4 bedroom detached house for saleEndeavour Place, Stourport-on-Severn, DY13
A Larger Style Four Bedroom Detached Home In A Popular Suburb Of Stourport, With Extremely Private Aspect To Rear Overlooking The Edge Of Hartlebury Common.
The Well Maintained Accommodation Includes Bay Fronted Living Room, Dining Room, Double Glazed Conservatory, Spacious Breakfast Kitchen, Utility, Contemporary WC. Four Bedrooms, Contemporary En Suite, Bathroom. Block Paved Drive, Garage, Enclosed Garden. EPC = D. 1,066 Sq Ft.
Situation: Stourport-on -Severn is the only town in Britain built solely as a consequence of the canals. The hamlets of Arley Kings, Burlish, Lickhill, Upper and Lower Mitton, Titton and Wilden probably date back to Doomsday book times but it was here that James Brindley built the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal to link the River Severn with the Trent and Mersey around 1766. After Birmingham, Stourport was then the busiest inland port in the Midlands. The town grew rapidly and by 1783 brass and iron foundries, vinegar works, tan yards, worsted spinning mills, carpet manufacturers, barge and boat building yards, wharves, warehouses, shops, houses and inns had sprung up. By 1795 Stourport had two hundred houses and about 1,300 inhabitants. Piped water supplies were introduced in 1851; and the Stourport Gas Company was formed in 1865. Today it is an attractive inland resort full of historical interest and has a unique heritage in its large expanse of canal basins, a stone's throw from the busy main street, making for an attractive experience for visitor and resident alike.
Entrance Hall: Having radiator, wood laminate flooring, obscure glazed window to front aspect, stairs rising to the first floor and glazed internal door to the sitting room.
Sitting Room: 4.83 (15'10")m in bay x 4.02 (13'2")m max Having double glazed bay window to front aspect, radiator, and attractive fireplace with ornate surround and housing a gas fire, with archway through to the dining room.
Dining Room: 3.29m x 2.63m (10'10" x 8'8") Having radiator, glazed French doors accessing the conservatory and glazed internal door to the kitchen.
Conservatory: 2.73m x 2.09m (8'11" x 6'10") A useful addition to the ground floor accommodation, this double glazed conservatory has wood laminate flooring, windows overlooking the gardens and French doors accessing the outside.
Breakfast Kitchen: 3.27m x 3.34m (10'9" x 10'11") A spacious light and airy kitchen having a range of wall and base units, work surfaces with inset stainless steel sink drainer, space for a cooker with extractor above, space and plumbing for a dishwasher, space for a fridge freezer and table and chairs. Also radiator, built-in understairs storage cupboard, wood laminate flooring, double glazed windows to rear aspect and doors to the garage and utility room.
Utility Room: 2.07m x 1.47m (6'9" x 4'10") Having wall and base units, work surfaces with inset stainless steel sink drainer, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer, wood laminate flooring, obscure glazed window to side aspect, internal door to the downstairs WC and obscure double glazed door accessing the rear garden.
Downstairs Cloakroom/WC: Nicely fitted to a contemporary design and having white suite comprising wall-mounted wash basin and low level WC, with attractive tiling to the floor and walls, radiator and obscure glazed window to side aspect.
First Floor Landing: Having doors leading to the four bedrooms and family bathroom.
Master Bedroom: 3.87m x 3.45m (12'8" x 11'4") A spacious bay fronted master bedroom having double glazed window to front aspect, radiator, recessed spotlights, fitted mirror-fronted double wardrobe and door leading to the en suite.
En Suite: 1.69m x 1.65m (5'7" x 5'5") Beautifully styled and fitted to a black and white contemporary design and comprising shower cubicle, vanity unit with sink and storage, low level WC, tiled walls, high gloss tiled flooring, heated chrome towel rail, recessed spotlights and frosted double glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom Two: 4.65m x 2.39m (15'3" x 7'10") A spacious second bedroom having wood laminate flooring, radiator, double glazed window to front aspect and double glazed window to rear with lovely views across the gardens and Hartlebury Common beyond.
Bedroom Three: 2.69m x 2.25m (8'10" x 7'5") Having radiator and double glazed window to rear aspect providing lovely views of the local countryside beyond the garden.
Bedroom Four: 2.48m x 2.63m (8'2" x 8'8") Having radiator and double glazed window to rear aspect providing lovely views of the local countryside beyond the garden.
Bathroom: 1.90m x 1.76m (6'3" x 5'9") Having panelled bath with shower above, pedestal wash basin, low level WC, tiled walls, vinyl wood effect flooring, recessed spotlights, radiator and obscure glazed window to side aspect.
Driveway: A block paved driveway with additional gravelled area providing off road parking for three to four vehicles and leading to the garage.
Garage: 5.23m x 2.44m (17'2" x 8') A single garage accessed via an up and over door to the front and benefiting from power and lighting.
Rear Garden: A lovely secluded garden, not overlooked to the rear and benefiting from a sunny orientation. Comprising paved patio with accompanying pergola, shaped lawn with small coniferous and deciduous trees and bushes, enclosed by wooden panelled fencing with concrete posts and benefiting from gated side access.
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