Attractive Grade II listed home boasting a deceptively spacious amount of accommodation
Positioned in the heart of historic Bewdley
Two reception rooms
Rear garden with summer house
Conveniently positioned in the heart of historic Bewdley, this attractive Grade II listed home boasts a deceptively spacious amount of accommodation, making it a suitable choice for both upsizers and downsizers looking for a characterful home in a sought after area.
From High Street a timber and glazed panel door opens to the front reception room.
Front Reception Room: Secondary glazed window to the front elevation, radiator, cast iron fireplace surround with fitted cupboard to the side of the chimney breast, quarry tiled floor, timbers to the ceiling, inset ceiling lights, ceiling light point and door to the rear reception room.
Rear Reception Room: Large picture window to the side elevation, open fireplace with wood burning stove, radiator, quarry tiled floor, beams to the wall and ceiling, ceiling light point, inset ceiling lights, door down to cellar, panel and glazed door to stairs up to the first floor landing and steps down to the kitchen.
Kitchen: Fitted with a range of wall and base units with timber work surfaces incorporating an inset sink unit with mixer tap, built in double oven/grill, microwave and hob with extractor above, space for American style fridge freezer and wine cooler, integrated washing machine and dishwasher. Windows to the rear and side elevations, radiator, wall mounted boiler, timber flooring, trap door set on gas struts down to cellar, timbers to the ceiling, inset ceiling lights, ceiling light point and panel and glazed door out to the rear garden.
First Floor Landing: Exposed floorboards, ceiling light point, panel and glazed door to stairs up to the second floor and doors to the shower room and bedrooms one and three.
Bathroom: Fitted with a white suite comprising a walk-in shower enclosure and concealed cistern WC unit incorporating a wash basin with vanity cupboard beneath. Chrome radiator towel rail, electric warm air heater, window to the side elevation, fitted cupboard, exposed floorboards, timbers to the wall and inset ceiling lights.
Bedroom One: Secondary glazed sash window to the front elevation, radiator, exposed floorboards, timbers to the ceiling, cast iron fireplace and a ceiling light point.
Bedroom Three: Window to the rear elevation, radiator, exposed floorboards, timbers to the wall and ceiling, cast iron fireplace with fitted cupboards to either side of the chimney breast and two ceiling light points.
Second Floor Landing/Study: Large landing ideal as a study area, nursery or play space with a window to the rear elevation overlooking the rooftops towards the Severn Valley Railway and two double glazed Velux roof windows. Radiator, exposed floorboards, timbers to the ceiling, loft access hatch, wall light point, ceiling light point and doors to the bathroom and bedroom two.
Bathroom: Fitted with a white suite comprising a panel bath with mixer tap shower attachment, concealed cistern WC unit incorporating a wash basin with vanity cupboard beneath, radiator towel rail, double glazed Velux roof window, exposed timbers to the wall and ceiling, storage to the eaves and a ceiling light point.
Bedroom Two: Secondary glazed sash window to the front elevation, double glazed window to the rear elevation, traditional column style radiator, cast iron fireplace, exposed floorboards and two ceiling light points.
Cellars: There are two cellars for the property both of which provide useful storage space and have light points.
Outside: To the rear of the property is a substantial part walled garden with steps leading down from a paved patio to a brick pathway with flower beds to either side leading down to a pergola, brick paved seating area and summer house. There is gated access and a right of way from the garden to a covered passageway which leads onto High Street.
Location: Situated on the banks of the River Severn and the edge of the Wyre Forest, Bewdley was once described as the most perfect small town in Worcestershire. The town enjoys a good choice of pubs, cafes and restaurants along with small independent shops, craft studios, a brewery, local museum, a selection of sports clubs and a number of churches. Being approximately 20 miles south west of Birmingham and 15 miles north of Worcester, Bewdley 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 Kidderminster has regular services to and from Worcester, Malvern, Birmingham and London.
Schooling: The town is fortunate to benefit from two primary schools and a high school, all rated as Good by Ofsted in their most recent inspections. The independent sector is also well catered for locally with a fine selection of schools available nearby in Kidderminster, Chaddesley Corbett, Abberley, Bromsgrove and Worcester.
Services: All mains services are connected
Local Authority: Wyre Forest District Council
Council Tax: Band D
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