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3 bedroom terraced house for sale

Welch Gate, Bewdley

£239,950

Property Description

Key features

  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 2 Bathrooms
  • 2 Reception Rooms
  • Off Road Parking

Full description

A delightfully characterful and spacious three storey Grade II listed cottage situated within walking distance of the town centre with the further benefit of one off road parking space, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two reception rooms.

* Three Double Bedrooms
* Dining Room with Exposed Brick Fireplace & Log Burner
* Living Room
* Kitchen with Range of Integrated Appliances
* First Floor Bedroom & Bathroom
* Two Second Floor Bedrooms (One with En-Suite)
* Must Be Seen !

Entrance Hall - 3.10m x 1.02m (10'2" x 3'4") -

Dining Room - 3.89m max x 3.18m (12'9" max x 10'5") -

Living Room - 4.04m max x 3.71m (13'3" max x 12'2") -

Kitchen - 3.00m max x 2.67m (9'10" max x 8'9") -

Rear Porch/Store - 2.41m max x 1.65m (7'11" max x 5'5") -

Bedroom One (Second Floor) - 3.81m max x 3.76m (12'6" max x 12'4") -

En-Suite Shower Room - 2.92m x 0.76m (9'7" x 2'6") -

Bedroom Two (Second Floor) - 3.94m max x 3.07m (12'11" max x 10'1") -

Bedroom Three (First Floor) - 3.94m max x 3.10m (12'11" max x 10'2") -

Bathroom - 1.98m x 1.91m (6'6" x 6'3") -

A delightfully characterful and spacious three storey Grade II listed cottage situated within walking distance of the town centre with the further benefit of one off road parking space, three bedrooms, two bathrooms and two reception rooms.

Situated with its frontage to Welch Gate, the property also backs on to Wyre Hill, where a neat level gravel driveway provides parking space for one car.

The original building dates from the late 18th Century, when it is thought five cottages actually occupied the site. The conversion has been sympathetically undertaken with various period features still intact, whilst the interior layout has been designed to maximise the available living space.

The layout is delightful, creating a surprisingly spacious three bedroom house, arranged over three floors. The second floor is particularly interesting, having two different staircases, each leading to a separate double bedroom.

This arrangement would well suit someone with regular visitors staying over, or older children living at home but wanting their own space.

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage are all connected with metered water and a gas fired central heating system. Wooden framed double glazed windows are featured in part, though the front of the property retains it's original sash type windows.

As part of the conversion works, a comprehensive timber and damp treatment programme was carried out by messrs Wyre Property Services, with the benefit of a 20 year guarantee. At the same time the property was fully rewired, and a new central heating boiler installed.

The main entrance door from Welch Gate opens in to a hallway with quarry tiled step and further ornate floor tiling with half leaded glazed door leading through with step up to living room and further door opening to the dining room.

A delightful feature of the property with exposed beams to ceiling and full height exposed brick chimney breast with log burner on bricked hearth, this room originally formed part of the bar room in the Woodcolliers and has a sliding sash window to front elevation.

The central living room has a staircase off to first floor, further door through to kitchen and an interesting part open ceiling which borrows light from three skylights to the first floor, giving an added impression of height and space to the living room.

The kitchen is situated on a further split level with ornate tiled floor and modern range of white wall and base cabinets with wood effect work surfaces, tiled splash backs and appliances to include electric oven, hob, hood, fridge, freezer and dishwasher. There is a further recessed space suitable for automatic washing machine.

A further set of stairs leads back from the kitchen through a half glazed door to a very useful rear porch/store which is effectively a recently added timber built lean to construction with tile effect flooring, wall paneling, electric wall heater and wooden door adjacent tall window panel giving access out to the rear driveway.

To the first floor there is a large inner landing with skylight above and doors to either end of this landing each give way to separate staircases both leading to independent second floor bedrooms.

At first floor level, the third bedroom is situated to the front of the house with useful in-built closet whilst the bathroom has a white suite comprising paneled bath with mixer shower above plus pedestal hand basin, low level wc, chrome heated towel rail, wood effect flooring and further ceiling skylight.

At second floor level to the rear of the house will be found the master bedroom with high pitched ceiling featuring exposed timbers and en-suite shower room with circular sink unit, low level wc and shower cubicle mixer attachment.


The other staircase leading off the first floor landing rises to a second double bedroom with useful in-built store cupboard.

Council Tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, the property being rated as Band 'D'.


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Added on Rightmove:
30 June 2018

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