A detached 1920s Tudor style period residence of five bedrooms, two bathrooms, five reception rooms, set back off the road behind a deep foregarden. The property is within walking distance of the town and is well proportioned to provide very comfortable family living of gross internal area 3,146 sq.ft. and being well maintained and appointed. The property enjoys mature and established gardens. The foregarden is mainly laid to lawn and formally laid out, ample parking and turning area and gated accesses lead to the beautiful rear garden featuring "the folly". The plot enjoys a good width with an overall size of over a third of an acre (0.35). With ornate part timber framing, leaded light windows and part tiled hung and herringbone brick elevations, the property has ornate brick chimneys and forms one of four properties on the road that were built from the reclaimed materials of the demolition of Bradley Hall, Kingswinford, providing an interesting history.
oak staircase to first floor, oak stripped floor, understairs cupboard.
wc, wash hand basin, fitted cupboard.
with arched bay window overlooking the rear garden, stone fireplace.
fireplace, exposed beams and fitted electric fire.
with range of base and wall cupboard and drawer units, granite working surfaces over, one and a half bowl stainless steel sink, Belling range cooker, AEG stainless steel hood over, tiled splashbacks, twin fridges, twin freezers, AEG bottle fridge, AEG combi-microwave/grill, Bosch dishwasher. Open plan to
with double French doors to rear garden and off to
with stainless steel sink, gas meter cupboard. Space and plumbing for washing machine and tumble dryer. Storage cupboard.
French doors to rear, fireplace, fitted cupboards.
super view over the rear garden, hatch to roof space.
a lovely size with wardrobes and view over the garden.
rolltop bath on stand, semi-pedestal wash hand basin, wc and large shower cubicle. Built in cupboard.
window to front, wardrobes. Jack and Jill access to
semi-pedestal wash hand basin, good sized shower, wc.
window to rear, wardrobes.
window to side.
presently used as a dressing room, wardrobes and pelmet lighting.
The Grange is set well back off Tiddington Road behind brick paved and gravelled driveway, formally laid out mainly lawned front garden and a laurel hedge affording privacy at the front and box hedging. Central planted bed. There are gated accesses either side of the property, taking the left hand side, a gate opens to a bin store area and boiler shed with Baxi gas fired central heating boiler, hot water tank. Tool shed and leading round to
paved terrace immediately adjoining the rear with raised sitting area in front of "the folly", a wedding commemoration of stone and brick with rounded columns, gravelled pathways and borders, shaped lawned gardens beyond, mature hedges and enjoying a good width.
By the opposite gated entrance a path leads round to the
providing very useful work from home solution.
TENURE: The property is understood to be freehold although we have not seen evidence. This should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts.
SERVICES: We have been advised by the vendor that mains electricity, gas, water and drainage are connected to the property. However this should be checked by your solicitor before exchange of contracts. Gas central heating.
AGENTS NOTE: Carpets and curtains are included in the sale. Certain light fittings will be removed.
RIGHTS OF WAY: The property is sold subject to and with the benefit of any rights of way, easements, wayleaves, covenants or restrictions etc. as may exist over same whether mentioned herein or not.
COUNCIL TAX: Council Tax is levied by the Local Authority and is understood to lie in Band G.
CURRENT ENERGY PERFORMANCE CERTIFICATE RATING: E. A full copy of the EPC is available at the office if required.
VIEWING: By Prior Appointment with the selling agent.