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4 bedroom terraced house for sale

12 High Street, Cleobury Mortimer, Kidderminster

Sold STC £280,000

Property Description

Key features

  • 4 Bedrooms (2 ensuite)
  • Living Room
  • Kitchen/Dining Area
  • Family Bathroom
  • Cloakroom
  • Rear Courtyard
  • Parking for Two Cars

Full description

Tenure: Freehold

This simple yet elegant house front gives way to an unexpected and novel interior; a unique Grade II Listed property with original features dating back to the late 18th Century, has been modestly renovated to create a contemporary and versatile home, yet sustaining the rich elegant features that it was originally born with.

A distinctive kitchen features a glazed glass roof, allowing sunlight to pour though all year round. Giving warmth and character to this space is the original wooden beamed ceiling and exposed brick wall – a gentle reminder of the rustic rural nature of the surrounding area. Adding to this further is the wrought stone flooring that contrasts with, yet compliments the stream lined and clean cut counter top areas. Linking on to a store area, there is an abundance of space and storage, a much sought after feature and a rarity in a property so centrally located in the gorgeous town of Cleobury Mortimer.

With large redbrick alcoves containing charming fireplaces, this country home manages to be both cosy and spacious. Four large and ornate bedrooms, each adorned with period features, and two with private fireplaces, makes this a wonderfully kept and flexible home suiting a wide range of needs and desires. The far reaching courtyard is a wonderful suntrap of a space, and can be adapted to entertain, with large patio doors leading out directly from the kitchen dining area.

All up to date and modernised the four bathrooms, one located on each floor, make this a practical and accommodating home. With one particularly remarkable soaking tub exhibiting smooth and polished clawed feat, a sense of luxury is never far off, bringing opulence and bliss to everyday life.

Local Area.
Described to have a village-like aura, Cleobury Mortimer provides a range of amenities such as doctors, dentists, pubs and tearooms while maintaining a quaint and rural atmosphere. Receiving its market town charter in 1253, this delightful town is steeped in historical intrigue. With associations with the Norman conquests and Medieval Lords, the old ruins of Cleobury castle and the crooked spire of St Mary’s Church lends this snug pastoral cloister a rural romantic aura, once frequented by poets such as Sir John Betjamin.

With Kidderminster station and the M5 both within a 20 minute drive and a primary and secondary schools offering excellent educational facilities, this property is accommodating to both families and commuters alike. Located in the town centre this property is highly accessible.

Services: Electricity, Mains Water, Central heating.

Tenure: Freehold.

Local Authority: Shropshire Council. Council Tax Banding C.

Follow the A4117 Kidderminster to Cleobury Mortimer and the property will appear on the left.

Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
26 October 2016

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