A beautifully improved, period, three bedroom, mid terrace family house within this convenient location, just a very short walk from the centre of Stourbridge, and offering a generously proportioned layout, which is “ready to move into”, still retaining much of its original character and charm.
The front door opens to the reception hall, with stairs rising to the first floor accommodation and doors to the lounge, separate sitting room and the cellar / cinema room. The lounge forms a versatile reception room which has a window to the rear of the property and a door to a rear porch. The rear porch provides access to the rear garden and has access leading through to the kitchen. The kitchen is attractively appointed with a range of “dark grey” shaker style units with solid oak worktops, incorporating a Belfast style sink, an integrated five burner gas hob, integrated electric oven / grill, integrated dishwasher, integrated wine cooler and an integrated washer dryer. The kitchen also has windows to the rear and side aspects. The separate sitting room forms another versatile reception and has a window to the front of the property and a feature fireplace. The cellar has been converted to create additional accommodation and is currently used as a cinema room. Just off the stairs leading down to the cellar is a door to a useful large store cupboard.
The first floor comprises of a landing with stairs rising to the second floor, together with two bedrooms and a bathroom off. Bedroom one forms an excellent double room which has a window to the front aspect and two fitted wardrobes. Bedroom two is also a double room has a window to the rear of the property and useful built-in storage. The bathroom is appointed with a “classic white” suite and includes a bath with mixer shower over, wash basin, WC and a window to the rear of the property.
The second floor comprises of a loft conversion which has created an additional double bedroom. The bedroom has a roof window to the rear of the property, a useful built-in cupboard and a large, eaves store.
The property includes gas central heating and sash double glazing with shutters. Fixtures and fittings plus certain electrical items are available at separate negotiation.
The property is set back beyond a small walled frontage and to the rear has an initial “L” shaped, low maintenance garden with decking and slate chippings. A rear gate provides access to a communal access passage and also continues across to steps which rise to a further private garden area, which is currently overgrown, but which provides excellent potential and forms a natural sun-trap.
Viewing is essential for this much improved period family house to be fully appreciated and early appointments are highly recommended to avoid disappointment.
Stourbridge provides an excellent selection amenities including bus and train stations with regular services to Birmingham, Worcester, Kidderminster and Wolverhampton. The town centre has a wide choice of shops, together many popular pubs and restaurants. The area also has highly regarded schooling for children of all ages and commuters will find that the motorway network is also easily accessible via junctions 3 and 4 of the M5.
Services: All mains services are connected
Local Authority: Dudley Council
Council Tax: Band B<br /><br />