Pitt Street, Kidderminster Dy10 2un

£320,000

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4

An oasis of peace and tranquillity with blissful 0.287 of an acre plantsman's gardens also offering treetop surrounding views! Here is a very special high calibre cottage style property with a stunning feature packed interior having the feel of a country home in the town! Viewing imperative. Energy Rating: D. STOURPORT OFFICE 01299 822060

DESCRIPTION

Number 27 Pitt Street is a special property given that similar character homes which genuinely rival this element of quality, refinement and amenity would not at all be easy to find for the money!

Our vendor/clients have owned the property for more than 30 years and have meticulously refined it with a particularly high attention to detail throughout. There are many highlights and those with an eye for detail will be impressed with the finishing and general level of specification both inside and out but one of the standout features is the fine carpentry work. In short this is a very special property and without question one of the best detached character properties that you will see in this price bracket locally!

LOCATION - The property is set within the forever popular and traditional Broadwaters area of town. Before being absorbed into urban Kidderminster, Broadwaters was once a village in its own right with the park its main focal point then as today with its spacious lawns, pool and restored mill wheel. In conjunction with Wyre Forest District Council the park is also managed as part of an ongoing community project by The Friends of Broadwaters, who have helped with the development of the park and the ongoing maintenance by attracting funding and volunteer work. There is also a website - www.friendsofbroadwaters.blogspot.co.uk - which gives a valuable insight as to the works and indeed regular well supported community events to which the park plays host. The old village is also nicely characterised by its Victorian Church discreetly located along Chapel Hill which serves Pitt Street. In addition to Broadwaters Park itself the area has yet more open green space within a short walking distance in the form of Springfield Park and pool also providing access to the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal providing pleasant towpath walks to Wolverley/Kinver etc in one direction or a scenic route back towards Sainsbury's and Kidderminster town centre in the other. Kidderminster town centre itself is approximately 1.5 miles distant.

Please see the additional photos giving a general aspect of Broadwaters Park which is just moments' from the house!

This lovely family home is eminently capable of serving a wide variety of family uses and needs and affords extremely well presented accommodation is afforded to comprise:-

PORCH

with two down-lighters and door to:

WET ROOM/WC

with UPVC double glazed window to side elevation, ladder style chrome towel radiator, low level flush wc, hand wash basin and mixer shower.

DINING KITCHEN

18' 9'' x 11' 11'' (5.72m x 3.63m)

[max 3.01m/9'11" min] having a feature part bolted ceiling incorporating twin roof lights plus eleven down-lighters, two sets of French doors to rear elevation opening to the gardens, traditional style central heating radiator, comprehensive range of both wall and base mounted kitchen units with worktop surfaces over, having inset five-burner gas hob, built-in electric oven, island unit with granite top incorporating a breakfast bar overhang and also having inset Belfast style sink, integral dishwasher, integral washing machine.

SITTING AREA

10' 2'' x 10' 0'' (3.09m x 3.04m)

with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed French doors to side elevation opening to outside and square arch giving open plan access to:

LIVING ROOM

17' 10'' x 11' 8'' (5.43m x 3.55m)

with two central heating radiators, UPVC double glazed window to front elevation, door to front elevation opening to outside and lovely Inglenook style fireplace with log burning stove (not tested).

DINING ROOM

10' 3'' x 10' 1'' (3.12m x 3.07m)

[including chimney breast] with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed bay window to front elevation and feature recessed chimney breast.

FIRST FLOOR LANDING

with central heating radiator and doors to:

BEDROOM ONE

13' 11'' x 11' 10'' (4.25m x 3.61m)

with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to front elevation and built-in over-stairs cupboard/wardrobe.

BEDROOM TWO

8' 3'' x 7' 3'' (2.52m x 2.22m)

with central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation.

BEDROOM THREE

10' 2'' x 10' 1'' (3.09m x 3.08m)

with central heating radiator, UPVC double glazed window to side elevation and door directly leading to:

BEDROOM FOUR

10' 2'' x 10' 1'' (3.09m x 3.07m)

[max in to alcove] with central heating radiator and UPVC double glazed window to front elevation.

BATHROOM

10' 1'' x 6' 0'' (3.08m x 1.83m)

with UPVC double glazed window to rear elevation, ladder style chrome towel radiator, low level flush wc, hand wash basin and Period style roll top bath with 'Mira' electric shower over, built-in airing cupboard.

OUTSIDE:

The property stands back from the kerbside behind a low maintenance rockery style foregarden flanked by a tarmacadammed gated driveway providing off road parking and access to:

DOUBLE GARAGE

18' 10'' depth x 15' 3'' ave. tapered wall (5.75m x 4.65m)

with remote controlled electric door, light and power points, window to side elevation and personal door also to side elevation giving direct access to and from the gardens.

GORGEOUS LANDSCAPED REAR GARDENS

with slate patio from where steps rise to a very attractive rockery surround before meeting extensive lawns. The gardens are also home to a vast variety of shrubs and specimen trees plus, from the top of the garden, there are fine distant views!

Arrange viewing 01299 488543

Phipps and Pritchard - Stourport

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