Kidderminster Road


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  • Traditional family home
  • Wonderful location
  • Large plot
  • Set well back from the road
  • Charming period features
  • Detached garage
  • Extensive rear garden
  • Gated entrance
  • Ample driveway parking
  • Downstairs cloakroon

Offers in excess of

2190 sq. ft.

Tenant Info

01384 370 232

Please quote reference number JHE230179

A fantastic opportunity to purchase this delightful traditional home, located just 0.6 miles from the historic town of Bewdley, set well back from the road on a superb plot of over one quarter of an acre.
  • Traditional family home
  • Wonderful location
  • Large plot
  • Set well back from the road
  • Charming period features
  • Detached garage
  • Extensive rear garden
  • Gated entrance
  • Ample driveway parking
  • Downstairs cloakroon

This property is a delightful example of a classic inter-war residence, being sold for the first time in many decades and offering an excellent opportunity to purchase an individual home within the curtilage of Bewdley town.

The property sits nicely back from the road on a fantastic plot over one quarter of an acre in size, with superb mature gardens at the rear that stretch a long way from the residence. Internally, the house has a traditional charm with many appealing features, including a welcoming reception hall, period fireplaces and picture rails in most rooms.

71 Kidderminster Road is set well back from the road behind a wooden gated entrance, which opens onto an expansive gravelled driveway capable of accommodating multiple vehicles.

The driveway leads to a detached garage, nicely tucked away at the side of the property and accessed via double wooden doors. From the driveway, a door provides access to the residence.

Upon entering, one is greeted by a spacious and welcoming reception hall with stairs rising to the first floor and doors leading to the living accommodation, kitchen and WC.

Sitting Room
To the front of the ground floor, there is a cosy sitting room centred around an open fireplace with surround. Further features include a picture rail and a window to the front aspect.

Kitchen and Dining Room
At the rear of the ground floor, there is a good-sized kitchen that flows nicely into the adjoining dining room, creating a user-friendly arrangement ideal for families and socialising.

The kitchen features a ‘Range’ style oven, traditional style wooden wall and base units, an integrated dishwasher and space for various appliances, including a fridge freezer, washing machine and tumble dryer. A window provides lovely views of the garden and a door leads outside.

The neighbouring dining room exhibits nice period details, including a fireplace and picture rail, and overlooks the rear garden. A doorway provides access to a side conservatory.

The glazed conservatory is flooded with light from a glass roof and is an excellent place to sit or work from home, offering pleasant views of the garden and a door leading outside.

The first-floor accommodation is accessed via the landing, which has a window to the side aspect, an airing cupboard housing the boiler and a loft hatch accessing the roof space.

The first floor comprises two spacious double bedrooms and a third single room, serviced by a well-proportioned bathroom with a separate shower.

Bedroom one is a good-sized double room with a picture rail and a lovely aspect overlooking the rear garden.

The second bedroom is another double room benefiting from a rural outlook overlooking meadows on the other side of Kidderminster Road and featuring a picture rail.

Bedroom three overlooks the rear garden and has a picture rail.

The house bathroom is generously sized and offers a corner shower cubicle, a panelled bath, a pedestal washbasin and a low-level WC.

Gardens and Grounds
A fantastic feature of the property is its established rear garden, which is extensive in size and provides this delightful traditional home with a quality family-friendly outside space. The gardens will no doubt appeal to keen gardeners and those with children, whilst also providing plenty of scope for further extensions to the property.

Directly at the rear of the house is a substantial stone-paved patio with a sunken pond and Victorian-style lamps. Beyond here are sweeping lawns that extend a long way from the property and are bordered by many mature plants and fruit trees, including apple, pear, plum and damson. The gardens are secluded and benefit from gated side access.

Mains gas, electricity, water and drainage.

Broadband is available at this property.

Council tax band C

Reservation Fee - refundable on exchange

A reservation fee, refundable on exchange, is payable prior to the issue of the Memorandum of Sale and after which the property may be marked as Sold Subject to Contract. The fee will be reimbursed upon the successful Exchange of Contracts.

The fee will be retained by Andrew Grant in the event that you the buyer withdraws from the purchase or does not Exchange within 6 months of the fee being received other than for one or more of the following reasons:

1. Any significant material issues highlighted in a survey that were not evident or drawn to the attention of you the buyer prior to the Memorandum of Sale being issued.
2. Serious and material defect in the seller’s legal title.
3. Local search revealing a matter that has a material adverse effect on the market value of the property that was previously undeclared and not in the public domain.
4. The vendor withdrawing the property from sale.

The reservation fee, equivalent to 0.5% of the accepted offer, is payable upon acceptance by the vendor of an offer from a buyer and a positive completion of an assessment of the buyer’s financial status and ability to proceed.

Should a buyer’s financial position regarding the funding of the property prove to be fundamentally different from that declared by the buyer when the Memorandum of Sale was completed, then the Vendor has the right to withdraw from the sale and the reservation fee retained. For example, where the buyer declares themselves as a cash buyer but are in fact relying on an unsecured sale of their property.

Once the reservation fee has been paid, any renegotiation of the price stated in the memorandum of sale for any reason other than those covered in points 1 to 3 above will lead to the reservation fee being retained. A further fee will be levied on any subsequent reduced offer that is accepted by the vendor. This further fee will be subject to the same conditions that prevail for all reservation fees outlined above.