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3 bedroom semi-detached house for sale

Rock Cross, Rock, Kidderminster, DY14

Sold STC £315,000

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Tenure: Freehold

A Delightful Village Cottage With Extensive Views In A Popular Rural Village Close To The Teme Valley.

Sitting Room, 2nd Reception Room, Dining Room, Conservatory, Kitchen, Utility, W.C., Three Double Bedrooms, (Master En Suite), Family Bathroom, Enclosed Garden, Garage And Off Road Parking. 1292 Sq. Ft. EPC = E.

Communication: (Road) Bewdley 6, Kidderminster 9, Worcester 15, Birmingham 28 (all mileages are approximate). (Rail) Railway stations are available at Worcester and Kidderminster. (Air) Birmingham International Airport offers regular national

Situation: Church View Cottage occupies a beautiful position within the village of Rock, overlooking the village church. The property is conveniently located for the market town of Bewdley which is approximately 5 miles to the northeast and also Kidderminster which can be found 2 miles further on. Wider facilities and amenities can be found in the city of Worcester which is only 16 miles away and also offers motorway access on the M5 to Birmingham, Birmingham Airport, Bristol and London.

Description: The property is entered through a front door into a central hallway; with reception rooms located either side.

The sitting room, which is to the right, is a lovely peaceful room with a wonderful vista of the church opposite. The room has a large red brick chimney breast, with a recently fitted log burning stove, colour light illumination and a short bressumer beam. The room benefits from, like the whole house, recently refitted leadlight style double glazed windows and, like the rest of the ground floor (excluding kitchen and conservatory), electric under-floor heating. To the other side of the central hallway is a 2nd reception room. This spacious room also has a splendid view of the churchyard and the church beyond; and has bespoke, freestanding, library-style display cabinets. Moving to the rear of the property is the central dining hall. The adjacent kitchen has recently been refitted with cream floor and wall-mounted cabinets, travertine wall and floor tiles, and integral appliances. There is a Whirlpool microwave oven, Whirlpool electric oven, Whirlpool fridge freezer, Zanussi four-hob induction cooker, AEG dishwasher, and a white ceramic 1½ bowl sink with draining board and chrome mixer tap. A small archway leads into a utility room with floor and wall cabinets plus floor and wall tiles matching the kitchen’s and a UPVC double glazed back door. The floor cabinets house an integrated washing machine and separate tumbler dryer.

Also adjacent to the dining room, is a small enclosed study, a boiler cupboard and a separate downstairs W.C. with washbasin, shower unit and extractor fan. At the rear of the property is a recently fitted conservatory with tiled flooring and double door access into the garden.

From the central hallway, a staircase rises up to the first floor where the master bedroom and bedroom two are located at the front of the house with stunning views of the church. The master bedroom has recently benefited from the addition of new bedroom furniture comprising wardrobes, dresser and beside cabinets. The master bedroom also has an en suite shower room, with separate washbasin and vanity unit, travertine tiles, electric shower and extractor fan. Bedroom two also has new fitted wardrobes and a matching freestanding dresser, so that the room can be arranged to accommodate either a twin or double bed set up. Bedroom three is also a double bedroom with an integrated cupboard and wonderful views over the rear garden and into the countryside beyond the village of Rock. All three bedrooms have just been re-carpeted. There is a family bathroom with tiled flooring, roll top bath, glass shower cubicle, W.C. and a washbasin set within a vanity unit.

Gardens & Grounds: The property has an enclosed, low maintenance rear garden, which has a small lawn area and rockery with water feature. A flagstone path surrounds the lawn and leads to a small pergola and a paved area ideal for al fresco dining and seating.

To the side of the property there is a shared driveway that leads to the property’s detached single garage with up and over door. The garage has power and lighting as well as shelving and a fully boarded loft space for additional storage. The property also has sole benefit of the parking area in front of the garage and a small timber constructed log store located there.

Local Authority: Wyre District Forest Council – Council tax band E.

Services: The property has mains electricity, oil fired central heating, mains water and mains drainage. It also has two sets of solar panels. One set is an additional means to heat the property’s hot water and the other set are photovoltaic cells that produce electricity for the property with all excess electricity generated automatically sold to the national grid under a government approved and registered scheme. Both sets of panels are owned outright with no encumbrances.

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22 September 2017

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