stunning countryside location yet still close to amenities
approximately 4 acres of grounds
brick built stable block
walking distance of Kinver Edge
huge potential to renovate and extend
three reception rooms
no upward chain
Set within approximately four acres of stunning grounds in picturesque Wolverley, this three/four bedroom detached family house requires cosmetic updating and offers outstanding potential for improvement and extension to the already spacious accommodation.
The Accommodation Tucked away down the back lanes of Wolverley within a five minute walk of the National Trust's Kinver Edge, yet also within easy access of the plentiful amenities of Kinver, Larchwood is set back beyond a generous frontage. A carriage style driveway provides plenty of parking with a delightful wooden bridge leading over a brook which borders two sides of the grounds and a brick built stable block and tack room with potential for conversion to a garage or ancillary accommodation, subject to the necessary planning permissions.
The front door opens to the reception hall, with stairs rising to the first floor accommodation, door to a ground floor cloakroom with WC and further doors to the lounge, dining room and separate sitting room. The lounge measures the full depth of the property and has a window to the front aspect, log burner with feature fireplace surround and French doors to the rear gardens. The dining room also has a feature fireplace and French doors to the rear gardens. The separate sitting room is the third of three very good sized reception rooms, forming an "L" shape and having windows to the front aspect, log burner with feature fireplace surround, useful understairs store cupboard and a door to the dining kitchen. The dining kitchen is of an excellent size and has fitted base and wall mounted units upon four sides, incorporating an integrated oven and a Rayburn. The kitchen also has two windows to the side of the property, one window to the front and a door to a rear porch with doors off to the utility room, the rear garden and gardener's WC.
The first floor comprises a landing area with a window to the rear of the property, plus doors to the bedrooms and a family bathroom. The master bedroom is of an excellent size and has dual aspect windows to both the front and rear, together with fitted wardrobes, a fitted dressing table and a door to a generous en-suite shower room. Bedroom two is again a good sized double room and has a window to the front aspect. Bedrooms three and four are interconnecting and could also be used as a bedroom and study area or dressing room. Bedroom three has fitted wardrobes plus a window to the front of the property and bedroom four has a window to the rear. The family bathroom is fitted with a suite comprising a bath with mixer shower over, wash basin, WC and a window to the front.
The fabulous grounds are a real feature of Larchwood, with extensive lawns and established woodland areas backing onto open countryside. For those with equestrian interests it is worth noting that part of the grounds could easily be repurposed to provide a paddock with majority fencing already in place. The previously mentioned brook runs along the right hand boundary, with sloping woodland to the left which has an elevated pathway running back around to the front of the property. Tucked away in the woodland can be found the remains of what is believed to have been an old woodman's cottage, which provides an interesting renovation opportunity to create a garden folly, summer house or studio.
Available for sale with No Upward Chain, the full potential of this property and its exceptional grounds, can only be fully appreciated upon a personal visit. Early appointments are highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Location Wolverley is located on the outskirts of historic Kinver village and forms a wonderful rural location, still within easy reach of amenities. Kinver's thriving High Street is approximately 2 miles away and provides a choice of friendly village shops and a selection of popular pubs and restaurants. The area also has highly regarded schooling for children of all ages and is famous for its wonderful countryside, with the renowned National Trust Kinver Edge and the local canal network waiting to be explored. The closest towns are Kidderminster (6 miles) and Stourbridge (7 miles), both benefitting from a wide choice of shops, together with main line train stations having direct rail connections to Birmingham and London.
Services: Mains electricity and water, LPG gas and private drainage
Local Authority: Wyre Forest District Council
Council Tax: Band G
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