Titton, Stourport-On-Severn


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 3
An Attractive Semi-Detached Double Fronted Country Cottage In Generous Gardens With Plenty Of Scope For Improvement And Extension, Subject To Planning Consent. Available With No Upwards Chain.

* 21' Garden Room Which Adjoins Kitchen

* Living Room With Replica Log Burner & Exposed Beams

* Sitting Room

* Two First Floor Double Bedrooms

* En-Suite WC To Master

* Ground Floor Bedroom/ Study

* Shower Room

* Large Side Garage 16' x 15' (max)


2.69m x 1.80m (8'10 x 5'11 )

Sitting Room

3.68m x 3.56m (max) (12'1 x 11'8 (max))

Garden Room

6.58m x 3.20m (21'7 x 10'6 )

Bedroom Three/ Study

3.12m x 2.92m (10'3 x 9'7 )


3.68m x 3.33m (12'1 x 10'11 )

Shower Room

2.64m x 1.98m (8'8 x 6'6 )

Living Room

Bedroom One

4.27m x 3.66m (max) (14'0 x 12'0 (max))

En-Suite WC

1.27m x 1.12m (4'2 x 3'8 )

Bedroom Two

Side Garage

5.00m (l) x 4.62m (max)/ 3.25m (min) (16'5 (l) x

Garden Store

3.61m x 1.42m (11'10 x 4'8 )

Forge Cottage is a most attractive, double fronted semi-detached cottage situated in a picturesque country lane setting at Titton, just off the A4025 Worcester Road, approximately one and a half miles from Stourport-on-Severn with easy access to Worcester and the motorway network.

Having been occupied by the previous owner for many years, the property is now available to purchase with the benefit of vacant possession upon completion, having huge potential for modernisation and possible extension, subject of course to the necessary planning consent.

Situated within the fork of two converging lanes, there is gated vehicular access to an old pre-fabricated single garage (approx 17' x 8') whilst a further substantial garage (16' x 15' max) adjoins the side of the house having clear potential to build over. Furthermore the grass verge alongside the property is understood to lie within the property boundary, providing useful extra space for off road parking.

The accommodation within benefits from LPG fired central heating and a mixture of both upvc and wooden framed double glazed windows, a number of which are backed by secondary glazing panels.

The cottage stands in generous gardens with the front lawn hosting a number of mature fruit trees, whilst to the rear is a gravelled patio area with two oramental ponds, gateway to the lane and sizeable garden area beyond which includes a conifer-hedged screening area to conceal the LPG tank, plus miniature poly tunnel and greenhouse with specimen magnolia tree in the centre of the garden.

A tiled canopy connects the rear of the house to a useful brick built store, with a 'friendship' gate having provided purely informal historic use between the neighbours with no formal right of access existing here.

The accommodation within the cottage offers considerable potential for updating and re-planning. The front porch gives way to an entrance hall with useful understairs cloaks cupboard.

Leading off the hall to the right is a sitting room with stone built corner fireplace with log burner and glazed double doors leading through to the large rear garden room.

To the left of the hall is a delightful living room with tiled floor, exposed timbers to ceiling and attractive brick fireplace with replica gas log burner.

The rear kitchen also has a tiled floor and is fitted with a range of white painted wall and base cabinets with integral Electrolux electric oven, gas hob, full height crockery cupboard, door to rear porch and further door to an inner lobby which has an in-built airing cupboard and gives way to the shower room and side garage.

The kitchen has a pair of glazed doors leading through to the 21' garden room which features wooden wall panelling throughout and two bow windoows plus central window all looking out to the rear garden. With a little imagination this could possibly be combined with the kitchen to create a stunning and incredibly spacious kitchen/ family room measuring over 30' in length.

To the end of the garden room double doors return to the sitting room, whilst a further door opens into a third bedroom or study, having exposed ceiling timbers and small window to the rear elevation.

The shower room features full wall tiling and is fitted with a low level wc, pedestal hand basin and shower cubicle with mixer shower, also featuring a wall mounted electric heater and extractor fan.

The side garage is of very good proportions, measuring 16'5 in length x 15'2 max width, tapering to 10'8 width at the point of access with electric roller shutter door, two light windows to rear plus plumbing for an automatic washing machine.

The first floor is approached via a staircase from the entrance hall, having half-landing before rising to the first floor landing area, with doors off to two double bedrooms, the larger of which benefits from a useful corner en-suite wc with hand basin.

Forge Cottage provides a rare opportunity to create a spacious family home with generous South facing rear gardens, all within easy reach of town. A convenience store is situated approx 200 yards away, whilst Hartlebury Common is located just a little further down the road.

Viewing is essential to fully appreciate the potential on offer.

Mains electricity and water are both connected, with council tax payable to Wychavon District Councuil rated as Band D.

Arrange viewing 01299 400555

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