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4 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Corser Street, Stourbridge

Sold STC £425,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Blend of Edwardian & contemporary living
  • Generous room sizes
  • Family friendly location
  • Parking to rear for two cars
  • Gas fired Aga in breakfast kitchen
  • Minton tiled hall
  • Lounge with open fire
  • Dining room
  • Four double bedrooms
  • No upward chain

Full description

A classic Edwardian four bedroom period home offering an effortless fusion of period features with contemporary benefits in the very heart of Oldswinford village close to Mary Stevens Park plus the bonus of off road parking to the rear.

Lounge - 4.62m x 3.43m into bay (15'2 x 11'3 into bay) -

Dining Room - 4.39m x 3.94m (14'5 x 12'11) -

Breakfast Kitchen - 5.31m x 3.05m (17'5 x 10'58) -

Cellar -

Bedroom One - 5.26m x 3.96m (17'3 x 13'0) -

En-Suite Bathroom -

Bedroom Two - 3.94m x 4.04m (12'11 x 13'3) -

En-Suite Shower Room -

Bedroom Three - 4.14m x 3.00m (13'7 x 9'10) -

Bedroom Four - 3.40m x 3.12m (11'2 x 10'3) -

House Bathroom -

Minton Tiled Hall -

Rear Garden -

Rear Off Road Parking For Two Cars -

Description - The Property
A classic Edwardian semi detached home, ‘King Edward Villa’ offers all the inherent features of this period and yet effortlessly combines all the benefits of contemporary living. From the original front door and Minton tiled hall, to the open fireplace in the lounge, high corniced ceilings, pine doors and panelled staircase as well as the luxury of an AGA in the breakfast kitchen, so the list goes on. An with the modern advantages including car parking to the rear, a beautiful en-suite bathroom to the master bedroom as well as a further en suite to bedroom two, this large family friendly home will convince you that your search is over.
The Minton tiled reception hall has a pitched pine staircase rising to the first floor as well as access to a useful cellar. The delightful curve of the hallway is reflected in a generous dining room that sits to the rear of the property with a living flame gas fire and twin opening french doors direct to the garden. A separate lounge enjoys the original bay window with stained glass transoms as well as having a handsome cast iron and pine fire surround offering an open fire. The breakfast kitchen combines ample storage options together with sweeping working surfaces and dominated by a gas converted AGA complete with pulley suspended drying rack above. The room offers additional space for a breakfast table and comfortable seating that further contributes to an aura of quiet comfort that extends throughout the house.
On the first floor, a full length landing accesses three double bedrooms, bedroom two to the front with a well appointed en suite shower room and bedroom four offers the alternative option of an office/study. The house bathroom has a full white suite in addition to a glazed shower cubicle and tongue and grooved panelling to half height. On the second floor is a delightful adult hideaway master bedroom suite displaying impressive dimensions together with its own superbly equipped contemporary en-suite bathroom featuring Heritage fittings.
Outside, a diamond pattern quarry tiled path leads to the front door and a side gate accesses pretty rear gardens which include a paved courtyard seating area extending onto a level lawn with well planted borders and established greenery creating a pleasantly secluded back drop to this delightful home. A rear gate opens to gravelled parking for two vehicles approached from Robins Close.

Oldswinford offers one of Stourbridge’s most complete residential bases given the host of neighbouring amenities that are to hand. An immense range of highly ranked schools include Oldswinford Hospital School (OSH), Oldswinford Church of England Primary, St Josephs Catholic School and the Rudolf Steiner Elmfield School. Stourbridge Junction railway station is approximately half a mile away. Excellent local shops are in Oldswinford village itself and the beautiful Mary Stevens Park is 200 yards distant. Motorway connections are easily accessed via the M5 at Halesowen and Birmingham City Centre is some 10 miles away.

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Listing History

Added on Rightmove:
11 August 2017


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