Mendip Road, Halesowen

Guide price

Bedrooms: 4
A superb family home in a prestigious Halesowen address. This property, on the popular Squirrels estate, offers fantastic extended spacious accommodation for a growing family. Ideally located for good local schools, transport links, local shops and amenities.

The layout in brief comprises of entrance porch leading through to the hall. The hall offers access to living room, kitchen, ground floor w.c. and stairs leading to first floor with very handy under stairs storage cupboard. The living room is front facing and benefits from the feature bay window and gas fire place, with double doors leading through to the extended dining room. The dining room offers views out to the garden which can be accessed via the patio doors. Also located at the rear of the property is the kitchen with built-in microwave, oven, fridge, dish washer and four ring burner with extractor, utility which also offers storage and a door leading out to the rear garden.

Upstairs is a pleasant landing with airing cupboard and loft access, two good sized double bedrooms both benefiting from built in storage. bedroom three is also a good sized room with additional built-in storage cupboard, a fourth bedroom and the house bathroom.

Externally is a tarmac drive with block paved edging and front garden and garage. To the rear is a low maintenance garden with multiple seating areas, lawned area, summer house/shed. AF 29/11/23 V1 EPC=C


Halesowen lies approximately 7 miles from Birmingham City Centre and is just minutes away from junction 3 of the M5 motorway, giving access to the greater motorway network all around the West Midlands. The History of Halesowen stems back as far as the Anglo Saxons and it was listed in the Domesday Book as being larger than Birmingham. It forms part of the southern edge of the Black Country and during the industrial revolution it became synonymous with nail and screw making, an industry that still survives to a lesser extent today. Despite its proximity to the Black Country it still retains areas of beauty. Leasowes Park is thought to be one of the first natural landscaped gardens in England. Also within easy access is The National Trust Clent Hills, golf course and Hagley Country Park. Certain areas of the town have retained a certain number of Victorian houses but further development during the 1960 s and 70 s saw the building of several large housing estates. It has a number of highly sought after primary and secondary schools. Whilst Halesowen no longer has a train station of its own, the Worcester to Birmingham line passes along the northern edge of its boundary and the stations of Cradley Heath, Old Hill and Rowley Regis are all within a few miles of the town centre. Halesowen's bus station is a busy interchange and a regular service runs to Birmingham City Centre.


Via tarmac drive with bloc paved border and mature front garden.


Via double glazed door and double glazed windows to side, main door leading into hall.


With ceiling light, access through to living room, kitchen, w.c. and stairs to first floor with walk in under stairs cloaks cupboard.

Living room

4.0 max x 3.5 max (13'1 max x 11'5 max)

Double glazed bay window to front, ceiling light, wall lights, feature gas fire, central heating radiator, access through to extended dining room.

Dining room

5.2 max x 3.5 max (17'0 max x 11'5 max)

Extended at rear with double glazed patio door and window out to rear garden, wall and ceiling lights, decorative coving, central heating radiator.


2.6 max x 4.2 max (8'6 max x 13'9 max)

With double glazed window to rear, ceiling light, central heating radiator, tiled floor, pull out breakfast bar, range of matching wall and base units, built in electric oven and microwave, four ring gas hob with extractor, fridge, dishwasher, aluminium sink and drainer.


2.5 x 1.7 (8'2 x 5'6 )

Located off the kitchen, double glazed window and door, tiled floor, decorative coving to ceiling, spotlights, wall units with work top, space for washer and dryer.

Downstairs w.c.

Double glazed window, ceiling light, half panelled walls, low level flush w.c., wash hand basin and cupboard.

First floor landing

Ceiling lights, loft access and airing cupboard.

Bedroom one

3.4 max 3.6 max (11'1 max 11'9 max)

Double glazed window, ceiling light, ample built in wardrobes, central heating radiator.

Bedroom two

3.4 max x 4.4 max (11'1 max x 14'5 max)

Front facing double glazed window, ceiling light, walk in wardrobe, central heating radiator.

Bedroom three

2.6 max x 2.7 max (8'6 max x 8'10 max)

Double glazed window, ceiling light, central heating radiator.

Bedroom four

2.9 max 2.8 max (9'6 max 9'2 max)

Double glazed window, ceiling light, central heating radiator, walk in wardrobe.

Shower room

Double glazed window, ceiling spotlights, laminate floor, tiled walls, shower unit, low level flush w.c., wash hand basin and light up cabinet, heated towel radiator.

Rear garden

A flat garden with slabbed patio/seating area, side access gate to front, lawned area with mature borders, summer house, shed and centralised slabbed seating area.


5.1 x 2.4 (16'8 x 7'10 )

Up and over door to front and power, side door to rear garden, in eaves storage area.


References to the tenure of a property are based on information supplied by the seller. We are advised that the property is freehold. A buyer is advised to obtain verification from their solicitor.

Council Tax Banding

Tax Band is E

Money Laundering Regulations

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01214 391297

Lex Allan Grove

18 Hagley Road, Halesowen, West Midlands

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