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Baldwin Road, Stourport


Guide price

  • Bedrooms: 4
APPROACH AND GENERAL INFORMATION If a spacious family home with great accommodation and parking, super garden, yet is literally minutes from the town, is what you are after, then add this to your wish list to view! You won't be disappointed.A unique and impressive detached residence, with some grandeur about it, is situated along a driveway to small cul de sac. Rose Cottage was rebuilt and extended around sixteen ago. Not a great deal of the original old cottage building remains. However it was built in 1833. History states that it was a workhouse. Certainly as it is offered for sale today, it is a super property truly worthy of a visit! Boasting hand crafted Oak double glazed windows, doors and frames, Oak fitments in the bathrooms, oak spindles and balustrade on the hand crafted staircase, with oak and mahogany kitchen units. This home is certainly distinctive both inside and out.In more detail the property has a great driveway for parking several vehicles, an enclosed south facing mature garden with privacy, courtesy part walled and part wooden fencing. Three reception rooms, one with wood multi fuel burner, (although a gas point is in situ should you prefer the ease of a gas fire) Two ground floor cloakrooms, situated at either end of the house. A well equipped utility, breakfast kitchen and two porches. One being covered whilst the other is fully enclosed. Perfect for coats and shoes for instance. To the first floor are four bedrooms, the master having en suite facilities and family bathroom. A new Worcester Bosch boiler was fitted earlier this year and benefits the latest Wave technology. (controllability from your phone wherever you may be) The garage has been sympathetically converted into a smashing sitting room and a porch has been added providing a pleasant reception area and storage.A delightful family home whereby internal inspection is a must, to appreciate what lies within. Block paved driveway affording parking for several vehicles, boat, caravan or motor home. Access to side storage area, perfect for logs etc. There is room here for a small shed. Access can be made via the driveway into the porch. PORCH Attractive front door leads into porch having ceramic tiling to the floor, wall mounted gas and electric cupboards, inset ceiling spot lights and power points. Wooden double glazed door allows access into hall. HALLWAY Partially glazed door to front elevation, ceiling light point, ceramic tiling to floor, radiator and mains operated smoke alarm. CLOAKROOM TWO Ceramic tiling to floor, ceiling light point, wall mounted extractor fan, wall hung wash hand basin and concealed cistern w.c suite. RECEPTION TWO Formerly the garage. Having wall mounted Worcester Bosch gas combination boiler, which provides the central heating and hot water requirements for this property. Ceiling light point, radiator and two front facing windows. UTILITY ROOM 11' 10" x 7' 1" (3.61m x 2.16m) With a good range of units to wall and base with the latter boasting complimentary roll edge working surface over. Inset single bowl and drainer unit having mixer tap over, partial tiling to walls providing splash back, space below for several electrical appliances. Ceramic tiling to floor, wall mounted extractor fan, radiator, inset ceiling spot lights and radiator with TRV. INNER RECEPTION HALL Ceramic tiling to floor, hand made oak balustrade on stairs rising to the first floor accommodation, two ceiling light points, radiator with TRV, mains operated smoke/fire alarm with battery back up, extremely useful understairs storage with lighting, with further walk in storage cupboard. Wall mounted Wave technology thermostat. RECEPTION ONE 19' x 11' 9" (5.79m x 3.58m) An impressive room with the focal point being a large brick built fireplace with oak beam mantel and slate hearth. Inset multi fuel burner(gas point in situ), side and front windows with French doors opening to front patio, again maximizing the amount of natural lighting into the room, five wall light points, two radiators, television and telephone points and laminate flooring. KITCHEN 12' 1" x 11' 4" (3.68m x 3.45m) Two windows to front elevation with side stable door, thereby affording an abundance of natural lighting into this room. Hand crafted kitchen units in oak with mahogany inlay, extensive range of wall, base and drawer units with rolled edge working surface over, inset five ring gas hob unit, with integrated extractor fan over, integral eye level double electric oven, inset single drainer sink unit with mixer tap over, partial tiling to walls providing splash back, inset ceiling spot lights, radiator with TRV, space and plumbing for dishwasher, with space for further electrical appliances and ceramic tiling to floor. Space for small dining table. CLOAKROOM ONE Ceiling light point, extractor fan, radiator, partial tiling to walls and ceramic tiling to floor, concealed toilet cistern and wall hung wash hand basin. DINING ROOM 11' 6" x 9' 10" (3.51m x 3m) Laminate flooring in a light oak colour, front facing window, enjoying the views over the garden. Inset ceiling spot lights, television aerial point, telephone point and radiator with TRV. FIRST FLOOR AND LANDING Stairs rising from the ground floor to spacious galleried landing with beautiful hand crafted oak spindles and balustrade. Rear facing window allowing in an abundance of natural light onto landing and of course stair well. Three ceiling light points, mains operated smoke alarm, radiator, large double door cupboard with excellent storage facility, access to roof void. MASTER BEDROOM 18' 4" x 11' 7" (5.59m x 3.53m) Great size room with good natural lighting. Laminate flooring, radiator with TRV, television aerial point, four wall light points, French doors to front elevation, ideal for creating a balcony subject to permission. Door to en suite. EN SUITE Vinyl floor tiles, heated towel rail, side facing window, wall mounted shaver point, inset ceiling spot light, wall light point, extractor fan, shower cubicle having shower off hot water system, with bi folding door, partial tiling to walls, providing splash back. Vanity sink unit with cupboard under and concealed cistern wc suite. BEDROOM TWO 12' x 10' 8" (3.66m x 3.25m) Front facing window, television aerial point, radiator with TRV, laminate flooring, two ceiling light points and inset spot light. BEDROOM THREE 13' 2" x 7' 9" (4.01m x 2.36m) Laminate floor covering, television aerial point, radiator, inset ceiling spot light, ceiling light point and front facing window. BEDROOM FOUR 10' 6" x 9' 3" (3.2m x 2.82m) Radiator, ceiling light point, wall light point, laminate flooring and front facing window. FAMILY BATHROOM Full complimentary suite comprising: vanity sink wash hand basin with storage below, panelled bath with centre mixer shower tap, concealed cistern w.c suite, partial tiling to walls providing splashback, double width shower cubicle with mains shower and rainfall shower head. Window to side elevation, wall mounted extractor fan, shaver point, heated towel rail, laminate floor covering and inset ceiling spot lights. OUTSIDE A fully enclosed garden mainly laid to lawn with well stocked beds and shrubs to boundaries. There is outside lighting, water and power supply. Several patio areas, pergola and covered area. All garden lies to the front of this property. USEFUL ADDITIONAL INFORMATION The property is believed to be freehold although this will need to be verified with solicitors. All mains services are connected to the property. Nothing has been checked and therefore Hayden Estates suggests that if potential purchasers have any doubt they should seek independent advice on those. The Council tax banding is believed to be E and is payable to Wyre Forest District Council. Please note that all measurements are approximate and measured to the maximum. Therefore do not rely on the sizes if purchasing furniture and carpets etc. Please also note nothing has been tried and tested and therefore Hayden Estates advise that any such items requiring examination are so inspected by qualified technicians. A telephone line is installed at the property and is subject to the usual transfer regulations. Broadband is available. There is free view available in all of the bedrooms. A must for the children one would say!! The heating is provided by gas to radiators throughout the house. Waste collections are by bin and are emptied with recycling on an alternating weekly collection. Stourport has long had connections with the river Severn and the canal network. Many narrow boat lovers will have spent memorable time here within the marina area which is one of the largest in Europe. Although the boat building industry has long since disappeared there are lots of other things to see. The basin is one of the largest inland water ways in the country and many different canal barges and boats moor here. The tow path is just a stones throw from the house and a short cut into town. Many new homes have been built and buildings converted around the canal and river, which is good for the town. Indeed Stourport has one of the country's largest inland basins.Several schools in and around the area for both Primary and Secondary education. All are quite accessible with private and church schools readily available also. Kidderminster has a college too. Buses do run regularly for transport. The town boasts supermarkets, chemists, eating houses, dress shops, doctors' surgeries, a well respected rowing club, cricket and tennis club, butchers and bakers, dryer cleaners, newsagents, suit shops, dentists, hairdressers and other general shops. Stourport is ideal if you can spend an afternoon browsing. On the edge of some stunning countryside too and you don't have to travel far to enjoy it! Within a couple of miles drive is Kidderminster, once the capital throughout the world for its carpet manufacturing industry has survived the decline of this major employment and business and diversified into a thriving town. Old buildings which were in times gone by, full of workers and a hive of activity had fallen into disrepair. Now they have been brought back to life to provide us with some history and a new generation of occupants and usage. The canal was used for the transport of goods and fuel for these large factories, yet now provides the back drop for the eating houses and shops etc which nestle beside the water. Many visitors will use the waterways on their narrow boats which are navigable between Kidderminster, Wolverley, Stourport and Birmingham. Change has happened yet the town is bustling again with vibrant appealing shops and eating establishments. Never far away from grand scenery and wide open spaces. The Wyre Forest boasts wonderful wildlife and many miles of footpaths. For those football fans amongst us, there is the Kidderminster Harriers ground should you wish to support a local club. There is a train station in Kidderminster, which provides a service to Birmingham, London and Worcester and beyond which is ideal if one works in the city. For larger supermarket shopping and large choice etc, Kidderminster Town Centre has Tesco, Sainsbury's, Asda, Aldi and Morrison's; with many more top high street stores. There is a small cinema and leisure facilities as well as a wide selection of eating houses. There are two main retail parks just off the town centre which have varied larger stores with good parking facilities too. Bewdley is a quaint Georgian riverside town growing in stature from its trade from the Severn to the present day, supplemented now by the many visitors who come to Bewdley from all over the world to discover the architectural history of the area. Ideal location for commuting, with a good road network to M5, M6, M42, Birmingham and Worcester all within travelling distance. As we have already mentioned the Kidderminster railway station provides good frequent travel. The golden age of steam can be enjoyed at the Severn Valley Railway, which is adjacent to Kidderminster main station. This railway has stations alongside the river Severn in Bewdley, Arley and Bridgnorth. Several events are hosted by them throughout the year and draws hoards of visitors to the town. These include the Santa Special and 1940s weekends. Many films have been staged on the platforms. The West Midlands Safari Park is on the outskirts of Bewdley with many endangered features. The park has featured on mainstream television. The Wyre Forest with its wildlife and pathways is ideal for the avid walker and is to be found right on the doorstep. This really would make an ideal home for a growing as there is excellent space on offer. FIXTURES AND FITTINGS No items unless stated within these particulars will be included in the sale. However, certain items may be available by separate negotiations with the vendors. VIEWINGS Strictly through the selling agent. However, we are able to make viewing appointments at any reasonable time. Please ring Hayden Estates on 01299 405062 to arrange an appointment. Alternatively email Linda@hayden-estates.com For security purposes full contact details are requested. DIRECTIONS From Vale Road enter the Gilgal. Proceed in the left hand lane of the one way system. Continue to the Island taking the first left into Hartlebury Road signposted for Hartlebury. Take the first left and continue to the mini roundabout. Take the first left again into Baldwin Road. Turn left into Baldwin Gardens a short way along on the left and the property will be found on the right.

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