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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Richmond Road, Bewdley, DY12

Guide Price £474,950

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Tenure: Freehold

Boasting One Of The Best Uninterrupted Views Of Bewdley Town, The Severn Valley And Neighbouring Countryside.

This Sizeable Period Residence Has Been Well Cared For & Includes Breakfast Kitchen With Granite Worktops & Open To Conservatory, Living Room, Dining Room, Utility Area & WC. Four Bedrooms, Contemporary Bathroom, En Suite Shower. Double Garage, Ample Parking, Large Gardens Approaching 1/4 Acre. EPC = E.

Situation: Hollowbank House offers purchasers the rare opportunity to secure this impressive period residence which boasts one of the best views of Bewdley town and the Severn Valley. There are only a handful of properties in the town that enjoy such an interrupted view as this, with all of the celebrated local landmarks visible from here, including the attractive St Annes Church, Thomas Telford’s bridge over the river and the Severn Valley steam railway as it winds along the valley to Bridgnorth.

From this extremely desirable location the resident can enjoy tranquillity and seclusion, and yet walk to the bustling town centre within minutes of leaving the front door. Bewdley itself has much to offer, with an array of unusual shops plus many restaurants, tearooms and public houses to enjoy in the town and on the river front.

Many miles of rural trails through some of Worcestershire finest woodland and countryside are directly at hand from Hollowbank House and the town, including the fantastic Wyre Forest nature reserve which spans thousands of acres and offers fantastic walks and mountain bike tracks.

Description: Hollowbank House is a classic double fronted detached period residence which has been well cared for and upgraded by the current owners, with a good balance of living accommodation and bedroom space. The property is accessed via a covered porch to the front with two Victorian style lamps and double glazed front door leading to the main hallway. The entrance hall has parquet flooring, two double glazed windows, stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the reception rooms. The spacious sitting room has been extended in the past and is positioned to the rear of the house, with double glazed windows providing great views of the town and valley, with recessed spotlights, radiator and attractive fireplace housing a multi-fuel burner. The dining room has quarry tiled flooring, double glazed bay window to front aspect, wall lights, radiator and door leading to the adjacent kitchen.

Flowing nicely from the dining room this spacious family kitchen is well presented to a high quality contemporary standard and comprises central island with granite top and space for a Range oven, matching wall and base units, granite work surfaces, space for a dishwasher and fridge freezer, recessed spotlights, vertical radiator, double glazed windows to side and rear, with doors leading to the conservatory and doorway to the utility area. The sizeable double glazed conservatory is a nice addition to the living accommodation and has radiator, lovely views and French doors leading to the garden. The utility area off the kitchen has tiled flooring, space and plumbing for appliances and provides access to the downstairs WC and useful boot room which has storage cupboards and double glazed door to the rear garden.

Much of the first floor accommodation boasts spectacular far reaching views of the town and valley and comprises four bedrooms and family bathroom. The main bedroom has radiator, loft hatch and two double glazed windows both having far reaching views. The equally spacious second bedroom has ample fitted wardrobes and bedroom furniture, radiator, double glazed windows with great views, and a useful fitted shower cubicle recessed in one corner with Mira shower and extractor. The third and four bedroom both have dual aspect windows, with bedroom four having fitted wardrobes as well. The family bathroom has been tastefully refitted in recent months by the current owners and is styled to a contemporary design, with panelled bath, vanity unit incorporating sink and storage, chrome towel rail, down-lighters and wall light.

The outside space nicely compliments the size of the house, with the plot approaching one quarter of an acre and providing usable grounds on several sides of the property. Hollowbank House is accessed via a tarmacadam driveway off Richmond Road which can cater for up to seven vehicles and leads to the double garage and adjacent carport, the former accessed via an up and over door and having power, lighting, external security light and two Victorian style lamps. The gardens are diverse, with steps from the driveway leading to a raised patio area which extends to the side of the house and which is enclosed by mature conifer hedging. To the other side is a raised seating area which takes in the best of the views, with much of the attractive town visible from here in addition to the Severn Valley railway and beautiful neighbouring countryside including Trimpley and Burlish Top. From here steps lead down to a sizeable lawned area enclosed by mature hedging.

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