About the property
This extremely spacious family home is nicely situated in a semi-rural suburb within Stourport-on-Severn.
- Countryside views to the front
- Semi-rural location
- South facing rear garden
- Driveway parking
- Fourth bedroom potential
- Solar panels
- Easy access to the M5
A substantial three/four bedroom detached home which has been nicely extended at the rear. The overall footprint of the property is extremely generous, with good room sizes throughout and an adaptable layout which includes a spacious study/office also ideal for use as a ground floor fourth bedroom. The property benefits from a south facing rear garden and solar panels on the roof which make good use of this sunny aspect.
The property is nicely set back behind a long frontage which includes a substantial driveway able to cater for multiple vehicles including caravans and the like. The driveway leads to the single garage which is accessed via wooden double doors to the front and features power, lighting and houses the wall-mounted Worcester combination boiler.
A spacious double-glazed porch with tiled flooring and generous built-in storage provides access to the main hall via a glazed front door. The sizeable entrance hall includes a radiator, useful recess ideal for hanging coats, stairs to the first floor and doors leading to the reception rooms, kitchen and cloakroom/WC.
The main lounge has been substantially extended and comprises double-glazed patio doors leading to the garden, wall lights, a radiator and two double-glazed windows. There is a second reception room on the ground floor which is a good-size and lends itself very well as an office, second sitting room or fourth bedroom. This room includes built-in storage, a radiator and a double-glazed window to the front with pleasant views of nearby countryside.
The kitchen is large enough to accommodate a table and chairs and comprises wall and base units, work-surfaces with an inset stainless-steel sink and drainer, space for various appliances including a cooker, built-in storage/pantry, a radiator, a double-glazed window to the rear and a double-glazed door to the garden. A cloakroom/WC with wall-mounted wash hand basin and low-level WC completes the ground floor.
The first-floor landing has a double-glazed window to the side, a built-in cupboard, a loft hatch accessing the roof space and doors to the bathroom and three bedrooms.
Bedroom one is extremely light and airy and enjoys great countryside views from the large double-glazed picture window and benefits from fitted wardrobes.
Bedroom two is a good-sized double and similarly has great views to Stagborough Hill and Heightington. Bedroom three is also a spacious double benefiting from two double-glazed windows and ample built-in wardrobes/storage.
The family bathroom is incredibly roomy and light, comprising a panelled bath, a separate shower cubicle, a vanity unit, tiled walls, a low-level WC, a radiator and two frosted double-glazed windows.
The rear garden is neatly maintained and benefits from a sunny southerly aspect. Comprising a block paved patio and a lawn enclosed by mature hedging and wooden panelled fencing. There is also a wooden shed, outside lighting and a wide walkway to the side of the property.
We have been advised by our vendors that the property has mains gas, mains electricity, mains water and electric solar panels.
01384 370 232
Please quote reference number JHE210191
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