4 bedroom bungalow for saleDowles Road, Bewdley, DY12
A Distinctive Four Bedroom Detached Country Residence Less Than Half A Mile From Bewdley Commanding The Most Dramatic Views Of The Severn Valley & Rolling Hillside Beyond. Viewing A Must To Appreciate Recent Extensions & Renovations. 2347 Sq Ft. EPC = C
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.
The detached bungalow known as 'Hartington' is truly unique and must be viewed to appreciate. Not only with regards to the unique setting close to historic Bewdley but also to fully grasp what has been achieved with the previous schedule of improvements and extensions. The property is less than half a mile from Bewdley town and sits within hugely private grounds of over one acre, approached via a long driveway off Dowles Road. The views from the property and extensive grounds and terrace are nothing less than dramatic, taking in the stunning vista that is the Severn Valley, with the river at its centre and the famous steam railway winding along its banks, all of which are visible from the bungalow. Beyond this in the distance can be seen the hills of Trimpley and Clent. Beautiful at all times of year, whether it be Autumn with the accompanying morning mists that cling to the valley floor, or Spring when the trees come to life and create a lush green patchwork of countryside. The sellers inform us also that the grounds themselves are a haven to a plethora of wildlife, including Woodpeckers. The property has previously been transformed, with substantial extension and a comprehensive refurbishment, including not only decor and new bathrooms, en suites and kitchen, but also rewiring and plumbing. Extensive landscaping of the grounds and parking area complete the project. The bungalow now provides four bedrooms, the master with bi-fold doors opening on to the terrace and taking in the views. There are two en suite wet rooms and a separate contemporary bathroom which includes freestanding bath. The living accommodation includes a large living room with multi-fuel burner and impressive fireplace, a light and airy sunroom, dining room with Parquet flooring and a fabulous contemporary breakfast kitchen with sky light and bespoke units. Outside, the extensive parking areas can cater for a huge number of vehicles and lead to the double garage.
Enclosed Porch Accessed via a glazed front and having floor to ceiling double glazed windows, with glazed door leading to the main hallway.
Entrance Hall Having radiator, loft hatch accessing the roof space, and with doors leading to the living accommodation and bedrooms.
Living Room A beautifully spacious living room having double glazed window to front aspect with superb views, skylight, oak flooring, radiator, feature fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner and with black marble hearth and oak mantelpiece. Glazed doors from here lead to the dining room and sun room.
Dining Room Having double glazed 'French' doors leading to the terrace, Parquet flooring and wall-mounted electric fire and gas supply if required.
Sun Room A lovely light and airy reception room having radiator, double glazed door accessing the terrace and floor to ceiling double glazed windows to front aspect making the most of the fantastic views.
Breakfast Kitchen Beautifully refitted and previously extended to provide a spacious light and airy room and a quality finish. Comprising a range of bespoke wall and base units, granite work surfaces and breakfast bar, built-in larder with spotlighting and wine rack, space for a 'Range' style oven with 'Rangemaster' extractor above, integrated dishwasher, space for an American style fridge freezer, and included within the sale is a fitted wine cooler. Also having tiled flooring, radiator, skylight and double glazed bi-fold doors to rear aspect.
Utility Room Accessed from the kitchen and having wall and base units, work surface with inset stainless steel sink drainer, built-in double oven, space and plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer. Also having radiator with towel rail, full height double glazed window to rear aspect, and with glazed door leading to the side lobby and WC.
Side Lobby & WC Having vanity unit with sink and storage, low level WC, extractor fan and glazed door accessing the outside.
Master Bedroom A hugely impressive main bedroom having bi-fold doors to front aspect opening on to the terrace, and with radiator, built-in wardrobes and storage and door leading to the en suite.
En Suite Wet Room A spacious wet room presented to a quality contemporary design, having shower area, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, radiator with towel rail, extractor fan, tiled floor and walls, obscure double glazed window to front aspect.
Bedroom Two An impressive guest bedroom having double glazed windows to side and rear aspect, built-in mirror fronted wardrobes, radiator, and with door leading to the en suite.
En Suite Wet Room A spacious wet room presented to a quality contemporary finish and having shower area, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, radiator with towel rail, extractor fan, tiled floor and walls, and obscure double glazed window to side aspect.
Bedroom Three Having double glazed windows to side and rear aspect, built-in wardrobes and radiator.
Bedroom Four Having double glazed window to rear aspect, radiator, telephone and internet points.
Bathroom Presented to a quality contemporary finish and having freestanding bath, pedestal wash hand basin and low level WC, and with radiator and towel rail, storage cupboards with additional radiator, tiled floor and walls and with obscure double glazed window to rear aspect.
Driveway & Parking Hartington is accessed from Dowles Road via a long driveway which they share with one other property. This gives way to a substantial parking area to the side, front and rear of the bungalow which provides parking for a huge number of vehicles and leads to the double garage.
Double Garage Accessed via two up and over doors and with side pedestrian door, power and light, wall-mounted boiler and accompanying unvented tank.
Gardens Amounting to approximately 1.3 acre, the grounds of Hartington are a fantastic feature having been extensively landscaped by the current owners to provide both formal gardens, which include a beautiful terrace, and more natural areas which are for wildlife and blend seamlessly in to the bordering countryside. Comprising large terrace to the front of the property which takes in the best of the valley views and provides a great spot for al fresco dining. Two sets of steps lead from here to the extensive lawns which feature two vegetable patches, Apple and Damson trees, many varieties of Conifer and two Willow. There are two sheds to be included in the sale in addition to a generous Summerhouse which has a number of potential uses. To the rear is a further seating area accessed from the kitchen with gravel beds. At the front of the property is a large log store.
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