelbarrow maybe!

The schools in the area are well attended with great Ofsted reports. The primary school is walkable (FOR THE ABLE) from the house and can be found on the top of Wyre Hill. Here too one can find Stay and Play and after school care. The school caters for children until the age of 11 years.

Behind the school is a playing field and beyond that the open countryside known as the Golden Valley, where the public can enjoy walking with the dog or family enjoying the flora and fauna. To the side of the school is a park. This is locked in the evenings. Here enjoy the sand, climbing frames and swings as well as a netball/basket ball court for the older offspring.

Just a stroll away is the Wharton Park Golf Club, which is open to non members. Here one can enjoy a game of golf or a bite to eat in the restaurant.

The Hop Pole Inn, I am reliable informed by the owners, is 7 minutes away on foot! I am sure rather longer on the return journey! Serving food and some live music events throughout the year. The Running Horse Public House, which is open to families is again close by and serves food all day. Just a little further away is a little convenience store open early till late 7 days a week.

The Wyre Forest with its wildlife, foliage, flora, fauna and pathways are ideal for the avid walker and is to be found right on the doorstep. Indeed from the bedrooms one can survey the expanse of the fabulous scenery or catch a glimpse of the birds of prey as they encircle the woods. Admire Beaucastle, a wonderful old building which looks like a medieval castle with its striking turrets. Lit up in winter, its presence appears that of a fairytale castle.

You are not far away from a bus stop either where you can catch a bus into town, Kidderminster and beyond or Ludlow the other way.

Bewdley is a quaint Georgian riverside town growing in stature from its trade from the Severn to the present day, when now the town is supplemented by the many visitors who come to Bewdley from all over the world.

Boasting varied amenities and is of great historical interest with super architecture. If you are up and around early on a Sunday morning then be sure to walk up Load Street as the bells in St Anne's church ring, calling the parish to prayer as they have done for years. There is a doctor's surgery, a brand new one opened its doors in July 2016, dentist, library, museum, vets, chemists, paper shop, various other shops and many varied eating houses. There are two food stores, butcher, delicatessen, bakery and greengrocer.

The golden age of steam can be enjoyed at the Severn Valley Railway. Several events are hosted by them throughout the year and draws hordes of visitors to the town.

Many films have been staged on the platforms. In fact listen carefully and with the wind in the right direction one can hear the toot toot of the trains! The West Midlands Safari Park is on the outskirts of Bewdley and a great treat for the family.

For supermarket shopping etc Kidderminster has Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Aldi and Morrison's, with many more top high street stores. There is a small cinema and leisure facilities as well as a wide selection of eating houses.

There is a hospital in Kidderminster, although the accident and emergency is at Worcester Royal around fifteen miles away.

Ideal location for commuting, with a good road network to M5, M6, M42, Birmingham and Worcester all within travelling distance. You can use the Bewdley Bypass or take the scenic route through the town centre. Kidderminster has a railway station which provides travel to London, Worcester etc. 

FIXTURES AND FITTINGS No item not specified within will be included in the sale price. However, certain items may be available by separate negotiation with the vendors.

DIRECTIONS Leave Bewdley town centre on the A456 by vehicle and proceed in the direction of Cleobury Mortimer. At the island take the second exit signposted Bewdley. Travel only a short distance along this road before turning right. There is no sign post here just the access road into the barns. Please travel along this track carefully as children and animals may well be around. Enter the courtyard and Coopers Cottage will be found head on the left. Please note that all viewings are strictly by prior arrangement. 

VIEWINGS At any reasonable time, however strictly through the selling agents on 01299 405062 or 07776 361010 / 07776361025. Please be aware that full names and addresses will be taken in the interest of security. 

LANDING Having radiator inset ceiling light points, stairs rising and stairs descending. Meter cupboard. 

LOWER GROUND FLOOR Having a very useful cupboard, tiled flooring and inset ceiling spot lights. Radiator and decorative beams.  

STAIRS RISING TO FIRST FLOOR Landing, having light, radiator and stairs rising to second floor.

STAIRS RISING TO THE THIRD FLOOR AND LANDING. Vaulted ceiling and exposed timbers. Radiator, window, providing views, quarry tiled window sill and ceiling light point.

GARDEN AND OUTSIDE SPACE Well stocked and pretty cottage style garden with a high degree of privacy and seating areas. Old bricks have been used for the shaped patio.

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