A wonderful, much improved period semi-detached house
The generous layout enjoys lovely high ceilings and has been tastefully decorated in contemporary Farrow & Ball period colours.
Beautiful rear garden
The master bedroom forms a magnificent, large double room, which includes a part stained glass oriel bay window
Two reception rooms
A wonderful, much improved period semi-detached house enjoying a secluded setting just off High Street in the heart of Bewdley town. Retaining much of its original character and charm, the property has been thoughtfully combined with modern appointments and also boasts a beautiful rear garden.
The generous layout enjoys lovely high ceilings and has been tastefully decorated in contemporary Farrow & Ball period colours. The ground floor offers two large reception rooms, together with a conservatory extension and a good sized kitchen, with a separate laundry room and ground floor WC.
A mahogany monkey tail staircase rises to a first floor landing, which radiates two double bedrooms, the master of which is incredibly large and includes an oriel part stained glass bay window. The bathroom includes the original ceramic single-piece bath, together with a full tiled wet-room shower area.
The rear garden has been beautifully landscaped and is enclosed by brick walls upon all sides. The garden includes a shed / office, which was formally used as a recording studio and includes sound proofing, lighting and power.
The Accommodation: The wooden front door opens to the reception hallway, which has a window to the side elevation, tiled floor and doors to the kitchen and lounge.
The kitchen is attractively appointed with a range of wooden white painted units, with granite style worksurfaces. The kitchen incorporates a white Belfast style sink with a flexible mixer tap, recess for a range gas cooker with a canopy cooker hood above, fitted full height cupboard, wall mounted Worcester Bosch combination central heating boiler, central heating radiator, tiled floor, window to the side elevation and door to a laundry room.
The laundry room provides plumbing for a washing machine, space for a tumble dryer, tiled floor, double glazed roof window and a door to a ground floor WC.
The WC is appointed with a white suite and includes a push-button flush WC, wash basin with a built-in white high gloss finish vanity cupboard below and tiled splashback; and a tiled floor.
The lounge forms an excellent sized reception room which has windows and a door to the rear elevation / garden, window to the side elevation, a log burning stove with a feature fireplace surround, two fitted cupboards, two central heating radiators, tiled floor, picture rail, coving to the ceiling, door to the inner hallway and door to the dining room.
The dining room forms another large reception room and includes a bioethanol fire with a period feature fireplace surround, fitted shelving with Jacobean panelling above, French antique "rise and fall" lighting, central heating radiator, tiled floor and double glazed French doors with patterned glazed side panel windows to a conservatory extension.
The conservatory is of timber construction and includes double glazed windows and French doors to the rear garden, two central heating radiators and a tiled floor.
The inner hallway includes a central heating radiator, tiled floor and a mahogany monkey tail staircase rising to the first floor accommodation.
The first floor comprises a landing with a window to the rear elevation, a central heating radiator, floating bookcase, wooden floor and doors to bedroom one, bedroom two and the bathroom.
The master bedroom forms a magnificent, large double room, which includes a part stained glass oriel bay window to the front elevation (with timber plantation shutters), fitted wardrobes, central heating radiator, picture rail and coving to the ceiling.
Bedroom two is a double room and includes a window to the side elevation, a decorative period feature fireplace, fitted double wardrobe and a central heating radiator.
The bathroom is attractively appointed to include the original ceramic single-piece bath with a wooden surround, high-level flush period style WC, fully tiled wet room area with a fitted mixer shower (with a large rainfall style shower head and a separate spray), Heritage pedestal wash basin, heated towel rail, central heating radiator, mosaic style tiled floor and two windows to the side elevation.
**Agent's Note** The property includes a very large loft space which could be used to further greatly enlarge the house. Planning permission was previously approved in 2018, to create two additional large bedrooms in the loft.
Outside: The property enjoys a pedestrian approach along Park Alley and a gate from the lit passageway opens to a block paved front courtyard. The courtyard provides a bin storage area and access to the front door.
Gated access is available to the rear garden, which has been beautifully landscaped to include a block paved patio with a raised feature shrub area and a lawn with attractively stocked shrub borders. The garden is enclosed by brick walls upon all sides and the patio includes a brick BBQ, cold water tap and has access to a shed / office, which was formally a recording studio and includes lighting, power points, sound proofing and Wi-Fi connection.
This is a rare opportunity to purchase this this period gem of a house and only upon a personal visit can its wonderful accommodation and pleasant, secluded setting to be fully appreciated. Early appointments are recommended to avoid disappointment.
Location: Situated on the banks of the River Severn and the edge of the Wyre Forest, Bewdley has been 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 F
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