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Dordale Road

Bournheath, Bromsgrove

  • 3

  • 1

  • 1

  • Detached bungalow with single garage
  • Spacious driveway
  • 1.4 acres of land
  • Outbuildings
  • Permitted development of a single storey extension
  • Fabulous location

Offers in excess of

1050 sq. ft.

Tenant Info
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01905 734 734

Please quote reference number SML220042

About the property

Open day Saturday 25th June 10am to 2pm, please call to arrange: This is an excellent opportunity to buy a three-bedroom, detached bungalow with unspoilt land and outbuildings in a simply beautiful location. The property has a development permit for a single storey extension.
  • Detached bungalow with single garage
  • Spacious driveway
  • 1.4 acres of land
  • Outbuildings
  • Permitted development of a single storey extension
  • Fabulous location
Property Snapshot

Moving through the gap in the mature hedge which runs along the road boundary of the property, takes you up a sloping tarmacked driveway to the spacious parking area at the side of the property. There is plenty of space here to park several cars, and a single garage which is nestled slightly behind the main house.

There are lawns to either side of the drive, offering a clean slate for avid gardeners.

Walking along a paved path to the front of the house brings you to the front door, and the path is bordered by a number of rather overgrown shrubs, but this could be easily remedied. The front aspect commands wonderful views of the meadow in front of the house.

Moving through the front door brings you into an entrance hall, with a door to the reception room to your right, and a large storage cupboard to the left, which is ideal for coats and boots.

Moving forward again, brings you into a corridor which moves along the center of the house to the left. There is a second storage cupboard to your right.

Once round the corner, you have yet another cupboard on your right, and then the corridor opens out into a landing with doors to the bathroom and separate loo to the right, the door to bedroom two straight ahead of you and doors to bedroom one and three to your left.

The reception room is a great sized, L-shaped room, which has two enormous, double aspect, double-glazed, windows which are almost floor to ceiling, flooding the room with natural light and allowing views over the stunning countryside beyond.

The kitchen is reached through a door in the living room and is of a good size, with a large storage cupboard/pantry immediately to the right of the entrance, and a door leading to the back of the property beyond that. This room is in need of a complete refurbishment. Immediately out of the back door, there is another large storage cupboard attached to the back of the garage.


Bedroom one is the largest of the three bedrooms; it is bright and airy thanks to a huge window overlooking the lawns, meadow and glorious views at the front of the property. It has a long radiator under the window and is in need of some cosmetic work.

Bedroom two is at the back of the property, next to bedroom one, and is another bright, double room. The large, double-glazed window overlooks the back of the property and Pepper Woods behind.

This room, like the rest of the house, is in much need of some T.L.C.

Bedroom three has plenty of room for a single bed and has a large, double-glazed window overlooking the front aspect of the property, along with those lovely views.

The bathroom and separate W.C. are in need of refurbishment and could easily be knocked through to make a large and bright family bath/shower room, with two windows, allowing natural light to flood the space.


Outside
Lawns surround the house and provide an enormous amount of potential for proper landscaping and for someone to really use their imagination to create their dream garden.

The existing herbaceous borders are in desperate need of weeding and pruning; but there are one or two mature plants which may be worth keeping. At present, there is no fence separating the 1.4 acres of pasture, which extends to the south of the property, and the garden. The garden cannot be extended further, without planning consent, but the field could be used as a small holding, or maybe for horses, as it is plenty big enough to be parcelled up into paddocks.


Outbuildings
At the bottom of the meadow, right on the southern boundary of the property, there are several old greenhouses which are overgrown.

To the west, under the trees on the boundary with the woods, there are a couple of outbuildings, which are also in need of renovation, but provide scope for turning into a workshop or stables.

There is some hard-standing here as well under the vegetation.


Services
Cesspit, of which cleaning is shared with neighbours. Mains electricity and water.

Oil-fired central heating and double-glazed windows.

There is an agricultural tie on the property, but if you plan to keep animals, this should not be a problem.

Agricultural Tie - The occupation of the property is limited to a person solely or mainly employed, or last employed, in the locality in agriculture as defined in Section 290(i) of the Town and Country Planning Act 1971, or in forestry (including any dependents of such a person residing with him) or a widow or widower of such a person.


Permitted Development - A single storey extension, up to 8 metres in length and 4 metres in height. Loft conversions are also included as long as the conversion is relatively simple with roof windows.

Council tax band E