A traditional bay fronted semi-detached family house
Popular address just a short distance from Stourbridge town and its excellent amenities
Close to the Stourbridge shuttle which gives ease of access to Stourbridge Junction train station
Two reception rooms
Large conservatory extension
Good sized rear garden
Available with No Upward Chain
Virtual Tour available
A traditional bay fronted semi-detached family house located within a popular address in Stourbridge. Just a short distance from Stourbridge's town amenities, plus the shuttle to Stourbridge Junction train station and including a large conservatory, off-road parking and a good sized rear garden.
The Accommodation: With gas central heating, double glazing and accommodation comprising: entrance porch; reception hallway; lounge with a bay window to the front elevation and a "living flame" gas fire; dining room open to the kitchen and with a sliding door to a large rear conservatory extension (with a store room off with plumbing for a washing machine and potential to create a ground floor WC); kitchen including an integrated electric hob and oven, plus plumbing for a washing machine; first floor landing; three bedrooms (two doubles and a single); and a family bathroom, appointed with a white suite.
** Agent's Note ** Many properties within Parkfield Road have added two storey extensions and loft conversions to their properties and 81 also has the same potential.
Outside: The property is set back beyond a front garden and a block paved driveway. Gated access is available to a large rear garden which provides fantastic scope.
Available for sale with No Upward Chain, this traditional semi-detached family house and its pleasant and convenient location can only be fully appreciated upon a personal visit. Early appointments are highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Location: Stourbridge is a market town in the Metropolitan Borough of Dudley in the West Midlands, situated on the River Stour and approximately 12 miles west of Birmingham. Historically in Worcestershire, Stourbridge was the centre of British glass making during the Industrial Revolution. The town enjoys a good choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants along with small independent shops, a selection of sport and leisure facilities and highly regarded schooling for children of all ages. Stourbridge is served by an excellent motorway network with superb links to the M5, M6, M40 and M42. Birmingham International Airport is approximately 45 minutes away and Stourbridge Junction main line train station has regular services to Worcester, Birmingham and London.
Services: All mains services are connected
Local Authority: Dudley Council
Council Tax: Band C
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