Church Lane, Broadwas-on-Teme, Worcestershire


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
A wonderful opportunity to acquire an extended three bedroom semi detached Cottage offering huge potential for improvement and extension, (subject to planning). The property benefits from glorious and generous gardens and is situated along a quiet lane within the popular village of Broadwas-On-Teme. NO ONWARD CHAIN Accommodation comprising: Entrance Hall, Dining Room, Sitting Room, Kitchen, Sun Room, downstairs Cloakroom, side Lobby. On the first floor: Three Bedrooms and an En-Suite Bathroom. Outside: To the front, side and rear are generous well stocked gardens, along with a private driveway and detached single Garage.

The property is entered via part glazed wooden door giving access into:


With ceiling light point and obscure glazed wooden door giving access into:


With ceiling light point, stairs rising to the first floor, radiator, under stairs storage with lighting and door giving access into:


11'11 X 11'10 (3.63m X 3.61m)

The centrepiece of which is an open fire with tiled surround, hearth and mantle over, window to the front aspect, ceiling light point, radiator, television aerial point and bi-folding doors giving access into:


18'2 maximum 16'4 minimum X 9'10 (5.54m maximum 4.98m minimum X 3.00m)

The centrepiece of which is a gas fire with brick surround and tiled hearth and wooden mantle over, fitted cupboard spaces, window to the side aspect, ceiling light point, radiator and door giving access into:


11'9 X 8'10 (3.58m X 2.69m)

Fitted with a matching range of base and wall mounted units, stainless steel drainer sink unit, space for oven, space for further appliances, ceiling light point, radiator, door to side Lobby, glazed door with revolving security shutter, door giving access into:


12'6 X 12'0 (3.81m X 3.66m)

With wall mounted central heating boiler, windows to the side aspect, part glazed door giving access out to the rear garden, space and plumbing for washing machine, base units, door giving access through to Garage, ceiling light point.

From the Kitchen, door gives access into:


With wall light point, part obscure glazed wooden door giving access out to gardens and door giving access into:


Fitted with high level W.C., corner wash hand basin with tiled splashback, ceiling light point, obscure glazed window to the rear aspect.

From the Entrance Hall, stairs rise to the first floor:


With window to the front aspect and door giving access into:


12'3 X 12'1 (3.73m X 3.68m)

The centrepiece of which is a feature fireplace, window to the front aspect with outlook back towards the centre of Broadwas, ceiling light point, radiator.


16'8 X 10'1 (5.08m X 3.07m)

With windows to the side aspect, outlook to the Church, ceiling light point, radiator, fitted wardrobes and door giving access to:


12'1 X 8'11 (3.68m X 2.72m)

With ceiling light point, radiator, hatch giving access into loft space, airing cupboard housing the hot water tank.

From Bedroom 1, door gives access into:

En-Suite Bathroom:

Fitted with low level W.C., pedestal wash hand basin, bath with shower over, obscure window to the side aspect, further window to the rear aspect, ceiling light point, radiator and wall mounted heater.


The garden is of a particularly generous size and is well stocked with mature trees and shrubs. To the front is a gate and pathway to the front door, with the pathway running to the side of the property to the driveway.

The driveway can be accessed via double opening gates and runs all the way to the side and back where the Garage can be located.

The side garden is largely laid to lawn with mature shrubs, as you walk towards the rear of the property, there is courtesy lighting, an outside tap and access into:


16'0 x 7'9 (4.88m x 2.36m)

With metal up and over door, power, light and door giving access back to Sun Room.

The rear of the property is largely laid to lawn with shrub borders and the benefit of a greenhouse and a useful outbuilding 20'0 x 8'0 (6.10m x 2.44m), with power and lighting. The garden is fully enclosed by well stocked hedges and contains a variety of fruit trees, including pear and apple.

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