Stour Hill, Wilden Lane, Stourport-On-Severn

£399,950

Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 5
Looking For Something Different? How About This Spacious Five Bedroom Detached House (Formerly A Pair Of Cottages) Situated Approx 200 Yards Off Wilden Lane In Around 0.8 Acre Of Well Established Gardens Surrounded By Woodland With A Great Degree Of Privacy And Range Of Useful Outbuildings. Lots Of Potential And Only Five Minutes Drive From Town.

* 30' Living Room

* Rear Lounge

* Open Plan Dining Room & Kitchen

* Utility & Guest Cloakroom

* Parking For Numerous Cars

* Scope To Convert Outbuildings

Hall

3.30m x 1.68m (10'10 x 5'6 )

Living Room

9.32m x 3.30m (30'7 x 10'10 )

Dining Room

3.73m x 3.30m (12'3 x 10'10 )

Kitchen Area

5.33m x 1.93m (17'6 x 6'4 )

Lounge

5.56m x 3.73m (18'3 x 12'3 )

Conservatory

3.53m x 3.18m (11'7 x 10'5 )

Utility Room

2.34m x 2.29m (7'8 x 7'6 )

Guest Cloakroom

1.47m x 1.42m (4'10 x 4'8 )

Bedroom One

5.44m x 2.69m (17'10 x 8'10 )

Bedroom Two

3.61m x 3.33m (11'10 x 10'11 )

Bedroom Three

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

Bedroom Four

2.67m x 2.62m (excl wardrobes) (8'9 x 8'7 (excl

Bedroom Five

3.35m x 1.63m (11'0 x 5'4 )

Bathroom

2.62m x 1.96m (8'7 x 6'5 )

This spacious five bedroom detached property comes to the market having been occupied by the present owner for the last forty seven years, the original pair of cottages converted to create a large family home in a most secluded though not entirely isolated position, having one other neighbouring property adjacent.

The property stands approx 250 yards off Wilden Lane in an elevated plot of approx 0.8 acre, most of which has been planted with a great number of shrubs and trees amidst the sloping lawns which are bordered by adjacent woodland without being at all overlooked.

It is understood that the site was once part of a quarry, and indeed the original weighbridge office will be seen when driving up the lane towards the house.

The property is thought to originally date to the early 1800sprovides good scope for general updating and re-planning, with the further benefit of a range of useful outbuildings to include two brick/block store rooms with doors and windows, these being linked by two timber covered storage areas. There is potential to improve and convert the outbuildings to possibly provide annexe accommodation and/ or home office space, subject to the necessary local authority approval.

Approached over a shared private road, the property has it's own lengthy driveway with a generous parking/ turning area which could accommodate numerous vehicles.

The accommodation within benefits from upvc double glazing, solid fuel central heating plus mains electricity and water. Drainage is to a septic tank shared with the neighbouring property.

The ground floor accomodation provides extensive living space with the entrance hall giving way to a huge living room, over 30' in length, which could easily convert to two separate rooms if preferred.

From here a sliding door leads through to the lounge, enjoying a pleasant aspect looking through to the conservatory which enjoys a delightful outlook over the gardens. The lounge also has a feature fireplace with a 'Parkray' solid fuel stove which fires the central heating system.

The kitchen has a range of wall and base cabinets with contrasting work surfaces, sink unit and wood laminate flooring, the kitchen area opening out into the dining room which has an ornamental feature fireplace.

There is also a rear entrance lobby with adjacent guest cloakroom and utility room.

To the first floor there are five bedrooms, the largest measuring almost 18' in length.

In addition there is a bathroom with wall and floor tiling, chrome heated towel rail and suite comprising panelled bath, pedestal hand basin, wc and cubicle with Redring electric shower.

The gardens are a wonderful feature of the property, surrounded by woodland and stocked with a large variety of shrubs and trees. From the conservatory, a wide paved patio terrace provides delightful views whilst a series of concrete or paved paths lead past a greenhouse, sheds, chicken run and ornamental pond down to a sloping lawn interspersed by specimen shrubs.

Council tax is payable to Wyre Forest District Council, rated as Band F.

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