Hall Lane

Hagley, Stourbridge

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  • Prime village location
  • Charming period home
  • Cloakroom
  • Utility room
  • Cellar
  • Master with ensuite bathroom
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens
  • Secure parking
  • Garage

Guide price

2239 sq. ft.

Tenant Info
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Please quote reference number VIC230025

An imposing period property situated in a prime location within Hagley village.
  • Prime village location
  • Charming period home
  • Cloakroom
  • Utility room
  • Cellar
  • Master with ensuite bathroom
  • Beautifully landscaped gardens
  • Secure parking
  • Garage

A unique individual home which research suggests dates back from as early as 1760, first as a grocery and baker's store and in later years as an antique shop. The property is superbly situated overlooking the grounds of Hagley Hall and enjoys a corner plot. There are amenities and shopping facilities nearby within the village of Hagley, including sought-after schooling, a train station and countryside walks on the doorstep making this an ideal family home.

Having been owned by its present owners for a number of years this truly is an opportunity to acquire a family home with history and character like no other.

This beautiful property features an impressive footprint of accommodation within, which is complemented by the superbly landscaped gardens outside. There is a welcoming entrance hallway, a spacious living room, a formal dining room, a kitchen, a pantry and a cloakroom situated on the ground floor. There is also a sizable cellar accessed from the hallway. Upstairs, there is a house bathroom and five bedrooms, one of which has an ensuite bathroom.

Outside, the garden has been thoughtfully landscaped to provide a wonderful outside space for relaxation and entertaining. The property further benefits from secure parking and a garage.

56 Hall Lane is approached through a concealed gate within the walled garden. Upon entering the grounds, you are greeted by the stunning landscaped gardens.


Entrance
A part-brick and glazed porch accesses the entrance door, which opens onto a welcoming hallway featuring a staircase rising to the first floor, access to the cellar, wall light points, a window and all the ground-floor rooms radiating off from this point.


Cloakroom
Further along the hallway, there is a useful cloakroom housing an enclosed WC, an enclosed washbasin with mixer tap set upon vanity unit, plentiful storage beyond the sliding doors, a chrome towel radiator and a window.


Living room
Situated to the front of the property is a beautifully appointed and spacious living room. This room is flooded with light from the dual-aspect windows.

Wall light points and a feature open fire with an Adam-style fire surround complete this exquisite room.


Dining room
The formal dining/reception room has wall light points and dual aspect windows, one of which is a deep bay. This room also features a gas fire with a fire surround incorporating a mirror and tiling.

This is a lovely room to dine and entertain in with friends and family.


Kitchen
There is a wonderful kitchen, which is a delight to cook in whilst enjoying the views over the rear garden. The kitchen has matching antique pine wall, base and drawer units incorporating granite worksurfaces, display shelving and a plate rack.

There is also a matching dresser incorporating a wine rack and shelving and an island unit giving plentiful storage and workspace.

The kitchen has space for a Britannia cooker with an extractor, a Belfast sink, ample worktop space, tiling to the splashbacks and flooring and an integrated fridge and dishwasher within the work units. There is a fantastic built-in breakfast seating area, with space for a table and chairs. The kitchen also features a beam to the ceiling and dual-aspect windows.

Just off the kitchen is a useful pantry area, which is an ideal space for storage and further white goods. This room has a window to either side, quarry-tiled floors and access directly to the garden.


Cellar
The cellar is a huge space in three chambers where a coat of arms can be found within the sandstone. The space has gas and electric meters, lighting and power, and could be converted for a number of uses.

The cellar also features a utility area comprising a stainless-steel sink unit with drainer and storage cupboards beneath and space for domestic appliances. This area also has a radiator, which is ideal for drying clothes on a rainy day.


First floor
From the hallway, the staircase rises to the first-floor landing, where there is access to the loft and a window.


Master bedroom
Situated to the front of the property is the master bedroom, which has an excellent range of pine built-in wardrobes featuring overhead cupboards. This bedroom also includes two sash windows, a Juliet Balcony and a lovely ensuite bathroom.


Ensuite bathroom
The ensuite has a white suite comprising a low-level WC, a pedestal washbasin, a bathtub with a mixer tap and a shower attachment to the wall. There is also tiling to partial walls, a useful cupboard for storage, a chrome towel radiator and dual-aspect windows.


Bedroom two
The spacious second bedroom has an ornamental cast-iron fire surround and a large window.


Bedrooms three, four and five
The remaining three bedrooms vary in size, the smaller bedroom houses the enclosed boiler. The fourth bedroom is currently being used as a study.


House bathroom
Completing the accommodation is a house bathroom featuring a white suite comprising a bathtub with mixer tap, a high-level WC, an enclosed washbasin set upon a vanity unit and a separate shower cubicle.

There is also tiling to partial walls, tiling to the flooring and an obscure-glazed window.


Garden
The garden is a particular feature of this wonderful home, being landscaped and featuring walls to two sides and panel fencing to the other.

There are various places to sit out, relax, entertain and dine. There is a manicured lawn with established colourful borders of planting, trees and shrubbery. The garden is east facing allowing plentiful sunshine throughout the day.

There is secure parking beyond a roller shutter door, which leads to a garage with a metal up-and-over door and to the rear of this garage there is an extremely useful timber framed storeroom.

The property has mains gas, mains electricity, mains water, mains drainage, a security alarm system and broadband.

Council tax band G

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 levels are as follows:
an agreed offer under £500,000 will be £750 inclusive of vat
an agreed offer between £500,000 and £1,000,000 will be £2,000 inclusive of vat
all agreed offers over £1,000,000 will be £3,000 inclusive of vat

The reservation fee 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.