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Lower Park

Bewdley

  • 4

  • 2

  • 2

  • Grade II listed townhouse
  • Private garden
  • Converted cellar
  • Summerhouse
  • Rented parking space

Guide price

1808 sq. ft.

Tenant Info
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Please quote reference number JHE210182

About the property

An outstanding Georgian townhouse which has been extended, completely renovated and tastefully modernised.
  • Grade II listed townhouse
  • Private garden
  • Converted cellar
  • Summerhouse
  • Rented parking space
Property Snapshot

This gem of a home fantastically blends charming 18th century period detail with modern living, complete with a lovely garden and a rented parking space.

The extensive accommodation is arranged over five floors and includes two useful cellar rooms, a fantastic high-quality fitted kitchen with adjoining snug, a separate dining room/sitting room and four further double bedrooms and family bathroom over the upper floors. One of the first floor bedrooms is currently used as a living room which demonstrates the versatility of this property.

A passageway shared with next door leads to the main entrance which opens into the welcoming hallway. Fitted with under floor heating and attractive wood panelling, doors leading to the snug and dining room and stairs lead to the cellar and first floor.

The substantial cellar/basement is made up of two adjoining rooms, both of which have undergone extensive works to make them usable. The larger has been tanked and would make a wonderful cinema room or studio. It features a lovely brick arched ceiling, extractor fan, television point, and lighting and power points. Opening to a second area which would make a great utility or study and has power points, lighting, a towel radiator and stone steps leading to a Velux-style window/fire escape opening to the rear garden.

The ground floor sitting room/dining room has an attractive feature fireplace, two secondary glazed sash windows, built-in storage and lovely period details including architrave and a fan window above the door.

The cosy snug flows beautifully to the adjoining kitchen and has underfloor heating and a feature fireplace housing a wood burner. The newly extended and refitted kitchen is a real feature of this home, it is styled to a high-quality and light floods in from a lantern skylight and full height window. Fitted with Shaker-style units topped with a pale Corian work-surface and splashbacks, integrated appliances include an induction hob with extractor, a self-cleaning oven with warming drawer and a microwave/grill combo, washing machine, fridge freezer and dishwasher.

First floor
A light and airy front facing double bedroom s currently utilised as a living room is fitted with two secondary glazed sash windows, a vertical designer radiator, an original fireplace and useful walk-in cupboard which could become a small office area.

The first floor bathroom is spacious and light and comprises a bathtub, separate shower cubicle, a feature fireplace, chrome towel radiator, wash basin, WC and a boiler/storage cupboard.

Second floor
Two spacious double bedrooms, both enjoy a pleasant outlook taking in views of Kateshill to the front and the town and Severn Valley railway at the rear. The one to the rear has the benefit of an en suite WC. The other, to the front, has a high vaulted ceiling with exposed oak beams and fitted wardrobes.

Third floor
From the landing there is a generous double bedroom with triple fitted wardrobes.

Outside
A delightful and very private cottage-style garden can be found at the rear of the property with established planting and a lawned area. The garden is generous for a town centre location and has raised borders and a variety of plants including bamboo and an exotic banana tree. From the kitchen there is a lovely courtyard patio, perfect for alfresco dining. There is access to the shared passageway and a block paved pathway leading through the lawn to the far end which features a summerhouse and additional seating area.

The current owners rent a parking space just yards away from the property in the Quaker meeting house car park.

Services
We have been advised by the vendors that the property has mains gas, mains electricity, mains water and broadband.

Agents note
The sellers inform us that planning permission has been granted for the installation of a Georgian-style front door to be fitted to the entrance of the shared entrance passageway should you wish to add one.