Millholme, Northwood Lane, Bewdley

£100,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 2
A Surprisingly Spacious Two Double Bedroom Timber Chalet Used As A Permanent Residence And Located Within This Well Established Rural Community Enjoying Lovely Countryside Views From The Garden Across The Adjoining Field.

* Lounge With Log Burner

* Superb 25' Open Plan Kitchen/ Living Room

* Large Porch/ Store Area

* Energy Efficient Solar Panels

* Enclosed Patio With Hot Tub

* Ample Parking

Entrance Porch

3.00m x 2.97m (9'10 x 9'9 )

Store Room

2.08m x 1.68m (6'10 x 5'6 )

Breakfast Kitchen

4.39m x 3.66m (14'5 x 12'0 )

Open Plan Living Room

3.56m x 3.40m (11'8 x 11'2 )

Lounge

4.83m x 2.82m (15'10 x 9'3 )

Bedroom One

4.55m x 3.02m (14'11 x 9'11 )

Bedroom Two

3.86m x 3.51m (12'8 x 11'6 )

Bathroom

2.82m x 2.49m (9'3 x 8'2 )

Hill Farm is a delightfully situated rural community, just over 2 miles from the centre of Bewdley nestling amidst the glorious Severn Valley countryside and approached over a long 'no through road' country lane running between the River Severn and the SVR steam railway line before ending near Trimpley Reservoir.

The site comprises an eclectic mixture of timber chalets and caravans which historically were sold as individual plots for holiday homes to purchasers mainly from Birmingham and the Black Country in the pre-war era. Over the years many of the plots have been permanently occupied on a full time residential basis, with or without formal planning consent, whilst others have remained simply as holiday homes.

Millholme has been occupied on a permanent residential basis by the current owners for the last twenty years, and was comprehensively rebuilt between 2001 and 2003. Retrospective planning consent was obtained in 2004 for extensions to the property. Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band A.

Located in a quiet corner of the site, the property adjoins a grazing meadow to the rear, whilst to the front of the property there is ample parking space for a couple of cars.

Mains water and electricity are both connected, with the further benefit of photo-voltaic solar panels which provide a source of renewable energy. Please note that the rights to the contracted Feed-In-Tariff payments (for surplus energy produced above and beyond the amount used) are owned by a third party company (Rainmaker), though the purchaser will of course continue to benefit from the considerable cost savings associated with self-generated electricity consumption.

Upvc double glazing is also installed to most windows, and drainage is to a private septic tank.

The property is entered via a large enclosed entrance porch, with double doors giving access to the rear garden and a separate door opening to a useful store room. The porch measures over 9' square and could be upgraded if required to create a valuable additional room.

The original three bedroom layout has been altered by combining the former third bedroom and kitchen, thus now providing an excellent 25' long open plan kitchen/ living room, all with wooden flooring.

The kitchen area is fitted with an attractive range of cabinets and sink unit, with space for cooker and LPG gas connection, whilst the living area makes this a most comfortable and sociable hub of the home.

Just off the kitchen is a spacious bathroom with suite comprising corner bath with electric shower over, plus low level wc, vanity unit with hand basin, heated towel rail and further under-counter space for a washing machine.

Also off the living room is a separate lounge with feature fireplace and log burner.

There are two well proportioned double bedrooms, the largest measuring almost 15' in length with a full width wardrobe space behind curtains, and double doors opening onto a private, enclosed patio area with table & chairs plus hot tub, all included in the sale.

The second bedroom is also of good proportions, having alcoved clothes hanging space and also featuring double doors opening to the patio area and hot tub.

Outside, there are a number of different timber sheds and storage facilities, whilst the chalet enjoys a good degree of privacy being well screened from it's neighbours.

Occupation of the chalets at Hill Farm is by way of an annual licencing agreement with the site owner, subject to an annual charge of £5000 for the year 2021/22. Intending purchasers will need to complete an application form issued by the site owner's managing agent, following which with the site owner's approval a new annual licence will be issued.

It is understood that upon the sale of any property at Hill Farm, a commission of 10% of the sale price will be payable by the seller to the site owner. In practice 10% of the purchase price is expected to be paid by the purchaser to the site owner with the other 90% paid directly to the seller.

Millholme provides an ideal retreat for anyone seeking a change of lifestyle within picturesque rural surroundings, yet within only 5 minutes drive of all the amenities which can be found in the Georgian riverside town of Bewdley.

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