A very deceptive and attractively improved period two bedroom end of terrace house
Located just a short distance from the centre of Bewdley town and its excellent amenities
Offering a well proportioned layout including two reception rooms and two double bedrooms
Loft converted master bedroom
Retaining much of its original character and charm
Host of tasteful modern appointments, which are still very in keeping with the period of the house
Dual sided multi-fuel burning stove
Large attractive dining kitchen with appliances
Large first floor bathroom and a ground floor shower room
Small courtyard rear garden with large shared outbuilding
A very deceptive and attractively improved period two bedroom end of terrace house located just a short distance from the centre of Bewdley town. Offering a well proportioned layout including a dining kitchen, ground floor shower room, large first floor bathroom and a loft converted master bedroom.
The property retains much of its original character and charm, including arched period windows and a wood beam feature in the master bedroom. The character is now combined with a host of tasteful modern appointments, which are still very in keeping with the period of the house and include a dual side multi-fuel burning stove, accessed from the lounge and the dining kitchen.
The Accommodation: The part double glazed front door opens to the lounge, which has an arched secondary glazed window to the front elevation, a dual sided multi-fuel burning stove (can also be accessed from the dining kitchen) with a feature fireplace surround, central heating radiator, fitted cupboard housing the gas and electricity meters, and a door to the dining kitchen.
The dining kitchen is attractively appointed with a range of sage shaker style units, with solid wood worksurfaces, incorporating a white Belfast style sink with mixer tap, Leisure range gas cooker with Rangemaster canopy cooker hood above, integrated microwave, integrated dishwasher, recess and plumbing for a washing machine, recess for a fridge freezer, central heating radiator, tiled floor, part tiling to the walls, stairs rising to the first floor accommodation, door to a rear hall, double glazed window to the rear elevation and two arched secondary glazed windows to the side elevation.
The rear hall includes a part double glazed composite door to the courtyard garden, wood style floor and a door to a ground floor shower room.
The shower room is beautifully appointed with a white suite and includes a curved shower cubicle with a fitted mixer shower and full height tiling to the surrounds, table-top wash basin with built-in white high gloss finish vanity cupboard below, push-button flush WC, central heating radiator, wood style floor and a double glazed window to the side elevation.
The first floor comprises of a landing with an arched secondary glazed window to the side elevation, decorative period feature fireplace, stairs rising to the master bedroom, useful under stairs store cupboards and doors to bedroom 2 and the bathroom.
Bedroom two forms a double room including an arched secondary glazed window to the front elevation and a central heating radiator.
The bathroom is beautifully appointed with a white suite and includes a freestanding roll-top bath with a shower attachment, separate walk-in shower cubicle with a fitted mixer shower and full height tiling to the surrounds, pedestal wash basin, low-level flush WC, radiator / towel rail, central heating radiator, tiled floor, cup concealing the British Gas combination central heating boiler, double glazed window to the rear elevation and an arched secondary glazed window to the side elevation.
The master bedroom forms an excellent loft converted double room including two double glazed roof windows, a central heating radiator and a wooden beam feature.
Outside: The property enjoys a small courtyard rear garden, which includes a large, shared outbuilding / store.
Westbourne Street provides some on-street parking on a 'first come/first served' basis (free of charge). At the end of Westbourne Street, there is also a Wyre Forest District Council permit only car park. This is subject to availability and the current owners are on the waiting list for a space.
A personal visit is essential for this outwardly deceptive and much improved period home and its pleasant location to be fully appreciated. Early appointments are highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
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 C
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