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4 bedroom detached house for sale

Snuff Mill Walk, Bewdley, DY12

Guide Price £585,000

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NO UPWARD CHAIN! An Exceptional Individual Home Situated In A Prestigious Location Within Close Proximity Of The Town & Overlooking Beautiful Countryside.

This Extensive Residence Includes Superb Living Room With Balcony, Spacious Dining Room, Kitchen With Adjoining Breakfast Area, Conservatory, Superb 22Ft Snooker Room With Annexe Potential. Four Second Floor Bedrooms, En Suite, House Bathroom. Double Garage, Great Views Across The Town & Nearby Countryside. Totalling In Excess of 3,000. NO UPWARD CHAIN! Sq Ft. EPC = D.

Description: 4 Snuff Mill Walk is a fantastic individually built home, situated on a small and exclusive leafy no through road off Park Lane. From this location the owner can enjoy all the benefits of both town and country on their doorstep. Bewdley centre is around one quarter of a mile away with several lovely peaceful walks leading from here to the town. Some of Worcestershire's finest countryside and woodland can also be accessed from public bridleways which lead from this road and further up Park Lane. The property enjoys fine views of all of the surroundings, with the balcony, garden and many of the rooms offering a lovely vista across the town to Trimpley and Ribbesford. The beautiful area directly opposite the property is known as the 'Golden Valley' and is very close to the original location of Tickenhall which is steeped in history including numerous royal connections.

The Georgian riverside town of Bewdley has so much to offer the resident, including waterfront cafes and restaurants, diverse shops and businesses, well-respected schooling, in addition to the celebrated Severn Valley steam railway which runs from here. On the outskirts of town can be found delightful areas of natural beauty, including the Wyre Forest which spans thousands of acres and links up with nearby Arley and Button Oak.

The home itself represents an extremely versatile residence, extensive in size and well maintained throughout. Approached via a block paved driveway which leads to the double garage, with a pathway from here leading to the entrance hall. From here stairs lead to the first floor living accommodation and a door provides access to the ground floor games room which currently houses a full size snooker table. This expansive room lends itself to a number of other potential uses, including annexe accommodation for a relative. This room has Parquet flooring, four walls lights and double glazed windows to front and side. On the first floor can be found a beautifully spacious and light living room with sliding doors accessing the balcony, the latter providing a superb place to sit and enjoy the peaceful leafy surroundings. On this floor is also a reception hall, sizeable L-shaped dining room, kitchen with adjoining breakfast area and useful cloakroom/WC leading to the utility room. The kitchen has a range of wall and base units, glass fronted dresser, oven and hob and space for a number of additional appliances. A door from the accompanying breakfast area provides access to the gardens.

The second floor again offers very flexible and spacious accommodation with lovely views to front and rear. Featuring a large master bedroom with accompanying en suite, excellent main bathroom and three additional bedrooms, one of these leading to a fabulous conservatory which overlooks both the garden and the Golden Valley including the more distant Safari Park.

The gardens of 4 Snuff Mill Walk are another real feature of the property, being nicely landscaped, very private and boasting fantastic views from the upper levels across the town and neighbouring countryside, with the Severn Valley railway line also visible from the house and the garden as it winds along the riverside. The gardens include a paved patio area with sheltered porch off the kitchen, steps leading to the raised lawn which has well stocked borders and a delightful ornamental pond with waterfall. Also in the top section is a summerhouse and gravelled seating area taking in the best of the views.

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21 August 2017

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