Milson, Kidderminster


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  • Bedrooms: 3
This extremely spacious 3 double bedroom detached bungalow extending to approximately 2000 square feet sits in a lovely rural setting in the village of Milson surrounded by beautiful Shropshire countryside. The bungalow enjoys a large garden extending over acre that includes excellent driveway parking and a large garage. Accommodation benefitting from double glazing and oil fired heating briefly includes: Reception Hallway, Cloakroom, Large Living Room with wood burner, Dining Room, Kitchen, Utility Room, 3 oversized Double Bedrooms, En-suite Shower Room and House Bathroom. EPC D

Milson is a small rural village with a church, approximately 3.5 miles is Cleobury Mortimer where a better range of facilities can be found and 5.5 miles to the popular town of Tenbury Wells.

Recessed Porch

Front door with matching side windows opens into a

Spacious Reception Hall

Having coving, access to roof space with drop down ladder, door into airing cupboard housing the insulated hot water cylinder and shelving.


Having window to frontage, wash hand basin with large vanity cupboard and a wc in white.

Large Living Room

7.80m x 4.26m (25'7 x 13'11 )

Having coving, window to rear side and two sets of sliding doors out onto the large rear garden. There is a feature fireplace with oak beam over, flagstone hearth and a clearview multi-fuel stove fitted.

Dining Room

4.23m x 3.03m (13'10 x 9'11 )

Has window to side and coving.


4.56m x 3.09m (14'11 x 10'1 )

Has window to frontage, coving, ceiling down lighters, a range of matching units with cream coloured fronts, heat resistant work surfaces, 1 bowl stainless steel sink unit. The kitchen has planned space for a cooker, dishwasher and fridge freezer.

Large Utility Room

6.00m x 2.42m (19'8 x 7'11 )

With window to frontage and stable door to rear side, units match that of the kitchen and have heat resistant work surfaces, stainless steel sink unit, space and plumbing for washing machine, dryer and further appliance. Door into the boiler cupboard housing the Firebird oil fired boiler which heats domestic hot water and radiators.

Bedroom 1

5.00m x 3.10m (16'4 x 10'2 )

Has coving, window overlooking the lovely rear garden and across one wall an excellent range of fitted wardrobes, hanging rail and extensive shelving.

En-suite Shower Room

2.80m x 1.80m (9'2 x 5'10 )

Having window to rear, suite in white of bidet, pedestal wash hand basin, wc, corner shower cubicle with Triton shower fitted and extensively tiled walls.

Bedroom 2

4.87m x 3.93m (15'11 x 12'10 )

Has coving, window to frontage with this lovely view over farmland.

Bedroom 3

4.87m x 3.34m (15'11 x 10'11 )

Has coving, window to rear and again across one wall an excellent range of fitted wardrobes.

Family Bathroom

Has window to frontage, extensively tiled walls and a suite that includes bidet, wc, wash hand basin with large vanity cupboard, panelled bath with electric shower over.


The property sits in a slightly elevated spot and tarmacadam driveway leads up to the bungalow and provides parking for numerous vehicles. Off the driveway an up and over door opens into the large garage having window to frontage and access into roof space. Gardens with the property sit on all four sides and have a mature hedge to front elevation aiding privacy. The front garden is laid to lawn and interspersed with shrubs and trees, lawn then continues along the side of the bungalow to a large rear garden having a paved seating area off the double doors in the living room, well established and mature flowering borders, a couple of steps then onto the main area of garden which is laid to lawn again with central border feature, mature deciduous hedging to both side and rear elevations aiding privacy backing onto a field. The top section of garden as a selection of mature trees and again in the main is laid to lawn, with a useful composting section. Sitting to other side of the bungalow there is a greenhouse, garden shed, log store and a paved terrace with raised vegetable beds that include soft fruits and rhubarb.


Mains electricity, mains water, private drainage, telephone and broadband to BT Telecom regulations. Windows and doors are double glazed and oil fired heating to radiators.


The property is Freehold

Local Authority

Shropshire Council


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