A deceptively spacious bay fronted terraced family house
Located within a very popular address in historic Kinver village
Offering a generously proportioned layout including three good sized bedrooms
Garden room with a laundry cupboard and a ground floor WC
Beautifully appointed family shower room
Off-road parking for two cars
Excellent sized and attractively landscaped rear garden, forming a natural sun-trap
Backing onto a school playing field
Within easy reach of village amenities
Virtual Tour available
A deceptively spacious bay fronted terraced family house located within a very popular address in historic Kinver village. Offering a generously proportioned layout including three good sized bedrooms, plus off-road parking and an excellent sized garden, backing onto a school playing field.
The Accommodation: The uPVC double glazed front door opens to the reception hallway, with stairs rising to the first floor accommodation, central heating radiator, light wood style flooring and a door to the lounge.
The lounge forms a good sized reception room with a uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation, "living flame" gas fire with a feature fireplace surround, central heating radiator, light wood style floor and a door to the kitchen.
The kitchen is appointed with a range of light wood and cream shaker style units, incorporating a white ceramic one and a half bowl sink / drainer unit with a mixer tap, space for a range gas cooker with a canopy cooker hood above, integrated dishwasher, integrated fridge, built-in cupboards, central heating radiator, quarry tiled floor, door to a useful pantry and a window and stable door to a garden room.
The garden room has uPVC double glazed windows and uPVC double glazed French doors to the rear garden, tiled floor, doorway to a laundry cupboard (with plumbing for a washing machine), door to a shared side passageway to the front of the property; and door to a ground floor WC.
The WC is appointed with a white suite and includes a low-level flush WC and a central heating radiator.
The first floor comprises a landing with a large storage cupboard (currently used as a walk-in wardrobe), loft access hatch (boarded loft with pull-down ladder) and doors to bedroom one, bedroom two, bedroom three and a family shower room.
Bedroom one forms a double room including a uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation and a central heating radiator.
Bedroom two is a double room with a uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation and a central heating radiator.
Bedroom three is a large single room including a uPVC double glazed window to the front elevation and a central heating radiator.
The shower room is beautifully appointed with a white suite and includes a walk-in shower cubicle with a fitted mixer shower (with a large rainfall style shower head and a separate spray), wash basin with built-in white high gloss finish vanity drawers below, push-button flush WC, heated towel rail, part tiling to the walls and a uPVC double glazed window to the rear elevation.
Outside: The property is set back beyond a Creteprint style driveway with off-road parking for two cars. A shared side passageway enjoys access to the garden room.
The rear garden is an excellent sized and is attractively laid out to include split-level patios, a lawn with shrub borders, paved rear patio, three vegetable gardens and timber decking with a large summerhouse. The garden backs onto a school playing field and enjoys a south-westerly aspect, creating a natural sun-trap.
Viewing is essential for this outwardly deceptive three bedroom terraced house and its pleasant setting to be fully appreciated. Early appointments are highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Location: Kinver village is a popular destination for those wanting to enjoy a semi rural location but with the convenience of local amenities. The village provides schooling for all age ranges as well as a good selection of independent shops, pubs and eateries. Lying adjacent to the National Trust owned Kinver Edge, the village provides easy access to beautiful countryside whilst also being well placed for commuting to Birmingham, the Black Country and North Worcestershire. Being approximately 20 miles west of Birmingham, 13 miles south of Wolverhampton and 20 miles north of Worcester, Kinver is served by a good motorway network with excellent links to the M5, M6, M40 and M42, Birmingham International Airport is approximately 45 minutes away and the main line train station in Stourbridge has regular services to and from Worcester, Malvern, Birmingham and London.
Schooling: The village is fortunate to benefit from infant and primary schooling as well as having a high school and sixth form.
Services: All mains services are connected
Local Authority: South Staffordshire Council
Council Tax: Band C
For further details on this property please call us on: 01384 878000