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2 bedroom end of terrace house for sale

Alderbrook Road, Droitwich, Worcestershire, WR9

Sold STC £160,000

Property Description

Key features

  • Delightful quiet cul de sac
  • Well stocked rear garden
  • Ideal for investors/first time buyers
  • Driveway parking
  • Dual aspect lounge
  • In need of modernisation

Full description

A deceptively spacious two bedroom property in close proximity to town centre and open fields.

With scope to modernise and improve this two bedroom property comprises entrance hallway, lounge, kitchen/utility space, two bedrooms, family bathroom and a lovely rear garden. 710 sq ft.

Droitwich Spa is a historic town within the Wychavon district of northern Worcestershire on the banks of the River Salwarpe. The River Salwarpe takes its name from the Anglo Saxon ‘Sal’ meaning salt and ‘weorp’ meaning to churn up describing the salt brines which the river flows across. The town is situated upon massive salt deposits which have been extracted since ancient times. The natural Droitwich brine contains two and a half pounds of salt per gallon, ten times stronger than sea water and rivalled only by the Dead Sea. Droitwich shopping is mainly focussed on the traditional town centre around Victoria Square, leading to the St Andrews Square Shopping Centre and down to the original High Street, with its local pubs and an eclectic mix of traditional shops. A Farmers Market is also held regularly in Victoria Square. The Norbury theatre hosts regular shows year round including an annual pantomime and also shows films. On the outskirts of the town is the famous Chateau Impney which is now a hotel, restaurant and conference centre. The lido was renovated in 2007 and the lido park is now a pleasant and popular space. Droitwich Leisure Centre at Briar Mill has gym facilities, sports hall, a swimming pool and squash courts. There are also outside football and astroturf pitches with floodlighting. The Centre also runs a squash league and archery society.

14 Alderbrook close is tucked neatly up in a small close and forms the end house of a small terrace. The property is approached via a tarmac and block paved driveway with a garden area laid to stone with shrubs to the border. Entrance is gained via an initial porch via a double glazed sliding door. The porch has a useful storage cupboard containing the various household meters and space for cloaks etc. Entrance into the hallway is gained via a further wooden door. Once inside the property is deceptively spacious with a nicely proportioned entrance hallway with doors off to the lounge and kitchen diner and stairs rising to the first floor. The dual aspect lounge has a brick built hearth and a further door at the rear to take you back into the kitchen/Diner. The Kitchen Diner has a range of wood effect wall and base units and integrated appliances to include, an electric oven, four ring gas hob with extractor hood over and a dishwasher. The composite stone effect sink is found under the window overlooking the rear garden. More storage space can be found under the stairs and also in the useful utility space which contains the plumbing for a washing machine and the central heating boiler. A door to the rear of the kitchen leads to the rear garden.

On the first floor doors can be found into both bedrooms and the family bathroom. The master bedroom is dual aspect and benefits from a walk in wardrobe/store cupboard. The second bedroom also has good storage with a walk in cupboard and overlooks the front elevation of the property. The family bathroom is fully tiled and has a three piece bathroom suite to comprise a low flush w.c, bath with shower over and a pedestal wash hand basin. A further door allows access into a useful storage cupboard which houses the hot water cylinder.

One of the particularly nice features of this property is the rear garden which has clearly been loved by the previous owner. An initial patio area leads up to a small brick wall border that separates the patio from the lawn. To the rear of the garden is hardstanding with a useful shed and to the side the borders are well stocked with plants and trees.

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Added on Rightmove:
07 June 2019


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