- Block viewings commence on Saturday 13th between 11.00 - 13.00
- Beautifully presented and contemporary
- Three bedroom detached property
- Contemporary kitchen / dining room
- Built-in kitchen appliances & Utility room
- Living room with feature gas fireplace
- Downstairs cloakroom
- Master with en-suite shower room
- Modern family bathroom
*** Block viewings commence on Saturday 13th between 11.00 - 13.00 ***
A beautifully presented and contemporary three bedroom detached property with garage situated within a popular residential estate on the Hartlebury side of Stourport.
The entrance hall, with downstairs cloakroom, leads to the contemporary kitchen / dining room having grey wall and base units with solid oak work surfaces that incorporates a breakfast bar and separate matching oak dining table, 1 & ½ bowl kitchen sink and drainer with pull down hose tap, four ring gas hob, extractor over, dish washer, building in microwave and a NEFF fan assisted electric oven. There is an understairs storage cupboard and access to the utility room with a continuation of the wall and base units with solid oak work surface over, plumbing for a washing machine and tumble dryer and a entrance door to the rear garden.
The living room has a feature fireplace with a gas fire inset and patio doors to the conservatory which enjoys lovely views of the garden.
To the first floor is a spacious master suite with built-in double wardrobes and access to an en-suite shower room. There are two additional bedrooms and a contemporary family bathroom with a mains powered shower over the "P" shaped bath.
A lovely well stocked garden enjoys a good level of privacy with a formal patio area to the side of the conservatory and to the rear of the garden a raised wooden decked area with a Pergola and a fantastic summer house, with power, making this the perfect outside living space that the whole family can enjoy.
To the side of the property is a spacious garden utility area and access to the garage.
To the front of the property is a block paved driveway with additional gravelled area providing off road parking for up to three vehicles and leading to the detached single garage, which is tucked away at the side of the property, accessed via an up and over door with power and light, overhead storage and pedestrian door leading to the garden.
Stourport-on -Severn is the only town in Britain built solely as a consequence of the canals. The hamlets of Arley Kings, Burlish, Lickhill, Upper and Lower Mitton, Titton and Wilden probably date back to Doomsday book times but it was here that James Brindley built the Staffordshire and Worcestershire Canal to link the River Severn with the Trent and Mersey around 1766. After Birmingham, Stourport was then the busiest inland port in the Midlands.
The property is also in the catchment area for Stourport High School & 6th Form College and Wilden All Saints' CE Primary Academy