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2 bedroom apartment for sale

Apartment 6 Park Lodge, Park Lane, Bewdley, Worcestershire, DY12 2ER

Sold STC £150,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Beautiful views over the town
  • Within walking distance of the town centre
  • Off road parking to the rear

Full description

Tenure: Share of Freehold


Situated within easy reach of the popular town centre on the banks of the River Severn. The area is known for its traditional boutique shops and walks along the river but has always been popular with those wishing to commute with good main road links and the mainline railway station in Kidderminster.



Situated directly to the north of the town centre on the prestigious Park Street dating back to the early 18th century with later early 19th additions it is obvious the site was chosen to make the most of the elevated view over the town. Park Lodge is just a gentle stroll into the town where there are a number of boutique shops within traditional Tudor black and white buildings and a number of well regarded riverside restaurants and bars. Park Lodge is Grade II listed and was converted into 6 apartments in the 1980's. The careful renovation took into account the history of the building and despite the significant work that was carried out much of the character and history has remained. The apartments have long been popular for those wanting character yet with the ease of apartment living so close to the town centre.

The carefully thought out conversion manages to incorporate many aspects that are not considered by many developers with off road parking, several entrances separating the apartments, large windows so good natural light throughout and little communal areas minimising the annual service charge.

From the quiet residential street that looks down to the town centre and church spire a brick pavia path leads to the three front doors and past the property to the parking area to the rear, which has one allocated space for this apartment and further non-allocated parking. To the side of the property exterior concrete steps lead up to partially glazed front door which gives access to just three apartments.

A further internal stair case leads up to the 3rd floor landing with a door that opens into Apartment 6. The door opens into an entrance hallway which gives good access to the living space. Doors radiate off into

KITCHEN: 10'4" x 8'7"
A contemporary styled lovely light galleried kitchen which has been recently re-fitted with a number of base and wall mounted units, with a large work space for food preparation, built in gas hob with oven below and extractor above, a stainless steel sink and drainer, space and provisions for fridge, freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. This completes a deceptively spacious room with plenty of storage and food preparation area to eat in the main living space.

LIVING ROOM: 15'0" x 13'9" (max)
A superb room, having good natural light with the large windows to both the rear and side elevation. The window of the side elevation gives a beautiful view down over the town and farmland beyond and can also be used to see the Severn Valley steam train passing by. The area nicely splits into two areas with a good sized table and chairs for both eating and office work and then ample space for a large sofa to relax in the evenings.

Housing a mains gas central heating boiler and space for cleaning products etc.

As with the rest of the apartment a good sized bathroom. There is a white well presented contemporary suite comprising of Bath with shower attachment and curtain over, low level WC and pedestal wash hand basin. The shelving gives good storage and creates an ideal 'ready to move into' space.

Main BEDROOM: 11'10" 10'3"
A beautiful big room with high ceilings and original features. There is good natural light from the height window to the rear elevation and plenty of space for drawer units, bed side tables and wardrobes.

BEDROOM 2: 13'0" x 11'0" (max)
A further double room which is deceptively spacious due to its unique shape. As with the rest of the apartment it benefits from the large window and fits a double bed and still plenty of room for wardrobes and drawer units.

To the rear of the property is the parking area and a raised seating area which is ideal for the evening sun. The building has a mixed age group showing its flexibility and rarely do these apartments come for sale.

The property is an ideal property for an owner occupier being of easy access to the popular town centre. The location also gives good access for commuters who also want tranquil weekend walks along the banks of the Severn, stopping to eat at a number of bars and restaurants or watching some cricket at the local cricket club. However the property would also rent for circa 550-600 per calendar month and with two good bedrooms and its location is sure to be in good demand.

We are advised the freehold is part of the Cedar Tree Management Company who also manage the Service charge and the purchaser will become 1/6th owner of this company

With the control of the management of the building the service charge has been kept to currently just approximately 100 per calendar month which includes, building insurance, maintenance of outside communal areas, power to internal communal areas. Further details will be included within the sale contract pack.

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Added on Rightmove:
25 May 2017


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